Steve DiGiovanni Head, Drawing + Painting
BA University of South Carolina; MFA Maryland Institute of Art. Teaching: Sacred Heart University, Guilford Adult Education. Exhibits in New York and New England area.
Ann P. Lehman Head, Sculpture
BA Smith College; University of Florence; Cranbrook Academy of Art; Yale School of Art. Fifteen one-woman sculpture shows.
Harold Shapiro Head, Photography
New England School of Photography. Commercial and Fine Art Photographer. Exhibits widely.
Barbara Harder Head, Printmaking
BA Marymount College. Graduate work in Printmaking at Southern Connecticut State University. Teaching: Quinnipiac College, University of Bridgeport, Connecticut College, New London. Guest lecturer: Yale University Art Gallery and Fairfield University. Member of the Printmakers Network of Southern New England. Exhibits internationally and is represented in private, corporate and museum collections.
Gisela Noack Co-Head, Book Arts
Graduated from Chemieschule Ehlhard. Studied bookbinding, restoration and conservation of library materials with Jane Greenfield, Head of Conservation Department of Yale University Library.
Paulette Rosen Co-Head, Book Arts
BA in Arts and Media, Williams James College. Studied bookbinding with Gisela Noack and D. Ann Lindbeck. Teaching: local elementary schools and independent workshops. Exhibits in the Northeast.
Lucienne Coifman Co-Head, Fiber
Studied weaving with Mary Colton, Virginia West, and Nell Znamierovski. Teaching: Guilford Handcraft Center, Wesleyan Potters and Handweaver’s Guild of CT. Exhibits widely.
Jan Sacco Co-Head, Fiber
Studied basketry with Suzanne Douglas and Barbara Massone. Teaching: Guilford Handcraft Center and privately. Exhibits throughout Connecticut.
Connie Pfeiffer Head, Jewelry
MFA Rochester Institute of Technology; BS Southern Connecticut State University. Teaching: Rochester School of Arts Magnet, NY; Rochester Institute of Technology; Wesleyan Potters, CT. Founding member City Gallery a cooperative gallery on State Street in New Haven. Metals and mixed media sculptor maintains a studio in Chester, CT. Exhibits nationally.
Stephen Rodriguez Head, Pottery
Studied ceramics at Alfred University under instructors, Val Cushing, Robert Turner, and Wayne Higby. His work in porcelain and stoneware is inspired by and reflects classic forms in the history of ceramics, particularly in ancient Chinese, Korean, and Japanese pottery. He is a founding member of Gallery 12 in Guilford, a cooperative crafts gallery. Teaching: Wesleyan Potters and the 92nd Street Y in New York. Exhibits widely.
Phil Levine Co-Head, Young People’s Program
MA in Art Education from the University of Bridgeport. He has over 40 years of teaching experience and exhibits widely throughout Connecticut.
Nellie Shevelkina Co-Head, Young People’s Program
BA in Fine Art Education Institute of Fine Arts, Russia; MFA Textile Institute, Ivanovo, Russia. Parsons School of Design, New York. Freelance artist and teacher for over 10 years.