Associate Professor of Art, Printmaking, Drawing
Alfonso Corpus was born in Gary, Indiana, and received his master of fine arts degree in printmaking from Indiana University at Bloomington. Since 1980 he has taught printmaking and drawing at The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey in Pomona. Corpus has received the Distinguished Faculty Fellowship from Stockton College as well as awards from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, the Ford Foundation, and the Rutgers Center for Innovative Printmaking. He is represented by the Galeria La Mano Magica in Oaxaca, Mexico.
Assistant Professor of Art, Painting
Jacob Feige received MFA in Painting from Cranbrook Academy of Art. Feige's paintings have been shown at institutions such as Bellona Museum of Natural History, The Ultimate Painting with Gene Bernofsky films, Artist Space, the Cranbrook Museum of Art in Michigan, and the Brooklyn Academy of Music, and his art was included in the 2005 Daimler Chrysler Emerging Artist Award Exhibition.
Jacob’s work were featured in many notable publications including The New York Times, Frieze, Philadelphia City Paper, The Philadelphia Inquirer and BBC4 UK. [top]
Professor of Art, Visual Communications, Illustration
Michael McGarvey teaches Graphic Design and Illustration at the College. His teaching centers around visual communications for print, specifically typography and illustration, but also teaches computer animation. Michael McGarvey is a practicing graphic artist, designer and printer. He has lived in South Jersey and taught at Richard Stockton College since 1984, when he started up the Visual Communications program at the college.
An afficionado of old-fashioned printing presses and movable type, McGarvey collaborated in 2002 with Stephen Dunn, Professor of Creative Writing at Stockton College and a recent winner of the Pulitzer prize for poetry. Together they produced an elegant small book, “Beyond Hammonton: South Jersey Poems by Stephen Dunn, Wood Engravings by Michael McGarvey. [top]
Associate Professor of Art, Sculpture, Illustration
Jedediah Morfit received his MFA in sculpture from the Rhode Island School of Design, where he won the Award of Excellence, and the Dean’s Award for Graduate Teaching. His recent work can be seen in the exhibition “Standing On one Foot”, curated by Barbara O’Brian, and have traveled through the northeast into 2008.
As an illustrator and designer, Prof. Morfit’s editorial work has appeared in magazines as diverse as Forbes and MotherJones, and his commercial client list includes Microsoft, Coca-Cola, and Infinity Broadcasting. He received Print Magazine’s Award of Excellence in 2003, and was included in the textbook “Exploring Typography”. [top]
Professor of Art, Art History
Kate Nearpass Ogden has been a member of the Visual Arts faculty since 1991. In addition to teaching the required program courses Art History 1 and Art History 2 every year, she offers a variety of classes in American art, modern art, and the history of photography. Her newest passion is her course "Art of New Jersey" and its related website, "Art & Architecture of New Jersey".
Professor Ogden received her Ph.D. in art history from Columbia University, New York. Her research interests revolve primarily around 19th century landscape painting and photography. She has written catalogue essays for The Brooklyn Museum, The National Academy of Design, the Autry Museum of Western Heritage (Los Angeles), and the Butler Institute of American Art (Youngstown, Ohio). She has published articles in The Magazine Antiques, The Archives of American Art Journal, California History Magazine, Prospects: An Annual of American Cultural Studies, and others.
Professor Ogden has worked in the museum field, with her longest stint as a curatorial assistant and registrar at the International Center of Photography in New York City. At Stockton she advises most of the art history and arts management majors as well as other students in the visual arts. [top]
Assistant Professor of Art History and Archaeology
Associate Professor of Art, Visual Communications
Hannah Ueno has worked as a graphic designer in San Francisco and Tokyo before joining Stockton College. She teaches 3D Computer Modeling and Animation, Digital Imaging and Typography, Interactive Media with Flash. A fellow member of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, she received her MFA in Visual Communications from Washington State University, and B.F.A. from Nihon University College of Arts in Tokyo, Japan.
Her current project involves photo painting, 3d lenticular prints and game design. Hannah has been the recipient of numerous awards for both her graphic design and photography works including the Design Excellence Award from the American Institute of Graphic Arts. Her contemporary digital work is selected for various group exhibitions(juried), as well as included in corporate collections.
Distinguished Professor of Art, Photography
Wendel White was awarded a BFA in photography from the School of Visual Arts in New York and an MFA in photography from the University of Texas at Austin.
He has received various awards and fellowships including; New Works #13 En Foco Fellowship in Photography (2010); Artist Fellowship New Jersey State Council on the Arts (2009); Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts grant (2005); John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship in Photography (2003); and Artist Fellowship New Jersey State Council on the Arts (1993).
Professor White¹s work is represented in museum and corporate collections
including; The Museum of Fine Arts (TX); Museum of Contemporary Photography (IL); Haverford College (PA), Johnson and Johnson (NJ), The Paul R. Jones Collection of African American Art (DE), Haggerty Museum (WI), Chase Manhattan Bank (NY) and the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture (NY).
He has served on national board of directors for the Society for
Photographic Education (including three years as board chair). White served on the Kodak Educational Advisory Council and on boards for various cultural organizations in New Jersey; New Jersey Council for the Humanities, New Jersey Black Culture and Heritage Initiative Foundation, NJ Save Outdoor Sculpture, and the Atlantic City Historical Museum. Previously he taught photography at the Cooper Union School of Art, the School of Visual Arts, and International Center for Photography.He has served on national board of directors for the Society for Photographic Education (including three years as board chair). White served on the Kodak Educational Advisory Council and on boards for various cultural
organizations in New Jersey; New Jersey Council for the Humanities, New Jersey Black Culture and Heritage Initiative Foundation, NJ Save Outdoor Sculpture, and the Atlantic City Historical Museum. Previously he taught photography at the Cooper Union School of Art, the School of Visual Arts, and International Center for Photography. [top]
Adjunct Instructor of Art, Drawing, Painting
Adjunct Instructor of Art Hsitory
Adjunct Instructor of Art, Photography
Eileen Fell is a Philadelphia based photographer who has exhibited in the US and Germany. She holds a BFA from Tyler School of Art and a MFA from Maine College of Art.
Adjunct Instructor of Art, Sculpture, 3D Design
Jung Han Lee
Adjunct Instructor of Art, Drawing, 2D Design
Adjunct Instructor of Art, Drawing
Frank Kallop was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pa.and received his bachelor of fine arts degree from San Francisco Art Institute and his master of fine arts degree from the New York Academy of Art. He has been teaching at The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey since 2002. Kallop’s exhibition record includes several solo exhibitions as well as numerous group shows in galleries and museums. He works and resides in his studio in Linwood, New Jersey.[top]
Adjunct Instructor of Art, Graphic Design
Robert always loved to draw, paint, design and sculpt. His great Grandfather was an artist in Italy who worked reparing frescoes and other artwork. It was only natural that he wanted to develop his artistic talents. He attended Pratt Insittute in Brroklyn and graduated from Jersey City State Teachers College with a BFA in 1971. Getting a job in an ad agency directly after graduating, set his future course. Robert has worked for many top ad agencies, design studios and corporations. [top]
Adjunct Instructor of Art History
Anne Pushkal is an historian of Latin American art and culture. She has taught art history and history at the University of Pennsylvania and the Richard Stockton College. A former coordinator of Penn’s Latin American and Latino Studies Program, she recently spent several years as a research associate for the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s major loan exhibition, “Tesoros/Treasures: The Arts in Latin America, 1492-1820” which opened in Philadelphia in October 2006 and has since been shown in Mexico City and Los Angeles. She has researched Spanish and Portuguese colonial art in museums, churches and private collections in numerous Latin American countries, including a year in Guatemala City on a Fulbright-Hays grant. Currently she is completing her PhD dissertation on Christian images and political power in seventeenth-and early-eighteenth century Guatemala, and is developing an exhibition of twentieth-century Cuban photography. [top]
Adjunct Instructor of Art, Printmaking
Jill Sluka was born in Jersey City, New Jersey and raised in northern part of the state. Currently she resides at the Jersey Shore. Having attended school at Kendall College of Art and Design in Michigan and William Paterson Univesity of New Jersey, she holds a Fine Arts degree in both Printmaking and Painting. She received her Masters of Fine Arts degree in Printmaking and Book Art! s from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Jill's work has been presented in numerous Art Shows and Exhibition in New Jersey and Nevada in the United States as well as Internationally in Canada and Ireland. At just 26 years old Jill was recognized as an Emerging Artist by the prestigious Kearon-Hempenstall Gallery of Hudson County and continues to be represented by them today. [top]
Adjunct Instructor of Art, 2D Design, Drawing
Adjunct Instructor of Art, Photography
Adjunct Instructor of Art, Sculpture, 3D Design
Joe Winter was born and raised in Philadelphia, PA. He received his Master of Fine Arts Degree from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in 1986, and was awarded the William Emlen Cresson Traveling Scholarship from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in 1985. Joe is currently teaching at Richard Stockton College of New Jersey and The Moore College of Art in Philadelphia. His work is exhibited in Rome, West Africa, El Salvador and in collections throughout the United States, including the Philadelphia Zoo, the Disney Corporation, as well as numerous schools and churches.