Michael Johnson

Professor, Art and Art History

Michael Johnson, professor of sculpture, has been an exhibiting artist for more than a decade, with work in solo and invitational exhibitions across the United States, and in Slovakia and Japan. Venues for his exhibits have included Seattle Art Museum; OPUS Project Space, in New York city; The Aronof Center, in Cincinnati; Masur Museum, in Louisiana; Martin Museum, in Texas; Delaware Center for Contemporary Art; Delaware Art Museum; Grounds for Sculpture, in New Jersey; Gallery Gerulata, in Slovakia; and Izu-Kogen Art Museum, in Japan. Johnson received a Fulbright Fellowship in 1995 to lecture and work at the Academy of Fine Art and Design in Bratislava, Slovakia. He served as an executive member of the board for the International Sculpture Center in Hamilton, New Jersey, for six years. Johnson has been working on a project tentatively titled “Mapping: The Effect of Time, Place and History as it Relates to the Contemporary Object.”

BFA University of Massachusetts 1992
MFA University of Cincinnati 1995
Principles of 3D Design ARTS 102-A 2228
Sculpture/Metal ARTS 265-A 2228
Intermediate Sculpture ARTS 355-A 2228
Advanced Sculpture ARTS 455-A 2228

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