802-635-1496 | Sean.Clute@jsc.edu
Sean Clute holds an M.F.A. in Electronic Music and Recording Media fro Mills College. Sean’s work has been presented internationally at venues such as The Kitchen, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, the Museum of Natural History, REDCAT Theater, Umspannwerk Kreuzberg (Germany), Shabla Solar Eclipse Festival (Bulgaria) and the Autonomous Mutant Festival.
Since 2003, Sean has served as co-artistic director of the intermedia performance group Double Vision. He also is director of MARS (Media Arts Research Studio) at Johnson State.
Professor 802-635-1315 | Kenneth.Leslie@jsc.edu
Ken Leslie holds an M.F.A. in painting from the University of Pennsylvania and has received numerous honors and awards for his work, including fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Vermont Arts Council. He has taught painting and drawing at Johnson State College since 1984. In recent years, he has gained acclaim for his circular “Arctic Cycle” paintings of city panoramas that follow the sun as it moves across Iceland.
Assistant Professor 802-635-1360 Mary.Martin@jsc.edu
Mary Martin received her Ph.D. in art history from the University of Iowa. Her dissertation covered legal issues in African art. She specializes in art history and the legal and ethical issues in the art world, from theft to censorship.
802-635-1359 | John.Miller@jsc.edu
John Miller holds an M.F.A. from the Visual Studies Workshop at SUNY Buffalo. His photographic work documenting life in Vermont as well as projects documenting travel in Italy have received widespread acclaim.
Assistant Professor 802-635-2356 Michael.Zebrowski@jsc.edu
With a master’s degree in architecture from the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan, Michael Zebrowski has held academic positions at the Rochester Institute of Technology, the University of Buffalo, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Morgan State University, the Maryland Institute College of Art, and Mississippi State University. His work explores art, architecture and science through the lens of “material culture” — the physical objects, artifacts and spaces used by people to define their culture.