Professor Clayton Allen

 

The CCM Faculty Spotlight for May 4, is Professor Clayton Allen, Department of Art and Design, who demonstrates throwing clay on a pottery wheel. It’s quite mesmerizing to watch and even more compelling to learn how to create and master the technique.  Among the classes Allen teaches during Fall Semester are (ART-132) Three Dimensional Art; (ART-228) Sculpture; (ART- 241) Ceramics. Students may also take independent study classes with Allen.

Visit Titans Direct to learn about the art courses being offered during Summer Sessions and Fall Semester and prepare for tomorrow. Stay on course and register today!

Professor Keith Smith

Our May 5 Faculty Spotlight is Professor Keith Smith, an exhibiting artist, a published poet and author, and a distinguished lecturer.Heart Work by Keith Smith His artwork has been exhibited at The Museum of Modern Art in New York City, the Smithsonian Institute in Washington DC, The Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, Ohio, the New Jersey State Museum in Trenton, and the Morris Museum in Morristown, New Jersey.

Smith is the author and illustrator of “Mourning Sickness, The Art of Grieving,” published by Resurrection Press, a book about coping with the loss of a loved one and the journey through grief on the road to healing.  His interview with the Hallmark Channel is moving.

Apply to CCM and enroll in one of Smith’s classes: (ART 131) Color Theory; (ART 130) Two dimensional design;  (ART 219) Painting I.

Professor Hrvoje Slovenc

 

Professor Hrvoje Slovenc is the School of Liberal Arts faculty spotlight for May 6. 

After graduating from CUNY, Slovenc earned an MFA from Yale University School of Art. His photographs have been exhibited in dozens of shows nationally and internationally, and he has work in the permanent collections of the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago and the Museum of Arts and Crafts in Zagreb, Croatia.

“The point of education also is trying and failing, and through the process discovering more about yourself, ” says Slovenc.

View Slovenc’s Summer Sessions and Fall Semester classes and register today to begin capturing the world through your own lens.   

Keep Moving Forward. Register for Summer. Classes begin May 26. 

Todd Doney Painting Swamp NovProfessor Todd Doney

Professor Todd Doney is the School of Liberal Arts faculty spotlight for May 7. 

Doney’s resume includes one person shows at the Morris Museum in Morristown, NJ., Broadfoot & Broadfoot, Soho, NY, Gallery MacEgan, Morristown, NJ, the College of Saint Elizabeth, Morristown, NJ, New Jersey City University, and at the Brickton Art Gallery, Park Ridge, Illinois. Learn more about Doney’s illustrious background. 

“It’s rewarding when somebody learns from you,” Doney says, “and students provide you with fresh artistic perspectives as well.”

Doney will be teaching (ART -237) Watercolor Painting in the Summer Sessions. During Fall Semester he will be teaching the following courses: (ART 102) Intro to Computer Fine Art; (ART 122) Drawing I; (ART 123) Drawing II; (ART 124) Figure Drawing; (ART 230) Portfolio and Presentation; (ART 237) Watercolor. 

Dr. Calvin Hoy

 

The School of Liberal Arts  also includes the Department of Sociology, Economics, and Anthropology where Dr. Calvin Hoy has been teaching for 31 years at CCM.  Hoy rounds out the “quar-ART-ine” faculty spotlight on May 8.  

Hoy holds a M.A. and a Ph.D. from Columbia University and a B.A., from Montclair State University. Hoy authored a book entitled “A Philosophy of Individual Freedom” published by Greenwood Press. He also co-authored a book on business mathematics and has published a variety of articles in periodicals on economics.

In the Fall Semester 2020, Hoy will be teaching (ECO 211)  Macroeconomics and (ECO 212) Microeconomics. 

Keep Moving Forward and Apply Today at CCM!  Be sure to register for Summer Sessions and Fall Semester 2020!

Professor Stephen Longo