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Artists in Residence

The Artist Residency program invites internationally acclaimed artists, designers and scholars to engage with the College of Arts, Media and Design. The residents work with the Northeastern faculty, students and staff and communities in the surrounding neighborhoods of Boston.

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CAMD Dean's Research Fellows

The College of Arts, Media and Design (CAMD) Dean’s Research Fellowship is a one-year faculty appointment awarded to faculty members conducting research and creative activity in the areas of creativity, communication and collaboration, and in support of the greater Northeastern 2025 vision. Fellows are selected by the Dean and placed into interdisciplinary research teams that represent key strategic themes of the college.

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Design and Creativity Lab

Events featuring and hosted by the Dean's Research Fellows from the College of Arts, Media and Design.

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Food for Thought: A Faculty Lunchtime Colloquium

Food for Thought is a lunch & discussion series featuring the critical creative practices within the College of Arts, Media and Design. Our faculty, by probing at the frontiers of an array of creative disciplines, are committed to models of inquiry that emphasize both ‘thinking as making’ and ‘making as thinking.’ Critical creative practice refers to a constellation of contemporary cultural forms encompassing art, media, design, and architecture. Faculty curators of this series have been: Brooke Foucault Welles, Matthew McDonald, John Wihbey, Meryl Alper and Cammy Brothers.

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Neighborhood Matters

Neighborhood Matters is a lunchtime series that celebrates the ways in which community groups have shaped the neighborhoods surrounding the Northeastern campus. This series is co-curated by the Northeastern Center for the Arts and the Archives and Special Collections at the Northeastern University Library.

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Public Art Initiative

Northeastern’s Public Art Initiative was launched by President Joseph E. Aoun in 2014 in order to provide stu­dents, fac­ulty and staff access to public artists' work from around the world. Artists are invited to treat the "campus as a can­vas,” to create compelling site-specific artwork throughout campus for the entire North­eastern com­mu­nity to expe­ri­ence.

About the Center

Based in the College of Arts, Media and Design, Northeastern Center for the Arts’ mission is to make creative expression integral to the Northeastern experience. We are an inclusive, multi-disciplinary center that brings the diversity of arts to life at venues around campus and across Boston—inspiring students to think creatively and expanding cultural awareness in our community.

 

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Bree Edwards

Director, Northeastern Center for the Arts


Thomas Vannatter

Program Coordinator, Northeastern Center for the Arts

 

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Psyche Loui

Assistant Professor, Music

The neuroscience of music cognition, musical perception, pitch problems, singing, tone-deafness, music disorders and emotional impact of music and the voice, comprise much of Psyche Loui’s research and work. What happens in the brain when we create music? What gives some people a chill when they are moved by music? Can music be used to help with psychiatric and neurological disorders? These are questions that Loui tackles in the lab. Director of the MIND Lab (Music, Imaging and Neural Dynamics) at Northeastern University, Loui has published in the journals Current Biology, Journal of Neuroscience, Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, NeuroImage, Frontiers in Psychology, Current Neurology and Neuroscience Reports, Music Perception, Annuals of the New York Academy of Sciences, and others. For her research on music and the brain, Loui has been interviewed by the Associated Press, CNN, WNYC, the Boston Globe, BBC Radio 4, NBC News and CBS radio, and the Scientist magazine.
Loui graduated the University of California, Berkeley with her Ph.D. in Psychology (Specialization: Cognition, Brain and Behavior) and attended Duke University as an undergraduate graduating with degrees in Psychology and Music and a certificate in Neuroscience. She has since held faculty positions in Psychology, Neuroscience, and Integrative Sciences at Wesleyan University, and in Neurology at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School.

www.psycheloui.com

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https://camd.northeastern.edu/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/PsycheLouiCV.pdf

Doug Bielmeier

Associate Teaching Professor, CAMD- Music Industry

Dr. Bielmeier is an Associate Teaching Professor in Audio Recording and Production, at Northeastern Universities’, Department of Music – College of Arts, Media and Design with a doctorate in education and over 15 years of experience teaching music, audio engineering and music technology at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Bielmeier was formerly a freelance engineer in Nashville, TN and has fifteen years proven success as a studio and live sound engineer. Dr. Bielmeier’s live sound work has included working at the Kennedy Center, In Washington D.C., and sound for Vice President Joe Biden. Dr. Bielmeier was the designer and studio manager of the C.L.E.A.R. Lab recording studio at the Purdue School of Engineering Technology.Dr. Bielmeier is an Associate Teaching Professor in Audio Recording and Production, at Northeastern Universities’, Department of Music – College of Arts, Media and Design with a doctorate in education and over 15 years of experience teaching music, audio engineering and music technology at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Bielmeier was formerly a freelance engineer in Nashville, TN and has fifteen years proven success as a studio and live sound engineer. Dr. Bielmeier’s live sound work has included working at the Kennedy Center, In Washington D.C., and sound for Vice President Joe Biden. Dr. Bielmeier was the designer and studio manager of the C.L.E.A.R. Lab recording studio at the Purdue School of Engineering Technology.

Dr. Bielmeier’s papers on audio education, circular design, and music proficiency in media programs have been published internationally in the Audio Engineering Society Journal, The Art of Record Production Journal and the Journal for Media Education. As a researcher, Dr. Bielmeier strives to understand what skills and competencies aspiring engineers need to develop to be successful in the audio industry. Dr. Bielmeier explores the relationship between audio education and industry, DIY circuit building for self-directed instructional methods, and high resolution/multichannel recording via the internet.

Doug Bielmeier creates commercial drone and experimental electronic music tailored for boutique audiences and media. His 2017 release of “Betty and the Sensory World” on Ravello Records explores his technique of Windowing, which deals with the manipulation of found sound files by the stretching and compression of time, sample rate, bit depth, and window size. The layering and temporal placement of these windows create larger sonic landscapes for the creation of new musical works divorced of the source context. Bielmeier’s music has been described as, “hypnotically static yet ever moving within itself,” and not having, “a feeling of minimalism per se so much as an organicity of internal presence that rivets the listener through a natural world kind of difference and sameness in dialectic balance,” by Grego Applegate Edwards of Classical-Modern Music Review. Also, The Midwest Record explains Bielmeier’s music as “drone work that’s meant to shake you out of your shell of complacency.”  His love of combining technology and music was first cultivated while studying with composer Robert Carl (student of Iannis Xenakis) at the Hartt School of Music in the late 90s. In fact, Bielmeier’s music has been described as an extension of Xenakis’s early electroacoustic tape pieces.  As an advocate and practitioner of electronic music, Bielmeier has written several pieces that have been performed internationally including: The Circuit Bender’s Ball in Nashville, TN; The Brooklyn Arts Gym in Brooklyn, NY; The Art of Digital Show in San Diego, CA; The Illinois International Film Festival in St. Charles, IL; The Florida Electroacoustic Music Festival in Gainesville, FL; June in Buffalo in Buffalo, NY, and The Muse Gallery, London, UK. Though a loyal student of acoustics and technology, Bielmeier searches for the meaning and expressive quality sometimes ignored in electronic music.

 

https://www.dougbielmeier.com/

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https://camd.northeastern.edu/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Bielmeier_CV.pdf

Paul Buckley

Adjunct Faculty (Part-Time Lecturer), Department of Music (CAMD)

Paul has spent the past 30 years working on multiple stages within the Music Entertainment and Music Products Industry. Throughout his career he’s worked in broadcasting (WFNX and WXRV), ran his own record label (Lunch Records), was the founding member of the bands Orbit (A&M Records) and Dear Leader (PiaS Records), as well as spearheaded marketing for First Act Guitars, and is currently the Vice President of Marketing for inMusic.

Paul has executed marketing and entrepreneurial marketing programs with VW, Ford, Disney, Nickelodeon, Maroon 5, Paul Oakenfold, and Tiesto.

Besides being a performer, a marketer, and an entrepreneur, Paul is twice winning Boston Music Award recipient as a professional drummer and had the privilege of studying drums with the great Be-Bop legend Alan Dawson.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/buckleypaul1/

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https://camd.northeastern.edu/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Paul-Buckley_CV_Northeastern_University.pdf

Jana Cephas

Assistant Professor of Architecture and Urban Design, Architecture

Jana Cephas is a designer and historian who studies the effects of large socio-economic forces on cities, how technology and technical thinking mediate the encounters between people and places, and how labor practices interface with the totalizing effects of architecture. Jana analyzes both ordinary and critical spatial practices to recover the knowledges transmitted through the bodies and buildings of urban environments. In her current book project, Fordism and the City, Jana deploys these frameworks to examine the agonism structuring Fordism and urbanization in early twentieth-century Detroit.

Jana is also the founding director of Studio Plat, a geospatial research and development practice that examines the past, present, and future of cities. Studio Plat’s mission is to support communities of urban change makers in part by helping mission-driven organizations make cities better places to live, work, and play, and by making urban research available and accessible to the broader public. Jana’s urban design work has built upon these themes by integrating scholarship and practice to produce innovative and lively urban spaces, such as the St. Joseph Rebuild Center, a disaster recovery center in New Orleans that was awarded a 2009 Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence and the 2009 NCARB Prize for the Creative Integration of Practice and Education.

Prior to coming to Northeastern, Jana was a Postdoctoral Scholar in the Society of Fellows at the University of Michigan. She holds a Ph.D. in Architecture and Urbanism from Harvard University, an M.Arch. from the University of Detroit Mercy, and was the 2011 Critical Studies Fellow at Cranbrook Academy of Art.

https://janacephas.com

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https://camd.northeastern.edu/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/CEPHAS-cv-180801-Northeastern.pdf

 

 

Katherine Chan

Assistant Professor of Music, Director of Choral Arts, Music

Australian conductor Dr. Katherine Chan is known for her energy and enthusiasm both on and off the podium. Chan is the Director of Choral Activities and Assistant Professor of Music at Northeastern University. She directs the Northeastern Choral Society Choir and Chamber Singers, and teaches courses in conducting, fundamental theory and class piano. Prior to Northeastern University, Chan was the Director of Choral Activities at the University of Wisconsin-Superior.

A highly innovative and collaborative artist, Chan performed Faurs Requiem semi-stage in 2015, with singers from the Minnesota Chorale and librettist Michael Dennis Browne. Chan has assisted choral-symphony projects with Kathy Saltzman Romey and Minnesota Chorale. In the 2017-2018 season, she was invited to direct Minnesota Chorale’s holiday program: A Christmas Fantasia, and was a guest conductor at the MN Chorale’s family concert: Global Harmony. Actively involved and associated with many choral organizations in the Twin Cities, Chan also serves as the assistant conductor for The Summer Singers, and a clinician for civic and school ensembles.

Over the years, Chan has presented and performed at prestigious international festivals. In 2010, Katherine was a presenter at the Australia National Choral Association’s Choralfest and in the same year, was awarded the Sydney Symposium Choral Foundation’s Fifth Choral Conducting Scholarship. In 2011, she was invited to participate in the conducting master class with Maestro Helmuth Rilling at the Oregon Bach Festival. In 2012, Chan continued to be a conducting scholar under the tutelage of Maestro Rilling, conducting at the Taipei Bach Festival (J.S. Bach’s St. Matthew Passion) and then at Hong Kong SingFest (Great Mass in C Minor by W.A. Mozart, Levin Edition). She was selected in 2015 to participate in the national conducting master class with John Nelson at the ACDA National Convention and National Conductors’ Symposium (2016) conducting master class with Jon Washburn and the Vancouver Chamber Choir. In 2017, Chan was selected as one of four conductors to advance to the national finals of ACDA Graduate Conducting Competition.

Chan holds a Doctor of Musical Arts in Conducting from the University of Minnesota (UMN), under the mentorship of Kathy Saltzman Romey and Matthew Mehaffey. While at UMN, she directed Campus Singers, and served as the Associate Conductor to the University Singers, Chamber Singers, Men’s Chorus and Women’s Chorus, and a teaching assistant for Undergraduate Conducting. She also helped lead the annual WomanVoice festival in Minneapolis, focusing on the power of collaboration between female choristers. Chan received a Masters of Music in Choral Conducting from the University of Washington, Seattle studying with Dr. Geoffrey Boers, and Bachelor of Music Performance & Pedagogy in Classical Piano, from the Queensland Conservatorium of Music, Griffith University. Other prestigious conductors Chan has studied and worked with include Weston Noble, John Nelson, Jeffrey Kahane, Matthew Halls, Simon Carrington, Edith Copley and Debra Shearer-Diri.

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University Choirs, Conducting, Fundamental Theory, Class Keyboard

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https://camd.northeastern.edu/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/KCHAN_CV_JUL2018.pdf

 

Jason Donati

Visiting Associate Teaching Professor, Art & Design

Jason is an award-winning animator, cinematographer, and his personal animated films have been showcased internationally at Festivals and conferences including SIGGRAPH 1999 & 2000, Ani Mundi 1999 (Rio De Janeiro, Brazil), Seoul Film Festival 1999 (Seoul, Korea) and ASIFA East 1999 & 2000. Donati is also a long-time member of ACM/SIGGRAPH as well as the Association Internationale du Film d’ Animation (ASIFA East).

In 2007, Donati published his first book, Exploring Digital Cinematography: An Introduction to the Essential Concepts and Technologies of Digital Cinematography, with Cengage Learning.

Jason has an M.F.A. from Rochester Institute of Technology and a B.F.A. from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

Most recently, Jason has taught courses in Textures, Lights & Rendering and Special Topics in Games at Mount Ida College.

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https://camd.northeastern.edu/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/DonatiCV2018.pdf

Bree Edwards

Director, Northeastern Center for the Arts

Bree Edwards is Director of the Northeastern Center for the Arts, in Boston, MA. Her career in the curation, production and administration of contemporary art has included positions at the Asheville Art Museum in North Carolina and the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts at the University of Houston in Texas. She has been a Curatorial fellow at DeAppel Centre for Contemporary Art, in Amsterdam and a Susan Vogt Fellow with the Boston Consortium. 
 
Bree holds a degree from Goddard College, and a graduate degree from the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College. She has served served on the advisory boards of the Northeastern Public Art Initiative, The Aurora Picture Show, Western Carolina Media Arts Alliance, the Buffalo Bayou Partnership Public Art Committee, and the Blaffer Art Museum. She has served on numerous grant and award panels for organizations, including New England Foundation for the Arts (NEFA) Creative City, and the Houston Arts Alliance’s Civic Art + Design committee. She lives with her daughter and husband in Boston, MA.

Francesca Inglese

Assistant Professor, Ethnomusicology, Music

Francesca Inglese is an ethnographer, musician, and teacher who specializes in the global circulation of African and African American music and dance. Specifically, she is interested in black music and dance as vital sensorial practices that shape experiences of subjectivity, sociality, and place.

Her current book project is an ethnographic investigation of the parades and performances of contemporary Kaapse Klopse (Clubs of the Cape) in relation to “colored” racial identity, urban spatial politics, and heritage practice in post-apartheid South Africa. The dissertation (2016, Brown University), on which her book is based, received the Joukowsky Outstanding Dissertation Prize in the Humanities. She is currently working on several articles, including one on Michael Jackson impersonators in Cape Town and another on pantsula, a form of South African street dance and related fashion style.

Her research and writing have been supported by the Mellon Foundation, the American Association of University Women, the Society for Ethnomusicology, the Ruth Landes Memorial Research Fund, the Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women, and International Affairs at Brown University. Her work has been published in the Journal of the Society of American Music and African Music amongst others. As a violinist, she has studied, taught, and performed a diverse array of repertoire, including Baroque, jazz, and Carnatic music in India, Scotland, Iceland, and the United States. 

At Northeastern, she teaches courses on African and African American music & dance, ethnographic theory & methods, music & race, transnationalism, postcolonialism, and applied ethnomusicology with Boston’s diverse musical communities. She acts as a faculty consultant for Northeastern’s Honors Living Learning Communities program.

Before coming to Northeastern, she taught at Dartmouth College and Brown University.

 

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https://camd.northeastern.edu/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Inglese_CV_Updated.pdf

Jamie Locke

Part-Time Lecturer, Music

Jamie holds degrees in Music, Music Production, and Music Technology from Alma College, Berklee College of Music, and Indiana University.

Jamie grew up in southern Michigan in the area of Motown with a love for R&B and jazz music. Jamie traveled to Boston to attend Berklee where he fell in love with music technology and recording technology, majoring in Music Production and Engineering. After graduating, he found steady work as a recording engineer and worked with such Boston based acts as Aerosmith, Extreme, New Edition, New Kids on the Block, Mark Wahlberg and members of Boston and The Cars.

Jamie’s talents as record producer brought him to top studios in New York, Boston, Paris, Amsterdam, Toulouse and Billund Denmark, including The Hit Factory, Right Track, Soundtrack, Criteria, Masterdisk, Gateway, Bullet Sound Studios (Amsterdam), Studio Polygone (Toulouse). Jamie brings the perspective of being an internationally recognized engineer and producer to his students.

Jamie also found steady work recording film scores and advertising jingles for national advertisers. As an in-demand sound engineer, Jamie also provided live sound at The Center for Arts in Natick, where he provided front of house mixes for Paula Cole, Joan Osborne, Roger McGuinn, John Waite, Karla Bonoff, Jimmy Webb, Jonathan Edwards, Al Stewart, Poco, Melanie, John Hammond, The Persuasions, Tom Rush, Tom Chapin, and many others.

As an educator, Jamie has provided significant curriculum development, creating and teaching ten Bachelor courses in Mutlitrack Recording, Mixing, Post Production, Sound Reinforcement, and Music Production at The New England Institute of Technology.

Jamie spends equal amounts of time as an educator and a professional sound engineer and music producer.

When not in the studio or at a live venue, Jamie enjoys playing his Steinway grand piano.

www.jlockemusic.com

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https://camd.northeastern.edu/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Jamie-Locke-CV-Northeastern-University-bio.pdf

Mariano Gomez Luque

Lecturer, Architecture

Mariano is an architect from Argentina, a Doctor of Design Candidate at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, a Research Fellow at the Urban Theory Lab and the Office for Urbanization, and Editor of the New Geographies Journal. Mariano’s work investigates the intersections between architecture and capital in the context of the early 21st century. Mobilizing architectural theory vis-a-vis political economy, critical urban theory, and science fiction studies, Mariano’s current research inquires into the status of design thinking and praxis in an age characterized by pervasive financialization, planetary urbanization, rapid technological change, and anthropogenic dynamics. He holds a Master in Architecture degree (with Distinction) from the Harvard GSD.

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https://camd.northeastern.edu/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/MGL_CV_May-2018.pdf

 

Michael Arnold Mages

Assistant Professor, Art & Design

My research interests include developing a rich understanding of the ways that service design, technology and the material environment facilitate human conversation. I am especially interested in creating work that supports participants’ understanding of their own intersectional identity as a component of a conversation, and creating work that can support conversations that are difficult, or high-stakes, or where one or more participants are in a leveraged position.

During the past 3 years I have formed research partnerships and conducted projects with The City of Pittsburgh, The Heinz Endowments, The Environmental Charter School, The Office of Veterans Affairs (MyVA Communities), and the Obama White House initiative My Brother’s Keeper for Southwestern Pennsylvania. I have worked as a reseracher for Carnegie Mellon’s Program for Deliberative Democracy, and the Metro 21: Smart Cities Initiative.

Formerly, I ran a design consultancy specializing in strategically oriented design practice: research, communications analysis and planning, as well as UI design and development for web, mobile and web-based applications. Our clients included mid-sized regionally-oriented businesses, startups, universities, and Fortune 100 companies. I have taught research-informed design practice to students in business, computer science and fine arts at Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Colorado, the University of Denver, and the Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design, and now at Northeastern University. Past course projects have included consulting for identity system and branding for Case Logic, business process audit and redesign for the Denver Regional Transportation District, and an extensive experience audit and redesign of all customer-facing business processes for the Denver District Attorney’s office. Other clients have included Oracle, Seagate, The Denver Art Museum, The Denver Botanic Gardens, Celestial Seasonings.

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https://camd.northeastern.edu/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/MichaelArnoldMages_CV.pdf

Sercan Sengun

Visiting Assistant Professor, Art & Design

Dr. Sercan Sengun is a researcher, teacher, and game designer, exploring phenomena at the intersections of video game studies, gamer communities, cultural informatics, virtual identities, and interactive narratives. In the past, he conducted postdoctoral research as a part of MIT CSAIL (Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory), MIT ICE Lab (Imagination, Computation, and Expression Laboratory), and Qatar Computing Research Institute, and taught graduate and undergraduate game design courses at Bahcesehir University and Istanbul Bilgi University.

sercansengun.com

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https://camd.northeastern.edu/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/2-Sengun-CV-August2018.pdf

Seven Siegel

Lecturer, Art & Design

Seven Siegel is the Executive Director of Global Game Jam Inc. In addition, they are an Adjunct Lecturer at Northeastern University where they teach The Business of Games & Games and Society. Seven is deeply invested in charity and social impact, especially within the tech and games sector. In their spare time, they write case studies of real world business decisions to help games students learn and grow. On the weekends, they box. They hold an MBA in Nonprofit Management and Master of Public Policy from Brandeis University, and a Bachelors of Science in Game Design from Champlain College.

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https://camd.northeastern.edu/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Seven-R-Siegel-Resume.pdf

Joseph Skoniecki

Media Manager

Joseph Skoniecki is a senior at Northeastern University graduating in December of 2015. He is majoring in Digital Arts with a concentration in Animation as well as minoring in Graphic Design. Joseph is heavily influenced by Japanese culture and hopes to get his master over in Japan some day. When he isn’t working in the animation lab, he can be found running the streets of Boston training for his next marathon.

Thomas Vannatter

Program Coordinator, Northeastern Center for the Arts

Thomas Vannatter is the Program Coordinator at the Northeastern Center for the Arts, in Boston, MA. He has a background in visual arts that led to an internship at the Mattress Factory in Pittsburgh, PA, opening the door to his career in arts administration and his drive to help provide the necessary structures to support working artists.

His career in the arts has included positions at the Franconia Sculpture Park (MN), the Boston Center for the Arts (MA) and the Griffis Sculpture Park (NY). Thomas has a BFA in Sculpture from Indiana University, Bloomington and is a graduate of the Heinz College of Public Policy and Management at Carnegie Mellon University (PA) with an M.A. in Arts Management. He maintains a deep seeded love of power tools and coffee and enjoys exploring Boston by bike.

Emily Wettstein

Lecturer

Emily is a lecturer in Architecture and Landscape Architecture at both Northeastern and the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. With a background in art, documentation, and fabrication, she explores the overlaps among the built environment’s parallel disciplines. Her current work focuses on understandings of, and relationships to, hinterlands.

She has both Master of Architecture and Master of Landscape Architecture degrees from the Harvard GSD, where her thesis, NONSITE: Displacing Purgatory, was nominated for the James Templeton Kelley Prize. She holds a BA in Studio Art with a minor in Psychology from Lehigh University.

 

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With a background in art, documentation, and fabrication, she explores the overlaps among the built environment’s parallel disciplines. Her current work focuses on understandings of, and relationships to, hinterlands.

https://camd.northeastern.edu/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Emily_Wettstein_CV_071318.pdf