Reflections Magazine Issue #54 - Fall 2000 - Page 13

Students and faculty alike have praised the benefits of experiencing other cultures and viewing art otherwise seen only in textbooks. The fruits of this research will be exhibited in January in “O Pelourinho! Popular Art from the Historical Heart of Brazil”at the Canadian Museum of Civilizations in Ottawa. Faculty Deborah Danielson M.F.A., University of Wisconsin, Madison A faculty member since 1990, Deb Danielson teaches all levels of photography. This fall, she also is teaching printmaking and twodimensional design. She works primarily in large and medium format photography and has started incorporating digitization and computer manipulation into her images. In her recent solo exhibition in Klemm Gallery, titled “Roadside Attractions and Fireproof Women,” she used landscape, still life and figurative elements to integrate fantasy and invention into scenes from the natural world. She also has exhibited her work recently in Toledo, OH and Amarillo, Texas. Peter Barr Ph.D., Boston University Art historian Peter Barr joined the faculty in 1997. He teaches a variety of art history courses such as Language of Art, Ancient to Medieval Art, and the History of Photography. He is also director of Klemm Gallery, and has organized exhibitions at Siena Heights such as “Lou Jones: Final Exposure—Portraits from Death Row” and this year’s “Postmodern Heretics? The Catholic Imagination in Contemporary Art.” His article, “Berenice Abbott’s ‘Changing New York’ and Urban Planing Debates in the 1930s,” will be published in The Built Surface (Ashgate Press). He has done extensive research in the history of photography and the work of Berenice Abbott. Joe Bergman M.F.A., Pennsylvania State University As a member of the Studio Angelico faculty since 1973, Joe Bergman has taught two and three dimensional design, drawing and printmaking. Presently, he teaches graphic design and digital imaging and works predominantly in digital media. His art work has been exhibited throughout the United States. Recently, he spent the winter 20