Rod Crossman, M.F.A.
Professor of Art
Artist in Residence and Coordinator of Art Education Program
Rod is a artist/educator… his major interest are centered in helping young artist/designers find a way to blur the lines between their art and life and in so doing discover how their art can make the world a better place for others. His art focuses on a pastiche of painting, printmaking, installation and object making which is focused on intercessory social design.
His work has been featured in many of the most prominent museums and galleries including: Chicago Art institute, Ward Museum, Smithsonian, High Museum, Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Indiana State Museum, Academy Art Museum, New York Museum of Natural History.
He also loves to fly fish and spend time along trout streams and rivers.
MFA, Goddard College
BS, Indiana Wesleyan University
Beard Arts Center Office: 112