Gonzaga University | 502 East Boone Avenue | Spokane, WA
99258-0102 | (800) 986.9585
Art Dept Chair
Gonzaga University Art Department AD Box 003 Spokane, WA 99258
Phone: (509) 313-6718
Office Hours Fall 2015--Tue. and Wed. 11-12, Fri. 11-1, or by appointment
B.A., University of California, Santa Cruz (Art History and History)
M.A., University of California, Berkeley (Art History)
Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley (Art History)
Dr. Parker teaches art history courses
on a range of topics, including women artists, modern and contemporary art, and the history of photography.A scholar of modern art (late 18th-20th
c.), she has published articles on nineteenth-century French painting in French Cultural Studies and the SECAC Review.She recently completed a book manuscript
on the late nineteenth-century French painter Fernand Cormon.
For information about the new minor in art history, contact Dr. Parker or the Art Dept. Faculty Assistant Laurie Hitchcock (email@example.com).
B.F.A. in printmaking from the Art Academy of Cincinnati in 1989. M.F.A. in printmaking from the University of Cincinnati in 1995. Has taught drawing and printmaking at Gonzaga since 1995. Farrell received the Scholar of the Year award from the University(2001), Artist Trust Fellowship in Washington state(2000), Artist Trust Gap Grant in Washington state(2000, 1997). Her work is in many private and public collections including the Portland Art Museum, The City of Seattle Art Collection, The Jundt Art Museum in Spokane WA, and the China National Academy of Fine Arts, Hangzhou, China.
15205 N. Shady Slope Rd. AD Box 3 Spokane, WA 99208
Phone: (509) 981-9916
Office Location Jundt
Tues, Weds noon - 2pm
BFA Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA. Adjunct Faculty, Design & Ceramics, Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA. Management Committee and participant for Inland Crafts, juried craft sale and exhibition. Represented in numerous galleries in the Pacific Northwest and private collections. Maintains studio in home. Visit her website at http://www.ginafreuen.com
Gieber remains on the Study Abroad faculty for the Art Department. A Master of Art degree and the terminal MFA degree in the Fine Arts was received from the University of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa in 1983, with studio emphasis in ceramics and drawing and a concentration in art history. Gieber currently has two commercial art galleries featuring his work in Coeur d'Alene, ID; and one site in Oregon. Studio work has been presented in more than 150 Exhibitions throughout the United States since coming to Gonzaga in 1983. Corporate collections include H&R Block, Aquila Energy Corporation, Firestone, Blue Cross-Blue Shield, Utilicorp United, West One Bank, IFTC, American Investors Financial, and several others. Visit his website at http://www.gieber.com