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Darryl Lauster, MFA
Assistant Professor of Art
Department of Art and Art History
College of Liberal Arts
My teaching philosophy is rooted in bringing innovative techniques and community centered opportunities to Intermedia art classes on the graduate and undergraduate level.
I encourage progressive strategies of using performance, sound, new media, video and web-based platforms as complements to the traditional material-based practice of sculpture. The interdisciplinary nature of my curriculum requires commitment to a broad humanistic understanding of philosophy, history, social sciences, cultural studies and mass media. I expect that my students will go on to validate my commitment to them by being both competent artists and complete citizens, with the latter being a pre-requisite for the former.