Marlene B. Seidman currently teaches at Savannah State University in the areas of Fine Arts and Humanities, including courses in Photography, Color & Composition, and Book Arts. Upon completion of her MFA at Visual Studies Workshop in association with SUNY Brockport, she served as the Business Manager of the not-for-profit organization and publication Afterimage, The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism. She also holds a M.Ed in Creative Arts in Learning from Lesley University in Cambridge, MA, which emphasized training in multicultural education and a BFA from SUNY at Buffalo, in photography with a minor in English. In her own work, she is focused on the relationship between media literacy and artistic practice. Through photographic artists’ books, and mixed-media installations she works to express theories of gender, race, cultural history, and systems of representation as a way to give voice to personal narratives and enhance an understanding of collective experiences.
MFA, Visual Studies - State University of New York College at Brockport
MEd, Creative Arts - Lesley University
BFA, Fine Arts - University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
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