Senior Lecturer, Photography
Tamsen Wojtanowski (Senior Lecturer ) teaches studio electives and intermediate B&W darkroom. She is a fine art photographer, interested in where the medium of photography might overlap with painting, printmaking and installation. Tamsen’s work has been shown nationally and internationally in exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Vancouver, Paris, Brisbane, and Thessaloniki. She was a Fleisher Art Memorial Wind Challenge Artist in 2018, and The Silver Eye Center for Photography’s recipient of the Keystone Award for it’s Fellowship18, juried by Lucy Gallun, Assistant Curator in Photography, MoMA. Her work has been featured at Aint-Bad, and published in the Diffusion Annual and SELFISH Magazine. She collaborated with social scientist, Dr. Elizabeth Bishop for a forthcoming textbook, "Embodying Theory: Epistemology, Aesthetic and Resistance.", offered by Peter Lang Publishing. Tamsen is a founding member of the artist-run exhibition space NAPOLEON, started in 2011. She received her MFA from the Tyler School of Art, Temple University.