Christopher Rudasill

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Christopher Rudasill

Assistant Professor of Practice

M.F.A. (2000) Painting, University of Maryland at College Park
B.F.A. (1992) Painting and Printmaking Virginia Commonwealth University

Christopher Rudasill's work focuses on the possibility that art can improve teacher-student relationships (how the use of fine art methods in the regular education classroom can bring clarity to the learning environment) and better help students understand their individual purpose in the classroom and community, thereby improving the individual and group dynamics of the whole classroom. Rudasill uses an inquiry-based and group-oriented framework to facilitate this impact in the art methods classroom.

Areas of Expertise:

    Methods of Art Making
    Methods of Art Instruction

Professional Highlights

Honors and Recognition
(2005) Best All-Media All-Category, Fluvanna Heritage Trail Art Show(2005) Honorable Mention, Charlottesville-Abemarle Arts Association Juried Exhibition(2004) First Place, Charlottesville-Abemarle Arts Association Juried Exhibition(1999-2000) Distinguished Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Maryland at College Park
2013-present: Lecturer, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE2011-2012: Visiting Assistant Professor of Art, Doane College, Crete, NE2010-2011: Art Instructor, Elizabethtown Community and Technical College, Elizabethtown, KY2007-2010: Adjunct Instructor, College of Education and Human Development and Art Development, University of Louisville2003-2006: Art Teacher, Hollymead Elementary School, Albemarle County Schools, Charlottesville, VA2002-2003: Art Teacher, W.T. Woodson High School, Fairfax County Schools, Fairfax, VA2001-2002: Special Education Teacher, Graydon Manor Day School, Sterling, VA2000-2001: Adjunct Art Instructor, Mary Washington University, Fredericksburg, VA2000-2001: Adjunct Art Instructor: Germanna Community College, Fredericksburg, VA1999-2000: Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Maryland College Park, College Park, MD
Lincoln Arts Guild