Christopher RudasillAssistant 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