Public Engagement

  • Faculty


    Paula Stuttman (M.F.A., New York University) Educator/Visual artist. Selected exhibitions include HOTdog, Naked Duck, E-Tay Gallery, Trans Hudson, Site Simpatico, Rosenberg Gallery, Washington Square East, Queens Museum, Studio 7, Catskill Art Society (New York) Loyola University, 1935 Gallery (Chicago) 11th Hour Gallery, Museum of Fine Arts (Boston) Centro De Difusion Cultural Del I.P.B.A (Mexico) and Whitstable Satellite Biennale (UK with Matthew Swift). Recipient of a 2013 grant from The Puffin Foundation and a 2013 Part-Time Faculty Development Grant from The New School for Public Engagement for “no/Dreams of Yorba Linda,” (an ongoing series of paintings). She works as a museum educator in multiple programs at the Whitney Museum, the Jewish Museum and the Museum of Modern Art. She is currently working on 2 projects at MoMA:“Talking together_” that explores what it is we share when we talk about art together and “Drawing is a way of thinking” that uses mark making as a way of understanding works on display in the museum.

    Courses Developed and Taught:
    4 Artists: Beuys, Bourgeois, Richter and Warhol 
    12 Contemporary Artists
    Andy Warhol: The Man, The Myth, The Work 
    Art of the 1960s and 1970s
    Contemporary Art
    Intro to Museum Studies
    Pop Art
    Pop, Minimalism and Conceptual Art
    Six Painters: Lichtenstein, Martin, Neel, Pearlstein, Riley, Warhol 
    What do we share when we talk about art together? Methodologies in Museum Education



    Current Courses:

    Contemporary Art

    Contemporary Art (Open Campus)

    Museum Studies: Intro (Spring 2020)