APH 2400 syllabus 2013 zwoman

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James Pearson Duffy Department of Art and Art History 150 Art Building • Detroit, MI • 48202 • 313.577.2980 • art.wayne.edu APH 2400, Marilyn Zimmerman AKA Professor Zimmerman AKA Professor Zimmerwoman AKA Professor Z Marilyn Zimmerman received a Master’s of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, studying with Ken Josephson, Joy Neimanas and Robert Heinecken. She is an Associate Professor in the Department of Art and Art History teaching photography and performance. Born in Gary, Indiana, she has a lifelong investment in Black Cultural Studies, is a peace educator influenced by Lillian Genser, and incorporates the teachings of social justice activist Grace Lee Boggs into her classes. She confluences these commitments as an Artist in Residence at the Center for Peace and Conflict Studies. Several of her classes are cross-listed with the Center for Peace and Conflict Studies and the Dept of Art and Art History. A social documentary photographer, performance artist, curator and peace educater/activist, her work is based on cultural research, autobiographical documentation, the victorious framing of the aging of women, and re- envisioning the urban environs. She is an internationally active artist whose work is in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, England. Most currently her collaborative film, CENSORIOUS, on the thirty years of women’s art that has been censored, will be featured at the Arts and Society Conference in Budapest, Hungary in 2013. Professor Zimmerman Office Hours: Room 4341, by appointment.  Email courtesy requires: Stating your name and exact class you are taking, using formal  addressing such as “Dear Professor Zimmerman,” explanation of absences due to illness, asking  a question that is more personal. Asking about assignments is a collective concern and is to be  addressed in class. Be respectful of time and boundaries and use email only in personal, extreme  and unusual circumstances. Guidelines for emailing a professor:  
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Department of Art and Art History Syllabus Template – p.2 [email protected] [email protected] , 248-506-6094 cell Nathaniel Smalls, Teaching Assistant, graduated from CCS with a BFA and is currently an MFA Candidate at WSU. He has extensive commercial photography  experience, digital technology experience, and studio and environmental  lighting experience. He is a 10 year veteran of the Federal Law Enforcement Agency of the  USA, and a 16  ½  year veteran of the Detroit Law Enforcement. On the day he retired he became  a graduate student in photography embarking on the “second adulthood stage” of re-envisioning  his identity and future. He is a member of the DPPA, PPA, and ASMP. He works commercially  as a photographer nationally. He exhibits his fine art photography nationally and is currently 
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