Stephanie Robbins Thulin
Associate Professor of Art
Department of Contemporary Art and Theater
Teaches: Basic Photography, Intermediate Photography, Digital Imaging, Web Presence for Photographers, Image and Meaning, Time-Based Media, and other photography/computer imagery related courses.
Stephanie Robbins Thulin joined the Department of Contemporary Art and Theater in 2006 and is an Associate Professor of Art, a Coordinator of the Photography/Computer Imagery program, and the Enrollment Coordinator of Recruitment and Screening for the department. She is also an active member of the Society of Photographic Education (SPE). She holds a Master of Arts degree in Digital Arts and a Master of Fine Arts degree in Photography and Digital Imaging from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland.
Through the use of found imagery, photography, digital collage, video, sound, installation, and interactivity, her art practice is centered on the conflict between present reality and past memory, the importance of place, and the relationship between image, sound, and experience. Her work has actively been featured in solo exhibitions and numerous group exhibitions, both nationally and internationally. Recent exhibitions include: Fall Solos, Experimental Gallery, Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, Virginia; “Public/Private”, Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, Virginia; “Out of Place”, The Art Gallery, University of Maryland College Park, and the Smoke Gallery and Niagara Gallery in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.