Faculty & Staff
Visiting Assistant Professor, Visual Artsmatthew.email@example.com Main Hall 36
Matthew Holben is an artist, printer, designer, and teacher.
Holly Van Buren received her MA in critical studies of film and television at the University of Southern California and teaches media studies, film history, and screenwriting at Wagner College. She is the co-author of the book TV Finales FAQ: All That’s Left to Know About the Endings of Your Favorite TV Shows, which provides analysis of the most famous (and infamous) television series finales.
MA University of Southern California
Emily Zuch received her BFA from Maryland Institute College of Art in 2008, and her MFA from New York Studio School in 2011. She has received grants such as the Fulbright Fellowship and Hohenberg Award, and has attended residencies including Yaddo, Jentel, and Kimmel Harding Nelson, among others. Emily currently teaches at Wagner College, Pratt Institute and Borough of Manhattan Community College.
MFA New York Studio School; BFA Maryland Institute College of Art
With a background in mold-making and life-casting, Andrew Francis’ recent work cups itself within the logic of industrial production. Taking up the form of objects like cheap plastic masks, dirty socks, and reflective screens, it attempts to become “more real” by merging back into the field of consumer debris that orbits each of us. Andrew has participated in exhibitions at Mother Gallery, Klaus Von Nichtssagend Gallery, The Hand, La Mama La Galleria, and Valerina Gallerina. He has been awarded artist residencies at the Lighthouse Works on Fishers Island, NY, and the Hurleyville Maker’s Lab at the Center for Discovery in Hurleyville, NY.
MFA Virginia Commonwealth University; BFA The Cooper Union
Robert Geronimo completed his BA at Wagner College, while interning at Marvel Comics in New York City. He later received an MFA in illustration from FIT and an MA in Art History from Brooklyn College. Robert has given lectures and workshops at several universities, and currently lives in New York City where he teaches illustration and art history at Wagner and Brooklyn College.
Ada Goldfeld graduated from the dual-degree program between the School of the Museum of Fine Arts and Tufts University, receiving a BFA in studio art and a BA in art history and religion. In 2018, she completed an MFA in painting at the Rhode Island School of Design. Her current studio is based in Ridgewood, NY. In addition to teaching at Wagner, Goldfeld instructs classes at the New York Art Studio and Bergen Community College.
MFA Rhode Island School of Design; BA Tufts University; BFA School of the Museum of Fine Arts