Bridget Z. Sullivan

Professor, Director Interactive Media Design

Bridget Z. Sullivan

Contact Info

Phone:
Office:
Center for the Arts, Room 4023
Email:
Hours:
Weekdays by email appointment
or as posted on office door

Education

MFA Studio Arts, Towson University, Towson, MD

BFA Photography, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD

Areas of Expertise

Interactive media, UX and web design, graphic design, photography, and painting.

Biography

Bridget Z. Sullivan received her BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art and her MFA from Towson University. Since 2012 she has served as the President of Hamilton Arts Collective and as the Curatorial Director of Hamilton Gallery, a 501.3c non-profit art center located in the Hamilton-Lauraville Mainstreet commercial district in NE Baltimore. Sullivan has participated in group and solo art exhibitions since 1986 including exhibits at MaxGallery, School 33 Art Center, MAP, Load of Fun Gallery, Make Studio, and Jordan Faye Contemporary all in Baltimore, Maryland; Blackrock Art Center, Germantown, MD, Greenbelt Art Center, Greenbelt, Maryland; Adkins Arboretum, Ridgely, Maryland; Delaplaine Art Center, Frederick, Maryland; Ruby Art Collective, York Pennsylvania, and WomanKraft Gallery, Tucson, Arizona. On two occasions she has been selected to participate in the National Park Service Artist in Residency (AIR) Program– in Acadia National Park, Schoodic Peninsula, Maine and in Catoctin Mountain Park, Thurmont, Maryland. Sullivan has been awarded 2 Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist’s Grants, and her work has been featured in AfterImage: Inklight, and URHere Journal of Creative Geography. As an artist and educator Sullivan actively investigates and invents new methods of art making with contemporary tools.

 

Courses Taught

  • ART 365 Design for the WWW
  • ART 620 Graduate Typography
  • ART 641 Interactive Media: Concept & Theory
  • ART 610 Elements of WWW Design
  • ART 715 MFA Studio I
  • ART 765 Graduate Design for the WWW
  • ART 880 MFA Project