Carrie (Carolyn ) Fucile

Digital Art + Design Lecturer

Carrie Fucile

Contact Info

Phone:
Office:
CA 3103 U
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Hours:
Weekdays by appointment or by
hours published on office door.

Education

MFA Digital Art
Brooklyn College
City University of New York
Brooklyn, NY

Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Fine Art
Maryland Institute College of Art
Baltimore, MD

BA Art History with Studio Art
Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH

Areas of Expertise

Digital Art and Design

Biography

Carrie Fucile is an interdisciplinary artist who works with sound, installation, and performance. Her practice is primarily concerned with the psychological and historical aspects of geographical territory. She is known for producing sound by manipulating found objects and subjecting them to various technological processes.
Fucile has presented her work at numerous venues around the world including The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore; IA&A at Hillyer, Washington, DC; Vox Populi, Philadelphia; Casa Contemporânea, São Paulo, and the Director's Lounge, Berlin. As an avid traveler she has attended residencies at D'CLINIC in Zalaegerszeg, Hungary and World of CO in Sofia, Bulgaria and roamed extensively through Central and Eastern Europe engaging in research for her practice. She is a three time recipient of the Maryland State Arts Council's Individual Artist Award.
At Towson University, Professor Fucile teaches in the Foundations, Digital Art + Design, and MFA in Studio Arts programs. She concentrates on the use of digital tools as a vehicle for interdisciplinary and experimental forms.

Courses Taught

ART 101: Digital Tools & Concepts
ART 212: Visual Concepts
ART 346: New Directions in Experimental Media
ART 363: Interactive Media—Theory & Application
ART 498: BFA Project
ART 782: Art Topics
ART 785: MFA Studio II