Kristen T. Woodward, MFA
Professor of Art
CFA Room 224, Adjacent to the Painting Studio in the Center for the Arts
MFA, studio art: Clemson University
BFA, printmaking: Syracuse University
Kristen T. Woodward joined the faculty in the Art Department at Albright College in 1998. She received her BFA in Printmaking from Syracuse University and her MFA in Studio Art from Clemson University. She currently teaches all levels of painting and printmaking, and interdisciplinary courses on Latin American graphic art, and Drawing from Ecology, & Gender and the Visual Arts.
Areas of Research
Acrylic, oil and encaustic painting
Gender in the visual arts
Ecology & art
ART 101 Drawing
ART 112 Painting
ART 114 Printmaking
ART 212 Painting II
ART 312 Painting III
ART 400 Studio Topics
ART 244 Gender & the Visual Arts (Connections)
SYN 344 Drawing from Ecology; A Study of Tropical Ecosystems (Synthesis)
Professor Woodward has exhibited her paintings and prints in over 200 venues over the course of her career and has artwork in a number of permanent and public collections.
Professor Woodward’s artwork can be viewed on https://artdeadline.ning.com/profile/RESIDENTCURATOR where she serves as Resident Curator.
Awards and Grants
Recipient of the Class of ’49 Annadora Vesper Shirk Award for Faculty Scholarship, 2019
Recipient of the Annadora Shirk Faculty Research Award, Albright College, 2009
Recipient of the Dr. Henry P. & M. Page Laughlin Distinguished Faculty Award, Albright College, 2006