Dana Mueller

Adjunct Faculty

Dana Mueller is an adjunct photography instructor here at the College of Art and Design. She is an alumna of the Art Institute of Boston, earning a BFA in Photography with us and holds an MFA in Photography from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. She has taught history of photography, film, and theory; digital and alternative photographic processes, and all camera format classes. Her work and teaching have addressed identity, memory, history, landscape, and portraiture. Dana is the founder and director of Camera Eye Workshops (http://www.cameraeyeworkshops.com/), which provide an exceptional educational experience for teachers and other working artists in a non-academic setting.

Publications

TIME LightBox

Flak Photo

Prison Photography

One One Thousand - Publication of Southern Photography,

Purpose (France)

Artscope

The Boston Globe

The Wall Street Journal

The New York Photo Review

Awards

St. Botolph Foundation Grant

First place Visual Art Exchange Award

Second place in the Hotshot International Next Perspective Award

Faculty Development Grant, Lesley University

Exhibitions

Le Lieu Unique/ National Center for Contemporary Arts, Nantes, France

Pavillon de Bagatelle, Paris, France

Rick Wester Fine Art (NY)

RISD Museum of Art (RI)

The Photographic Resource Center (MA)

Gallery 360, Northeastern University (MA)

Bakalar Gallery, Massachusetts College of Art + Design (MA)

Lesley University College of Art and Design Gallery (MA)

St. Botolph Club (MA)

Danforth Art Museum (MA)

Black Cloud Gallery (IL)

Visual Art Exchange (NC)