Angela Mittiga's photography foundation courses focus on group critiques aimed to promote investigations and a learned familiarity with the myriad ways that the photographic medium can take.
Professional Title: Adjunct Photography Faculty
Areas of Academic Focus and Expertise: Photography
Area of Work and Concentration at Lesley: Photography
Representative List of Recent Courses Taught: Foundation Seminar I,Foundation Seminar II, Foundation Lecture Lab I
Education: BFA, The Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University; EdM Harvard University, Graduate School of Education
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My teaching is centered on fundamental concepts of image making and techniques of photographic craft. I consider the studio critiques and technical labs that I teach to be collaborative investigations into the mutability of the photographic medium and the significance of images in our lives.
Artists are people who refuse to ever stop looking at, learning about, intervening in, reflecting upon, and questioning the world around them. This insatiable curiosity is what drives most artists to make images and objects. I'm interested in engaging students to use their questions, ideas, impressions and feelings to inform the development of their subject matter and personal vision. In my critiques and labs I facilitate group-learning experiences that are engaging, critical, transformative, and sensitive to each students' unique curiosities.
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Tara Sellios '10 “The best thing about Lesley University is having so many resources—from studio space to materials to supportive teachers—to help you reach your goals.”
Sloat, the interim director of the MFA in Visual Arts Program, discusses the photo program and his teaching philosophy in the Spring 2013 issue of PDNedu magazine