Professor Collins instructs photography and history of photography courses and has recently exhibited her work in Massachusetts, California, and Texas.
Professional Title: Chair, Assistant Professor of Photography
Areas of Academic Focus and Expertise: Photography and History of Photography
Area of Work and Concentration at Lesley: Photography and History of Photography
Representative List of Recent Courses Taught: Photography MFA Studio Seminar, Senior Portfolio, Junior Year Portfolio, History of Photography, Sophomore Concepts, The Portrait: Traditional & Contemporary, History of Documentary Photography
Education: MFA, Massachusetts College of Art + Design; BA Skidmore College
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One of the most exciting challenges in photographic education is to guide students to their own means of expression within the context of this constantly evolving medium. I ask students to take personal risks with their work, and support both their failures and their successes. Teaching has been an amazing source of inspiration in my own practice, and my students are constantly reminding me of the power of image-making. My greatest reward as an educator is watching my students find the value and force of their own artistic voices.
Christine Collins received her BA from Skidmore College and her MFA from Massachusetts College of Art + Design. In addition to the courses she teaches at Lesley University, Christine also teaches photography workshops at Maine Media Workshops and Anderson Ranch Arts Center. Her editorial clients include The New York Times Magazine and Bloomberg Business.
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