COLLABORATIVE TEACHING INITIATIVE, SPRING2015, vol1
Immersive Installation Art
Dr. Allie Terry-Fritsch / Art History
Leigh-Ann Pahapill / First Year Program
The 2015 RVCTI recipients were Dr. Allie Terry-Fritsch, associate professor of art history, and Leigh-Ann Pahapill, assistant professor in the first year program, for their course Immersive Installation Art. This extraordinary class combined undergraduate and graduate students of womens’ studies, art history, graphic design, and the studio arts with a focus on creating installation spaces in consideration of the historical resonance of Renaissance Art and the expression of the human form in physical spaces.