Kim Waterfield

Kim Waterfield

Associate Teaching Professor, Digital Arts

MFA, Bowling Green State University, Digital Arts, 2012
BS Ed, Bowling Green State University, Art, 1984

Teaching Specialization: Digital painting, character design, story and concept development, professional practices.

Courses Taught
ARTC 2210 Digital Imaging
ARTC 3211 Story and Concept Development
ARTC 3220 Creative Character Design
ARTC 3260 Digital Painting
ARTC 3310 Intro to Gaming
ARTC 4000 Contemporary Practices in Digital Arts II
ARTC 4180 BFA Senior Studio in Digital Arts
ARTC 4090 Professional Practices for Digital Arts
ARTC 4230 Advanced Imaging
ARTC 4240 Alternative Digital Printing
ARTC 4410 Collaborative Multimedia Development
ARTS 4800 Travel Studio

Areas of Research / Areas of Focus
Ms. Waterfield uses digital media to explore our connection to the natural world, as individuals and as members of a species at this crucial point in history. She has exhibited her work regionally, nationally, and internationally. Ms. Waterfield enjoyed a successful career as a graphic and web designer before earning her MFA in 2012 and transitioning to teaching and creating art.


Faculty member at BGSU since 2012

Updated: 07/29/2022 04:45PM