Program Coordinator

Peter PrecourtPeter Precourt

Title: Professor of Art
Email: peter.precourt@maine.edu
Address: 3rd Floor, Handley Hall


Patricia Brace

Title: Lecturer II - Part Time

Raised in Cherryfield, Maine, Brace is a performance artist whose work addresses the relationship between intersectional feminism and politics through her use of dance, new media and installation. Brace currently teaches at University of Maine at Augusta and College of … Read More

Ted Closson

Title: Lecturer I - Part Time

Ted Closson is a writer, artist, and educator living in Maine. His comics and visual work have been published at The Nib, Beyond: Queer Sci-fi and Fantasy Comics Anthology, Alphabet Anthology, Black Warrior Review, Hobart Literary Journal, The Rumpus, The … Read More

Annika Earley

Title: Lecturer I - Part Time

Annika Earley makes multidisciplinary work about transformation, in-between states, and the experience of being a woman. Her work focuses on Swiss and German folk and fairytales and how their depiction of female characters reflect current feminist issues. Her work centers … Read More

Robert I. Katz

Title: Professor of Art

Robert Katz joined the UMA art faculty in 1981 and since then he has been teaching classes in sculpture, 3 D design and drawing. As an artist, his sculptures are often fabricated in welded steel as well as mixed media … Read More

C. June Kellogg

Title: Adjunct Professor of Art

June Kellogg lives in Brooklin, Maine and paints in a studio next to her home. She studied art and art education at Byam Shaw School of Art in London, England and at the State University of New York at New … Read More

Adam Montoya

Title: Lecturer II - Part Time

Adam Antonio Montoya was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. There, between the Uintah Mountains and the Great Basin Desert, he was surrounded by the vistas, histories, and stories of the American Southwest. Montoya received his Bachelor … Read More

Peter R. Precourt

Title: Professor of Art

“My personal interests are in the graphic novel, painting, drawing, and contemporary art practice and theory. I believe that the keys to an arts education are a synthesis of: individual facility, knowledge of contemporary studio practice and art history, making … Read More

Amy Rahn

Title: Assistant Professor of Art History and Charles Danforth Gallery Director

Amy Rahn is a teacher, curator, and scholar of American modern and contemporary art with a focus on postwar painting and women artists. Her dissertation on New York School painter Joan Mitchell reconsidered the artist’s years in Paris from 1955 … Read More

Robert Rainey

Title: Associate Professor of Photography