Program Coordinator

Peter PrecourtPeter Precourt

Title: Associate 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 … 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 … Read More

Jere C. Dewaters

Title: Instructor in Photography

Education B.A., Clark University, 1975. M.A., Goddard College, 1978.

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 … 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 … 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 … 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 … Read More

Peter R. Precourt

Title: Associate 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 … 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 current book … Read More

Robert Rainey

Title: Associate Professor of Photography

Brooks W. Stoddard

Title: Professor Of Art History

Education B.A., Williams College, 1960. M.A., Institute of Fine Arts New York University, 1962. Ph.D., Institute of Fine Arts New York University, 1980.