Spring 2014 Courses
ART 217 Survey of Art History II |¬†ART 470 War & Remembrance |¬†FDN 112 Engaging Objects
Dr. Juilee Decker is Associate Professor of Art History and Affiliate Faculty in Women‚Äôs Studies and Chair of the Art Department. She joined the faculty of Georgetown College in the Fall 2004. Recent professional work includes public art, museums, and archives. In August 2008, Dr Decker¬†was named Editor of the award winning journal,¬†Collections: A Journal for Museum and Archives Professionals published by AltaMira Press. She serves as the Exam Leader for the international Advanced Placement (AP) Art History Exam. In this role, Dr. Decker is responsible for the intellectual content of rubrics that are prepared for the reading of each year’s art history exam which is administered internationally to more than 20,000 students. Dr. Decker offers Internships and Independent Studies by request and¬†teaches study abroad courses as well. Email her for info!
last updated February 2014
Office Location: Wilson Art Building Room 108
Boris Zakic¬†joined the faculty at Georgetown College in 2000 and intermittently served as summer faculty for KIIS program in Athens and Rome since 2004.¬†He received an MFA at University of New Orleans in 2000 and the ‚ÄúNeue Dimensionen der Wissenschaft‚ÄĚ Award by G√∂ethe Institut, Belgrade for Translation Paintings in 2004. His latest work on behalf of¬†Impasto Class¬†(Spring 2013) could be seen at¬†The New Albany Bicentennial Public Art Project, IN and will run through 2015. Boris is on sabbatical 2013-14.
Fall 2014 Courses
ART 170 Rock, Paper, Scissors
ART 115 Drawing
ART 370 Bookarts and Paper Works
2006 – Masters of Fine Arts Printmaking, Lamar Dodd School of Art, The University of Georgia, Athens, GA.
Professor Daniel Graham is an Associate Professor of Art teaching in the areas of Printmaking and Sculpture. Professor Graham came to Georgetown College in the Fall of 2006, after leaving the University of Georgia in Athens where he received his MFA in Printmaking. Before attending the University of Georgia Professor Graham managed a wood shop in downtown Washington DC where he taught classes in traditional and non traditional woodworking as well as producing custom furnishings. Professor Graham has had numerous exhibitions of varied scales including solo exhibitions in Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Georgia, Washington DC, and Florida. Professor Graham was selected to be a participating artist in the New Albany Bicentennial Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition in New Albany, Indiana. In 2007 Professor Graham was granted a Goode Faculty Development Award providing funding for his participation in an International Karakuri Workshop in Nagoya, Japan. He was awarded another Goode Faculty Development Award in 2012 providing funding for his participation in an exhibition and conference in Ponzaz, Poland. Since his time at Georgetown College, Professor Graham has been a part of more than 54 exhibitions at more than 90 venues, including 12 solo exhibitions, 4 international exhibitions, 5 traveling exhibitions, as well as multiple visiting artist appointments, including Purdue University, the University of Kentucky, Murray State University, and Bowling Green State University.
last updated Aug 2013
Fall 2013 Courses
Professor Darrell Kincer will be on sabbatical during the Fall 2013 semester.
Spring 2014 Courses
ART 120 Photography
ART 234 Survey of Computer Art Applications
ART 370 Topics in Studio Art
2002 – MFA in Photography, Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA
1999 – BA in Art, Asbury University, Wilmore, KY
Professor Darrell Kincer is an Associate Professor of Art teaching in the areas of Graphic Design and Photography. He joined the faculty of Georgetown College in the Fall of 2007.
updated August¬† 2013
Office Location: East Campus, Townhouse 104, Door #2 (Second Floor)
Adjunct Art Faculty
Teaching ART 370 Web Design 2 in ¬†Spring 2014
And will teach ART 435 Web Design in the Fall 2014
Office Location: in the Dr. Donald L. and Dorothy Jacobs Gallery in the Ensor LRC
Jeanette Tesmer is the Director of Fine Art Galleries and Curator of Collections and joined the department in early 2013.¬† She is a native Missourian who attended Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Missouri and graduated with a BSBA in International Business from the Helzberg School of Management in 2009.¬† During her undergraduate studies she attended the John Felice Rome Center in Rome, Italy, an affiliate of Loyola Chicago.¬† After graduating from Rockhurst University, she moved to Lexington to pursue her studies in art history through the graduate school at the University of Kentucky.¬† While a graduate student she worked closely with the Kentucky Museum Without Walls project speaking at two regional conferences on how to implement technology in historic homes and small museum settings. Her previous museum experience includes the UK Art Museum and the International Museum of the Horse at the Kentucky Horse Park.¬† She completed her master‚Äôs studies in 2012.