Tuesday, Nov 12, 2019, 6:00 pm
Visual & Performing Arts Center, room 108
WCSU, Westside Campus
Free & Open to the Public, Limited Seating Available
Francis T. Patnaude attended Southern CT State University earning a B.S. in Art Education in 1975. He earned a B.F.A. in Studio Arts from Northern Kentucky University in 1978 and a MFA in Sculpture from Syracuse University in 1982. Fran also earned a certificate in Welding, completing a full Welder Certification program at Northern Kentucky Vocational/ Technical School in Covington, KY. He served as a studio assistant at Studio 70 under the direction of Michael Skop, sculptor, and studied photography under John Daido Loori. After working for five years as an art/welder /fabricator for various artists, Fran began teaching art at Rumsey Hall School in Washington, CT, in 1988, where he is currently the Department Head. In addition to teaching color and design at Western CT State University, he is also developing training methodologies and workshops in the area of creativity. Fran’s artwork consists of fabricated and cast metal sculpture, collage, video, and spatial/environmental music compositions.
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