Faculty

Faculty

Charles W. Carraway

Department Chair and Associate Professor of Art + Painting

Web Site: www.cc.html

 

BFA, Graphic Design, Delta State University; MFA, Painting, Rhode Island School of Design.

 

Office: Johnson Hall 210

Phone: 601.979.7026

Fax: 601.979.7010

Email: charles.w.carraway@jsums.edu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hyun Chong Kim

Professor of Art + Ceramics

Web Site: https://sites.google.com/a/jsums.edu/hyun/home

BFA, Metropolitan State College; MA, University of Colorado; MFA, Ceramics, Indiana State University.

 

Office: J.Y. Woodard

Phone: 601.979.2395

Fax: 601.979.7010

Email: hyun.chong.kim@jsums.edu

 

Chalmers W. Mayers, Jr., Ph.D.

Instructor of Art

BA, Art Education, Jackson State University; MA, Art Education, University of Illinois;

Ph.D., Educational Administration, Jackson State University. Published Segregation, Integration, and Resegregation in a Deep-Southern Town: African American Teacher’s Perception on a Muncipal School District. Chalmers teaches drawing and design.

 

Office: Johnson Hall 108

Phone:601.979.7034

Fax: 601.979.7010

Email: chalmers.mayers@jsums.edu

 

Mark Geil

Assistant Professor of Art + Photography

Web Site: www.markgeil.net

 

BA, Photography, Evergreen State College; MFA, Photography, The University of New Mexico. He has  exhibited work both regionally and nationally. Spoke at national and regional conferences of the Society for Photographic Education. His work was featured on the cover, and inside the book Dreaming the Biosphere: the Theater of All Possibilities by Rebecca Reider

 

Office: Johnson Hall 109

Phone: 601.979.1524

Fax: 601.979.7010

Email: mark.geil@jsums.edu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yumi Park

Assistant Professor of Art + Art History

 

BFA, Ceramics, Dong-A University, South Korea; BA, Art History, Long Island University, C.W. Post Campus; MA, City College of New York; Ph.D., Virginia Commonwealth University. A scholar of Pre-Columbian and Native American Art, she focuses especially on the Andean civilization of South America, ca. 3000-200 B.C.E.  Her research examines the relationship between ethnic identity and the iconography of distinctive motifs developed in the Cupisnique culture. Yumi also has a strong interest

in the arts of Asia, including Hindu and Buddhist Art.

 

Office: Johnson Hall 210

Phone: 601.979.0831

Fax: 601.979.7010

Email: yumi.park@jsums.edu

 

Chung-Fan Chang

Assistant Professor of Art + Foundation

Web Site: www.chungfanchang.com

 

BFA, Oil Painting, Taipei National University of the Arts, Taiwan; MFA, Painting, Savannah College of Art and Design.  Chang explores and investigates in a variety of media to establish her visual language, which communicates her vision of beauty that reflects issues within the society.  Prior to join Jackson State University, Chang taught at Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), Georgia Perimeter College and several private institutions in Taiwan.  Chang has exhibited both nationally and internationally. A number of the artist’s works are in private collections worldwide

 

Office: Johnson Hall G10

Phone: 601.979.0517

Fax: 601.979.7010

Email: chung-fan.chang@jsums.edu