Art at Michigan Tech is vibrant, engaged, and smart.
Our faculty are working artists with diverse perspective. Our students come from many backgrounds.
"Several times in my art classes at Michigan Tech I got to be part of an "aha" moment as we realized in art, we could make the things we wanted to, without worrying so much about the tolerances, functionality requirements, and statics of materials. Art classes here provide an incredible opportunity for students who normally focus on exact answers or "best" solutions to change the way they think about everything."
"I think what I have taken the most out of my art classes is that art has no limits."
"My experience was a healthy reminder of who I was and who I wanted to be. It sparked the momentum to become who I am now."
About Our Faculty
Professor, Visual and Performing Arts
Anne’s work builds on community and draws from art traditions such as social practice. In her work, Anne hopes to encourage more generous and empathetic interactions among neighbors and strangers in situations they routinely encounter. Anne teaches courses in drawing, creativity, and mindfulness.
Lecturer, Visual and Performing Arts
Terri Frew is an illustrator, fiber and conceptual artist whose work breaks the boundaries between “art” and “craft.” Her favorite methods of expression include (but aren’t limited to) embroidery and drawing. She teaches Art Appreciation, art + design, and Drawing at Michigan Tech.