MFA in Applied Craft and Design Program Welcomes Susan Brandeis

March 14, 2010

Susan Brandeis, Fiber Artist and Educator at North Carolina State University, College of Design will deliver an MFA in Applied Craft and Design Lecture this Thursday, March 18 at the Bison Building.

Susan Brandeis holds a Master of Science degree in Art Education from Indiana University and a Master of Fine Arts in Textile Design from the University of Kansas. Since 1982, she has taught at the College of Design at North Carolina State University. At NCSU, she coordinates studies in Fibers and Surface Design and the Anni Albers Scholars Program, teaching classes in textile design and fiber art, which focus on weaving, screen printing, dyeing, fibers materials and processes, off-loom structures, pattern, color, textile history, and design fundamentals. She serves as the Director of Graduate Programs for the Department of Art and Design. Brandeis works with a wide range of students whose interests span the spectrum from designing textiles for mass production to creating one-of-a-kind art works. She is represented in numerous private and public collections, including the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian. Her work has been shown extensively nationally and internationally, including Europe and Asia.

MFA in Applied Craft and Design Lecture | Susan Brandeis
Thursday, March 18, 6:30 pm
MFA in Applied Craft and Design Studios @ The Bison Building, 421 NE 10th Ave. and Glisan Street