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Christine Kerigan

NYIT Department of Digital Art & Design
Adjunct Professor

Christine Kerigan is an Adjunct Instructor for New York Institute of Technology's Department of Digital Art & Design where she teaches courses in areas of Computer Graphics, Graphic Design and Thesis Level courses. In addition, she works full-time for the department as Development Coordinator for Beijing Programs where she coordinated the launching of several of Digital Art & Design academic program at the department’s Beijing campus. Prior to this position, Ms. Kerigan was Assistant Gallery Director for Dr. M. T. Geoffry Yeh gallery at St. Johns University where she was responsible for curatorial duties for exhibitions including “Jeff Mermelstein 9.11.01,” “Expressing the Figure: Drawing from Life,’ and “2012 Department of Fine Arts Faculty Exhibition.” She received her M.F.A. in Fine Arts & Technology from NYIT in (2013).”Christine was also responsible for designing a program for NYIT MFA students, where they were introduced to Made in NY media center a non profit organization that is funded by the Mayors office of NY.

Her personal artwork explores the intersection and relationship between digital mediums and traditional mediums. While the artwork is traditional in some aspects it also introduces digital elements that alter it.

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