Professor and Dean Emeritus of Temple University Rome

Kim D. Strommen

Kim Strommen is an artist, educator and arts administrator who has worked with mixed media to produce art with associations to craft and painting. His works have included wall hangings, woven metal sculpture and architecturally scaled environments.
Strommen resided in Italy for over 20 years while serving as the dean of Temple University’s Rome Campus and as a member of the steering committee of the Association of American College and University Programs in Italy.
His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally to include the Palazzo Ducale, Gubio, Italy; Sculpture Museum of Fregene, Fregene, Italy; Biblioteca Rispoli, Rome, Italy; Philadelphia Museum of Art; Chicago Cultural Center; St. Louis Museum of Art and university and commercial art galleries. His works are included in private and corporate collections. Strommen was awarded the Hassum Fund Prize by the American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York and has received a National Endowment for Art Grant in Sculpture and the Global Temple Award.
MFA, Painting, Washington University in St. Louis, 1973 
BFA, Painting, University of South Dakota, 1969


Image credit: Temple University Photography / Joseph V. Labolito