M/J/CC Faculty

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M/J/CC Faculty

  • Photo of Kimberly A. Voigt
    Adjunct Faculty

    Kimberly A. Voigt

    • Website:www.kimberlyvoigt.com
    • Contact: kim@kimberlyvoigt.com
    • Kimberly Voigt, MFA is an educator and studio jeweler living and working in Philadelphia.  She’s been actively engaged in higher education teaching, technology, social design projects and personal creative work since 1999.  Voigt’s studio based research and work, as an educator, have been directly influenced by current communication technologies and emerging rapid manufacturing technologies.  Her studio practice explores digital technologies and additive fabrication technologies through jewelry and object design.  Digital technologies have altered not only the way she thinks and creates, bu

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  • Portrait of Stanley Lechtzin
    Professor Emeritus

    Stanley Lechtzin

    • Contact: stanlech@temple.edu
    • Phone Number: 215.777.9129
    • Stanley Lechtzin is Professor of Crafts and Head of Program. He founded the Jewelry and Metals program at Tyler in 1962.

      He is also a founding member of the Society of North American Goldsmiths. In 2009, he was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Society of North American Goldsmiths. He was elected to the College of Fellows of the American Crafts Council in 1992 and was the recipient of Temple University's Great Teacher Award in 1989.

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  • Portrait of Vickie Lee Sedman
    Professor Emeritus

    Vickie Lee Sedman

    • Website:www.vickie-sedman.com
    • Contact: sedman@temple.edu
    • Phone Number: 215.777.9209
    • Room Number: Suite 202 Tyler
    • Vickie Sedman is Professor of Crafts and has taught at Tyler School of Art, Temple University, from 1974 to the present. She also taught at Bezalel School of Art and Design Jerusalem, Israel, in 1977-78 as a visiting Professor.

      She has received a Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Fellowship Award and a N.E.A. Craftsmen's Fellowship. She has shown both nationally and internationally and is included in the collections at The Columbus Museum of Fine Art and The Philadelphia Museum of Art.

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  • Doug Bucci
    Assistant Professor and Metals, Jewelry, Cad-Cam Program Head

    Doug Bucci

    • Website:Website
    • Contact: dbucci@temple.edu
    • Doug Bucci is an Assistant Professor of Crafts and the Metals, Jewelry, Cad-Cam Program head. His work is in the permanent collections of the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, Susan Grant Lewin Collection, New York, NY; Georgia Museum of Fine Arts, Athens, GA; Goldschmiedehaus, Hanau, Germany; Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum, Athens, Greece; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA, Lois Boardman Collection; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX, Helen Williams Drutt Collection; National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australia; Newark Museum, Newark, NJ; Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA; Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich, Germany; State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia; Yale University Art Gallry, New Haven, CT

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  • Photo of Emily Cobb
    Adjunct Faculty

    Emily Cobb

    • Website:emily-cobb.com
    • Contact: studio@emily-cobb.com
    • Emily Cobb is currently an adjunct instructor in the Metals/Jewelry/CAD-CAM and Visual Studies area at Tyler School of Art. She also works for a jewelry design company in New York City and for independent studio artists in Philadelphia. This past fall she had a solo exhibition, Legends: Studio Jewelry, at the Philadelphia Art Alliance. Her work has been featured in the Philadelphia Daily News, The Art Blog, and publications such as 500 Rings: New Directions in Art Jewelry and Humor in Craft.

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  • Photo of Christine Alaniz
    Adjunct Faculty

    Christine Alaniz