Visual Studies Faculty

Meet Our

Visual Studies Faculty

  • Associate Professor and Program Head of Printmaking
    Printmaking, Visual Studies

    Amze J. Emmons

    • Email: amze.emmons@temple.edu
    • Phone: 215-777-9126
    • Office: Tyler 260C
    • Website: www.amzeemmons.com
    • Amze Emmons is a multi-disciplinary artist with a background in printmaking and drawing. His research results in prints, drawings and paintings that explore systems of local experience, architecture, vernacular design and print culture. He also produces temporary collaborative projects that investigate the potential of the multiple.
       
      He has held solo exhibitions in Austin, Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia and San Francisco, among other locations. His work has been included in group exhibitions in innovative commercial galleries, artist-run spaces and museums. Emmons has...

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  • Associate Professor, Chair of Foundations, and Interim Chair of Art
    Foundations, Visual Studies

    Nichola Kinch

    • Email: nmkinch@temple.edu
    • Phone: 215-896-4197
    • Office: Tyler 210R
    • Website: www.nicholakinch.com
    • Nichola Kinch is an artist whose creative production is propelled by technical investigations that span pre-photographic practices to computer aided design and manufacturing. Her practice  centers on the creation of objects and installations that explore image production as a metaphor for a variety of fictional constructs.
       
      Kinch’s commitment to learning new processes is uniquely aligned with her interest in innovative curriculum development in the areas of foundation studies and interdisciplinary practice. She has developed an approach to teaching that stems from...

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  • Adjunct Assistant Professor
    Visual Studies

    Zoë Cohen

    • Email: zoe.cohen@temple.edu
    • Website: www.zoecohen.com
    • Zoe Cohen is a visual artist creating images, installations and situations. Her research-based practice bridges contemporary concerns with inquiry into visual and cultural heritage, driven by an interest in origins, beginnings and hidden histories.

      MFA, Brooklyn College, The City University of New York
      BA, Haverford College