Suzanne Camp Crosby
Tracy Midulla Reller
Christopher W. Weeks
Adjuncts
 
 

Jeanne Cameron (Painting & Drawing)

Earned a BA in Art from Indiana University, Bloomington and an MFA in Painting from The University of South Florida, Tampa.  She has been teaching as an adjunct professor in the Tampa Bay area the past fifteen years and is currently teaching at the University of Tampa and Hillsborough
Community College, Ybor Campus.  Her individual primary focus has been in oil painting but she has diversified her own art by incorporating
digital design elements into her work due to a strong interest in graphic design - she has owned and operated a small graphic design company for the past 10 years concurrent to teaching. She continues to paint and exhibit her work and is currently represented by Clayton Galleries, Tampa. Her work is included in several private and corporate collections throughout the US.

 

Roger Chamieh  (Sculpture)

 

Linda C. Galgani  (Photography)

Received her MFA from the University of South Florida in 1992 and an Master’s of Education at Emmanuel College in Boston in 1998.  Her undergraduate degree is in Geography from Clark University in Worcester where she graduated Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa. While at USF, she was awarded the Adah Schaich Endowed Scholarship in Photography.  

Outside of her service as an adjunct at HCC, Ms Galgani runs the photography program at Howard W. Blake High School, teaching black and white photography, color photography, digital imaging and portfolio.  Before moving to Tampa, she lived in Boston, Massachusetts where she was a visiting artist for Smith College from 1993 – 1996, and also taught photography at Wellesley High School, as well as at Dean College.   In addition, she has taught photography in County Mayo, Ireland and Ithaca, NY. She has exhibited her photographs throughout the country and sold her work to corporations such as Pitney Bowes. Her images have appeared in a variety of publications, including the Photo Review. She was selected for Who’s Who Among American Teachers for the past ten consecutive years. She received an Award of Recognition from the National Foundation for Advancement In The Arts as well as Arts for a Complete Education

 

Kurt Holyoke (Drawing)

Holds an MA+18 (University of South Florida-Art Studio), MA (California State University-Humanities), and a BA (University of South Florida-Art Studio). As a working artist, his paintings and drawings have been showcased in numerous venues (Museums, Galleries, Publications, etc.) and have received favorable notice from the likes of Richard Vine (Managing Editor of Art in America), William Zimmer (Art Critic - The New York Times), and internationally recognized artist James Rosenquist. Kurt remains dedicated to art, art education and the community at large and expresses this through his continued commitment to maintaining an active, meaningful, and relevant portfolio, his work in leading art studio courses at Hillsborough Community College (1999 - present), his effort in the creation and implementation of art studio offerings at Pasco Community College(2004 -2009), his involvement in the public schools system, and his ongoing acceptance of honoraria and jurying engagements.