Siobhan K. McBride
Assistant Professor of Art
Music and Art
Phone: +1 (212) 776-1467
Siobhan McBride received her MFA in painting from the University of Pennsylvania in 2005. Her paintings are descriptions of strange yet quotidian experiences, things caught in the corner of the eye and an attempt to conjure slippery memories. She was an artist in residence at Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Workspace Program, Jentel Artist Residency, the Vermont Studio Center, the Roswell Artist in Residence Program and Yaddo three times. In July 2019, she attended the Sam and Adele Golden Foundation Artist Residency in upstate NY. Her work has been exhibited at Tai Modern (Santa Fe, NM), DC Moore (NYC), NurtureArt (Brooklyn, NY), Roswell Museum and Art Center and the University of Maine Museum of Art in Bangor, ME.
MFA, Painting, University of Pennsylvania
- 3 CRS.3 HRS.ART 166 (Drawing Studio I)
- This introductory course covers a range of basic approaches to drawing and addresses the development of manual skills in freehand drawing, drawing of objects from nature and idea-oriented approaches to drawing. This course will satisfy drawing requirements for transfer within the CUNY system, as well as professional art schools.
- 3 CRS.3 HRS.ART 174 (Painting Studio I)
- This three credit course is designed to have the beginning student explore painting techniques, with an introduction to the use of various media. Strong emphasis is placed on formal concerns (figure and objects). This course will satisfy painting requirements for transfer within the CUNY system as well as professional art schools.
- 3 CRS.3 HRS.ART 266 (Drawing Studio II)
- This course, a continuation of ART 166, emphasizes formal drawing concerns, such as design, composition, and the introduction of a variety of new media. Advanced projects include still-life, landscape, perspective, portraiture and rendering the human figure. This course will satisfy drawing requirements for transfer within the CUNY system, as well as professional art schools. Prerequisite: ART 161, ART 166 or permission of the department
Research and Projects