Professor, Studio Art
Brownson Hall, Room 209
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 11:00AM-1:00PM
Randolph Williams maintains two careers: One as an active visual artist and another as an educator developing new ways to present the visual arts to children. A professor of art at Manhattanville College, Prof. Williams has worked as an educational consultant to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, The Jewish Museum, Storm King Sculpture Park, and the Neuberger Museum. He is also the program director of the New York State Summer School of the Visual Arts. Prof. Williams holds a B.S. in art education from New York University and a master’s degree in art education from Sir George Williams University in Montreal.
Art Education, Master of Arts, Sir George Williams University
Art Education, Bachelor of Science, New York University
Exhibition. “The Uneven Terrain of America's History."
Exhibition. VanDeb Editions 10th Anniversary.
Exhibition. “Irrational Acts of Inclusion/Rational Acts of Inclusion.”
ART AWARDS 2009, Visiting Artist, American Academy in Rome 1999, Honoree, Doing Art Together 17th Annual Benefit 1982, Fellowship, National Endowment for the Arts The American Academy in Rome 1987, Visual Arts, New York State Council on the Arts Services Division 1987, New York Foundation for the Arts Sculpture Fellowship EDUCATIONAL AWARDS 2007, Art Educator of the Year, New York State Art Teachers Association, Region 7 2007, Charles Robertson Memorial Award, New York City Department of Education and The School Art League 2006, Faculty of the Year, Manhattanville College 1995, Manhattanville College Faculty Excellence Award 1995, Charles J. Trupia Exceptional Achievement Award 1994, Distinguished Faculty Award, Manhattanville College Alumni Association 1992, Youth Friendship Award, The School Art League Inc. 1986, Kellogg Fellowship, Field Museum of Natural History (Chicago) 1965-70, Scholarship, New York University 1970-72, Fellowship, Sir George Williams University