Howard Tran teaches sculpture, figure modeling, installation art and drawing. He received his B.F.A. from the Academy of Art University and his M.F.A. from Boston University. His work deals with issues of identity and culture. Tran exhibits his sculpture and 2-D work internationally.
Lynn Estomin teaches graphic design, Web design, digital imaging, animation and interactive media. She received her M.F.A. from the University of Cincinnati/College of Design, Art, Architecture & Planning. Estomin creates art about gender, social issues and the environment. Her award-winning documentaries have been screened at film festivals internationally and broadcast nationally on PBS. Her websites and interactive art have won awards from Adobe, the Webby Awards, Site of the Day and Canadian Web Association.
Amy Golahny teaches the full range of art history. She holds degrees from Brandeis University (B.A.), Williams College (M.A.), and Columbia University (Ph.D.). (Golahny has published three books and over 40 articles, primarily on Rembrandt and Dutch art, but also on the art in Williamsport. Currently, she serves as president for the Historians of Netherlandish Art, an international organization that promotes Dutch and Flemish art.
Seth Goodman teaches painting, drawing, 2-D design and color theory. He received his B.F.A. from the University of North Carolina at Asheville and his M.F.A. from Towson University. Goodman's paintings explore different avenues of American social critique by examining social class disparities, general social injustice and human folly. Goodman exhibits his paintings, drawings and mixed-media work internationally.
Ceaphas Stubbs teaches traditional analogue and digital color photography, studio lighting, and the history of photography. He received his B.A. in visual arts from Rutgers University and his M.F.A. with a certificate in time-based and interactive media from the University of Pennsylvania. In 2012, he completed a residency at Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture. Stubbs’s work explores the relationship between accessibility and inaccessibility, as well as pleasure and nostalgia. He has been reviewed in The New York Times, Brooklyn Rail, Skowhegan’s SPACE/LAUNCH, EXPOSE Magazine, and AGAVE Magazine. Stubbs exhibits his work nationally.
Since graduating from Lycoming College, David Burke has worked in commercial photography with an emphasis in healthcare. His traditionally produced large format black and white photographs have received awards locally and regionally. He has taught black and white photography at the college level for 20 years.
Antonia Crook teaches 2-D design and art history. Antonia earned her B.F.A. from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and her M.F.A. in studio art from Florida State University. Antonia has shown her work internationally and provided art for television series and short films. Her paintings and drawings investigate gender identity, and body politics in tropical climates.
Jeremiah Johnson teaches the full range of printmaking. He also curates student art exhibitions on campus, at the president's home and at a variety of downtown businesses.Jeremiah received his B.F.A. in printmaking from the Tyler School of Art of Temple University and his M.F.A. in print, paper and book arts from Syracuse University. Jeremiah's work deals with regional culture, folklore and survival. He exhibits his print, painting, drawing and installation work nationally.
Lawrence Charles Miller teaches Drawing. He has exhibited extensively across the United States, including exhibitions in New York City, Los Angeles, Seattle, as well as exhibition abroad in Wales, Tijuana, and San Paulo. His work is in the permanent collection of MOMA in New York City; MOMA in Wales, UK; MuBE, Sao Paulo; LACMA, Los Angeles; and Fluxus Museum in Texas. Miller is represented by Converge Gallery in Williamsport, PA.
Kathy Sterngold teaches ceramic arts. After earning arts degrees from Kutztown and Alfred University, she joined The Clay Studio in Philadelphia, a leading center for ceramics. A few years later, she returned to Muncy to set up her own art studio. She also taught art at Muncy High School and pottery workshops at Bucknell. Kathy creates a diverse blend of functional pottery and contemporary clay art. Her works range from large abstract sculptures to jack-o'-lanterns. In 2014, two of her pots were chosen for the Visions in Clay exhibition in Stockton, California, named by "Ceramics Monthly" as one of the top five ceramic art shows in the nation.
Andrea McDonough Varner teaches art education at Lycoming as well as 2-D visual arts at the Williamsport Area High School. Andrea is the K-12 art department coordinator for the Williamsport school district. She received her B.A. from Lycoming College, M.A.Ed. from Mansfield University, and holds a Pennsylvania certificate in supervision of curriculum and instruction. McDonough Varner's current work explores issues of feminism and environment, largely influenced by her family and sustainable lifestyle. She has been awarded several grants to extend visual learning experiences for area students and community members, primarily through the production of public art works.
Rose DiRocco is the Art Department Administrative Assistant and the Art Gallery Director. Rose is responsible for managing seven-eight shows per academic year. She also manages the Eagles Mere Art Gallery in Eagles Mere, PA.