FACULTY

Gifted faculty are a key to any program. The faculty in the Division of Art at IWU are a vibrant and progressive community of professional artists, designers, historians and scholars. Eleven full-time faculty members bring a richness and depth of academic experience to the classroom and reflect the University's continued commitment to the Art program. You will find that these professors are not just "teachers" but are also producing artists with numerous awards and national recognition. More than 80 percent of the faculty have or are completing terminal degrees.

A crucial philosophy of the Art faculty is the importance of relationship-based teaching. The professor/student contact does not end when the class period is over. Mentoring and individual relationships have impacted many of our students' lives throughout their tenure at the University.

Daniel Hall; MA Asst Prof; Art daniel.hall@indwes.edu Department - Liberal Studies Division - *General Studies & Electives

Biography

Daniel T. Hall is an assistant professor of Art at Indiana Wesleyan University. He has served the university since the fall of 2001 in the capacity of instructor for the courses of Drawing I and II, Visual Communications, and Art for Elementary Teachers. Professor Hall is a dedicated educator to his students and has a passion to share his love for all arts with everyone he meets.

Educational Background:

  • A.B., 1983, Drake University
  • M.A., 1991, University of Northern Iowa

Interests

Professor Daniel T. Hall is developing cross-disciplinary drawings using traditional drawing and printmaking techniques with modern applications to surfaces. His background in sculpture allows him to beautifully merge the two-dimensional and three-dimensional realms to create these bass-relief drawings.