April 16 through June 7, 2015
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Ken Golden began working at Queensborough Community College as a fulltime instructor of studio art in 2000. Prior to that, Golden taught as an adjunct at many schools, including NYU, RISD, University of Pennsylvania, City College of NY and Parsons New School of Design. His graduate degree is from NYU/ICP, granted in 1990. Shortly after Golden began teaching at QCC the digital art and design program was launched and he is now the coordinator of that program. He is an active artist exhibiting locally and internationally. His work is primarily in print but also includes video and animation. Golden’s concern continues to be community; he is investigating the pride of individual identities, and how they can co-exist in a single environment..
Coffey earned a BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1996, an MA in Art History from Hunter College CUNY, 2005 and MFA from Queens College CUNY, 2014. She lives and works in Queens, New York.
After finishing graduate work in Art History she began teaching in the CUNY system, returning to school to complete an MFA and now teaches studio courses in Drawing, Color and 2D design at Queensborough Community College CUNY. Beginning in 2012, she has exhibited in Queens, Brooklyn, and Manhattan culminating with a solo show "small good things" in May 2014. She is a continued presence in New York and is pursuing shows nationally and internationally.
She is a painter and photographer; her work is a recounting of human experience, most recently through domestic interiors, documenting time and place.