Kerry St. Laurent received her BFA from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst (2004), and her MFA from the University of Hartford (2006), both with a concentration in painting. Her work has been exhibited locally and nationally and she has served as Artist-in-Residence at both Hot Springs and Isle Royale National Parks.
To gain a broader understanding of administration and pedagogy, she completed her EdD with a concentration in higher and postsecondary education in 2017. Her doctoral research investigated technology integration and higher order skills-building in introductory studio art curricula for non-majors.
Kerry lives and works in Western Massachusetts. She teaches a range of 2D art courses at Western New England University and offers consulting and faculty coaching services with a focus on technology-mediated instruction.
Contact Kerry to request an exhibition record or to access a full teaching portfolio.
Click here to view her dissertation summary, "Student Perspectives of a 21st Century Approach to Introductory Studio Art Curriculum at Western New England University: An Action Research Study."