Justin Myer Staller

Adjunct Professor, Visual and Performing Arts

Spruance Tuesday 12-1pm

About Me

Justin received his BA from Penn State University, his MFA from Rochester Institute of Technology and his MS from Villanova University.  Justin specializes in 'non-toxic" or "green" methods of printmaking that is solvent free and focuses on the manipulation of the photo polymer film ImagOn.  Justin was awarded the Marvin Bileck Printmaking Project from Bowdoin College, has presented at the PMA, The Print and Picture Collection at the Free Library of Philadelphia, Fleisher/Ollman, Second State Press and the Print Center.  Justin has been a member of the collective studio Space 1026 for 10 years and has shown with space at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, ICA Philadelphia, 96 Gillespie, Cinders Gallery, and The Print Center.   In addition to his teaching rotation, Justin also works as the Area Representative for the department of Art and Design, and is certified PA state counselor working with D/A clients.  He lives in Fishtown with his son and two cats.  

Areas Of Focus

ImagOn

Hometown
Philadelphia PA

Home Country
USA

Languages
English

Education History

Penn State University 2002

BA, Major in Fine Art

R.I.T. 2005

MFA, Major in Printmaking

Villanova University 2011

MS, Major in Counseling and Human Relations

Publications

Manual

Article, Printeresting