Allyn Stewart, M.F.A.

Allyn Stewart

Professor Emerita

M.F.A., Art Media Studies, Syracuse University

M.A., Museum, Editing and Archival Studies, Duquesne University

B.F.A., Art History/Painting, Syracuse University

Division: Art & Design
105 Reisman Hall

Allyn Stewart has been an Assistant Professor in the Visual Communications Program at Cazenovia College since 2000. She previously taught as an Assistant Professor at Marywood University in the Graphic Design Program, Scranton, Pennsylvania. Stewart has also taught for Colgate University in the Art and Art History Department and at Syracuse University in the Communication Design and the Art Media Studies Programs. Prior to teaching full time, Allyn co-produced, directed, edited and videotaped a number of video documentaries. In addition to her collaborative work in video, her art videos have won numerous awards.

  • Artist- in-Residence, Digital Imaging, Light Work
  • Teachers Summer Institute, Graphic Arts Education and Research Foundation, SUNY-Oswego
  • National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminar, University of California, Berkeley, California
  • Upper Catskill Community Arts Council Special Opportunity Stipend
  • Light Work Grant Recipient, Artist-in-Residency, Experimental Television Center
  • Film Fund Recipient
  • Mid-Atlantic Region Media Arts Fellowship
  • Cultural Lenses
  • Glances into our Communities
  • The Letter Arts Review, 2004
  • Light Work Contact Sheet #93
  • Light Work Contact Sheet #74
  • Through Her Eyes
  • The Independence Presents A Television Series
  • A Film Programming Handbook for Children
  • Discovering Pittsburgh’s Sculpture
  • Crashin Out
  • Hardtimes in McKeesport by the McKeesport Oral History Project
  • 2006: Cultural Lenses, glances into our communities, Greater Reston Arts Center, Reston, VA
  • Digital Transitions, Selections from the Light Work Collection, Robert B. Menschel Photography Gallery, Syracuse, University, Syracuse, NY
  • 2005: Digital Universe, Caladan Gallery, Beverly, MA
  • Fish Follies, Cordova Historical Museum and Historical Library, Cordova, Alaska
  • A Winter Thaw, A National Exhibition, Gallery 510, Decauter, Illinois
  • 2004: Letter Arts Review Conference 2004 (the 24th Annual International Conference of Calligraphy & the Lettering Arts) and The University Museum of Southern Illinois Edwardsville, Ill - Work exhibited was selected for inclusion in the magazine, The Letter

Public Presentations

Two Early Twentieth Century Painters: Grant Wood and Reginald Marsh and their Influence on Contemporary Advertising

America Votes, Graphic Design Elements used by Political Campaigns

Matrilineage Symposium

Artists and Technology, a Colgate University Symposium

ARTiculations Artists Present Their Work