Lee Walton

Associate Professor

Art - New Media & Design, Printmaking & Drawing

Lee Walton joined the School of Art in the fall of 2007 to teach printmaking and design. In 2006 he was the recipient of the S.J. Truman Award in Drawing at the National Academy Museum, New York, NY and the Bartlebooth Award, London, UK. He has received accolades from museum and art center funded projects at the Reykjavik Art Museum of Iceland, the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Oakland Museum. He has exhibited at the 00130 Gallery, Helsinki, Finland; Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA; the Kraushaar Gallery, New York, NY; and Clubs Project, Inc., Melbourne, Australia.

Walton (in collaboration with Donovan McKnight) founded and directs the Super G Experiential Residency Program.

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