Mad Mohre joins the Siena Heights Art Department as the new printmaking instructor. Mad comes to us from a career as a graphic design in Brooklyn. Her process of making has been heavily influenced by ideas of play and various relationships between craft, the use of the miniature, sound, humor and installation. By addressing complicated subject matter through these devices, she more easily facilitates discussion.
Most recently, Ms. Mohre has developed marketing materials for Uproot Wines (Manhattan), Fab.com (Manhattan), designed branded items for Crossing Brooklyn Ferry at BAM (Brooklyn) and sculpted paper works for Bryce Dessner’s website (of The National). She was featured in an August 2012 edition of the New York Times with Sugar Vendil and the Nouveau Classical Project for their collaboration on “In & Around C”, and she won First Place with Will J. Robinson for “Thig” in Networked & Electronic Media’s Summit Art Contest in Barcelona in 2010.
Mad’s favorite time of the day is after a cup of strong coffee and two eggs over medium.
Learn more and view her recent work here.