VISUAL ARTS FACULTY

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Carol Golemboski

Professor
  • Visual Arts (CAM)

Email Address:carol.golemboski@ucdenver.edu

Primary Phone:3035562484

B177 UCD

Carol Golemboski is a Professor of Photography at the University of Colorado Denver. Her creative process, defined by the use of black and white film and darkroom printing, combines photography and drawing in ambiguous and provocative ways. Golemboski has been the recipient of numerous grants and awards including 1st prize in the 2007 Project Competition from Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and individual artist fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Light Work and the Saltonstall Foundation. Her interactive artist’s book for the iPad Psychometry won the 2013 Independent Publisher Book Award for Outstanding eBook Achievement. Flash Powder Projects published a monograph of the same series, also titled Psychometry, in 2016. Golemboski’s images have been published internationally and can be found in permanent collections such as the George Eastman Museum, the Denver Art Museum, and the Museum of Fine Arts Houston.

Areas of Expertise

Analog and Experimental Photography

Education, Licensure & Certifications

University of Virginia
BA: Studio Art/Rhetoric & Communication Studies

University of Wisconsin-Madison
MA; Studio Art, Graphics Area

Virginia Commonwealth University

MFA; Photography


3D GRAPHICS & ANIMATION

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Carol Golemboski

Professor
  • Visual Arts (CAM)

Email Address:carol.golemboski@ucdenver.edu

Primary Phone:3035562484

B177 UCD

Carol Golemboski is a Professor of Photography at the University of Colorado Denver. Her creative process, defined by the use of black and white film and darkroom printing, combines photography and drawing in ambiguous and provocative ways. Golemboski has been the recipient of numerous grants and awards including 1st prize in the 2007 Project Competition from Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and individual artist fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Light Work and the Saltonstall Foundation. Her interactive artist’s book for the iPad Psychometry won the 2013 Independent Publisher Book Award for Outstanding eBook Achievement. Flash Powder Projects published a monograph of the same series, also titled Psychometry, in 2016. Golemboski’s images have been published internationally and can be found in permanent collections such as the George Eastman Museum, the Denver Art Museum, and the Museum of Fine Arts Houston.

Areas of Expertise

Analog and Experimental Photography

Education, Licensure & Certifications

University of Virginia
BA: Studio Art/Rhetoric & Communication Studies

University of Wisconsin-Madison
MA; Studio Art, Graphics Area

Virginia Commonwealth University

MFA; Photography

ART HISTORY

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Carol Golemboski

Professor
  • Visual Arts (CAM)

Email Address:carol.golemboski@ucdenver.edu

Primary Phone:3035562484

B177 UCD

Carol Golemboski is a Professor of Photography at the University of Colorado Denver. Her creative process, defined by the use of black and white film and darkroom printing, combines photography and drawing in ambiguous and provocative ways. Golemboski has been the recipient of numerous grants and awards including 1st prize in the 2007 Project Competition from Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and individual artist fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Light Work and the Saltonstall Foundation. Her interactive artist’s book for the iPad Psychometry won the 2013 Independent Publisher Book Award for Outstanding eBook Achievement. Flash Powder Projects published a monograph of the same series, also titled Psychometry, in 2016. Golemboski’s images have been published internationally and can be found in permanent collections such as the George Eastman Museum, the Denver Art Museum, and the Museum of Fine Arts Houston.

Areas of Expertise

Analog and Experimental Photography

Education, Licensure & Certifications

University of Virginia
BA: Studio Art/Rhetoric & Communication Studies

University of Wisconsin-Madison
MA; Studio Art, Graphics Area

Virginia Commonwealth University

MFA; Photography

ART PRACTICES

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Carol Golemboski

Professor
  • Visual Arts (CAM)

Email Address:carol.golemboski@ucdenver.edu

Primary Phone:3035562484

B177 UCD

Carol Golemboski is a Professor of Photography at the University of Colorado Denver. Her creative process, defined by the use of black and white film and darkroom printing, combines photography and drawing in ambiguous and provocative ways. Golemboski has been the recipient of numerous grants and awards including 1st prize in the 2007 Project Competition from Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and individual artist fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Light Work and the Saltonstall Foundation. Her interactive artist’s book for the iPad Psychometry won the 2013 Independent Publisher Book Award for Outstanding eBook Achievement. Flash Powder Projects published a monograph of the same series, also titled Psychometry, in 2016. Golemboski’s images have been published internationally and can be found in permanent collections such as the George Eastman Museum, the Denver Art Museum, and the Museum of Fine Arts Houston.

Areas of Expertise

Analog and Experimental Photography

Education, Licensure & Certifications

University of Virginia
BA: Studio Art/Rhetoric & Communication Studies

University of Wisconsin-Madison
MA; Studio Art, Graphics Area

Virginia Commonwealth University

MFA; Photography

DIGITAL DESIGN

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Carol Golemboski

Professor
  • Visual Arts (CAM)

Email Address:carol.golemboski@ucdenver.edu

Primary Phone:3035562484

B177 UCD

Carol Golemboski is a Professor of Photography at the University of Colorado Denver. Her creative process, defined by the use of black and white film and darkroom printing, combines photography and drawing in ambiguous and provocative ways. Golemboski has been the recipient of numerous grants and awards including 1st prize in the 2007 Project Competition from Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and individual artist fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Light Work and the Saltonstall Foundation. Her interactive artist’s book for the iPad Psychometry won the 2013 Independent Publisher Book Award for Outstanding eBook Achievement. Flash Powder Projects published a monograph of the same series, also titled Psychometry, in 2016. Golemboski’s images have been published internationally and can be found in permanent collections such as the George Eastman Museum, the Denver Art Museum, and the Museum of Fine Arts Houston.

Areas of Expertise

Analog and Experimental Photography

Education, Licensure & Certifications

University of Virginia
BA: Studio Art/Rhetoric & Communication Studies

University of Wisconsin-Madison
MA; Studio Art, Graphics Area

Virginia Commonwealth University

MFA; Photography

ILLUSTRATION

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Carol Golemboski

Professor
  • Visual Arts (CAM)

Email Address:carol.golemboski@ucdenver.edu

Primary Phone:3035562484

B177 UCD

Carol Golemboski is a Professor of Photography at the University of Colorado Denver. Her creative process, defined by the use of black and white film and darkroom printing, combines photography and drawing in ambiguous and provocative ways. Golemboski has been the recipient of numerous grants and awards including 1st prize in the 2007 Project Competition from Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and individual artist fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Light Work and the Saltonstall Foundation. Her interactive artist’s book for the iPad Psychometry won the 2013 Independent Publisher Book Award for Outstanding eBook Achievement. Flash Powder Projects published a monograph of the same series, also titled Psychometry, in 2016. Golemboski’s images have been published internationally and can be found in permanent collections such as the George Eastman Museum, the Denver Art Museum, and the Museum of Fine Arts Houston.

Areas of Expertise

Analog and Experimental Photography

Education, Licensure & Certifications

University of Virginia
BA: Studio Art/Rhetoric & Communication Studies

University of Wisconsin-Madison
MA; Studio Art, Graphics Area

Virginia Commonwealth University

MFA; Photography

PHOTOGRAPHY

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Carol Golemboski

Professor
  • Visual Arts (CAM)

Email Address:carol.golemboski@ucdenver.edu

Primary Phone:3035562484

B177 UCD

Carol Golemboski is a Professor of Photography at the University of Colorado Denver. Her creative process, defined by the use of black and white film and darkroom printing, combines photography and drawing in ambiguous and provocative ways. Golemboski has been the recipient of numerous grants and awards including 1st prize in the 2007 Project Competition from Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and individual artist fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Light Work and the Saltonstall Foundation. Her interactive artist’s book for the iPad Psychometry won the 2013 Independent Publisher Book Award for Outstanding eBook Achievement. Flash Powder Projects published a monograph of the same series, also titled Psychometry, in 2016. Golemboski’s images have been published internationally and can be found in permanent collections such as the George Eastman Museum, the Denver Art Museum, and the Museum of Fine Arts Houston.

Areas of Expertise

Analog and Experimental Photography

Education, Licensure & Certifications

University of Virginia
BA: Studio Art/Rhetoric & Communication Studies

University of Wisconsin-Madison
MA; Studio Art, Graphics Area

Virginia Commonwealth University

MFA; Photography