Danielle Krcmar

  • Adjunct Lecturer
  • Associate Director, Visual Arts
Academic Division: Arts & Humanities
781-239-5888

Bio

Danielle Krcmar is a Sculptor and Curator. Currently Associate Director of the Visual Arts at Babson College, She has taught at Brandeis University, Clark University, and The Museum School in Boston. She has received grants from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, the St Botolph Foundation, The Blanche Colman Foundation, and The Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation. She has created outdoor installations for the Dartmouth Natural Resources Trust, Highfield Hall, Forest Hills Cemetery, and the Fort Point Channel Neighborhood in Boston. Her work has been shown in the Fuller Art Museum, the Duxbury Art Complex Museum, Stonehill College, Clark University, and other galleries in New England and New York. Her work was most recently featured in Ocean State Review and Quilting with a Modern Slant in addition to having be been reviewed in Sculpture Magazine, The Boston Globe, The Boston Herald, ArtScope and The Boston Phoenix among others.

Academic Degrees

  • MFA, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
  • BFA, SUNY Binghamton, University Honors

Courses

  • Degree Courses 2018

    • ART 1171 MIXED MEDIA DRAWING
    • ENV 4610 ART AND ECOLOGY IN THE ANTHROPOCENE
    • ART 1172 INTRO TO SCULPTURE

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Rodgers, V.L., Krcmar, D.M. (2018). Bridging the boundaries of science and art for business students: Integrating botany and artistic perspectives to teach environmental literacy. Journal of Sustainability Education.

Presentations

  • Art and ecology in the anthropocene: Integrating artistic perspectives with ecological systems thinking in a course for non-majors Rodgers, V. Krcmar, D. 102nd Ecological Society of America annual meeting, Portland, Oregon (2017)
  • Bridging the boundaries of art, science, and business: Integrating botanical art perspectives into a science class for business students Rodgers, V. Krcmar, D. 7th Meeting of the Association of Environmental Studies and Science (AESS) , San Diego, CA (2015)
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