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Rachel Eng

Assistant Professor of Art and Art History (2016)

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Professor Eng primarily teaches courses focused in ceramics and 3D mediums. In her own work, she undertakes projects that employ clay, video projections, and sounds to create layered and contemplative pieces as well as compositions using found materials. Change, decay, and regeneration are central content to these artworks and her work grapples with topics, such as climate change, land use/development, and their connection to memory.


  • B.F.A., Pennsylvania State University, 2010
  • M.F.A., University of Colorado at Boulder, 2013

2022-2023 Academic Year

Fall 2022

ARTH 224 Wheelwork Ceramics
A studio course exploring expressive possibilities offered by the potters wheel. Students will examine both utilitarian and sculptural aspects of the medium. A variety of clays, glazes and firing approaches will be examined.

ARTH 325 Advanced Ceramics
This advanced level ceramics course focuses on individual project development with processes utilizing the wheel and hand-building. Substantial glaze testing will build class color palettes in a range of firing temperatures and atmospheres. This course will allow for focused discussion and critiques on using clay as an expressive medium. This course will include discussion on topics such as: the use of ceramics in contemporary and historical artworks, participatory art, ephemeral art, and installation art. Prerequisite: ARTH 224, 226 or permission of instructor.