Lynne E. Hull

Dept:
Humanities
Title:
FTF ART
Address:
9600 College Way N
Email:
Lynne.Hull@seattlecolleges.edu
Campus:
North Seattle College
Mailstop:
3NC2312
Phone:
2069344534

Courses

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  • Credits: 5.0
  • Class Day: TTh
  • Start Time: 1:00PM
  • End Time: 3:50PM
  • Room: AS 1633
  • Section: 06
  • ClassID: 1070C012
  • Course Title: Jewelry Design I
  • Credits: 5.0
  • Class Day: MW
  • Start Time: 1:00PM
  • End Time: 3:50PM
  • Room: AS 1633
  • Section: 06
  • ClassID: 1072C012
  • Course Title: Introduction To Alloying And Jewelry Casting
  • Credits: 5.0
  • Class Day: MW
  • Start Time: 1:00PM
  • End Time: 3:50PM
  • Room: AS 1633
  • Section: 06
  • ClassID: 1074C012
  • Course Title: Bench Techniques And Practices
  • Credits: 3.0
  • Class Day: ARRANGED
  • Start Time: ARR
  • End Time: ARR
  • Room: IB 2312
  • Section: 02
  • ClassID: 1081C012
  • Course Title: Special Problems In Art

Personal Statement

 As an arts educator, I am motivated to inspire creativity and innovative thinking. Creating art grounds the student and allows him or her to focus on what is at hand. Joy and discovery become part of their creativity. I believe that the arts are the immune system for our society. Doing art allows self-discovery. This sort of attentiveness to one’s life creates purpose and direction. Working with materials such as metal to create something, awakens the student to the physical world. I provide my students with a safe environment in which to work in terms of physical safety, and by providing a classroom that supports and encourages them to be experimental and inventive. They are rewarded when success is achieved.

As a Metalsmith, I am seduced by the materials I work with. Challenged by the technical aspects of the field, I allow the intuitive to lead the way. I believe that art comes from the heart as well as the head. I also believe that the making of an object is as important as the finished product. This is why I am dedicated to teaching my craft and honored to pass these skills on to anyone interested.

Degrees & Certificates

MFA, School for American Craft, Rochester Institute of Technology; BFA, Metal Design, University of Washington