Jamie Kotewa graduated in 2001 with a B.F.A. in Art Therapy. Kotewa graduated from Purdue University in 2003 with her Master of Arts degree before returning to Millikin University to teach. She served as Lecturer of Art, teaching drawing and photography courses, and Instructor/Manager for Blue Connection, Millikin’s retail art gallery, where she taught the Entrepreneurship in the Arts course. Kotewa’s work has been displayed in solo exhibitions throughout Decatur and at the Wells Cultural Center in Lafayette, Indiana. She has received awards from the Quincy Art Center and Ivy Tech State College, among others.
Elizabeth Frownfelter graduated from Millikin in 1999 with a B.F.A. in Art Therapy. After graduation, Frownfelter moved to Washington, DC, where she started working for a non-profit arts organization called The Art League as Registrar and Art Camp Manager. While there, she started teaching art for youth in after-school programs. Frownfelter recently moved to Stratford, VA, where she teaches after-school art classes. She has recently been accepted into the University of Mary Washington's professional studies program in Fredericksburg, VA, where she will gain her licensure to teach special education and earn a Masters in Education.
Career Field Artist/Professor
A Career in the Arts
Michael Wille, BFA Studio Art, 1997 ,is the Director of the School of Art at Illinois State University. Michael has also exhibited his paintings in numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout the United States and abroad. He has had his artwork featured in the 2003, 2006, and 2008 Editions of New American Paintings, and is affiliated with Hoffman LaChance Contemporary in St.Louis, and Soho Mriad in Atlanta, Georgia. http://www.michaelwille.com/
An Artist and Educator
Nathan J. Cox, BFA 1996, is both a 2-D and a 3-D artist, a maker of mixed-media drawings, copper and mixed-media sculpture, fine pottery, and sculptural ceramic vessels. His work has been featured in over 80 solo, group, juried or invitational regional and national exhibitions, where it has won numerous awards, and has also been published in Ceramics Monthly Magazine, the foremost periodical publication on ceramic art in the U.S.