NMSU Department of Art is pleased to welcome our newest faculty member,Wes Kline. Mr. Kline comes to New Mexico State University as an Assistant Professor of Photography, after teaching for two years at St. Lawrence University and six years at the University of Florida. He earned his MFA in Studio Art from the University of Illinois, Chicago (2005), his BA in Visual Art from University of Maryland Baltimore County (2003), and a BA in English from Grove City College (1996).
His research and work looks at “minor” pivots in modernist narratives, focusing recently on language, archive and landscape in relation to recent technological shifts. He has shown his work nationally and internationally and teaches courses in photography and extended media, including video, installation and sound.
This fall, Professor Kline will be teaching intermediate and advanced classes in digital photography as well as a class in advanced analog photography.