Arthur S. Hillman
Photography, Printmaking, and Design
Division: Arts and Aesthetics
BFA, Philadelphia College of Art;
Philadelphia, PA, 1966; MFA, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, 1968
Areas of Interest:
Photography, Digital Photography, Printmaking, Artists' Books
Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA, 1968-74;
Chair, Printmaking Dept., 1970-74
Lectures on contemporary photography, Jewish art and artists, and printmaking have been given at Camp Isabella Freedman, Congregation Ahavath Sholom, Berkshire Museum, Berkshire School, University of the Arts and Bard College at Simon's Rock.
Mr. Hillman is a photographer, printmaker, and designer who has been exhibiting his prints for over 40 years. His work has been presented in 20 one-person shows and in dozens of group exhibits and national print exhibitions including ones at Dulin Gallery of Art, Hunterdon Art Center, Nicolet College, Northern Illinois University, Print Club of Philadelphia, Pratt Graphics Center, University of North Dakota, Williams College, Berkshire Museum, and the Library of Congress. Mr. Hillman’s most recent exhibitions feature digital prints from his portfolio, “Italia: Windows on an Ancient World.” Other recent projects include digital photographic collages based on Jewish themes and an ongoing series of landscape images. His photographs, photo silk screen prints, digital prints, and artists books are included in collections throughout the country.
Mr. Hillman organized and is the coordinator of the photography program at Simon’s Rock.
Office: Daniel Art Center
Personal Website: arthurhillman.com