Full-Time Lecturer, Painting + Drawing firstname.lastname@example.orgPersonal WebsiteFields of Interest Critical Theory Drawing Gender Painting Printmaking AbstractionBackground and ExperienceSummaryEducationMFA, Painting and Printmaking, Yale School of Art, 2020Post Baccalaureate, Fine Arts, Brandeis University, 2018BFA, Art Education and Painting, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, 2014Carly Sheehan is a visiting full-time Lecturer in the Painting + Drawing program for the 2023-24 academic year. During her time at UW from Autumn through Spring, she will teach five undergraduate studios and one graduate seminar. She will also participate in graduate critiques and individual studio visits, and plan an exhibition at Sand Point Gallery. Carly Sheehan grew up in Massachusetts and lived on the East Coast before moving to Seattle to join UW this year. Her work has been exhibited in group shows at Green Shutter House, New Haven, Perrotin Gallery, New York, and a solo exhibition at Triangle Projects, LA. She has taught at the University of New Haven and Yale School of Art.