Lucinda Bliss

Alt MFA Critic

Lucinda Bliss is an artist, writer, teacher, and administrator with 20 years of experience in higher education. She currently serves as Dean of Graduate Studies at Massachusetts College of Art and Design and has held faculty and administrative positions at the New Hampshire Institute of Art, Colby College, and Union Institute & University, among others. Bliss holds a BA degree in Art History from Skidmore College and an MFA in Visual Art from the Vermont College of Fine Arts. Her work has been shown at venues including Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy, the Ogunquit Museum of Art, Aucocisco Gallery, Common Street Arts, Landmark College, The University of New England, Bates College Museum of Art, the University of Arizona, the Tucson Museum of Art, The Brattleboro Museum, and the Boston Center for the Arts, among others. Bliss is currently engaged in a project exploring history, genealogy, and narratives of privilege and oppression with the Stanley Whitman House in Farmington, CT.

Lucinda is available for private critique.