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eric-sung.jpgEric Sung

Associate Professor
Department of Art

Contact Information:

Hunt-Cavanagh Hall, Room 216


M.F.A. - Indiana University

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Biographical Information:

Professor Sung received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Richard Stockton State College of New Jersey in 2000, and a Master of Fine Arts in Photography from Indiana University, Bloomington in 2004. He serves the Department of Art and Art History as Associate Professor of Photography, teaching courses in both traditional dark room techniques as well as digital photography. Professor Sung has exhibited his works in Alabama, at Texas Tech University, and in the Ping Yao International Photography Festival in Ping Yao, China. His current work is influenced by the ritual performance found in Taoism and Buddhism. Before joining the faculty of Providence College, Professor Sung served as Assistant Professor of Photography at Southeastern Louisiana University.


Courses Taught:

Photography I, II, III (Color Photograph), IV, V (The Camera View), VI
Independent Study I (Special Topics in Photography)
Photography Thesis  

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