A wide shot of a ceramics studio, featuring students working with pottery wheels and other tools.
MJ stands beside a painting in a gallery. She has tight curls in her blonde hair and she wears a blazer over a white t-shirt.

MJ Lounsberry

Lecturer

Bio

Education: BFA, 2017, School of the Art Institute of Chicago; MFA, 2023, SAIC; Exhibitions: 2023, Women on the Verge, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago; 2021, Baby Blue Gallery, Chicago; Awards: SAIC Leon W Guggenheim Scholarship 2021-2023.

Courses

Title Department Catalog Term

Description

The Department of Painting and Drawing offers a wide variety of comics courses, ranging from traditional to experimental methods and techniques. Each course is designed to focus on a specific area of comics production. To learn more about the topic of a specific comics course in which you are interested, please review the course description for that particular class.

Class Number

1892

Credits

3

Description

Students draw from the model as a means of understanding form, shape, and line using a variety of media. The course emphasizes shorter poses as training in immediate response to gesture and form. This course serves as a requirement and preparation for topic-based Figure Drawing B classes.

Class Number

1846

Credits

3