Daniel Kojo Schrade
Daniel Kojo Schrade, associate professor of art, studied in Germany and Spain. He received an M.F.A. from the Academy of Fine Arts Munich, Germany.
His paintings and installations have been presented internationally including the Museo de Arte Contemporaneo/Oaxaca-Mexico; Alliance Francais/Kumasi-Ghana; Haus der Kunst/Munchen-Germany; Muzej Grada/Rijeka-Croatia; and the Mead Art Museum at Amherst College, MA. He has taught painting at the Kwame Nkrumah University/Kumasi-Ghana; the Academy of Fine Arts Munich; and the State Academy Rotenfels-Germany.
His work includes repeated motifs such as the “Afronaut” figure, and textual elements in the cycle entitled, “Brother Beethoven,” a series he started in 1999.
Daniel Kojo Schrade was a Copeland Fellow at Amherst College and has received grants and awards from the Cusanuswerk Foundation/Bonn-Germany, the Academy of Fine Arts Munich, and the District Government of Bavaria. His work is represented in various permanent collections such as those of the Museo de Cuenca/Spain; MACO/Mexico; the Bayerische Staatsgemaeldesammlung/Munich; Collection Diehl/Silvaplana-Swiss; and Collection Morat/Freiburg-Germany.
School of Humanities, Arts, and Cultural Studies
HACU-0250: Vagabonding Images: Abstraction and Non-Representational Painting (Fall 2013)
HACU-124T: Walking the Line/Drawing Tutorial (Fall 2013)
HACU-0250: Vagabonding Images: Abstraction and Non-Representational Painting (Spring 2012)
HACU-0370: Curatorial Seminar for Division III Students in the Visual Arts (Spring 2012)