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Contact Information

Lisa Saltiel, Program Support Specialist
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), BIC 2E07B
Phone: (630) 942-3303

Arts, Communication, and Hospitality Division Office
McAninch Arts Center (MAC), Room 219
(630) 942-2048



      Art Lecture

      Art Studio

      Virtual Faculty Art Show

      At the end of each fall semester, the Cleve Carney Museum of Art hosts an exhibition which highlights the creative work of faculty from the art and design departments. The exhibition gives students a unique opportunity to see artwork created by talented College of DuPage faculty members. Due to COVID-19, the exhibition moved online. Artwork showcased in the exhibition included drawings, paintings, sculptures and more. 


      COD Stories

      Kathy Baum

      "I hope my students believe their own creativity is stronger than they thought possible. The broad spectrum of people in COD art studios enriches the experience of education.” - Kathy Baum

      Kathy's COD Story

      COD Stories

      Marina Kuchinski

      "Being active in my field of expertise makes me a better teacher. When I learn, my students learn as well. My students’ talent and dedication is an inspiration to me as an artist." - Marina Kuchinski

      Marina's COD Story

      COD Stories

      David Ouellette

      "I want to inspire students the way I was inspired in those first art courses. It also allows me to pursue my own professional interests in art, art history and archaeology, which I can bring back to the classroom. It’s my life, and I just love sharing that with my students.” - David Ouellette

      David's COD Story


      Contact Information

      Arts, Communication, and Hospitality Division Office
      McAninch Arts Center (MAC), Room 219
      (630) 942-2048