Faculty Profile

Judy Rifka-Tenenbaum

ADJUNCT PROFESSOR, ART & TECHNOLOGY
Email: jtenenba@stevens.edu
Website
School:  College of Arts & Letters
Department:  Visual Arts & Technology
Program:  Art and Technology
Education

B.A., Art/Art History, SUNY, Old Westbury
M.A., Education, Adelphi
New York Studio School, 2 year Cert. 

General Information

Judy Rifka's career spans over 50 one-person shows and countless group exhibitions; her work can be seen in numerous public collections in museums and foundations, throughout the United States and Europe. Her work has been featured in major exhibitions at 1983 Whitney Biennial and the 1975 Whitney Biennial; The Museum of Modern Art, New York; Documenta VII, Kassel; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Carnegie Mellon University; Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia; The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York; The Brooklyn Museum; The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield; Moderner Kunst, Vienna; Laforet Museum, Tokyo; Kansas City Art Institute; The Hudson River Museum, Yonkers; Kunst Rai, Amsterdam; Mint Museum, Charlotte; Bass Museum of Art, Miami; The Museum of Fine Art, Boston; Rhode Island School of Design, Providence. Rifka has been widely written about, and featured in, among other places, Art Forum, Art in America, Kunst Forum, Tema Celeste, Flash Art, The New Yorker, Elle and New York Magazine.

Experience

Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York
Columbia University, New York
Princeton University, New Jersey
Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois
Brooklyn Museum School, New York
University of Michigan at Rochester, Michigan
University of Rochester, Rochester, New York
Wayne State University, Detroit Michigan
Tamarind Institute, New Mexico
Fabric Workshop, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Maryland Institute, College of Art, Mount Royal Graduate School
Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Vermont
Vermont Studio School, Johnson, Vermont
Tandem Press, Madison, Wisconsin
Vermont Studio School, Johnson Vermont

Courses
  • HAR 391 Introduction to Principles of Form and Design II
  • HAR 394 Drawing II