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Collin Asmus

Collin Asmus walking down a street away from the camera with a large back pack on and mountains in the distance
Professor and Chairperson of Art and Art History; Foundations Coordinator
Art Building, Room 201

BFA, Birmingham-Southern College
MFA, Louisiana State University, Sculpture

University of Georgia Study Abroad Program, Cortona, Italy
Vermont Studio Center Artist Residency
Atlantic Center for the Arts Residency

Collin Asmus has been a faculty member in the BSU Department of Art and Art History since 2004. He serves as the Foundations Coordinator and teaches classes in Painting, Drawing, 2D Design, 4D Design, and Animation. Asmus received his BFA from Birmingham-Southern College in 1990 and his MFA from Louisiana State University in 1993. He also studied marble carving in Cortona, Italy with the University of Georgia and attended the Atlantic Center for the Arts where he worked with Malcolm Morley. Asmus’s artwork deals with issues of distance, time, perception, and knowledge in both traditional and contemporary formats. When not teaching or making art, Asmus likes playing guitar, baking rustic breads, and traveling with his wife and daughter in their camper, "The Beatle."
Area of Expertise
Painting, Sculpture, Drawing, Design, Animation, Video, Digital Art