Marguerite I. Fuller, MFA, has been named interim gallery director at the University. Ms. Fuller will oversee the exhibitions at the Mahady Gallery, the Maslow Study Gallery, and the Suraci Gallery at the University.
Ms. Fuller is an artist and educator from New Milford, Pa. She received her bachelor of fine arts degree in ceramics from the University of Delaware and her master of fine arts degree in photography from Marywood University. She has worked in the art galleries at Marywood for more than ten years, serving first as a graduate assistant to the previous director of the art galleries, Sandra Povse. She then proceeded to serve as a preparator, a trained individual who works directly with objects in museums, art galleries, and various other venues, for the Art Galleries at the University.
Ms. Fuller taught darkroom photography and worked as the photography studio technician at the University for three years. She is a freelance photographer and has exhibited both ceramic and photographic works throughout the Northeast region. Prior to teaching at Marywood, Ms. Fuller was an art instructor for the Peters Valley School of Craft Youth Program, Layton, N.J., and spent a summer there as the photography studio assistant.
Farming and growing healthy foods are passions of Ms. Fuller, who also works for an organic farm in Harford and takes the flowers and produce to the Farmers’ Market in Scranton.
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