Pam Griffin received her BFA from Syracuse University and her MFA from Temple University’s Tyler School of Art. She served as full-time art and design instructor at Cazenovia College from 1978-82, and drawing instructor at Syracuse University from 1979-82. Ms. Griffin has presented solo and group exhibitions at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA), Salem College, High Point Theatre Gallery, the Sawtooth Center, Nassau College, Goods Gallery, Cazenovia College, Syracuse University, and Tyler School of Art/Temple University Galleries.
Her work involves projects in graphic design, photography, art direction for film, music video productions, theatrical design, interior design, murals, large construction, and sculpture. Ms. Griffin’s most recent exhibitions at the Swift-Wade Gallery, Inter_Section Gallery and the Gateway Gallery in Winston-Salem were comprised of photographic works and large digital prints.
MFATemple University Tyler School of Art