Jim Skalman has been teaching drawing, painting, and sculpture full time at PLNU since 1993. His multimedia sculptural installations have been exhibited extensively in local, national, and international venues such as the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (including four solo shows); Artpark, NY; University of Massachusetts, Amherst; University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; University of California, San Diego; San Diego State University; InSite International Biennial, Tijuana, BC; the David Lewinson Gallery; and Quint Contemporary Gallery. Skalman's work has been reviewed extensively and included in several books and museum catalogues.
Skalman grew up in San Diego. He is married and has two sons.
- B.S., Painting,Drawing, and Printmaking; San Diego State University
- M.F.A., Painting and Sculpture; University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
- Beginning Drawing – ART 115
- Experimental Drawing – ART 206
- Advanced Studio Practice – ART 390
- Senior Studio Exhibition Preparation – ART 466
Experience in Field
- 30 years making and exhibiting art.
- 30 years teaching university students how to make art and how to be artists
Professional and Community Involvement
- Art exhibitions, public art commissions, visiting artist engagements at several universities, museum lectures, and artist talks
Awards and Honors
- PLNU Rasp Grants
- PLNU Wesleyan Grant