Professor Mary Robert

Richer London

An International Education,
A London Location,
A Global Future

Dr Mary Robert

Dean, School of Liberal Arts

Professor Mary Robert

Biography
Originally from the USA, Mary Robert has lived and worked as artist and academic in London since 1978. She earned her BA from the University of Akron in Ohio, USA, and her MA from the Royal College of Art in London, UK. Currently Professor of Lens Media and Dean, School of General Education at Richmond, the American International University in London, she also taught for several years at the Royal College of Art. Robert has worked on many commercial and fine art projects in the UK, Europe, Africa, Asia and the Americas. Her photographs are widely published, internationally exhibited and collected both privately and publicly. She is particularly well known for her portrait work including portraits of a wide range of international classical musicians.


Faculty Research

Pleasure Zones, The University Gallery, The University of Newcastle, Australia. Catalogue produced by University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand. June 2013. (3 women: Group show)

East Meets West, Michigan State University Museum, Michigan State University, USA. Solo exhibition. January – April 2013.

Private Views, Second International Conference on THE IMAGE, Kursaal Congress Centre, San Sebastian, Spain, September 2011.

Seeing Double, Athens Institute for Education and Research, Arts and Sciences Research Division, 2nd Annual International Conference on Visual and Performance Arts, June 2011.

Photographic Portraits, Media Trends 2011: Women’s Rights and Gender Equality, Webster University, Geneva, Switzerland, March 2011.

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I teach on:
General Education Core Curriculum: First Year Seminar
BA: Art, Design and Media


Some of the courses I teach:
ADM 5205 – Off the Wall
ADM 5405 – Photography: Theory & Practice
FYS 3145 – Clouds and Holes: Creativity Workshop


Research Interest & Expertise:
Photography and video, particularly portraiture as it relates to issues of gender and identity
The Liberal Arts, particularly its role in international higher education