“I enjoy the diversity of interests, skills, and backgrounds among my students. Observing their artistic growth and working to facilitate the development of a personal vision are for me rewarding occupations. My hope is that students will take with them problem-solving skills, discipline, a lifelong curiosity about visual art, and an enduring involvement in the creative process.”
Professor of Fine Arts
M.F.A., SUNY New Paitz
Cynthia Cetlin joined the department in 1987, teaching metals, 3D design, art education, and art history.
Previously, Cetlin taught at Pratt Institute and Southeastern Massachusetts University. She has exhibited her jewelry and small sculpture in juried shows and small group invitational exhibitions throughout the country.