Assistant Professor, Communication and The Arts
Office: SCA 316
- Courses Taught
- Educational History
- Professional Experience
MC Gensheimer started her career, in 9th grade, with a soldering gun, a can of orange spray paint, and a camera.
Her photographic and graphic work has been accepted regionally for publication and gallery exhibits. Most recently her work was accepted by the Erie Philharmonic for the celebration of their 100th year, the work "The Chair-ished Violin will be exhibited summer 2013. Recently, she returned from a workshop at the Denver Art Museum which explored the geometric work of Native American artists and craftsmen. On Friday July 5, she finished her first MOOC, on "The History of Rock and Roll." She finished the course- "with Distinction."
She currently serves as a member of the new GannonKnight sculpture group. And she is working on compiling the history of the Gannon Knight tradition. She lives in Erie, with her husband, two cats- Digit and Gracie and a dog named Cali.