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Jaime Arredondo

Part-time Faculty
jaime@jaimearredondo.com
(212) 992-7772
1 Wash Pl, Room 431

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Office Hours
Monday 12:45-1:45

Jaime Arredondo's interests include painting and Mesoamerican art, Culture, and religion. He has taught at NYU, the Parsons School of Design, Pratt Institute, and The New School. Arrendondo is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Ford Foundation Fellowship, the Mid-Atlantic Foundation Fellowship, and the New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship. In addition, he has had many solo and group shows in galleries and museums throughout the United States. Born and raised in Dallas, Texas he is the son of a primarily Native American father of Mexican heritage, and a Tejana mother. He has traveled extensively throughout Mexico and Central America studying the ruins and Cultures of that region. At Gallatin, he teaches a course entitled of Fire and Blood: Art-Making and Mythology of Mexico. Arredondo received his B.A. in Art from the University of Dallas and his M.F.A. in Painting from Yale University.

Jaime Arredondo

Education

B.A. Art, University of Dallas, 1980
M.F.A., Yale University, 1989

Recent News

Professor Jaime Arredondo was awarded a permanent public art commission for the MTA, "Garden of Earthly Delights," comprised of 36 mosaics that will be installed at the 6 train Zerega station in the Bronx in the spring of 2015.

 

Courses

2016 Spring

Of Fire and Blood: Art-making, Culture and Mythology in Mexico

2015 Spring

Of Fire and Blood: Art-making, Culture and Mythology in Mexico

2014 Spring

Of Fire and Blood: Art-making, Culture and Mythology in Mexico

2013 Spring

Of Fire and Blood: Art-making, Culture and Mythology in Mexico

2012 Spring

Of Fire and Blood: Art-making, Culture and Mythology in Mexico