Lisa Capone - Adjunct Instructor
Lisa CaponeAdjunct Instructor
Art and Design Education
Steuben Hall 2
14/SP-ADE-215B-01 Fieldwork in Art & Design Education: Special Populations
13/FA-ADE-616B-01 Fieldwork in Art & Design Education With Special Needs Populations
1995 PRATT INSTITUTE ART + DESIGN, Brooklyn MFA Sculpture Post Baccalaureate Art Education
Lisa Capone is a Pratt MFA / Art Education graduate and artist who works primarily in the 3D realm using a variety of materials and processes and incorporating drawing as a key component. Her pieces have been featured in Art In America, Interior Design and House + Garden among other publications. Upcoming exhibitions include Fusion (A New Century of Glass) at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art in the summer of 2012. Representation for her commercial designs include Barneys and Museum of Arts + Design in NYC.
Lisa’s work as an educator combines a passion for art + design with a particular focus on the use of off site venues to learn and teach about both. Along with recent classes taught such as Teaching In The Galleries she was an instructor in the Art Education Abroad Program in Lucca, Italy for three summers. She currently runs 'Chess Knights' an after school chess based program she started in 2011 for children living in shelters.
Interior Design Magazine, Accretion, 101, illus., September 2006
House + Garden Magazine, 30-31, illus., February 2005
Art In America, Sue Taylor, Objets Trove, 159, illus., May 2004
New Glass Review, Corning Museum Glass, Deluge, 9, illus. Volume 15, / 2004
Exhibition Catalogue, 20 Alumni Pratt Institute, Continuous Consumption, 5, illus.
2007-Current SALON ENFANTS, New York City, Owner/Director Summer Art Program
1997-Current CHESS FORUM, New York City, Consultant + Children’s Program Director
2005-2010 CREATIVE CLASSROOMS, New York City, Art Staff Developer + Instructor
2003-2005 PRATT INSTITUTE SPECIAL PROGRAMS + STUDIO IN A SCHOOL, New York City, Liaison + Site Monitor
2002 – 2005 STUDIO IN A SCHOOL, New York City, Site Monitor
Pratt Institute Faculty Fund Grant / Twice Received
New Glass Review One Of 100 Significant Glass Works, Corning Museum Of Glass
Mriiam Abrahms Grant For Sculpture
McMellin Award For Emerging Talent