Ramya Ravisankar, Ph.D. | Capital University, Columbus Ohio
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  • Ramya Ravisankar, Ph.D.

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    Art
    Huber-Spielman
    139

    614-236-6450
    rravisankar@capital.edu

    • Biography

      Ramya Ravisankar is a multidisciplinary artist and educator. Her artmaking and academic research practices are convergent as they both draw on her South Asian heritage, interest in technology, philosophy, art history, and post-qualitative and experimental research methodologies. Ravisankar is active in research and scholarship as both an exhibiting artist, designer, and art education researcher and scholar.

    • Degrees Earned

      Doctorate of Philosophy in Arts Administration Education and Policy/Ohio State University
      Master of Fine Arts in Studio Art/Pratt Institute
      Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics/Ohio State University
      Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting & Drawing/Ohio State University

    • Teaches

      Drawing 
      Life Drawing
      Painting and Drawing
      Digital Computer Imaging
      Graphic Design
      Advanced Topics in 2D Art
      Art History 

    • Publications

      Ravisankar, R. (2019). Artmaking as entanglement: Conceptualizing agency through a
      diffractive methodology. In R. Irwin & A. Sinner (Eds.) Provoking the Field: International Perspectives on Visual Arts Dissertations in Education (pp. 103-110). Bristol, United Kingdom: Intellect. 

       
      Hur, H., Ravisankar, R., Smith-Shank, D., & Turk, R. B. (2016). The nest as metaphor: Reflections on mentoring, growth, and material culture. Visual Inquiry, 5(3), 393–405. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1386/vi.5.3.393_1