Dwayne Carter

Faculty, Richland College


History With DCCCD

  • Has taught in Richland College's Multimedia Learning Center since it opened in 1996
  • Taught studio art classes at Richland from 1981 to 1996, including Digital Imaging, Design, Drawing and Painting
  • Taught Drawing at Brookhaven College and Design at University of Texas at Dallas

Educational Background

  • Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of North Texas
  • Master of Fine Arts from the University of Oklahoma
    • Both degrees focused on painting and drawing with hours in video and in contemporary film history

Professional Memberships and Associations

  • Director of the Richland Digital Media Festival
  • Chair, DCCCD Multimedia Curriculum Committee

Awards/Accomplishments

  • Richland College 2005 Associate Faculty of the Year
  • 2002 Leader of the Year in the DCCCD Leadership Program
  • Has had video, interactive works and animations included in the Aurora New Media Art Festival, Dallas Video Festival and at the University of Texas at Dallas
  • Has exhibited digital art and paintings at the Latino Cultural Center, Bath House Cultural Center, RO2 Gallery, Plush Gallery and MFA Gallery

Related Professional Experience

  • Created art for CBS Productions such as "Walker Texas Ranger" and "Dangerous Curves," as well as the movie, "It Takes Two" (TPT Inc.)

  • Worked as an artist at a sign shop, book bindery and as a freelancer

  • Multimedia Developer for Richland College, collaborating with Faculty in Theater, English and Biology to create interactive educational and creative projects

  • Has exhibited art and videos in galleries and festivals for more than 30 years

  • Co-organized the 2016 Freefall Festival of Art, Poetry and Performance

  • Board member of Dallas Artist Research and Exhibition from 1992-1995