Adam Kitzerow is an artist and educator living and working in the Tampa Bay Area. He received his BFA from the Maine College of Art with a major in traditional painting and a minor in drawing. He later received his MFA in studio art from the University of South Florida. He continues to be a working artist, exploring many different mediums including painting, drawing, design, sculpture, video and performance art. In 2018 he became an affiliate faculty member at RMCAD. In addition to that, he continues to serve as an adjunct instructor at The Art Institute of Tampa and has previously been an adjunct instructor for the University of Tampa and St. Petersburg College, among others. In addition, Adam has extensive experience as a gallery director and an exhibition coordinator having held those positions at the University of South Florida.
See examples of Adam’s studio and student work here.
2D Design, 3D Packaging, Drawing I, Drawing II, Experience Design, Information Visualization, Interaction Design, Layout Design, Methods of Inquiry, Rapid Visualization + Prototyping, Raster Image Processing, Sign + Symbol, Topics in Color Space, Type & Layout, Typography, User Prototyping, Vector Illustration, Visual Sequencing.