David Woolf is an artist, licensed architect and a professor of architectural design. His research has explored teaching pedagogy, sculpture, constructed photography and the integration of building systems. His professional and scholarly work has been exhibited and published nationally and internationally.
His earned his bachelor of science in design from the University of Cincinnati, where he studied painting, drawing, ceramics, photography, filmmaking and graphic design. He completed his master of architecture degree at Harvard University, where he studied under Donald Stull and Richard Meier. Later, he earned an MFA in visual art from Vermont College, where he studied under Steven Kurtz, a founding member of the performance art group Critical Ensemble. Woolf has worked for well-known architecture firms, such as Skidmore Owenings and Merrill (SOM) and Richard Meier. He established his own architectural practice in 1983 and has practiced art since he was five.
Prof. Woolf has taught at the Boston Architectural College, the City University of New York, and the New York Institute of Technology. In 1992, he came to Norwich to serve as a founding member of the School of Architecture + Art. He was awarded the Homer L. Dodge Award in Teaching Excellence in 1999 and a Dana Professorship in 2012.
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