Professor June Bisantz received her Masters of Fine Arts degree in painting from Claremont Graduate University in California.
She has lived and worked in Boston, Los Angeles and New York City. Her work has been shown in galleries and museums including the Brooklyn Museum of Art, NYC, the New Britain Museum for American Art, the Discovery Museum, the William Benton Museum, the Copley Society of Art, Boston, MA, the Kohn Turner Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, the Painting Center and A.I.R. Galleries in New York City and Gallerie Alexi in Budapest.
Since 1999, she has been the recipient of commissions and grants to support her public projects on billboards, buses, movie theater screens and street signs including Fellowships from the Connecticut Office of the Arts, the Berkshire Artist Trust Fund, the The Women’s Foundation and the Connecticut State University System.
Ms. Bisantz is also a musician who has co-produced several collections of original jazz, all of which have received national recognition. Her current recordings, based on the vocal work of legendary jazz artist Chet Baker, have received international airplay.
Professor Bisantz teaches in Eastern’s Digital Art & Design Program, which she began in 1994.