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Muffet Jones

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Lecturer, Art History

Muffet Jones is the coordinator for the Foundational Art 100 program at BSU. In addition she teaches upper division art history courses and the Art 102 survey. She received her MA, MPhil from Columbia University and was awarded the Gobetz Award for Scholarship in art history from New York University. Besides teaching at Columbia and Hunter College in New York, she was the archivist/curator for the Estate of Ray Johnson at the Richard L. Feigen Gallery in New York and the gallery director for the Anne Reed Gallery in Ketchum, Idaho.

She is the recipient of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation grant to develop an Open Educational Resource text for the Art 100 program at BSU which was completed in 2018 and is currently in use. Her work on Ray Johnson has been published in numerous exhibition catalogues. She presented a paper on OER research in Art History and Appreciation which was presented at the Open Education Conference in Niagara Falls, N.Y. in 2018. Currently, she is doing research on the work of Ed Kienholz in Idaho.