Jon Monaghan, M.F.A. Headshot


  • Art
  • School

  • Rome School of Music, Drama, and Art
  • Expertise

  • Contemporary and New Media Art
  • Computer Animation
  • 3D Printing and Digital Fabrication
  • Biography

    Professor Monaghan teaches a variety of digital art and design courses in addition to directing the Senior Studio Art Seminar. Monaghan also directs the Digital Art and Design Certificate and is the academic advisor for all Studio Art Majors. He is also the Chair of the Art Department and manages the Salve Regina Digital Arts Lab in Mullen Library.

    As a practicing artist, Monaghan works with computer animation and 3D printing to create otherworldly objects and narratives. Drawing on wide-ranging sources, such as historical artworks and science fiction, his works elicit subconscious anxieties associated with technology and consumerism. Notable exhibitions and screenings of his work include The Sundance Film Festival, The Walters Museum of Art in Baltimore, The Frist Center for the Visual Arts in Nashville, and The Palais de Tokyo in Paris. He has given workshops on 3D printing at Anderson Ranch Arts Center and The Metropolitan Museum of Art. His work has been featured in several media outlets including The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and The Village Voice.