||Assistant Professor of Fine Arts
MFA, Painting, East Carolina University, 2002
BFA, Painting, Winthrop University, 1999
||118 McLaurin Hall
Foundations, Figure Drawing, Upper-level Drawing, Painting
is the Fine Arts Department's Foundations Coordinator. In addition to his main
charge of teaching foundations, professor Rouser also commonly works with art
students of all levels, giving instruction in multiple disciplines and media.
Professor Rouser is part of the Fine Arts Department’s technology and education
initiative, which has implemented a new focus on the use of digital technology
in the arts studio and arts education. He has been instrumental in developing
videos and other instructional materials for art education students to
effectively advance the use of digital technology in the K-12 arts classroom.
He has also worked to produce a series of instructional videos on drawing
through a grant from the Imagination Institute in Philadelphia, an affiliate of
the John Templeton Foundation. Professor Rouser's work has been exhibited in
many juried art competitions, group exhibitions, and one-man shows in galleries
and other venues throughout the Southeast.
His work as an artist has ranged in both media and style. Much of his
work displays a combination of various techniques and modes of image making to
create unique and innovative forms in two-dimensional art. In addition, Professor Rouser has produced
many solo and collaborative works using digital media, including experimental