Clark Stoeckley

Assistant Professor of Art & Graphic Design

Clark Stoeckley is an assistant professor of Art & Graphic Design at the American University of Kuwait and an interdisciplinary artist working in photography, drawing, mural painting, performance, video, and interactive media. Previously, Clark taught a variety of art and design courses at Bloomfield College in New Jersey. He earned an MFA in performance and interactive media art from Brooklyn College and a BFA in studio art from Webster University. His latest creative work includes photographs of stray cats in the Middle East and vibrant geometrical abstract paintings. As a courtroom artist he authored a graphic novel The United States vs. Private Chelsea Manning. His work has been featured in ARTnews, Hyperallergic, New York Magazine, Associated Press, The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, The Nation, Los Angeles Times, The Guardian, VICE, and PBS. His work has been exhibited in ten solo exhibitions and over seventy-five group exhibitions including shows at the International Spy Museum (Washington D.C.), Pratt Manhattan Gallery (NYC), Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis, Emily Harvey Foundation Gallery (NYC), EIDIA (Brooklyn), Revolt Gallery (Taos), Kunsthal Charlottenborg (Copenhagen), Hartware Medien Kunst Verein (Dortmund), and Contemporary Art Platform (Kuwait). He has painted over fifty murals and participated in more than one hundred and twenty juried art fairs across the United States.