Meghan Flynn Assistant Professor of Art


M.F.A., Washington State University
B.F.A., Iowa State University

Korver Visual Arts Center

Meghan Flynn holds degrees in studio art (BFA, Iowa State) and painting and drawing (MFA, Washington State) and comes to NWC with significant teaching experience. In addition to being featured in many solo shows, Meghan’s art has received numerous awards, including juror’s choice, director’s choice and first place awards at juried shows in states that include Washington, Connecticut, Wisconsin and Ohio. Meghan has also spent time studying art in Rome.

Instructor at Iowa State University, Washington State University, Iowa Western Community College, University of Wisconsin-Marinette, Bellevue University, and Yakima Valley College

Gallery curator, Theatre on the Bay Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Marinette

Juror for High School Art Competition, Iowa Western Community College

Editorial board member of the Northern Lights Arts Journal

Member of the Menominee, Michigan, Area Arts Council

Member of the Visual, Performing and Literary Arts Council, Washington State University

Starry Night Residency Program 4-Week Artist Residency, Truth of Consequences, New Mexico

Vermont Studio Center 4-Week Artist Residency, Johnson, Vermont

Excellence in Teaching Award, Yakima Valley College

Director's Choice Award in 62nd Annual Central Washington Exhibition, Larson Gallery, Yakima, Washington

Juror's Choice Award in Williams Prize Exhibition, Silpe Gallery, West Hartford, Connecticut

Best of Show in Octagon 47th Annual All Media Exhibit, Octagon Gallery, Ames, Iowa

First Place in 8th International Drawing Annual Publication, Manifest Gallery, Cincinnati, Ohio