Art + Design Faculty

Jeff Ball

Associate Professor


B.A., Washington & Lee University
M.A., University Missouri-Columbia

Before coming to HCC in 2012, Jeff taught at Lane Community College in Eugene, Oregon, the University of New England in Biddeford, Maine, Minnesota State University-Moorhead, and Adrian College in Adrian, Michigan. His research interests are in public buildings and art in the United States. He is the co-author of The Decorations of the Missouri State Capitol, published by the University of Missouri Press in 2011.


Contact:
Phone: 443-412-2086
Email:  JeBall@Harford.edu

Kenneth Jones

Associate Professor


B.A., University of Delaware
M.F.A., University of Delaware

A visual artist, curator and collector with years of professional experience as a designer, art director and photographer, Jones has exhibited his work internationally in over 70 solo and group shows. His conceptual projects are related to imaging, commerce and collecting both found and marketed objects into prints, installations and performance. During a recent sabbatical, Jones engaged in research on "HPE 2 WRK U AGN SN: EPHEMERAL COMMUNIQUE 1920-1980" through an exhibition investigating the design history of QSL cards exchanged as proof of long distance wireless communication. Recently, Jones was a featured presenter at the Society of Type Aficianodos National Conference in New Orleans and led a international education program in London teaching typography.


Contact:
Phone: 443-412-2326
Email:  KJones@harford.edu

Jim McFarland

Professor


A.A., Delta College
B.F.A., Michigan State Univ
M.F.A., Michigan State Univ

Jim McFarland has taught sculpture, ceramics, graphic design, and printmaking classes since joining the faculty in 1990. He is a member of the International Sculpture Center and the National Council for Education in the Ceramic Arts (NCECA). He has taught at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, and regularly serves as a juror for art events in the region.

Jim has exhibited his sculpture in Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, among other cities in the Mid-Atlantic, as well as throughout Michigan and in the Midwest. He received a Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Award in 1999 and has two commissioned sculptures on campus at HCC.


Contact:
Phone: 443-412-2247
Email:  jmcfarla@harford.edu

Heidi Neff

Professor


B.F.A., U Illinois Urbana - Champaign
M.F.A., University of Iowa

Prof. Neff has taught painting, drawing, two-dimensional design and color theory classes since joining the HCC faculty in 2005. She is an artist who uses various painting and drawing languages as an embodiment of her search for meaning and passion in an oversaturated overexposed world. She has exhibited nationally in cities including New York, San Francisco, Chicago and Washington DC. She is included in the prestigious Drawing Center's Viewing Program and was included in the 2002 MFA edition of New American Painters Magazine curated by Lisa Dennison of the Guggenheim Museum.


Contact:
Phone: 443-412-2276
Email:  HNeff@harford.edu

Jeffrey Rollinger

Assistant Professor


A.A., Harford Comm College
B.F.A., Corcoran College Art & Desgn
M.F.A., Academy of Art University

Jeff Rollinger is a full-time, term faculty member of Art and Design/Photography. Possessing a long commitment to the program and the school, he is a graduate of Harford Community College having received his Associate of Art degree. He earned his Bachelor of Fine Art degree from The Corcoran College of Art + Design located in Washington, DC. Mr. Rollinger finished his education by attaining his Master of Fine Art Degree from The Academy of Art University in San Francisco, CA. Prior to accepting a full-time position at HCC, Mr. Rollinger taught adjunct at both Anne Arundel Community College and Harford Community College. Although most of his personal work is centered in portraiture, Mr. Rollinger engages passionately with the landscape and still life. His photographs have been exhibited nationally and regionally within galleries across both Maryland and the United States.


Contact:
Phone: 443-412-2350
Email:  jrollinger@harford.edu