Diana Bush

Teaching Associate Professor

School: College of Arts and Letters

Building: Morton

Room: 206

Phone: (201) 216-5392

Fax: (201) 216-8245

Email: dbush@stevens.edu


Modern and Contemporary Art History of Photography The potential for time-based practices, the cinematic in particular, to create opportunities for critical engagements of stasis-based objects Aesthetics and historiography, especially as the latter informs public reception through writing, collecting, and exhibition practices Collage, montage, and other appropriative practices The potential for the inherent instability of modern technology to allow for creative engagements and interventions in artistic production, public reception, and pedagogical practice

General Information

Current: Independent educator at The Museum of Modern Art, New York. In Adult and Academic Programs: Develop and test innovative pedagogical strategies in gallery sessions and seminars. In Community and Access Programs, which serve underserved and nontraditional communities: Develop digital classroom initiatives and projects; design and lead gallery-based sessions in the Art inSight and Interpreting MoMa programs.

Institutional Service
  • College of Arts and Letters Seminars Member
Professional Service
  • Group for educational justice and the arts member
Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Currently developing a manuscript of “The Dialectical Object: John Heartfield 1915 – 1933" for publication.

Professional Societies
  • CAA – College Art Association Member
  • CAA – College Art Association Member