Artist in Residence

Danielle Krcmar

Danielle Krcmar, MFA

Danielle Krcmar has been serving as Babson’s artist in residence since 2003, teaching and mentoring students interested in the arts through drawing and sculpting. She also advises undergraduate students with their honors projects, acts as a creativity consultant with the MBA program, teaches art workshops for students, staff, and faculty, and organizes and manages art exhibitions on campus. Krcmar received the Elizabeth Greenshields Grant in 1993, and the Massachusetts Cultural Council Grant and the Blanche Colman Foundation Grant in 2001. Her work has been shown in The Fuller Art Museum, The Art Complex Museum, The Gallery at Green Street, and other galleries in New England and New York. Her work has been covered in The New York Times, Sculpture magazine, The Boston Globe, The Boston Herald, and Arts Media. She has taught at Brandeis University, Clark University, and The Museum School in Boston. Krcmar earned her MFA from UMass Amherst in 1996 and her BFA in sculpture in 1992 from SUNY Binghamton, where she received the SUNY Binghamton Foundation Award.