Kristine Diekman, M.F.A.

Video, VPA

Kristine Diekman is a media artist whose work is shown internationally. She is committed to making socially integrated work while exploring issues on a personal level. Her work addresses institutionalization, language, mental illness, somatic experience and feminist identity through documentary, narrative and poetic strategies. She is recipient of grants from New York State Council on the Arts, New York Foundation for Arts, Paul Robison Foundation, Rhode Island State Arts Council, City of San Diego, and California State Council on the Arts. She is Professor of Video at California State University, San Marcos, where she has developed the Community Video Project which works with community members to produce videos to solve problems affecting the region. She serves on the Board of Directors of Media Arts Center, San Diego. She received her M.F.A. in Sculpture from Rhode Island School of Design, and B.S.S. from Cornell College with an emphasis in Literature and Chinese Studies. Personal Website

Office: ARTS 301
(760) 750-4188

kristine diekman