Diane Fellows

Diane FellowsAssociate Professor
Lead Departmental Advisor
203B Alumni Hall
(513) 529-6447
fellowd@miamioh.edu

http://www.dianefellows.com

Courses Taught (Past Two Academic Years)

ARC 107 Global Design
ARC 301/401/402C Architecture Studio
ARC 4/504V Film & Mixed+Multimedia
ARC 701 Pre-Thesis Design Studio

Educational Credentials

M. Arch., University of Oregon, 1992
M. F. A., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1987
B. F. A., Photography, Philadelphia College of Art, 1978
Professional Development: International Summer School for Forced Migration, Refugee Studies Center, University of Oxford, UK, 2018 (Certificate of Participation)

Professional Development:

International Criminal Law and Human Rights (course), New York University, School of
Professional Studies, 2021
International Summer School for Forced Migration, Refugee Studies Center, University of
Oxford, UK, 2018 (Certificate of Participation).
Rockefeller Fellow, Center for Advanced Visual Studies, (CAVS) Massachusetts Institute of
Technology (by invitation), 1987

Teaching Experience

Associate Professor, Miami University, 2009-Present
Assistant Professor, Miami University, 2002-2008
Visting Lecturer, University of Missouri, Kansas City, 2001-2002
Graduate Teaching Fellow, University of Oregon, 1990-1992
Lecturer, Summer Architecture Academy, 1990

Professional Experience: Selected Projects

Project Designer, Ellerbe Becket Inc., (AECOM) Kansas City, Missouri, 1997–2001

The HCS Wellness Center, Hörster Spirale, Lage-Hörster, Germany
Spectrum Center Arena, Charlotte, North Carolina
Thomas & Mack Arena, University of Nevada-Las Vegas; Jacksonville Municipal Stadium (EverBank Field), Jacksonville, Florida

Diane Fellows Design, Denver, Colorado, 1994–1996

African-American/Negro League Baseball Exhibit, 1885-1951, Historic Denver and the Colorado Rockies, Coors Field, Denver, Colorado
The Real West Exhibition, Denver Consortium: Quenroe Associates; Barker Rinker Seacat & Partners Architects, Denver, Colorado
Japan, China and India Galleries, Dayton Art Institute, with Quenroe Associates, Boulder, Colorado

Davis Partnership Architects, P.C., Denver, Colorado, 1994-1995

The New Elitch Gardens (Six Flags) Denver, Colorado

Selected Works: Exhibits / Screenings

2021        On the Question of Power, 2021 Cimarron National Works on Paper Exhibition,
                The Gardner Gallery of Art at the Oklahoma State University Art Museum
                (Larissa Goldston. Juror, ULAE, NYC) photography / assemblage
                Purchase Prize: The permanent collection of the Gardiner Gallery, Oklahoma State
                University Art Museum.


                Kaskia San Whose Are You, Episode 9: Andalusian Romance. “We Gather Together in
                Music" series. Miami University Performing Arts Series, College of Creative Arts,
                University Symphony Orchestra Production. (link: Kaskia San Whose Are You) Invited.
             

                A Beautiful Tango, Digital Fringe Festival, Theatre Department, CCA
                Miami University, Oxford, OH. Video Installation.

2020

This Water Cuts Its Own Course, Digital Fringe Theatre Festival, Miami University, Theatre Department, College of Creative Arts, November 5 (video - online screening)                               
Selected: Toronto International Women’s Film Festival, 2021.
Award: Gold Laurel, Best Historical Film

2019

Kissed Away. Part II. The Empty Room, Art as Advocacy: Promoting Equity and Social Justice for Women, SAA Visual Art Center, Springfield, Illinois. (video still)

On the Question of Power, 39th Annual National Juried Exhibition, “A Sense of Place”, Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art, Augusta, GA. (photography)

And That’s As Far As the Story Goes, with Myaamia Tribe participants, Artecha: Art and Technology Event, Miami University, (exterior soundscape and video installation)

2017

Call for Prayer and Wadi Rum, 6th Annual Juried International Exhibition of Islamic Contemporary Art, Irvine Arts Center, Irvine, TX (curator: Linda Karmoff, Islamic Art, LACMA)

Children of Nablus / Checkpoint, In Transit, The VETS Gallery, Providence Rhode Island, (curator: Abigail Newbold, Director of Exhibitions, ICA, Boston, MA)

The Conversation, Juried International Competition, Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, (curators: Anna Katz, MOCA, and Dhyandra Lawson, LACMA)

2016

At Sea, Official Selection, Directors Circle Festival of Shorts, Nominated for Best in Genre: Experimental Film

2015

The Conversation and Inside the Green Line / Love in Ramallah, 4th Juried International Exhibition of Islamic Contemporary Art, LuminArté Gallery, Dallas, TX (curator: Salma Tuqan, Contemporary Art of the Middle East, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK)

2014

The Children of Nablus / Checkpoint, New Directions ’14, Barrett Art Center, Poughkeepsie, NY, (curator: Lynne Warren, MCA, Chicago)

2012

Loving Bruce and The Stuyvesant Town Tapes, Invitational Group Exhibit, Reflective Conversations: Typography, Topography, Typology, North-West University Gallery, Potchestroom, South Africa (curator: Ian Marley, North-West University, Potchestroom, South Africa) (artist book and digital film)

2008

The Alley (digital film), New York Festivals Awards, International Television and Film Awards: Finalist Certificate / Category- Short Film: Historical

2007

TopoNarratives 1-4: LottumStraße, Intermédialité, Théatralité, (Re)- Présentation et Médias (Intermediality, Theatricality, Performance, (re)-Presentations and The New Media), University of Montreal and LANTISS (Laboratoire des nouvelles technologies de l’image, du son et de la scene), Canada, (digital film, paper presentation)

Selected Book Chapters / Articles

Fellows, Diane “Social Media, Shelter and Resilience: Design in Za’atari Refugee Camp”
In Shelters for Protection, Mark E. Breeze and Tom Scott-Smith eds., Berghahn Press, New
York: Oxford, 2020 (Book Chapter)

Fellows, Diane. “Erasures: Temporality and the Second Generation”, International Journal of
Urban and Regional Research, Volume 33 Issue 4 Pages, Blackwell Publishing, UK, 2010

Fellows, Diane. “Strings are everywhere, she exclaimed.” Proceedings of the International
Conference for Integrating Urban Knowledge & Practice, Gothenburg, Sweden, Digital (on
Disc), 2005

Presentations

“Social Media, Shelter and Resilience: Design in Za'atari Refugee Camp”, Shelters of Protection Conference, University of Oxford, UK, 2018

“The Moving Image: Research + Design Process”, Architectural Research Centers Consortium (ARCC) Conference, The Visibility of Research 2013, Charlotte, NC, March 27- March 30, 2013

“Contesting Boundaries:  Academia, Design, and Experiencing Global Crises in Real Time”,  6th International Conference on  Design Principles & Practices, UCLA,  (co-author: Sahar Qawasmi, RIWAQ-Ramallah, The Occupied Territories, Palestine), 2012

“New Frontiers in Research and Pedagogy: Collaborative Approaches in Architectural Education”, ACSA 100th Annual Conference, Boston, March 1- 4, 2012 (co-author Stacy Brinkman, Miami University)

Publications

Fellows, Diane. “Erasures: Temporality and the Second Generation”, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, Volume 33 Issue 4 Pages, Blackwell Publishing, UK, 2010

Fellows, Diane. “Strings are everywhere, she exclaimed.” Proceedings of the International Conference for Integrating Urban Knowledge & Practice, Gothenburg, Sweden, Digital (on Disc), 2005

Grants/ Fellowships

For The Greater Good (FGG): Boundaries, Borders, and the Imaginary,
Funded by Global Initiatives 2021-2022
Altman Faculty Scholar, The Humanities Center Altman Fellows Program “Migrations”. Miami
University, August 2020 - May 2021
Howe Center for Writing Excellence, Faculty Writing Fellows, Spring 2021
Scholarship and Research Grant: International Summer School for Forced Migration, Refugee
Studies Center, University of Oxford, England., Funded by College of Creative Arts, June 30,
2018 - July 13, 2018
Travel Expenses Conference: Shelters for Protection, Funded by Refugee Studies Center,
University of Oxford, England, July 18, 2018 - July 20, 2018
Faculty Research Grant (OARS); School of Creative Arts: Research / Film work: Israel,
Palestine (The Occupied Territories), 2013
Altman Faculty Scholar, The Humanities Center Altman Fellows Program, 2011-2009
Rockefeller Fellow, Center for Advanced Visual Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
1987

Professional Memberships and Service

Divisional Promotion and Tenure Committee, CCA, 2021-present
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion (DEI)-Justice Task Force, Department of
Architecture and Interior Design, 2020-present
Certificate in College Teaching Committee, 2019-present
CCA Committee of Lead Departmental Advisors, 2017-present
University Committee on the Evaluation of Administrators, 2015-2018
Dept. Coordinator: Exchange program with Fachhochschule Rosenheim, Univ. of Applied
Sciences, Rosenheim, Germany, Current
College of Creative Arts Curriculum Committee, 2009-Present
Dept. Curriculum Committee, 2002-Present
Dept. Graduate Committee, 2002-Present