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Marguerite Perret

Marguerite Perret

Professor - Foundations
College of Arts and Sciences
Art Building
Rm 110
1700 SW College Ave
Topeka, KS 66621-1117
Degrees & Certifications
William Paterson University, Bachelor of Arts
Montclair State University, Master of Arts
Southern IL Univ-Carbondale, Master of Fine Arts
Academic History

Marguerite Perret is an Associate Professor of Art at Washburn University. Her arts-based research and social issue-engaged studio practice explores the promise, complications and sometimes contradictory narratives inherent at the interstices of art, science, healthcare and personal experience. She is the lead artist for the international and interdisciplinary dialogue “The Waiting Room Projects,” and has presented her collaborative work nationally and internationally. Recent commissions, temporary public art projects, collaborative installations, exhibitions and artist residencies include those at the Oklahoma State University Museum of Art, Stillwater, the University Museum, Groningen, the Netherlands, the International ZERO1

Biennial in San Jose, California, the Loyola University Museum of Art, Chicago, Montalvo Art Center, Saratoga, California and the Anderson Center for Interdisciplinary Arts, Red Wing, Minnesota. Publications include A Waiting Room of One’s Own: Contexts for the Waiting Room (2011), and “things you should know about”/Speak Loudly booklet series (2013 and ongoing). 

  • AR 120 A, 2D Design: Digital Elements
  • AR 120 B, 2D Design: Digital Elements
  • AR 390 A, Independent Study in Art
  • AR 400 A, Senior Exhibition
  • AR 403 A, Workshop in Art Media
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