Aaron Higgins

Assistant Professor of ArtPhillips Hall Room 218
aaron-higgins@utulsa.eduPersonal Page

Aaron enjoys teaching at the collegiate level and offers a comprehensive repertoire that covers beginning Fundamentals to advanced Digital Imaging and Animation. Empowering his students with the skills to think critically and communicate concepts about their art to others, Higgins fosters a learning environment that encourages experimentation and invention.

As a solo exhibitor, Aaron has begun to expand his reach and is pursuing opportunities to showcase his video installations in gallery spaces and non-traditional venues. His works have traveled nationally and internationally, including exhibitions in Chicago, Houston, Georgia; and film and media festivals in Sweden, and The Netherlands.

Education and Degrees Earned

  • MFA, Digital Art, Indiana University, Henry Radford Hope School of Fine Arts, 2009
  • BFA, Painting, Indiana University, Henry Radford Hope School of Fine Arts, 2000

Areas of Academic Specialty


Previous Teaching Experience

University of Tulsa- Henry Kendall College School of Art, Tulsa, OK:
    Visiting Assistant Professor : Fall 2010, present

Indiana University - Henry Radford Hope School of Fine Arts, Bloomington, IN
    Adjunct Faculty : Summer 2009, Fall 2009 
    Associate Instructor : Academic Years 2006-2009

Courses Taught at TU

  • Design 1 (ART 1183)
  • Digital Art & Interactivity (ART 4233)
  • Animation/Video Art (ART 4243)