Eric Jackson-Forsberg Adjunct Professor
Phone: (716) 888-2416
BA - Hamilton College
MA - State University of New York at Buffalo
Eric Jackson-Forsberg currently teaches history of architecture courses at Canisius. He is associate curator for the Martin House Restoration Corporation, and former curator of Collections and Exhibitions at the Castellani Art Museum, Niagara University. Jackson-Forsberg received his BA from Hamilton College, with a concentration in creative writing and, after several years in the corporate world, his MA in art history from UB. His thesis was titled Gustav Klimt and the Female Figure: Typologies and Transgressions. Since 1998, he has taught various art history courses at SUNY Fredonia, Daemen College and UB; he also contributes fine arts reviews to Artvoice and The Buffalo News. He has a particular interest in fin de siecle (turn-of-the-century) art and culture, the arts and crafts movement and performance art.