Glen Snow MFA NZ, BFA (Hon) Painting UK Glen Snow is an artist with a studio practice based in Auckland. He gained his Master of Fine Arts at the Elam School of Fine Arts, Auckland University, in 2012, having previously studied at the University of the Arts London (UAL), at its Camberwell College site for his BFA (Hon.) Painting. Glen has exhibited in London and New Zealand and is included in such public collections as the Wallace Arts Trust. He has an ongoing interest in writing and has been published in the Psychodynamic Practice journal, Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, along with the on-line critical art-review site EyeContact. In regard to his own artwork, his area of interest and research is with painting as a site where material acts and doings are understood to be articulations of thought. Glen teaches on the Whitecliffe Foundation programme, usually within the painting core curriculum, as well as on the Undergraduate and Master of Fine Arts programmes, within both the studio and contextual schedules. Glen has been part-time lecturing at Whitecliffe since 2011.