Mark S. Moak
Under the auspices of the British School at Athens, Mark has worked at and for the Minoan excavations at Palaikastro, Crete, since the late 1980s. This has led to numerous professional and public lectures and presentations at home and abroad. Mark has brought these experiences into the classroom as well as taken students abroad to participate in foreign study tours. Mark has been a member of the faculty at Rocky Mountain College since 1987.
Mark has also spent the past 25 summers staffing fire lookout towers in Arizona and Idaho for the U. S. Forest Service with his wife, Rhett, and is a drummer for the MidLife Chryslers. Comprised of four doctors, an athletic trainer and a college professor, this local, classic rock band plays primarily for charitable causes.
British School at Athens, American Institute of Archaeology, Artist-Blacksmith's Association of North America, Forest Fire Lookout Association, MidLife Chryslers
Mark's specialties include jewelry/metalworking, calligraphy, ancient art history and digital photography.
- ART 190 Art Seminar I
- ART 220 Art History Survey I
- ART 221 Art History Survey II
- ART 232 Painting II
- ART 243 Digital Photography
- ART 244 Calligraphy
- ART 252 Jewelry and Metalwork I
- ART 321 Topics in Art History I
- ART 323 Topics in Art History III
- ART 342 Printmaking
- ART 352 Jewelry and Metalwork II
- ART 483 Senior Project
- ART 490 Art Seminar II