Ingrid Steiner

Ingrid Steiner is an art history and design history lecturer at Gnomon School of Visual Effects, Games, and Animation as well as  at California State University, Dominguez Hills. She has authored and taught face-to-face, blended and online art history and design history classes. She holds a MA in Humanities with a specialization in Art History and a MS in Education, specializing in Online Teaching and Learning. Her humanities research interests focus on colonial American Virginia portraiture and the migration of British baroque portraiture into the colonies, particularly the collection of William Byrd II. Her education focus is on student motivation and the scholarship of teaching and learning.

Steiner has spoken both domestically and internationally on William Byrd II and art history pedagogy. She is interested in creating communities of student-student interaction which enhance motivation and performance. Most of all, she wants her students to experience and value the wonderful interconnectedness of the arts and humanities in their daily lives.