Todd Schroeder

Todd Schroeder

Todd Schroeder

  • B.F.A., painting, Ohio University, 1990
  • M.F.A., painting and sculpture, Kent State University, 2002
First year at SCAD:

Schroeder is inspired by being engaged in the world of ideas and serving as a catalyst for students to expand their approach to thinking about art and its possibilities. The problem-solving side of production also inspires him, working with students to figure out how to make things.


Todd Schroeder has exhibited his work in venues including New York City, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Atlanta, Oberlin, Denver, Savannah, Hong Kong, Belgrade and Novi Sad in Serbia, Podgorica, Budva, Bar, Herceg Novi and Kotor in Montenegro, and SCAD Lacoste in France.

Awards, recognition and honors

Full scholarship and teaching assistantship, Kent State University; Margaret Brown Krecker Prize; purchase prize by Trisolini Gallery, Ohio University; Murray P. Stern Memorial Scholarship, Dean's Scholarship, School of Fine Arts Scholarship, Ohio University


Board of directors, Spaces Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio

Publications and presentations

Schroeder's work has been reviewed in The New York Times, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, TimeOut/New York magazine, Savannah Magazine and many other publications.

Previous Positions

Taught art, drawing and design at Kent State University and Oberlin College in Ohio; freelance artist, art installation, studio manager, New York City

On the Web

Courses Taught

  • PNTG 203 Oil-based Media Exploration
  • PNTG 206 Water-based Media Exploration
  • PNTG 302 Intermediate Painting
  • PNTG 366 Conceptual Art Practice
  • PNTG 401 Alternative Media Exploration
  • PNTG 404 Abstract Painting
  • PNTG 409 Advanced Painting
  • PNTG 415 Painting Senior Seminar
  • PNTG 502 Graduate Painting Methods Studio
  • PNTG 503 Graduate Advanced Painting
  • PNTG 704 Formal Aspects of Painting
  • PNTG 741 Painting: Directed Project
  • PNTG 768 Painting Studio IV
  • PNTG 775 Advanced Painting Studio Analysis
  • PNTG 790 Painting M.F.A. Thesis