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Arts, Film & Media Faculty

Teresa Hayes Ebie is an art historian and teacher who holds an MA in Art History from Memphis State. She has taught New Mexican art history for Northern, for UNM-Taos, and other institutions. Teresa has held curatorial positions with the Roswell Museum and Art Center, Roswell, NM; the Snite Museum of Art, University of Notre Dame, IN; and the El Paso Museum of Art, TX. She is a board member of the Southwest Art History Council, and currently teaches History of NM Art and Architecture, Modernist art in NM, History of Art I & II, and Intro to Art at Northern.

David Lindblom, a professional filmmaker, grew up in Los Alamos, NM. He received his BA from Grinnell College. and his MFA in screenwriting from the Institute of American Indian Arts.

He edited "A Personal Journey With Martin Scorsese Through American Movies" with Scorsese's legendary motion picture editor Thelma Schoonmaker.

He filmed and edited "Land Water People Time," (Best Documentary, New Mexico Filmmakers Showcase). He's held key creative positions on "No Star for Romaine," "Four Stories about Water," "Torcida," "Cut From Capulin," (about 102 year-old New Mexican Academy Award winner Elmo Williams), "Without A Tribe: Survival of New Mexico's Ransom Captives," and a documentary about the Española filmed feature "Blaze You Out."

David is cinematographer/editor on a series of films about domestic abuse and has won several CASE awards for films he and his students have made to promote Northern. He has taught at the College of Santa Fe and New York University,

Northern offers over 50 bachelor's, associate and certificate programs in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math); Nursing and Health Sciences; Liberal Arts and Humanities; Arts, Film & Media; Business Administration; Teacher Education and Technical Trades.
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