Trish Ramsay

Clinical Assistant Professor


MLHB 213

Curriculum Vitae


  • MFA (Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY)
  • BFA (University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA)


Professor Ramsay teaches Introduction to Basic Design and Textile Arts in the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences. Trish has taught in the areas of 2D and 3D Design, Metalsmithing, Fibers, Sculpture, Art Appreciation and Senior Portfolio. Her teaching experience includes Columbus State University in Georgia, where she was Assistant Professor of Art (2002-2008), Southeastern Louisiana University (2008-2011), and Lone Star College (2012-2013). Her artwork spans a variety of media and formats: textile and mixed media installation, wearables and works for the wall. Trish's work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, and is part of the Georgia World Congress Center Collection inAtlanta, GA. She has been published in American Craft Magazine and “500 Felt Objects” from Lark Books. Her artistic research has led her to work in Kiryu, Japan and in Fiskars, Finland. She lives in Huntsville with her husband, Edward Morin, Animation Professor at SHSU, and their daughter.