Pacia Sallomi, Carroll University faculty

Pacia Sallomi

Professor of Art 262.650.4840 Humphrey Art Center 216


Art Photography


  • Texas Tech University, M.F.A. in Studio Arts, emphasis in Photography and Painting
  • University of New Mexico, M.A. in Art Education
  • University of California - Davis, B.S. in Community Nutrition, minor in Psychology
  • Licensed Midwife - State of New Mexico, trained at Shari Daniels Clinic in El Paso Texas

Areas of Specialization

Painting and Drawing; Cross-Cultural Experience-CCS300; Global Perspectives-CCS400.

Scholarly and Professional Achievements


Work exhibited nationally and internationally in over 100 exhibitions including shows juried by curators from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago.

Paintings have been exhibited in museums in Toulouse, France; Saitama, Japan; Milwaukee and West Bend, Wisconsin.


Published in books & journals including: Et Pour Toi, C’est Quoi l’Art? ;  Seasons of Change ; CALYX 

Book Cover Art :  Sundered; Engraved Tablet; Arc of Grief

Published collaborative book of paintings & poetry: Shield / Le Bouclier, which is included in the Morrison Library Special Collections, UC Berkeley and in the Franklin Furnace Artist Book Collection at MOMA in New York City.

Service to Carroll University and Profession

Carroll University

  • Served on numerous Carroll University Committees including: Academic Steering, General Education, Faculty Development, Tenure & Promotion, International & Multicultural Curriculum
  • Received external grants to develop and run an intergenerational art program with the Milwaukee Art Museum, senior citizens and Carroll students – Art for Life.
  • Teaches several international courses including: Travel Writing and Sketching in Italy

Honors and Awards


  • Percent for the Arts – Fine Arts Capital Renewal Collection.
  • Artist Residency at CAMAC in Marnay-sur-Seine, France


  • Received seven Faculty Development Grants at Carroll
  • Purchase Award, 23rd National Exhibition, Harper College
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