printmaking, drawing, artists books, digital media and installation media
Jillian Sokso joined George Fox’s Department of Art and Design in 2014 as an associate professor of art. She came to the university from Houghton College in New York, where she worked as an associate professor of art (2013-14) and assistant professor of art (2005-13). She also served as art department chair at the institution from 2007 until 2014. In 2013-14 she earned several distinctions for her work, including being named a visual arts fellow at the Virginia Center for Creative Arts, and the artist in residence at both the Contemporary Arts Center at Woodside in Troy, N.Y., and at the Department of Art and Art History at Birmingham Southern College. Her areas of specialization are printmaking, drawing, artists books, digital media and installation media.
Sokso holds an MFA in print media from the University of Delaware (2005) and a bachelor of fine arts in two-dimensional fine arts from Moore College of Art and Design (2003).