Daniela Barbani, MFA

Adjunct Professor, Department of Art

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Daniela Barbani, MFA, is an L.A. based artist. Utilizing screen printing and relief printing methods on non-traditional surfaces, her work explores and deals with the topics of the wildland-urban interface and society’s effects on local urban wildlife. Previous exhibitions include Gallery p3, Cactus Gallery, Occidental College, Azusa Pacific University, Sanda University, California State University, Channel Islands, California State University, Northridge, Eastern Kentucky University, California State University Long Beach, and the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art.


  • MFA, Printmaking, California State University Long Beach, 2020
  • MA, Printmaking, California State University Northridge, 2017
  • BA, Studio Art: Painting & Drawing, Azusa Pacific University, 2014

Academic Area

  • School of Visual and Performing Arts (College of the Arts)
    • Department of Art


  • Printmaking

Courses Taught

  • ART 111 - Printmaking Serigraph
  • ART 210 - Printmaking Relief
  • ART 315 - Printmaking II
  • ART 145 - Drawing 1
  • ART 240 - Drawing & Painting II
  • ART 135 - Three-Dimensional Design

Office Hours

By appointment

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