Design and Innovation Instructor
Mina Zarfsaz is an internationally known designer and interdisciplinary artist who works across the fields of art, architecture, and design. Her work seeks to invert common tools and social control to create dialogue, exchange critical perspective, generate questions and ideally inspire a better understanding of what we perceive as reality and its representations.
Zarfsaz has attended Pratt Institute and received her MFA from Montclair State University. She holds a BFA from State University of New York, a BA in Business Administration from University of Alzahra and an Interior Design Certificate from Tehran University.
Zarfsaz has lectured at many institutions, published internationally and her work has been shown in galleries across New York: Magnan Metz Gallery, Broadway Gallery, Times Square Museum, and New York State Museum to name a few. Her work is also featured in Artslant, New York Arts Magazine. Recently, Zarfsaz has joined the art collective Vox Populi in Philadelphia as a member and the board of directors’ member representative. At Vox she focuses on education and exhibition programming.