Sheridan Adams, MFA

Sheridan Adams is the Director of Instructional Design and Development Services with the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning at the University of Maine.

Sheridan graduated from Bowdoin College with a Bachelor’s degree in Medieval European History and a minor in Studio Art. After graduation, she worked for the Polaroid Corporation as an Electronic Imaging Specialist. She left Polaroid when she started having nightmares that boxes of film were crushing her in the warehouse. Then, she enrolled at the Savannah College of Art & Design, where she earned an MFA degree in Painting.

In 2004, she returned to Maine and enrolled in the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies program at the University of Maine, concentrating in New Media production. That same year, she co-founded a production company that specialized in video and design work, and began teaching as an adjunct instructor for UMaine.

Sheridan has taught classes at the University of Maine in Digital Art, Digital Narrative, Game Design, Innovation Engineering, Media Production for Intermedia, Motion Graphics, Project Design, Prototyping, Tools of Intermedia, Tools of New Media, and Video Production, and she has presented at SXSWedu. In addition to her work at CITL, she is a member of the graduate faculty for the Intermedia MFA program.