Colleen Stockmann is a scholar, curator, and artist currently serving as Assistant Professor of Art History at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minnesota. Stockmann completed a PhD at the University of Minnesota in 2020.
My research explores art processes and natural history in the Atlantic world with an emphasis on North America.
Eighteenth-century map of South Carolina by Henry Mouzon picturing the indigo plant and plantation diagram.
I co-run a research workshop on global histories of color, the cultivation and circulation of pigments and dyes in the Atlantic world.
Image documents the remnants of a recent indigo dye workshop.
Notes on my writing and my work as a publication director.
Image of a jacket by Bode made from a vintage quilt, read more in the article I wrote for American Craft Inquiry.