Art and Digital Media
Mary Beth Koszut joined the Olivet faculty in 2012 to teach courses for the Art and Education Departments. Formerly a K-12 art teacher, she now heads up the art education program and teaches a variety of studio arts courses. Having received her MFA in painting from Bradley University in 2011, Professor Koszut continues to make and exhibit work on a local and national level. Her metaphorical images combine representational and abstract elements depicting the struggle to balance everyday life.
Learn more about her work and career at marybethkoszut.com.
To inspire her creative self, Professor Koszut enjoys wheel throwing, yoga, & hiking in the woods. She and her husband, Jeff Tongren, married in 2016, are now raising their 3 children: Evette, Charlie, & Anna Grace Tongren.
Professor Dombrowski is the assistant professor of art and digital media in the photography concentration, where he has taught since the fall of 2004. He was hired to take the rapidly growing photography concentration to the next level.
Prior to teaching at Olivet, he worked in the largest photography studio in Savannah, Ga. as photographer and digital media specialist serving local and international clients. In addition to his role as head of the photography concentration, he works with Image Group Photography (in Bourbonnais) on current projects that benefit the local community.