Computer Graphics and Interactive Media
Raven Featherstone embarked upon a career in Design and Photography with an emphasis in Computer Graphic Design and Motion Design. Held an internship with Master Printmaker, Lou Stovall. Featherstone received a degree from Maryland Institute College of Art with a Master of Art (MA) degree in Digital Arts and Pratt Institute with a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Computer Graphics and Interactive Media. She is a member of the Women's Caucus for Art in Greater Washington, DC, Siggraph ACM, member of the Women museum, Smithsonian Institute, Hill Center Artist and Strathmore Artist.
Professor Featherstone teaches the Two-Dimensional Concepts I/II, Typography I/II, and Production and Portfolio Techniques I/II and Studio Problems in Design courses at Howard University. In Washington, DC area, Raven has exhibited her work throughout the United States, Including Hill Center on Capital Hill, Touchstone Gallery, Manayunk-Roxborough Art Center in Philadelphia and Women Made Gallery in Chicago and many more. Featherstone has traveled extensively around the world from Europe, Africa and Asia, studying the culture and arts of these regions.