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Tinkelman to be Inducted into Society of Illustrators Hall of Fame
Murray Tinkelman, professor and director of the Low Residency MFA in Illustration program at the Hartford Art School, will be inducted into the Society of Illustrators Hall of Fame at a ceremony in June.
Since 1958, the Society of Illustrators has elected to its Hall of Fame artists recognized for their distinguished achievement in the art of illustration. Artists are elected by former presidents of the Society and are chosen based on their body of work and the impact it has made on the field of illustration.
In another honor, Tinkelman will be awarded an honorary doctorate from Kendall College of Art and Design in Michigan in May.
Tinkelman is an internationally renowned illustrator, educator, and art historian. He and his wife, Carol, brought the Low Residency MFA in Illustration program to the University of Hartford in 2006. This prestigious program is designed for working illustrators, designers, and art educators who want to enhance their illustration skills, further their careers, and/or teach at the university level. It is the only low-residency MFA program in the country dedicated exclusively to illustration.