Darrell Wilson

Distinguished Teacher

Photo of teacher Darrell Wilson.

Darrell Wilson is a film artist and sculptor whose short films, media installations and sculptural works work have been exhibited at The Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, The Collective for the Living Cinema & The Museum of the Moving Image in New York City, The Cinematheque in Montreal, Gallerie Maximilien Guillot in Paris and various independent film festivals and galleries throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. Darrell has received grants from the New York State Council on the Arts, The New York Foundation for the Arts, The Canada Council on the Arts and the Jerome Foundation for Experimental Film. He has worked as production designer and artistic consultant for numerous independent film and video productions.

Darrell previously taught at Parsons School of Design and Rutgers University Fine Arts Department.

His first animated feature film 'Gilgamesh' is a contemporary interpretation of the Epic of Gilgamesh. His second feature work 'The Apotheosis of Antinous'- (a dance film about the love story of Emperor Hadrian and Antinous) is in pre-production and will be filmed in the coming year.

He is currently producing his first play titled '1960 to 1990 or Thereabouts' (an experimental performance about the HIV crisis in New York City).


Intermediate and Advanced Experimental Film Production, Media Mavericks, Frame and Sequence, First Person Narrative, Area Head for History and Criticism


MFA- Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University (Film and Performance Art)
BFA- Alfred University School of Art and Design (Sculpture and Drawing)