Raymond Veon

Raymond Veon is the Assistant Dean for Arts Education at Utah State University (USU) and the Founding Director for the Beverley Taylor Sorenson Arts Access Program, which reaches students with special needs through the arts. In addition to his administrative duties, Professor Veon also teaches in the Department of Art and Design at USU. He studied at the Maryland Institute, College of Art (MFA/Painting), Kent State University (B.A./Art Education), and the Burren College of Art in Ireland where he developed a body of site-specific and conceptual art. He recently moved to Utah from Atlanta, where he was the Director of Fine and Performing Arts for the Atlanta Public Schools and taught at Georgia State University. He has been recognized for both his art and teaching, and has received numerous grants which together total over $1.3M.