USM Art Department

Raphael Diluzio

Associate Professor of Digital Art and Design

Office Location

Science Research Bldg,CWing,5th flr,Portland & 203 Academy bldg,Gorham

Faculty Office Hours Fall 2016

P: Mon/Wed 8-9AM, Tues/Thurs Noon-1PM@CI-2 Lab, G: Fri 10-11AM@Acad.


207-408-5575, please text only

Academic Degrees

  • M.F.A., Drawing & Painting, University of Pennsylvania
  • B.F.A., Drawing & Painting, California State University


Raphael DiLuzio, is an Artist, Professor, Serial Creative and Director of the Ci2 SRS Learning Lab. As a practicing artist he considers himself a visulizer who works with traditonal painting, drawing, digital and interactive media, making artwork that is collected and exhibited internationally. For over 25 years he has maintained a deep interest in, and research of Creative Process Thinking. In 2013 he was awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) Grant to develop his proprietary methodology for teaching Creative Process Thinking to Science, Technology , Engineering and Mathmatics (STEM) Professors, Students and other non-Art persons which is one area of focus in his research. He teaches, Fine Art including painting, drawing and foundations as well as Desing Science and digital and time-based media.