Quentin Moseley has been on the faculty at the Maryland Institute College of Art since 1974, as a member of the Printmaking Department. He has been chair of the Printmaking Department, the Foundation Department, and has been Coordinator of Health and Safety at MICA. He received his MFA in 1972 from The Hoffberger School of Painting and BFA from Syracuse School of Art in 1970. The “Museum of Pre-History” is the context through which the artist appropriates ancient Paleolithic, Neolithic, and Bronze Age symbols, which he re-envisions to document and visualize our own inevitable biologic human concerns with sex, society, security and time. The artist has been inside a total of eight Paleolithic painted and sculpted caves in the Dordogne Valley of France and Spain, and has visited many of the great Megalithic sites of Brittany and the British Isles to inspire the “Museum of Pre-history” for his series of constructions, drawings, prints and neon.