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AWARDS . BIBLIOGRAPHY . COLLECTIONS . CURATED . EDUCATION . EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE . EXHIBITIONS . ORGANIZATIONS . PERFORMANCES . RELATED EXPERIENCE . REVIEWS . SOLO EXHIBITS
 
SELECTED AWARDS
2009 Full-Year Sabbatical Leave (2009-2010)
Westchester Community College
2007 State University of New York Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Scholarship and Creative Activities
2005 New York Foundation for the Arts Fellow in Sculpture
Westchester Arts Council, Design Commission for Cultural Tourism Center, White Plains, NY
2002 Director’s Choice Award - Westchester Biennial 2002, Castle Gallery, New Rochelle, NY
1995 Studios Midwest Artist in Residency, June-August, Galesburg, IL  
1990 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Fellowship
1983 Islip Art Museum 1st Award/Sculpture, Annual Juried Competition, Helen A. Harrison, Juror, East Islip, NY
1979 National Sculpture 1979, 2nd Award, Robert Pincus-Witten, Juror, Huntsville, AL
1979 Mississippi Museum of Art, Merit Award, Sculpture Competition, Jackson, MS
 
BIBLIOGRAPHY
2013 Draw! 2nd Edition and E-book. Published by Kendall-Hunt (Co-authored with Laurie Steinhorst)
2010 Made in the U.S.A.: Modern/Contemporary Art in America, Judy Collischan
Draw! (Drawing textbook), Co-authored with Laurie Steinhorst, published by Kendall-Hunt
2003 College Art Association, CAA National Conference 2003 Session Co-chair, Search/ Research: Artists in the Archives, NYC
Double Vision: Contemporary Artists Look at the Poetry of Emily Dickinson, Maryanne Garbowsky, Putnam Hill Press, Chester, Vermont, 2002
2000 A Dictionary of the Avant-Gardes, 2nd Edition, Richard Kostelantz
1992-00 Who’s Who in American Art
1997 Language as Object: Emily Dickinson and Contemporary Art, Susan Danly, Editor,
University of Massachusetts Press
1989 Lines of Vision: Drawings by Contemporary Women Judy Collischan Van Wagner, Hudson Hills Books, NYC
 
SELECTED NOTICES & REVIEWS

New York Times, Metro Section, Susan Hodara, An Old Technology Transformed, 5/19/13
New York Times, Arts Westchester, Susan Hodara, An Outdoor Exhibition of Cow-Proof Art, 8/28/11
Queens Chronicle, Willow Belden, Bridging Rivers, Bridging Cultures, 6/4/09
New York Times, Arts Westchester, Susan Hodara, A Show of Heartfelt, Diverse Works, 2/8/09
New York Times, Westchester, Benjamin Gennocchio, 9/28/08
New York Times, Westchester, Feature, Susan Hodara 8/26/07
New York Times, Westchester, Feature, Roberta Hershenson 8/28/05
New York Times, Arts & Leisure, Holland Cotter 3/13/05
New York Times, 9/12/04
Journal News. 9/17/04
New York Times, 6/13/04
North County News
, 6/2-8/04
Westchester County Times, July 2004
New York Times
, 9/12/04
Journal News, 9/17/04
Journal News, 9/18/04
Journal News, 6/2/02
Journal News, 4/7/02
Times Herald-Record, 11/2/01
Westchester Weekly, 10/26/00
Journal News, 6/1/01
New York Post, 4/13/90
Westchester Weekly, 4/6/98
Gannett Westchester, 4/1/90
Peekskill Herald, 5/8/97
City Sun, 17-23/90
Gannett Westchester, 3/17/95
Newport This Weekend, 9/11/86
Peekskill Herald, Review, 1/25/95
New York Times, 7/28/85
New York Times, Review, 2/16/92
Newsday, 8/6/85
New Haven Register, Review, 10/20/91
New York Times, 1/19/81
Village Voice, “Choices” (Kim Levin) 4/24/90
Newsday, 1/9/81
Women Artists News, Review, fall ’90
Ceramics Monthly, Jan. ’81

 
SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2012 Azarian McCullough Art Gallery, St. Thomas Aquinas College, Portrait of the Artist as an Arrogant American, Sparkill, NY
2010 Fine Arts Gallery, Westchester Community College, Portrait of the Artist as an Arrogant American, Valhalla, NY
Field Library Gallery, Portrait of the Artist as an Arrogant American, Peekskill, NY
2008 The Chappaqua Library Gallery, The Reciprocity of Grace and Gravity: Notes to Self, Chappaqua, NY
Fine Arts Gallery, Westchester Community College, Flag Series, (8'x12' drawings in charcoal), Valhalla, NY
2005 Harold L. Drimmer Library and Learning Resource Center, Return of the Last Library, Installation, Westchester Community College, Valhalla, NY
The Peekskill Project, “Spirits of the Underground Railroad,” Peekskill, NY
2004  The Peekskill Project, “Flood” (a site-specific installation) Pugsley Park, Peekskill, NY
Maxwell Fine Arts, “Transforming Identity,” Peekskill, NY
Ford Piano, Bessie Smith Meets Beethoven, (Installation), Peekskill, NY 
2002 The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Ceres Project Room, Funded Exhibition, NYC
1997  Ceres Gallery, The Last Chance Salon: Games for the Millennium, NYC
Westchester Gallery, Selections from The Last Chance Salon, White Plains, NY
1995 Windows on Greene Street, Errors Selavy, Installation, SOHO, NYC
1994 SOHO 20 Gallery, Spirit and Substance: Sculptural Lecterns & the Spoken Word, NYC
1991 Artspace, Gray Matters: The Last Library, New Haven, CT
Kingsborough Art Gallery, CUNY, Gray Matters: The Last Library, Brooklyn, NY
Westchester Gallery, Selections from Gray Matters: The Last Library, White Plains, NY
1990 SOHO 20 Gallery, Gray Matters: The Last Library, NYC
1989 Franklin and Marshall College Art Gallery, Solo Exhibition, Lancaster, PA
1987 SOHO 20 Gallery, Studio Equipment Sale: Sculpture Based on Artists’ Tools, NYC
1985 SOHO 20 Gallery, Sculpture and Drawings, NYC
1979 Meridian Museum of Art, Art and Life & How I Felt About the Ladder, Meridian, MS
   
 
PERFORMANCES
2012 Peekskill Arts Alliance, Fast fold Demo, for Pop-up gallery on Main Street, Peekskill, NY
2010 Collaborative Concepts: Saunder's Farm, The Meadow Mogul Performance, Garrison, NY
2006 National Conference of the Women’s Caucus for Art, ”Virginia Woolf & Harriet Tubman with a
Room and a Railroad for Our Own Times, NYC
1998 Marymount College, Irony, (for “World Peace Through Performance”) Tarrytown, NY
1995 One Station Plaza, Unafraid of Virginia Woolf and Lectern for Sojourner Truth, Peekskill, NY
Marymount College, Butler Rotunda, Lecterns for Sojourner Truth and Virginia Woolf, Performance for Women’s Day 1995, Tarrytown, NY
1994  National Conference of the Women’s Caucus for Art, Virginia Woolf & Harriet Tubman with a
Room and a Railroad for Our Own Times, NYC
1993 Bywood Gallery, Benefit Performance of Lectern for Harriet Tubman, Peekskill, NY
 
COLLECTIONS

PUBLIC:

Triplex Gallery, B.M.C.C., CUNY, Permanent Collection
Islip Art Museum, East Islip, NY, Permanent Collection

PRIVATE:

James and Gail Addiss, NYC; Michael and Susan Dorsey, Greenville, NC; Jan and Mary Douglas, NYC; Marcy B. Freedman, Croton-on-Hudson, NY; James B. and Susan Foster, Fort Collins, CO; Eugenia C. Foxworth, Riverdale, NY; Jonathan and Marina Haight, Hudson, NY; Richard Kostelanetz, NYC; S. Katherine Lochridge, Cornwall, NY; Bill Maxwell, Dana DeVito, Peekskill, NY; Nick Mottern, Peekskill, NY; Judith Ostrowitz, NYC; Jonathan and Lucy Penner, Tucson, AZ; Joe and Harriet Pfeifer, Yonkers, NY; Terry Raskyn, Putnam Valley, NY; Marvin Schwam, NYC; Claudia Shwide and Fred Slavin, NYC; Eileen and Jorge Yajure, Peekskill, NY; Sue and Jerry Wexler, Chicago, IL

 
EXHIBITIONS CURATED
2014 Paramount Hudson Valley, "Brains, Boobs, & Backbones: Women Artists/Women's Issues" part of Peekskill: The Power of Women Artists: 3months/3venues/3goals, Peekskill, NY
2013 "Artists in the Archives" (including The "Alternet," "Book Marks," and The "Call to Everyone".) Exhibition is traveling to libraries and venues from 2013-2015. Venues include libraries in Shrub Oak, Elmsford, Chappaqua, Peekskill, Ithaca, Rochester, and NYC in New York, the public library in Teaneck, New Jersey, and BookWorks in Asheville, North Carolina.
2012 BeanRunner Café, Ballot Box: 20 Artists Consider the Presidential Election Peekskill, NY
"Five at Ten Ten" Pop-up Gallery for Peekskill Open Studios 2013, 1010 Park Street, Peekskill, NY
 
SELECTED EXHIBITIONS
2014 Ceres Gallery, "Ceres @30" Members and Associates Exhibition, Chelsea, NYC
2013 The Arts Center of the Capital Region, 2x2 Collective: double consciousness, Guest Artist, Troy, NY
Paramount Center for the Arts, Peekskill Arts Alliance: "Music to My Eyes," Peekskill, NY
Blue Door Gallery, Focus on Film, Yonkers, NY
Savannah College of Art and Design, "Post Haus: F.A.T.E. Members' Exhibition, Curated by Elaine Gustofson, Savannah, GA
Peekskill Arts Alliance at Westchester Community College Art Gallery, "It's Not Always Black & White" Juror: Ellen Keiter, Curator, Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NY
The Peekskill Project 2013, Sponsored by Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Pop-up Gallery on Main Street, Peekskill, NY
2012 Peekskill Arts Alliance Small Works Exhibition, Peekskill, NY
Center for the Digital Arts: Peekskill Open Studios, Points of View, Peekskill, NY
Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Pop-up Gallery The Peekskill Project 2013, Peekskill, NY
Croton Free Library, The Best Books You'll Never Read: Not Books by the Cathouse Associates, Croton, NY
Peekskill Open Studios, Windows on Main Street with The Cathouse Associates, Peekskill, NY
Monteverde at Oldstone, 125th Anniversary of the Field Library, with The Cathouse Associates, Garrison, NY
2011 Center for the Digital Arts: Peekskill Faculty Show, Peekskill, NY
The Paramount Center for the Arts: Art Along the Hudson, Group Show, Peekskill, NY
Collaborative Concepts at Saunder's Farm: The Farm Project 2011, "Obscura" Performance with Howard Goodman, Curated by: Marcy B. Freedman, Garrison, NY
Augusta Savage Gallery, U Mass, Amherst: (inside) joke, Group Show Curated by Sherry Mayo, Amherst MA
2010 BRC Gallery: BeanRunner Café, Wireless Connections: Art by The Cathouse Associates, Collaborative Art by Dana DeVito, Marcy B. Freedman, & Carla Rae Johnson, Peekskill, NY
2009 Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art at the Hat Factory, For the Love of Art, Curated Exhibition of works by contemporary artists from the Hudson Valley, Peekskill, NY
Henry DeFord III Gallery, Transpositions Along the Queensboro Bridge, Curated by Judith Tolnick-Champa, at CITI, Long Island City, NY
Long Beach Island Foundation, Beyond WORDS Bookfest 2009, Curated Exhibition, Loveladies, NJ
Ceres Gallery, Shimmerings, Curated Summer Group show, Chelsea, NY
2008 Ceres Gallery: Curated Summer Group Show Chelsea, NYC
The Hat Factory: Collaborative Concepts Curated Group Show at The Hat Factory, Peekskill, NY
The Flat Iron Gallery, The Mirage of Collage, (with The Cathouse Associates) Peekskill, NY
The Westchester Art Workshop/Peekskill Open Studios 2008, Peekskill, NY
TSL Art Gallery, War: Material and Lies, Hudson, NY
Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art: The Peekskill Project 2008, at Bruised Apple Books, The Cathouse Associates: "This is Not a Book" (in collaboration with Dana DeVito and Marcy B. Freedman) Peekskill, NY
2007 Fine Arts Gallery, Westchester Community College,, Common Ground: Proposals for Public Art, Valhalla, NY
2006 Butler Gallery Marymount College of Fordham University, “Past but Present: Fifty Years of Faculty Art” Tarrytown, NY
Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art: The Peekskill Project 2006 – Collaborative Works on Paper, An Exhibition at “The Cathouse” (adjacent to Maxwell Fine Arts) by Dana DeVito, Marcy B. Freedman, and Carla Rae Johnson, Peekskill, NY
2005 University Art Gallery, Indiana State University, Contemporary Women Artists: New York, Curated by Judy Collischan, Terre Haute, IN
WCC Fine Arts Gallery, Transitions: WCC Faculty Exhibition, Valhalla, NY
State University Plaza Gallery  Westchester Community College Faculty Art Exhibition, Albany, NY
Mainline Art Center, Rearranged/Redefined: Domestic Objects Reconsidered, Group Exhibition, Philadelphia, PA (Curated By Mary Salvante)
2004

HEREArt, EA50 Curated by Sherry Mayo, SoHo, NYC
Ceres Gallery, Constellation, Curated Group Show, Chelsea, NYC
The Arts Exchange, Westchester Arts Council, Before & After: Imagining Public Art in Westcheste, White Plains, NY
Downtown Peekskill Artist District, Open Studios 2004, Peekskill, NY
Downtown Peekskill Artist District, Open Studios Artists at Work, Peekskill, NY

2003 WCC Art Department Faculty Showcases, Exhibition
Maxwell Fine Arts, Holiday Salon Show 2003-2004, Peekskill, NY
Downtown Peekskill Artist District, Open Studios 2003, Peekskill, NY
Ceres Gallery, The Square Show, Chelsea, NYC
2002 Westchester Arts Council/The Arts Exchange Tributaries: Six Sculptors Respond to the Hudson River”, White Plains, NY
Castle Gallery, College of New Rochelle, Westchester Biennial 2002, New Rochelle, NY
Abrons Arts Center, Henry Street Settlement, “The Flag Project,” NYC
Sonoma State University Art Gallery, “Across the Generations: An Homage to Virginia Woolf and the Art of Bloomsbury,” Twelfth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, Rohnert Park, CA
Atrium Art Gallery, Ball State University,Alumni Exhibition,” Curated by Richard R. Alasko, Muncie, IN
2nd Underground Railroad Conference, Follow: The River and the Drinkin’ Gourd” (exhibition at conference), Peekskill, NY
Paramount Center for the Arts-Upper Gallery, “Peekskill Preview: Open Studios 2002,” Peekskill, NY
Westchester Arts Workshop, “Open Studios 2002,” Peekskill, NY
Ford Piano, window exhibition of “Follow: The River and the Drinkin’ Gourd”, Peekskill, NY
Ceres Gallery, Halleluiah Show, NYC
One Station Plaza, No More War: Artists Respond to the Threat of War, Peekskill, NY
Main Street Gallery,  Holiday Show, Dobbs Ferry, NY
2001 Maxwell Fine Arts, Holiday Salon, Peekskill, NY
Ceres Gallery, The Square Show, NYC
Paramount Center for the Arts: The Upper Gallery, Start Here, Peekskill, NY
One Station Plaza, 2nd Annual Women’s Group Show, Peekskill, NY
Marymount College, Butler Gallery, Faculty Exhibition, Tarrytown, NY
Westchester Arts Workshop, Exhibition for Open Studios 2001, Peekskill, NY
Westchester Arts Council, Locations: Real and Imagined, Invitational for Open Studios 2001, curated by Rosemary Erpf, White Plains, NY 
2000 Westchester Arts Council, Open Studios Invitational Exhibition, White Plains, NY
Marymount College, Gloria Gaines Memorial Library, Lectern for Emily Dickinson, Tarrytown, NY
1999 One Station Plaza, (Three exhibitions) Letting Off Steam: Impressions/Indian Point; Women Artists of the Hudson Valley; and Emily Dickinson Meets Marcel Duchamp: Drawings and Sculpture from “The Séance Series,” Peekskill, NY
Peekskill Arts Council, Open Studios, Peekskill, NY
1998

The Loveland Museum, World Peace Through Art, (Two artists each from: U.S., Korea, and Japan), Loveland, CO
Polis Gallery, (Three exhibitions) Political Cartoons, Peekskill’s History:  Preservation or Profit?, and Artists Against the Death Penalty, Peekskill, NY
The Gallery on the Hudson, The Eloquent Object, Carol Edelson, Curator, Irvington, NY

1997 A.I.R. Gallery, Generations, Invitational Exhibition, NYC
Mead Museum of Art, Language as Object: Emily Dickinson and Contemporary Art, Susan Danly Curator, Amherst, MA
Ceres Gallery, Affirmative Actions, NYC
1995 Snug Harbor Cultural Center, In Three Dimensions: Women Sculptors of the
‘90s Part 1 “Issues of Gender,” Charlotte Streifer-Rubenstein, Curator, Staten Island, NY
Galesburg Civic Art Center, Studios Midwest Tenth Anniversary Exhibition, Galesburg, IL
SUNY Purchase Art Gallery, The Death Penalty: Loss of Conscience, Purchase, NY
Ceres Gallery, Deviants, Perverts, Aliens, and Feminazis: A Response to the Radical Right, NYC
Elsa Mott Ives Gallery, Our Town, Invitational Exhibition, Eugenia Foxworth, Curator, NYC
1994 SOHO 20 Gallery, The Push-Pin Show and Matrixes, NYC
Paramount Center for the Arts, Paramount East Gallery, Sculptural Beginnings, Peekskill, NY
1993 Tweed Gallery, Women’s Art/Lives/Issues, Sponsor: NYC Commission on the Status of Women
SOHO 20 Gallery, Vivian E. Browne Memorial Exhibition, NYC
Paramount Center for the Arts, Universal Symbols, Invitational, Peekskill, NY
1991 Queens Museum of Art at Paine Webber Art Gallery, Ten From Queens, NYC
Heckscher Museum of Art, More Books as Art, Anna C. Knoll, Curator, Huntington, NY
Nynex Corporation, Celebrating Women’s History Month, White Plains, NY
Triplex Gallery, BMCC, Selections from the Permanent Collection, NYC
SOHO 20 Gallery, The Gold Show, NYC
1990 Art Link Contemporary Artspace, Invitational Exhibition, Ft. Wayne, IN
SOHO 20 Gallery, Blacklisted/Whitewashed/Redhanded and 20/20, NYC
Triplex Gallery BMCC, Noah’s Ark: 20th Century, NYC
1989 Hillwood Art Gallery, Lines of Vision, Judy Collischan Van Wagner, Curator, Greenvale, NY
Blum-Hellman Gallery, Lines of Vision, NYC
National Museum of Women in the Arts, Lines of Vision, Washington, DC
Yale University Art Gallery, Lines of Vision, New Haven, CT
1987 Discovery Metro, Group Show, Long Island City, NY
Lever House, Comic Art Show, Karen Bauman, Curator, NYC
SOHO 20 Gallery, Red, Group Exhibition, NYC
1986 Minor Injury, Multiple Choice, Noah Jemison, Curator, Brooklyn, NY
Hera Gallery, Obsessions, Brenda Correia, Curator, Wakefield, RI
1986 SOHO 20 Gallery, Black & White, Group Exhibition, NYC
Nippon Club Gallery, Salute to America’s Torch of Freedom, Toru Mano, Curator, NYC
1985 Hillwood Art Gallery, Unaffiliated Artists III, Judy Collischan Van Wagner Curator, Greenvale, NY
SOHO 20 Gallery, Ten from SOHO 20, NYC
1984 Barbara Gladstone Gallery, Artist’s Call, Benefit Exhibition, NYC
Lehigh University Art Gallery, WCA ’84: National Juried Exhibition, Bethlehem, PA
1983 Gallery 345, 4 by 27: Women Collaborate, NY Feminist Art Institute (Sponsor), NEA Funded, NYC
Islip Art Museum, Long Island Artists, Part 1, East Islip, NY
Women’s Interart Center, Consumer Beware, Kathleen Goncharov, Curator, NYC
1982 Parson’s School of Design, Dangerous Works: Artists for Nuclear Disarmament, NYC
1981 Grey Art Gallery of NYU, Heresies Benefit Exhibition, NYC
The Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn ’81, Brooklyn, NY
Heckscher Museum of Art, Kindred Spirits: Joseph Cornell & Others, Katherine Lochridge, Curator,
Huntington, NY
1980 Scripps College, 36th Annual Invitational, Claremont, CA
1979 Birmingham Art Association, 71st Annual Juried Exhibition, Dennis Oppenheim, Juror, Birmingham, AL
Mississippi Museum of Art, Southern Realism, Jackson, MS
National Sculpture 1979, Robert Pincus-Witten, Juror, Huntsville, AL
1978 National Sculpture 1978, Jack Burnham, Juror, Columbia, SC
 
EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE
Current  Full Professor of Art, SUNY Westchester Community College, Valhalla, NY
2007-2014 Associate Professor of Art, SUNY Westchester Community College, Valhalla, NY
2003-2007 Assistant Professor of Art, SUNY Westchester Community College, Valhalla, NY
1997-2003 Associate Professor of Art, Marymount College (of Fordham University 7/1/02)
1993-1997 Assistant Professor of Art, Marymount College, Tarrytown, NY
1986-1993  Adjunct Lecturer, Kingsborough Community College, Brooklyn, NY
1985-1993 Adjunct Lecturer, Westchester Art Workshop, Westchester Community College, White Plains, NY
1977-1980 Instructor of Art, Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, MS
1975-1976 Lecturer, State University of New York, Plattsburgh, NY
 
RELATED EXPERIENCE
2013 Presenter: 2x2 Double-Consciousness Artists' Talk for Opening Reception, The Arts Center of the Capital Region, Troy, NY
Presenter: "Draw! Learning to Draw from Direct Observation - Step-by-Step," with Laurie Steinhorst, First Monday Salon at BeanRunner CafÉ, Peekskill, NY
Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art Panel Moderator: Peekskill Project V Performances and Artists' Panel, Peekskill, NY
F.A.T.E. at the College Art Association Annual Conference, "Eco-Defenders," presentation for "Short Tales from Foundation Practices", at the Hilton, NYC
2010-2013 Organizer and Moderator: First Monday Salon Series at the BeanRunner CafÉ and Gallery, Peekskill, NY (Presentations the 1st Monday of each month designed for the artists' community)
2006 Guest Lecturer – “The Creative Edge: Promoting Generative Creativity in the 21st Century”
The Collegium, Westchester Community College
Coordinator/Advisor – Westchester Community College 60th Anniversary Mural – WCC Art Club
2005 Committee Member – Committee on Diversity Practices, College Art Association
Artist’s Gallery Talk - Westchester Community College Fine Arts Gallery Faculty Exhibition,
Workshop Presenter: Honoring our Creative An-sisters, Marymount College of Fordham University, Women’s Day, Tarrytown, NY
Division of Arts and Humanities Symposium, Artist in the Archives
2003-2007 Committee Member – Westchester Community College Visual Arts Advisory Committee, Fine Arts Gallery Committee, and Visual Arts Program Curriculum Committee
Faculty Advisor – Westchester Community College Art Club (Student club)
2002-2004 Member - Planning Team Free at Last (Local, grassroots anti-racism organization)Peekskill, NY
2001-2003 Art Department Chair/Program Facilitator, Marymount College of Fordham University
Fine Arts Unit Chair, Marymount College of Fordham University
Educational Policy Committee, Faculty Member, Marymount College of Fordham University
Women’s Study Committee, Faculty Member, Marymount College of Fordham University
2002-2004 Member - Planning Team Free at Last (Local, grassroots anti-racism organization)Peekskill, NY
2002 Workshop Presenter, Open Space, St. George’s Episcopal Church, Newburgh, NY
2000-2001 One Year Sabbatical, Marymount College, Tarrytown, NY
Faculty Member
, Search Committee for Dean of Students
1998-2000 Member at Large: AAUP Executive Council, Marymount College, Tarrytown, NY
1998-99 First Semester Seminar Faculty Taskforce, Marymount College, Tarrytown, NY
1998 Faculty Member, Presidential Search Committee, Marymount College, Tarrytown, NY
  Coordinator, Polis Gallery, Peekskill, NY
Organizer, “Diversity Week,” Marymount College, Tarrytown, NY
1997 Vice President, Ceres Gallery, NYC
Presenter, Diversity by Design, F.A.T.E., CAA Annual Conference, NYC
Organizer, Mother May I: Women Artist Series, One Station Plaza, Peekskill, NY
Presenter, Art as a High-Stakes Gamble, Slide Lecture, Westchester Gallery, White Plains, NY
1996-1998 College Coordinator for Multicultural Theme, Marymount College, Tarrytown, NY
1996 Freshman Intensive Seminar Faculty Taskforce, Marymount College, Tarrytown, NY
Presenter, Clay as Idea, Hudson River Potters, Port Chester, NY
1995 Chair: Women’s Day, Marymount College, Tarrytown, NY
Presenter, Diversity by Design, AAC&U Conference on Diversity, Philadelphia, PA
Presenter, Women in Art Series, One Station Plaza, Peekskill, NY
Lecturer, Humanities Art Lecture, Marymount College, Tarrytown, NY
1994-2000 Academic Advisor, Lower Division, Marymount College, Tarrytown, NY
1983 Guest Lecturer, The Genius Within: Seminar on the Creative Process, Westchester Art Workshop, White Plains, NY
Panelist, Sources of Imagery, Silvermine Artists’ Guild, Stamford, CT
1991 Panelist, Women Who Own Galleries, Artists Talk on Art, NYC
Symposium Panelist, Say Goodbye to the Written Word, Artspace, New Haven, CT
1990-1991  Chair: Board of Directors, SOHO 20 Artists, Inc., NYC
1989-1990

Vice-Chair: Board of Directors, SOHO 20 Artists, Inc., NYC
Chair: Board of Directors, SOHO 20 Artists, Inc., NYC
President, SOHO 20 Artists, Inc., NYC

1988 Guest Speaker, Chappaqua Artists’ Guild, Chappaqua, NY
1985 Panel Moderator: Truth to Ethereals, SOHO 20, Gallery, NYC
Visiting Artist, Newcomb College, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA
1982 Artist-in-Residence, Heckscher Museum of Art, Huntington, NY
1981 Visiting Artist, Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, MS
 
PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

College Art Association - Ceres Gallery - Maxwell Fine Arts - Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art - Peekskill Arts Alliance - F.A.T.E. (Foundations in Art, Theory and Education) - International Sculpture Center

 
EDUCATION
1975 MFA, The University of Iowa, Iowa City IA
1974 MA, The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
1969 BS, Art Education, Ball State University, Muncie, IN
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