Special Honors


2017 Juried student art work at Brush Highschool

2016 Awarded Professor Emertia Ursuline College
Retrospective Exhibition Wasmer Gallery at Ursuline College June 3-30

2015
Judged and Juried the 25th annual art show sponsored by the Rubber City Artists of Akron Ohio at the Box Gallery.

2013 Awarded another grant of $875 to produce another movie for Angel and Dept. Webpage, this one on the Chemistry of Paint.

2011-2013
International Dictionary of Artists
2000-2011 Marquis Who's Who, International, of American Women, in the U.S. and in Midwest
Who's Who International Biography CD 1998 to 2011, Who's Who of Teachers , and

2010/2011 Canterbury Who's Who Registry among Executives, Professionals & Entrepreneurs.

2010
Selected from a field of 200, to be in the first Centennial Alumi show at Kent State University. August to October. 2010   Selected to exhibit advocacy artwork and a give formal presentation on Art and Advocacy at a Social Justice Conference in Ashtabula Kent State Campus. October 23/24.
                               
2010    Selected to be a first round judge in the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Ohio for their annual award of excellence in the visual arts. Selected to present, at a conference on social justice at Kent University, Ashtabula, on Advocacy in the Visual Arts and also to exhibit a body of artwork dealing with advocacy issues, one large painting was chosen for the conference program cover. I also presented a power point with sound and images of successful and unsuccessful advocacy for various issues through artist's visual artwork. Juried as one of 36 alumni, from 200 submissions, to be exhibited in the KSU Art Gallery Centennial Celebration August through October. The piece chosen was an 8 foot Darfur Pieta. Mini-grant award ($1800.) for video clips painting and safety demonstration to go on department's web page.

 

2008 Selected to host a presentation, and also to give a multi-media presentation on Advocacy in the Arts and teaching morality to the School of Visual Arts.
Annual Conference at the Algonquin Hotel, NYC. 2007 Mini-grant award of $500. From The School of Arts & Science to continue studio body of work in progress plus registration fee for Visual Arts Conference in NYC October 2008. Faculty Development award $1330. To attend College Arts Assoc. Conference in 2008. Asked to be on a panel "Defrag Ohio" discussing business entrepreneurship, Lorrain Com. College for a conference by Ohio Learning Network involving State Schools and Case Western and local groups working to increase creative ideas within the business community.  May 2007

2000-2010 Marquis Who's Who, International, American Women, in the U.S. and in Midwest Who's Who International Biography CD 1998 to 2007, Who's Who of Teachers

 


2006 Received one of five mini grants ($500) given to the School of Arts and Science in recognition of continuing work on BFA curriculum, development of a new course and research for a new course during the summer months. Chaired and facilitated discussion for informal breakfast group of Council of Independent Colleges for 'New Dept. Chairs.

2005 Received one of five mini-grants ($500.) given to the School of Arts and Science in recognition of my work developing curricula for a future field service site in Arizona. Consultant to the Bellows Foundation on a proposed Field Center Site in Patagonia, Arizona. Consultant to the Bellows Foundation regarding a proposed Field Center Site in Patagonia, Arizona.
Selected 9 scholarship winners from 21 applications to  the Lebanese-Syrian Jr. Women's League

2004-on Consultant to the Bellows Foundation regarding a proposed Field Center Site in Patagonia, Arizona. My work was helping with the basic curricula for various field centers & editing brochures.

2003-1990 Member Editorial Advisory Board, On Drawing, Collegiate Press. Two editors are selected from 12 regions in the U.S.A., mine was the mid-west.

2002 received a grant award of $1200. from Ursuline College to plan, administer and provide for a Faculty Workshop for FT and adjunct Faculty to discuss and model the new curriculum format Joseph Jankowski Painting Award, $250. The Hallinan Show, Wasmer Gallery, Ursuline College.

2001-2005 received release time to support the development of a BFA degree

2001 Invited to juror Geauga and Cuyahoga County ( equivalent of Scholastic Art Shows for grades 9 through 12.)
Invited to participate in seminar group on spirituality, Catholicism and Teaching in a Catholic College; supported by the Rhodes and Lily Foundation dealing with Catholic Educators and their Identity as Catholics, papers were written and read and discussed at Ursuline College.
Merit Stipend ($500.) for course development and curriculum additions, Ursuline College.

2001-2000 Represented the Art Dept. on the Teagle Grant collaboration with Notre Dame in Cleveland. One of two artists invited on the Grace Lee Nims show, 30 minutes on NPR (Nat. Pub. Radio) to discuss their work being exhibited at the Cleveland Institute of Art's Alumni " Summer Exhibition. (Daughter, Hadley, was the other artist/exhibitor invited on the program).

1999 Professional Merit Stipend ($250) for outstanding service and exhibitions, Ursuline College.
1998 Awarded $1200. Faculty Development to attend F.A.T.E. Conference in Colorado (Foundations in Art and Art Theory) conference, sponsored by the College Arts Assoc.

1998-1997 Merit Stipend ($1650.) Ursuline College for outreach work and exhibitions above and beyond normal academic expectations (traveling sabbatical work in exhibits, and speaking at the gallery, in several courses at the College, and the west side Kiwanis on the Homeless.)

1997-1996 Awarded a full sabbatical to pursue research on the homeless and produce images, and lectures, dealing with street people and the homeless.

1997-1986 Fellow, Ohio Humanities Council, 1986-1997.

1995-Faculty Development Award ($1200.) given to attend National CAA Conference, Chicago, 1995.

1994 Merit Stipend ($800.) For exhibitions, conference presentations, and for being selected by Evan Turner, departing director of the Cleveland Museum, one of 300 artists out of a field of 1350, for inclusion in the last May Show. The piece was 5'Hx10'W. Juried as first selected project "Public Art and the Neighborhoods" of four selected from twenty-three project teams exhibited at SPACES Gallery I was the concept originator and worked with a team of 2; I took and collected slides, and prepared a power-point/graphic- manipulation of past-present-future images of a selected area in central Cleveland.

 


Professional Development Award to attend ($900) for College Arts Assoc. Conference, St. Louis, MO. where I also presented a paper and power-point show on assessment, the liberal arts student and faculty in relation to the studio faculty. Published in their bi-annual national publication.

1993 Paper and power point slide presentation on The Value of a Liberal Arts Education to the Visual Artist" selected for the the 7th Annual National Conference on Liberal Arts and The Education of Visual Artists Algonquin Hotel, New York City, sponsored by The School of Visual Arts, N.Y.C. (Published in Conference Journal).

1991 Merit Stipend, Ursuline College, ($700.) for the quality of work of exhibitions and participation in department and college work and affairs-specifically the new Ursuline Studies Program.

1989 Faulty Development Award ($2000. Ursuline College) to travel and draw the stones, arches, and people on the pilgrimage route from Roncevalles to Santiago de Compostella, and in Barcelona, Spain, over two summer months.

1989-87 Alumni Trustee, Cleveland Institute of Art

1982-81 Graduate Assistant (books, tuition, and stipend) taught Drawing II and Printmaking I.

1980 selected for Admissions Portfolio Review, with Honoraria ($200.), Cleveland Institute of Art, 1980 selected for the Gund Exhibit, Graduation and during the Summer, Cleveland Inst. of Art.
Awarded 'Best in Show' at the FAVA Gallery"/All Ohio Show, ($250), Oberlin, Ohio 2nd prize Trumbull County Annual Tag Day Art Show.





   

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