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Selected Exhibitions and Commissions

  1. January
    ARTICLE GALLERY Memory and Resistance, A Social Justice Art Show marks IRTF's 40th anniversary ... Inspired by the martyrdom of Jean Donovan and Sister Dorothy Kazel OSU in El Salvador, October 2020---through January 2021.

    Quality of Excellence, Peninsula Art Academy show of 4 Artists who teach there

    June 4 -- August 13
    Cleveland Institute of Art Juried alumni Show, IMPRINT THE AIR, Juror Emily Carol Burns, the founding editor and director of Maake Magazine and founding director of Maake Projects.

  2. January
    ARTICLE GALLERY, Cleveland, Ohio, .Oct 20, 2020 β€” Memory and Resistance: A Social Justice Art Show marks IRTF's 40th anniversary ... Inspired by the martyrdom of Jean Donovan and Sister Dorothy Kazel OSU in El Salvador, October 2020 through January 2021.

  3. Invited to show work at Article Gallery September-October Cleveland.

  4. Selected for National Exhibition of Artists, August-September The Butler Museum of American Art, Youngstown Ohio

  5. Retrospective Exhibition, Pat Fallon: Then and Now, Wasmer Gallery, Ursuline College.
    Faculty show, Ursuline College.

  6. Artist in Residence Peninsula Art Academy, Peninsula Ohio, March through August.

  7. Exhibited as part of a group show focusing on money, silver and gold, at the Doubting Thomas Gallery, Tremont OH. My piece was of golden apples and titled 'These apples are very costly, says Eve.'

  8. Faculty Exhibit: Many Voices, One Department, Feburary and March. 5 large pieces dealing with social justice.

    Earth show: Wasmer Gallery at Ursuline College, May 12th through August.

  9. Faculty Exhibit: Many Voices, One Department, 2/11 - 3/3.

  10. Juried into a centennial exhibit of art alumni work at Kent University, Stow, Ohio.

    Catalog exhibit 9 large works, paintings and etching at conference on social justice at Kent University in Ashtabula, Ohio.

    EARTH SHOW: Wasmer Gallery, May 12 through August.

    Faculty Exhibition Wasmer Gallery, February/March

  11. ALL ABOUT FOOD: ADDICTION, CULTURE & SYMBOLISM exhibition with program at Tri-C East. Requested 8 paintings and prints and drawings from me, and 5 of my student's work. 2/6-3/3.

  12. Planet Earth Exhibit, June/July 2008 Wasmer Gallery, invited to show some work as part of a group exhibition dealing with earth and water.

    Exhibited Wasmer Gallery, Ursuline College 8 pieces as part of a body of work dealing with The Apple as metaphor.

    Exhibited at Ursuline College display, one painting, along with a published sketchbook of blank pages interspersed with color images from 8 local artists of which I was one (Juried) February/March 2008.

    Exhibited Wasmer Gallery, one large work "Troubled Apples" as part of a group exhibit about Planet Earth June/July 2008.

    Exhibited more "Apples " from a continuing body of work, 4 new paintings and one new pastel. Wasmer Gallery, September 2008.

  13. 15 prints selected for the exhibition Printmakers Work shown at Lakeland Community College, Cl. Ohio Oct-December.

    Exhibition of Darfur works at private political gatherings October/November.

    Faculty Exhibition Spring, Wasmer Gallery (4 large works on the Sudan & Iraq).

    Exhibition of 3 large social/political works on Darfur at the 321 Gallery, Galleria, downtown Cleveland, Ohio late Spring.

    Commissioned to do a large painting landscape abstract of flowers.

    Commissioned to do double portrait of local musician and his bride.

  14. Faculty and Student Exhibition, Ursuline College, Wasmer Gallery, Feb-March.

    Selected for the Salon d'refuse Show in Galleria at Cleveland, Fall 2005.

    Selected to be on the MOMA NYC digital on-line Gallery, Fall 2005 to current time.

    Exhibiting work at The Town Fryer, Cleveland, Ohio.

  15. DRAWING FACULTIES: selected area print and drawing faculty from Baldwin-Wallace, The Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland State University, and Ursuline College. August 28-October 18, 2004. 9 prints, large and small, intaglio and viscosity.

    Art Department Faculty Exhibition, January/February, body of work: 7 pieces.

    Selected to be one of the artists taking a full page in a 6"x8" calendar book where each full page flanked a weekly calendar page= 52 artists for 52 weeks. Produced the Academy Graphic Communication Inc. and sold, or given, as a 2005-6 Daily Calendar showcasing local talent.

  16. Hallinan Religious Art Exhibition, Wasmer Gallery, Ursuline College, two works, juried.

    Selected to be one of the artists taking a full page in a 6"x8" calendar book where each full page flanked a weekly calendar page= 52 artists for 52 weeks. Produced the Academy Graphic Communication Inc. and sold, or given, as a 2003-4 Calendar showcasing local talent.

    TRI-C WESTERN Campus: Parent/Teacher Associations, 8 artists (3 families) each with a body of work Curator, Barbara Chira, Gallery Director, Sept. 2003.

  17. Archives of Western Reserve Members Portrait Exhibition Doubting Thomas Gallery, Tremont, Ohio, selected, with daughter, to hang in exhibition where artists' photos and work hang together as outstanding artists.

    Commission for a portrait of actor Sean Fallon Walsh (not related)to hang in the lobby of the Celtic Theatre he helped found, Los Angles Area.

    Hallinan Religious Art Exhibition, Wasmer Gallery, Ursuline College, January/February, Joseph Jancosky painting award. ($400.)

  18. LAZOS CULTURALES, exhibition of a body of work as part of a contemporary exhibition of local and state Hispanic artists, Lake Erie College, August 31 through Sept. 28.

    Archives of Western Reserve Art Members Self-Portrait Show, May.

  19. Cleveland Institute of Art, Alumni Exhibition, juried, summer.

  20. "Touring International Exhibition of 115 Northeast Ohio Artists. Sponsored by The Lake Erie Council, begins in Toledo, Ohio goes to: Budapest, Hungry; Poznan, Poland; Toledo, Spain; Nikopol, Ukraine; Tomsk, Russia, The Ukraine and, Toyohashi, Japan. May 15, 1999-Jan. 15, 2000.

  21. The Hallinan Show: Religious Art Exhibition, Cleveland, Ohio

    There but for the grace of...Temporary Shelters. An invitational exhibit dealing with the Installation of shelters and images. Each selected artist, architect, or urban designer, had a 10x10' space to work with. Bernice Steinbaum curated the exhibition, Steinbaum-Krauss Galleries, Greene St. N.Y., N.Y., and Florida. November/December.

  22. In Town Club, Solo exhibition of prints and drawings, omeless, Cleveland, OH, September, opening exhibition schedule for the year.

    Mandel School of Social Service, Case Western Reserve, invited to exhibit. homeless prints, October/November.

  23. Iconography of the Late 20th Century, Sabbatical Solo Exhibition of 18 months work on the streets with the homeless including 50 prints, drawings and several large site installations including a 12 ' 15 shadow show, digital and analog presentations, taped street conversations and sounds, and a power point presentation including slide manipulations. Wasmer Gallery, Ursuline College, May 9-June 29.

  24. Two prints in the Homeless Exhibition sponsored by the Northeastern Ohio Coalition for the Homeless, Cleveland, and exhibited at The Black Box, Cleveland, May, Cleveland State University, June, and Valley Art Center, Chagrin Falls, Ohio, Cleveland Contemporary Center, May through July.

  25. "TRANSFORMATIONS" faculty exhibition, Wasmer Gallery, Ursuline College.

    NEWMAN RELIGIOUS ART EXHIBITION, Juried Group Show, Hallinan Center, Case Western Reserve University, June.

    Christmas Invitational, Powerhouse Gallery, Flats EAST WEST ALTERNATIVE GALLERY INVITATIONAL, Group Show, July/August. "Neighborhood Destinations" a public art project sponsored by the Committee on Public Art and presented at SPACES Gallery. Awarded 1st place of 23 teams. April.

  26. MAY SHOW, The Cleveland Museum of Art. Curator: Dr. Evan Turner, Director. (one of 300 artists exhibited of 1300 submitted) June 9-September 5.

    Faculty Exhibition, Wasmer Gallery, Ursuline College.

    Holiday Invitational Exhibition at the EIO GALLERY Cleveland, Powerhouse.

  27. FALLON: CONSTRUCTED VISIONS CONCERNING PEOPLE, Solo exhibition East/West Artists' Coop. Artist Talk, October 16.

    ARTISTS AND THEIR CHILDREN, Willoughby Fine Arts Center, Willoughby, Ohio, July.

    ART IN ARCHITECTURE, invitational exhibit at the Great Northern Mall Corporate Gallery, body of work of varied artists, 8 pieces: Fallon) March-May.

  28. FALLON AND HOFFMAN, NEW WORKS, East/West Coop Gallery, September.

    FALLON AND PINCHOT TRAVEL AND WORK, Wasmer Gallery, Ursuline College, March.

    East/West Coop Gallery, Group Show, December.

    FALLON AND FRATE, Karamu Gallery and Theatre Arts Complex, January.

  29. FALLON, FRATE, THURMER. Atrium Gallery, National City Bank, September Valley Arts Center Group Invitational (5 pieces, Chagrin Falls, Ohio, October.

  30. Beck Center, Group Show, invitational, July.

    Center for Contemporary Art benefit, invitational.

    Ursuline College Faculty Exhibit.

  31. Malachi House, benefit, invitational, Cleveland, Ohio.

    AAO Gallery, Buffalo, New York. Juror, Barbara Haskell (Curator Whitney Museum).

    Bay crafters Gallery, Bay Village EAST/WEST GROUP.

  32. The Shaker Square Invitational Alumni Show, Cleveland Institute of Art.

    The Atrium Gallery, 3-person: Fallon, Frate, Thurmer, National City Bank, Cleveland, Ohio.

  33. THE PORTRAIT: 5-artist exhibit, Washer Gallery, Ursuline College.

    Invitational Shaker Square Alumni Show, Cleveland Institute of Art.

  34. Benefit for the Center for Contemporary Art, Invitational.

    Benefit Leukemia Foundation, Invitational.

    Shaker Square Exhibition, Invitational, Cleveland Institute of Art.

  35. Faculty Exhibition, Ursuline College.

    NOVA Benefit, Invitational, Cleveland, Ohio.

  36. OHIO PRINTMAKERS, The Bonfoey Gallery, juried, Cleveland, Ohio.

    Opening Exhibition, The Collector's Gallery, Dayton, Ohio.

    Annual Shaker Galleria, Invitational, Ohio.

    FOUR ARTIST EXHIBITION, Kuban Galleries, Cleveland, Ohio.

  37. Appalachia NATIONAL DRAWING EXHIBITION, Boone, North Carolina, catalogue.

    The 26th NATIONAL PRINT EXHIBITION, Huntington, New Jersey, catalogue.

    MFA EXHIBITION, Kent State University Art Department Galleries.

  38. The Canton Art Institution, Canton, Ohio--juried, catalogue.

    DRAWING EXHIBITION; WORKS ON PAPER, NOVA, juried, Cleveland, Ohio.


    20 credit hour MA exhibition--student galleries Kent State University.

    FLORIDA IN CLEVELAND, Mail Art Exhibition, Cleveland State University.

  39. WORKS ON PAPER, Bonfoey on the Square, juried

    PAPERWORKS: Cleveland Institute of Art. Invitational at Lakewood.

    OPENING EXHIBITION, Image Resource Center, Invitational, summer, Cleveland, Ohio.

    All Ohio Exhibition, FAVA Gallery, juried, Oberlin, Ohio. Best in Show Award.

    23rd Annual TAG DAY ART SALE, 2nd prize, painting catalogue, Trumbull County, Ohio.

  40. May Show, Cleveland Museum of Art, large print, Cleaving, sold 4.

    Side By Side By Suitcase, exhibited two small paintings and one etching, with a group first at the Bonfoey Gallery, Playhouse Sq. Cleveland, and then in Woburne Abbey, just outside of London, England.

    Commissioned portraits in Germany, Colombia, Ohio, Florida and Los Angeles. Large figurative abstract, Chi Roi, 7'Hx8'W, is in the School of Economics, National University of Ireland, Sligo.

Special Honors

  1. January
    ARTICLE GALLERY Distinguished artist Award, Memory and Resistance: A Social Justice Art Show marks IRTF's 40th anniversary ... Inspired by the martyrdom of Jean Donovan and Sister Dorothy Kazel OSU.

    Artwork shown in SPOTIFY 20 Magazine.

    ART FOLIO ANNUAL BOOK a curated collection of the world’s most exciting artists.

  2. Juried student art work at Brush Highschool

  3. Awarded Professor Emertia Ursuline College

    Retrospective Exhibition Wasmer Gallery at Ursuline College June 3-30

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

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

  6. International Dictionary of Artists

  7. Marquis Who's Who, International, of American Women, in the U.S. and in Midwest

  8. Who's Who International Biography CD 1998 to 2011, Who's Who of Teachers .

  9. Canterbury Who's Who Registry among Executives, Professionals & Entrepreneurs.

  10. 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.

    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.

  11. 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

  12. 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

  13. 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.

  14. 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

  15. 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.

  16. 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.

  17. 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.

  18. received release time to support the development of a BFA degree

  19. 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.

  20. 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).

  21. Professional Merit Stipend ($250) for outstanding service and exhibitions, Ursuline College.

  22. 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.

  23. 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.)

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

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

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

  27. 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.

  28. 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).

  29. 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.

  30. 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.

  31. Alumni Trustee, Cleveland Institute of Art.

  32. Graduate Assistant (books, tuition, and stipend) taught Drawing II and Printmaking I.

  33. 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.

Publications & Presentations

  1. Exhibited artwork of homeless, Darfur, and the Sudan for the Conference on Social Justice sponsored by the Sociology Dept. of Kent University at Ashtabula, Ohio where I also presented a lecture with power point images on advocacy and social justice concerns of artists. One of my works was used for the program cover. October 3 through 5.

  2. 2010 Presented a program for a graduate class Art Therapy and Counseling: Art, Advocacy and Healing.

  3. Presented a program for a graduate class Art Therapy and Counseling: the artist as advocate. Gave an informal talk and presented visuals of professional web site to graduating seniors as part of their professional development class, UC.

  4. Presented a program about Homeless Persons including visuals and audio for a graduate class on Art Therapy and Counseling.

    Presented a multi-media program of images and words, and lecture, at the 22 Annual National Conference On Liberal Arts and The Education of Artists. Also asked to host another presentation given. Both at the Algonquin Hotel, NYC October 15-17.

  5. a color print published in a "Sketch book" with 7 other artists, published by COSE Cleveland, OH Gave a presentation using multi-media to The Conference on Urban Catholic Education. The presentation was entitled "The Color of Expectations.

  6. Chaired CIC breakfast discussion table for new department chairs and prepared and presented a written summary of major points of the Conference to the Department Heads of the School of Arts and Science. Presented multi-media and talk on The Homeless Person for graduate class in Art Therapy and Counseling. UC Presented two talks on the Renascence focusing on the origins and highlights for Ursuline Core Classes.

  7. Presenting a BFA degree in Studio to the Ohio Board of Regents, a report to the North Central Accreditation Association of Ohio researched, and written, in part, by a 4 member team of colleagues, with the department information, program curriculum, dept. history, faculty, costs and future directions written by Pat Fallon. Gave a multi-media presentation on The Homeless for a graduate Art Therapy Counseling Class, Ursuline College

  8. Wrote and presented a 300 page report, with CD, to The Curriculum Committee of Ursuline College answering questions they had regarding 4-credit studios, and the proposed BA and BFA curricula. Wrote, and presented, bound, 60 page-report to Program Review Committee of Ursuline College proposing a new B.F.A. degree, and revamping the BA degree in Studio Art.

    Presented a slide lecture on the homeless in Cleveland, and elsewhere, with video accompaniment, and music CD with "voices of the Street" for Professor Kinsella's US401 Culminating Seminar.

  9. Wrote and presented a 65 page bound report to the President's Council detailing need, numbers, Finances, and credit hours regarding the proposed new degrees in Studio Art.

    Gave a 25, minute talk on my work and on being a teacher, and also the parent of an artist-teacher at TRI-C WEST, Parent-Teacher Associations Exhibition, August-September.

  10. Gave a 20 min. talk, and became part of a panel of 4 representing John Carroll University, State University, The Cleveland Museum of Art, and Dr. Wayne Chandler, author of studies on ancient Egypt.The discussion centered around the work of contemporary artists on Easter Island, and the influence of modernculture on native art. Sponsored by The Playhouse SquareFoundation, The Cleveland Public Library, and The Ohio Arts Council.

    One of the exhibiting artists on a televised, public television, program of speakers and discussion around the Hispanic Exhibition, by local artists, LAZLO CULTURALES, at The B.K. Smith Gallery, Lake Erie College, August/September. Wrote and resented a 59 page bound report to The Program Review Committee (February) specifically answering their requests for information regarding how the program would affect over all credit hours, and other major programs at the college.

    Presented to noon lunch group (Rhodes/Lily Foundation) Member Rhodes/Lily Foundation Grant Group (2001-2003) on the academic teaching in a Catholic Institution of Higher Learning, and teaching at the particular institution, Ursuline College. Catholic Identity as faculty in the Catholic College or University.

  11. Presentation to a large number of Ursuline Studies Program courses over the years on the Art of Ancient Greece, Paris in 1850, Art Between The Wars, 1920-1940, and The Renaissance, 1300 AD to 1600, 45 min. to 2 hours each with 90 to 150 slides, depending on the class needs; the Harlem Renaissance, and Realism. Honoraria.

  12. Guest Speaker & Presenter Peace and Justice Week of the Ursuline College and Ursuline Sisters preceding special weekend program with Sr. Jean PreJean of Dead Man Walking..My topic: The Homeless. With my Dean, Dr. Conrad Gromada, presented, to the faculty of The School of Arts and Science, a program on the harmfulness of politically incorrect language within the classroom. My part was a power point visual presentation of words juxtaposed with images to visually describe what makes language politically incorrect..

  13. Multimedia Presentation on the Homeless for 2 sections of a Peace and Justice Class, Ursuline College, September --Honoraria to go to Northern Ohio Coalition For The Homeless.

  14. Slide Presentation and talk on The Homeless, Rocky River Kiwanis, June. Talk and presentation in conjunction with exhibit, Wasmer Gallery, Ursuline College, May 21, 1997. Two page article with photos of artwork from Sabbatical Exhibition, Ursuline College, Alumni Magazine.

    June 27, Catholic Universe Bulletin, Feature Section, All of Page 9 and part of page 11, with article and photos on homeless exhibition.

  15. Presentation to the Outreach Committee: St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Cleveland Heights, Ohio(slides and talk 45 minutes)

  16. Invited to present slides of my work at a Judy Chicago Workshop which was part of a larger conference on Activist Art at The Cleveland Institute of Art, November Invited to present a paper Revising Foundation Drawing and Painting in Preparation for the 21st Century, at the National FATE (Foundations in Art Theory and Education Conference in St. Louis. Presentation with 58 slides plus 150 copies of Foundation Project for distribution. March.

  17. Invited to present a paper (with 80 slides) on The Value of Liberal Arts Education to the Visual Artist as a Function of the Relation Between The Academic Faculty and The Studio Faculty in a Liberal Arts College. 7th Annual National Conference on Liberal Arts and the Education of Visual Artists sponsored by the New York School of Art and Design, New York City, The Alconquin Hotel. (Published in selected conference Proceedings). October.

    Presentation to the Arts Club (Ursuline College) on presentation of portfolios for exhibitions, for entrance to major concentrations, and for awards, and acceptance into graduate school. Honoraria offered but not accepted.

  18. Presenter-exhibitor Wasmer Gallery, Ursuline College. Honoraria. Presenter-exhibitor East West artist's Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio.

  19. 45-minute talk, as panelist presenter, on regional art in Ohio. Akron University, Emily K. Davis Gallery, (an outdated topic) OAC funded. Honoraria. April. Presentation to Art Therapy Workshop on Creativity in the Arts. Honoraria offered but not accepted. March .

  20. Afternoon presentation, for credit, on Professional Practices for Artists, The Cleveland Institute of Art. Honoraria..

  21. presented a project (moral architecture) I do with art history students at a US faculty training workshop.

  22. PORTFOILIO 83, a slick bound publication by American Greetings in Cleveland, Ohio, and supported by the George Gund Foundation, with photos of work by 136 Cleveland Artists.

  23. Lecture in conjunction with Jane Fauver, then Director of SPACES gallery, Kent Women's group, Kent, Ohio.

  24. Lecture on 'Drawing and Process' East Technical High School, Cleveland, Ohio

  25. Lecture "Artist's Survival' in conjunction with sculptor John Spofforth at Fiori's Gallery Cleveland, Ohio

  26. Demonstration and Performance piece in conjunction with sculptor Mary Ann O'Malley at A SPACE Gallery, Playhouse square, Cl. Ohio

  27. Lecture to the University Print Club at BONFOEY'S ON THE SQUARE as curator of the Printmaker's Work: 6 decades of printmaking in Cleveland Ohio.

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