St. Thomas Aquinas College, Sparkill, NY, 1/2006 --12/2017 Associate Professor Fine Art
Watkins College of Art & Design, Nashville, TN, 8/2001 - 12/2005 Associate Professor Fine Art
Watkins College of Art & Design, Nashville, TN, 7/1997 -- 8/2001 Instructor
In-Review, Nashville, TN, 4/00 -- 12/00 Arts writer for weekly paper Wrote over 25 articles on art on various topics and artists including Sally Mann, Art of the American Depression, and Contemporary Video of Bill Viola, Zhang Huan, and Berry Flannigan, among others.
Vermont College, MFA in Visual Arts, 2004, Montpelier, Vermont Worked directly with artists Steve Kurtz, Lynda Benglis, Mel Chin, Laurie Palmer, Faith Wielding and arts writer Miwon Kwon.
Vanderbilt University, MA in Art History, 1999, Nashville, TN Full-tuition scholarship and stipend awarded.
University of South Florida, MA in Art Education, 1980, Tampa, Florida Graduate teaching assistantship awarded.
University of South Florida, BA in Painting, 1976, Tampa Florida
SELECTED EXHIBITIONS, INSTALLATIONS AND PERFORMANCES
2012 Nashville, TN, No Going Back, Gallery 204, Vanderbilt University (solo show)
2011 Louis, MO, FATE Members Show, Mad Gallery, juried, March
2009 New York, NY, The Star Womb Project, Phase I: Monad to Nomad, Phoenix Gallery (solo show) in collaboration with Daniel W. Savin, astrophysicist.
Mobile, Alabama, Art in Academia, Space 301, Juried by Jason Clark
2008 Chicago, IL, Objects of Desire, Women Made Gallery, juried Claire Wolf Krantz, art critic Art in America, Sculpture Magazine and others.
Hanover, ID, converging conversations, 3-person show juried, Hanover College Gallery
2007 New York, NY, modernature, Lotus Space, curated by JerryDale McFadden
Hamden, CT, Images of Peace, The Albert Schweitzer Institute at Quinnipiac University, Juried
Havana, Cuba, Biblioteca Nacional Jose Marti, "Toxic Landscapes", juror, Tim Blunk, Puffin Foundation (This was the first ‘official’ exhibition of American artists in Cuba since the revolution), catalogue
Teaneck, N J, Puffin Foundation Cultural Forum, juried exhibition
Boston, MS, School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, "Recuerdos de Cuba", invitational
CONFERENCE PAPERS PRESENTED
Southeastern College Art Association Conference, Raliegh, NC, paper entitled, Making Art Work: In Defense of Lost Causes, panel on ‘The Art of Activism: How Artists Ignite Social Change’ October 2012.
Southeastern College Art Association Conference, Savannah, GA., presented a paper entitled, Art at the End of Times: Capitalism, Marxism and Contemporary Art panel on Contemporary Art, 2011.
FATE (Foundations in Art and Theory Education) Conference, St. Louis, MO, host a panel entitled: Solid Ground or Shifting Sand, Foundations in Art and Technology, March, 2011
Southeastern College Art Association Conference, Mobile, Alabama, hosted a panel entitled: Matter. Memory. Media. Motion. October, 2009
Peace and Justice Education Conference, Columbia University, April 2009, presented a paper entitled, Solidly Social: Art as Integration, Participation, Disruption, in session Art and Social Change.
Southeastern College Art Association Conference, New Orleans, session on Sharing Experience: the Role of Memory in Art, paper entitled, “I’ve got you under my skin: Experience, Embodiment, Empathy”. September, 2008
College Art Association, session “Double Headed Creatures”, My paper is entitled Softening Boundaries Between Art Studios, History and Theory: A Fluid Approach, New York, 2007
Southeast College Art Association, session on Public Art, "Artists and Action in the Community: A Collaboration Between Watkins College of Art and The Red Cross," Jacksonville, Fl. 2004
Popular Culture Conference, session on Unorthodox Teaching Methods in the Arts. Paper entitled, "Art Practice, It's a Hell-Of-A-Lot-More Than Making Something." Pedagogy for Fine Arts education, an integrative approach...history, theory and practice. New Orleans, LA 2003