Professional Resume

LINDA WEINTRAUB

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PUBLISHED BOOKS:

ART on the EDGE and OVER: Searching for Arts Meaning in Contemporary Society. Translation: BOOKOREA Publishing, Seoul, Korea, 2015

IN the MAKING: Creative Options for Contemporary Art, Teaching Manual, second edition, DAP Publishers, 2015 

TO  LIFE! Eco Art In Pursuit of a Sustainable Planet, 2012. University of California Press. Print. E-book. Blog.

TO LIFE! Eco Art In Pursuit of a Sustainable Planet, Teaching Guides: Eco Issues. Eco Approaches. Art Genres. Art Strategies. Contemporary Art History. 2012. Online publication. University of California Press.

Water. Water. Artist's book, 2012. Artnow Publications and Centre of Contemporary Art, Torun, Poland.

Cycle-Logical Art: Recycling Matters for Eco-Art, 2007. Artnow Publications. Avant-Guardians: Textlets in Art and Ecology.

EnvironMentalities: Twenty-Two Approaches to Eco-Art, 2007, Artnow Publications, Avant-Guardians: Textlets in Art and Ecology.

Eco-Centric Topics: Pioneering Themes for Eco-Art, 2006, Artnow Publications, Avant-Guardians: Textlets in Art and Ecology.

Enviro-Tyro: An Academic Environmental Art Forum, 2006.

In the Making: Creative Options for Contemporary Art, 2003. Co-published by D.A.P. New York and Thames & Hudson, UK.

In the Making: User’s Manual: Creative Options for Contemporary Art History Classes and Studio Art Classes, 2003. DAP.

In the Making: Creative Options for Contemporary Art DVD, 2003-2012. DAP.

Art on the Edge and Over: Searching for Art's Meaning In Contemporary Society, 1970s-1990s Art Insights Publications, 1996 - 2015. Introduction, Arthur Danto. Conclusion, Thomas McEvilley.

ANIMAL. ANIMA. ANIMUS. Co-author/edit: Marketa Sepala. Touring exhibition and book sponsored by the Pori Museum of Contemporary Art, Finland; Arnhein Museum, Holland; Winnapeg Art Museum, Canada; P.S. 1, New York, 1998-1999.

Painted Bodies of the Americas, Harry N. Abrams Publisher, 1999.

CURRENT POSITION:

Director – Artnow Publications, an enterprise dedicated to applying ecological mandates to the material, marketing, and distribution components of art publishing.

Advisory Board: ART | SCI CENTER, UCLA

CURRENT PROJECTS

Blog: “TO LIFE! Eco Art in Pursuit of a Sustainable Planet”: http://www.lindaweintraub.com/tolife

“Environmental Health Clinic”, an educational/performance art project. Collaborator: Natalie Jeremijenko

Salons: “Dear Mother Nature”, ongoing

“LASER: The Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous” – MIT Leonardo Journal events

AGArts: A national intiative to promote artists working with agriculture


CURRENT and RECENT POSITIONS:

Director – Artnow Publications, an enterprise dedicated to applying ecological mandates to the material, marketing, and distribution components of art publishing.

Advisory Board: AG ARTS

Juror: 2013 Buckminster Fuller Challenge

Advisory Board: ART | SCI CENTER, UCLA

Exhibition Committe: Kleinert/James Gallery/Byrdcliffe Woodstock, NY


EDUCATION:

Bachelor of Arts:
University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 1960-1961
Douglas College, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ. 1961-1964

Master of Fine Arts:
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ. 1964-1965 and 1968-1970.

Thesis: The Art of Transcendent Connections: A Study of Integration of Art and the Non-Judeo/Christian Religious Movements in the 1960s


MUSEUM ADMINISTRATIVE AND CURATORIAL EXPERIENCE:

Director, Edith C. Blum Art Institute, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 1982-1992

Director, Philip Johnson Center for the Arts, Muhlenberg, Allentown, PA, 1979-1982


RECENT TEACHING POSITIONS:

Hartford University School of the Arts MFA, Hartford University, Hartford, CT, 2016 - ongoing

The Lang College, New School, 2014

Henry Luce Professor of Emerging Arts, Oberlin College, 2000 - 2004



RECENT EXHIBITIONS, WORKSHOPS, PERFORMANCES of MY ART

“Fire and Ice”, Emily Harvey Foundation, New York, NY. November 2016

 

“Change Food Fest”, Times Center, New York, NY, November 2016

 

“O+ Festival,” Kingston, NY. October, 2016

“Lazarus Project”, Free Columbia, Philmont, NY, May, 2016

“Grandmother Earth”, solo exhibition at CHRCH Project Space, Cottekill, NY. May-June, 2016

“Artists on Art", Special River Crossings Exhibition Tours, Olana State Historic Park, Catskill, NY. June 13-Nov 1, 2015"

"Hox Zodiac," collaboration with Victoria Vesna, Rhinebeck, NY. February 2015 and July, 2015

"Value of Food", St. John the Divine Cathedral, New York, NY, 2015-16

"Food Shed", CR20 Gallery, Linlithgo, NY, 2015

“Food Shed,” Smack Mellon Gallery, Brooklyn, NY. Summer 2014

“Road Kill,” Athens Cultural Center, Athens, NY. Summer 2014

“Digging Deeper,” Franklin Street Works, Hartford, CT, Fall 2013


BOOKS IN PROGRESS

Ecological Materialism: Art-is-an Environmental Health Clinic, co-author Natalie Jeremijenko

RACKET! Art In Pursuit of Peace and Quiet

RECENT CURATORIAL PROJECTS

Hudson Valley Data Jam Expo, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, Millbrook, NY May, 2016

Smaller Footprints: Artists Respond to Climate Change, WEAD (Women Environmental Artists Directory), MOAH (Museum of Art and History), Lancaster, California, March, 2016

ARTNAUTS 20th Anniversary Exhbition, Rally 'Round the Flag of Justice, Redline Gallery, Denver, Colorado, November, 2016

 

SELECTED ARTICLES and ESSAYS

"Death:  An Eco-Centric Interpretation,” Icons in Ashes. Embodied Portraits: Memory Is The Only Immortality. Heide Hatry, editor. Forthcoming.

“Strange Invitation for Digging Deeper”, Dirt Dialogues, Edited volume published for the 20th World Congress of Soil Science 2014, by the Soil Science Society of America. Forthcoming

“The Art of Critique,” Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture. Special issue: Art, Environment, Sustainability. Dr. Giovanni Aloi, Editor in Chief. Issue 36, Summer 2016. http://www.antennae.org.uk/

“Linda Mary Montano is Reborn,” Performing Arts Journal, MIT Press. May 2016, Vol. 38, No. 2

“Archetypes of Material Use and Disuse”, Cogent Arts and Humanities Online. Taylor & Francis Group, UK, 2016. September, 2016. ISBN 2331-1983

“Archetypes of Material Use and Disuse: An Art and Ecology Primer”, Cogent Arts and Humanities Online. Taylor & Francis Group, UK, 2016. September, 2016. ISBN 2331-1983
https://www.cogentoa.com/article/10.1080/23311983.2016.1168910

Bonnie Sherk: Biography and BibliographyGrove Dictionary of Art / Oxford Art Online. Oxford University Press, 2016.

nomos’: Martha Russo’s Fine Art of Living Systems”. Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Boulder, CO, 2016.

“Water. Water.” Water, Water Everywhere: Paean to a Vanishing Resource. Touring New Media Exhibition Online. http://waterpoetryprose.wordpress.com/ (2015)

Consecration, Control, Collaboration: Pre To Post Anthropocentric Creativity”.  Digital Creativity. Lone Malmborg & Julia Sussner Editors, Volume 26, Special Issue: Arts & Ecology. Taylor & Francis  Online. 2015 https://www.academia.edu/10836691/Post-Anthropocentric_Creativity

Linda Weintraub's Titular Ode to Robert Kelly”. Robert Kelly Festschrift, Metambesen Publishers, 2015

"The Dress/Tent Project: A Correspondence Between Linda Weintraub, Robin Lasser, and Adrienne Pao," Center for Integrated Media, California Institute of the Arts, Viz. Inter-Arts. 2015

“Jason DeCaires Taylor: The Firing and Misfiring of Human Powers,” catalogue essay, 2015

"(P)(RE)VIEWS: Eco Art’s Challenge to Art Criticism", in the anthology, Ecocriticism. Eine Einführung Böhlau Verlag GmbH & Cie, Cologne 2015 http://www.boehlau-verlag.com/download/164364/978-3-412-50165-5_Inhalt.pdf

“Homesick in the Wilderness”, Thinking Wilderness. http://www.thinkingwilderness.org. LEAP (Land, Experience, Art of Place) project. OCHOzone, Questa, New Mexico. 2014.

“The Rearing of a Calvinist Witch”, Brooklyn Rail: Critical Perspective on Arts, Politics, and Culture. June, 2014.

"Interview with Leyya Tawil" Critical Correspondence, Movement Research online journal. October    10, 2014 http://www.movementresearch.org/criticalcorrespondence/blog/?p=9424

Curator/Anthropologist/Ethnographer/Artist: Katherine Carl and Natalie Jeremijenko Interviewed by Linda Weintraub.”  Ethnoscripts: Institut für Ethnologie. Universität Hamburg.  Michael Proepper (Editor) Issue 2199-7942 http://journals.sub.uni-hamburg.de/ethnoscripts/article/view/812

“The Fall and Rise of Community”, WEAD, Women's Environmental Art Directory, WEAD Journal. http://www.movementresearch.org/criticalcorrespondence/blog/?p=9424&utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=leyya-tawil-in-conversation-with-linda-weintraub; 2014

Excerpt of "To Life! Eco Art in Pursuit of a Sustainable Planet" published in the Environment & Society Portal, a project of the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society, LMU Munich (University of Munich) and the Deutsches Museum. The Rachel Carson Center is generously funded by the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research. August, 2014.

“Khem Caigan: A Witch Among the Calvinists”, The Brooklyn Rail, July, 2014

"Gardening as a Subversive Act", The Good Gardener, Nature, Humanity, and the Garden, Black Dog Publishing, Artifice Series, London, 2014

"Tragedy of Wild Waters", WEAD, Women's Environmental Art Directory, WEAD Journal no.6, November, 2013

“Raquel Rabinovich -Yearnings”: Catalog essay - October, 2013

“Curatorial Flow Patterns”, CSPA Journal (Center for Sustainable Practice in the Arts), 2013

“Strange Invitations for Digging Deeper”, Franklin Street Works catalogue, 2013

“Jan Harrison” – Interview in Leonardo Journal on-line

“Strategies/Tragedies of the Commons” ACRA Agroforestry, Greene County Council on the Arts

"Dear Mother Nature." Catalog essay, Dorsky Museum of Art, State University of New York, New Paltz, NY, 2012.

"Dear Mother Nature." Catalog essay, Dorsky Museum of Art, State University of New York, New Paltz, NY, 2012.

“Tricia Zimic: Defending the Endangered.” Catalog essay, State Museum of New Jersey, Trenton, NJ, 2011.

"Contemporary Art in the 21st Century." Performing Arts Journal, Anniversary Issue, Fall, 2011.

"The Art of Dieing." Re-framing Art Education Beyond the Classroom: Pondering the Enigma of the Outsider. Edited by Alice Wexler and is scheduled for initial publication by Palgrave Macmillan, a division of St. Martin’s Press, LLC. 2012.

“Mary Ann Davis: Art as a Missionary Act”, Hudson River Museum and Gallery Guide, Summer 2011.

"Transgénesis: Desde los primeros a los últimos comienzos" published in Eduardo Kac: El creador de seres imposibles, Universidad de Caldas, Manizales, Colombia, 2010.

“Remember the Ladies / Nature Nurture”, Hudson River Museum & Gallery Guide, August 2010.

"AHOY! Where Lies Henry Hudson?" Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild, 2009.

“Maximizing Art’s Mark/ Minimizing Art’s Footprint: Eco-Centered Pedagogy for Foundations Curriculum” FATE in REVIEW, Spring 2009.

“DEMOnstrations of ECOlogical Modes of Operation”, CSPA Quarterly . Fall 2009

“From the Fat of the Land: Alchemies, Ecologies, Attractions”, Grand Arts, Kansas City, 2007.

“TODT After Next”, Fleisher/Ollman /Gallery, 2007.

“The Search for an Eco-Friendly Publishing Strategy,” The Art Book, August, 2007.

"Laura Battle. In Pursuit of Enantiodromia” Lohin Geduld Gallery, 2007.

“Final Thoughts: Eco-Art Practice” Forum on Eco-tistical Art, College Art Journal. Summer, 2006.

“Transgenesis: From Past to Last Beginnings,” Eduardo Kac, Espacio: Fundacion Telefonica, 2006.

Mary Anne Davis: Sculpture, Painting, Procelain”, 2005. Mark McDonald Gallery, Hudson, NY, 2005.

“Alexis Rockman” Grand Arts, Kansas City, Kansas 2004.

“Constructing and Demolishing: Manual to Settle Sediments”” – an eighteen page artist/writer collaboration with Marco Maggi, College Art Journal, Fall, 2003.

“An Eco Art Manifesto”, co-author Skip Schuckmann Landscape and Art, Fall 2003.

“St. Orlan: tee-se-itse-pyhimys”, Image, 2001.

Barbara Bachner, Studio DArs, Milan, Italy, 2001.

Monthly reviews and feature articles in Tema Celeste Art Journal: Anish Kapoor, Janine Antoni, Not Vital, James Turrell, Gary Hume, Donica Phelps, Donald Lipski, Rirkrit Tiravanija, etc.

Genus Fusion: The Art of Jan Harrison, Station Hill Press, 2001.

"The Studio Potential of the University Art Gallery"

Yang Ming-Dye:Leaf by Leaf, Watermark Cargo Gallery, October, 1999.

Marco Maggi: Techtonic, 123 Watts Gallery, January, 1998.

William Schade: Art in Pursuit of a Smile. The State University of New York at Albany, Spring, 1999.

"The Artist, The Institution, The State", Rockefeller Foundation, Next Generation Leadership Fellowship Program on-line magazine, February, 1999.

"The Artist, The Institution, The State", FYI, The New York Foundation for the Arts, Fall, 1998, Vol. 14. No.3.

"The Studio Potential of the University Art Gallery", College Art Journal, April, 1999.

“Blind Windows. Crystal Walls”, Raquel Rabinovich: The Dark is the Source of Light, Station Hill Arts, 1996.

"The Reincarnation of St. Orlan", Image Magazine, Helsinki. September, 1995.

World War II Through the Eyes of Thomas Hart Benton, Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, Texas 1991.

“The Art of Showing Art”, by Ray Fashona, Dutchess, October/November 1989.

Symbols of Faith: Menorah, Icon, Prayer Rug. Center for the Arts, Muhlenberg College, 1981.

“The Egg Symbol in the Work of Clarence Carter”, Clarence H. Carter, Center for the Arts, Muhlenberg College, 1978.


SELECTED GUEST LECTURES
Alfred University, Alfred, NY

Allegheny College,Meadville, PA

American University, Washington, DC

ArtCultureNature conference, University of Washington, Bothel

Ball State UniversityBard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY

Bioneers Conference, San Rafael, CA

Cabaret Voltaire, Poughkeepsie, NY

Castleton State College, Castleton, VT

Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, MI

Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World, Exeter, Great Britain

Chicago Art Institute, Chicago, IL

Colgate College, Hamilton, NY

College Art Association Conferences, Atlanta, GE; Los Angeles,

CA; New York, NY; Chicago, IL

College of Charleston, Charleston, NC

Columbia College, Chicago, IL

Columbus State College, Columbus, OH

Cooper Union, New York, NY

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

Creative Problem Solving Institute Conference, Hadley, MA

DePaul University, Chicago, IL

Dowling College, Oakdale, NY

Earlham College, Richmond, Indiana

EcoMetropolis Conference, New York University, NY

Edgewood College, Madison, WI

Elon University, Greensboro, NC

Evergreen College, Olympia, Washington

Falmouth College, Falmouth, United Kingdom

Florida State University, Tallahasse, FL

Galatin School, NYU, New York, NY

Gallatin School, New York University, New York, NY

Goucher College, Baltimore, MD

Grand Arts, Kansas City, KA

Green Mountain College, Poultney, VT

Hanover College, Indiana

Harford College, Baltimore, MD

Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN

Interlochen College of Creative Arts, Interlochen, MI

ISEA: International Symposium on Electronic Art, Alb'que,NM

Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY

Kansas Art Institute, Kansas City. KA

Keene State College, Keene NH

Laney College, Oakland, CA

Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA

Longwood University, Washington, DC

Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA

Maryland Institute of Art and Design, Baltimore, MD

Marywood University,Scranton, PA

Millsaps College, Jackson, Mississippi

Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design in Milwaukee, WI

Minneapolis College of Art, Minneapolis, WI

New York Horticultural Society, New York, NY

New York Public Library, New York, NY

New York University, New York, NY

New York University, Fales Library, New York, NY

Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL

Omega Institute, Rhinebeck, NY

Orlando Museum of Contemporary Art, Orlando, FL

Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA

Pacifica University, Forest Grove, OR

Parsons School of Design, New York, NY

Penn State, Brandywine, PA

Penn State, State College, PA

Pratt College of Art, Brooklyn, NY

P.S.1 MOMA, Long Island City, NY

San Jose State University, San Jose, CA

Santa Monica College, Santa Monica, CA

Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GE

School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago

St. Mary’s College, St. Mary’s MD

State University of New York, New Paltz, NY

State University of New York, Stony Brook, NY

The New School, New York, NY

University of Arizona, Tempe, AZ

University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY

University of California, Los Angeles

University of California, Irvine

University of California, San Diego

University of Chicago, Chicago

University of Colorado, Denver

University of Connecticut, Stamford, CT

University of Delaware, "Earth Perfect? Nature, Utopia and the Garden", Wilmington, DE

University of Georgia, Athens, GA

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

University of Indiana, Terra Huate, IN

University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD

University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, St. Paul, M

University of Montana, Missoula, MT

University of New Mexico, Albuquerque

University of New Mexico, Las Cruces

University of New York, Buffalo, NY

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

University of Toledo, Toldedo, OH

University of Washington, Bothell, WA

University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

Vanderbilt University, Charlotte, NC

Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY

Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA

Washburn University, Topeka, KS

Washington University, St. Louis, MO

Wayne State University, Detroit, MI

Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

York University, York, Great Britain

PUBLICATIONS I AUTHORED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EXHIBITIONS I CURATED

Demo Eco M.O., Nurture Art, Brooklyn, NY 2009.

AHOY! Where Lies Henry Hudson? Quadricentennial Celebration Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild, 2009. Along the Garden Path: Fantasy Gardens in the Industrial Landscape, exhibition , Delaware Center for Contemporary Art, 1998.

Letting the Rope of Time Run Out: An Annotated Conversation with Stefan Lindfors, Finish Embassy, Washington D.C., April, 1996

New York State Museum Biennial, state-wide juried exhibition. February, 1998.

Down the Garden Path, Delaware Center for Contemporary Art. May, 1998.

Blind Windows. Crystal Walls, Intar Latin American Art Gallery, April, 1996.

IS IT ART?, touring exhibition through Exhibitions Management, 1995 - 1997.

Preserving the Past: Latin-American, African-American, and European-American Printmakers of the 1930s, 1992. Exhibition catalogue.

Being Discovered: The Spanish Conquest from the Amer-Indian Point of View: Alejandro Mario Yllanes 1992. Gallery guide.

Sixties Graphics: Culture and Counter-Culture, 1991. Gallery guide.

Censored in 1962. Celebrated in 1991. Eli Bielutin and the New Russian Avant-Garde, 1991. Exhibition catalogue.

Art What Thou Eat: Images of Food in American Art, 1990. Contributors: Donna Gustafson, Gilbert T. Vincent, Kendall Taylor, Nan A. Rothschild. Published by Moyer Bell and distributed by Rizzoli Publishers. Toured to New York Historical Society.

A Connoisseur’s Quest: Integrating New Discoveries into the Annals of Art History, 1990. Gallery guide with numerous contributors.

Buckminster Fuller: Harmonizing Nature, Humanity, and Technology, 1990. Catalogue took the form of an issue of the magazine UpRiver/DownRiver. Toured to the Bass Museum.

Lo and Behold: Visionary Art in the Post-Modern Era, 1990. Exhibition brochure.

Parade of Prints From West to East, 1990. Bard College and Kanazawa College.

Isabel Bishop. Essay, "Chasing the Shadows of the Times: The Drawings of Isabel Bishop and her Colleagues", 1989. Co-authors Helen Yglesias and John Russell. Published by Chameleon Books of Rizzoli International Publishers. Toured to Arkansas Arts Center.

My American Folk, 1989. Author: Howard Rose. Published by McPherson and Company.

The Complete Graphic Legacy of Fernand Leger, 1989. Author: Daniel Robbins.

Process and Product: The Making of Eight Contemporary Masterworks, 1988. Co-author Donald Kuspit. Winner of 1988 American Association of Museums Design Award.

British Pop Prints, 1987. Exhibition catalogue. Toured to Kanazawa College, Japan.

Pre-Modern Art of Vienna: 1848-1898, 1987. Co-editor Leon Botstein. Contributors: Carl E. Schorske, John W. Boyer, Anton Pelinka, Wolfgang Greisenegger, Dietmar Goltschnigg, Jan E. Adlmann, Leon Botstein, Alessandra Comini, Erika Esau. Hard and soft-cover book published by Wayne State University Press. Toured to IBM Gallery, New York and Hope College, Michigan.

The Maximal Implications of the Minimal Line, 1985. Co- authors Donald Kuspit and Phyllis Tuchman. Exhibition catalogue.

Thomas Hart Benton: Chronicler of America’s Folk Heritage, 1984. Co-authors Matthew Baigell, Archie Green, Alan Buechner. Exhibition catalogue. Toured to Bucknell University, Queens Museum, Hudson River Museum. LandMarks: New Site Proposals by 22 Pioneers of Environmental Art, 1984. Authors: Lawrence Alloway, Erik Kiveat, Daniel Simberloff, Shelley Rice. Toured to Cranbrook Academy.

Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Artist as Photographer, 1983. Authors: Tom Wolf, Franklin Riehlman, Bruce Weber. Co-published with the Norton Gallery. Curators: Tom Wolf and Franklin Reihlman, 1983. Toured to Norton Gallery.

The Rebounding Surface: A Study of Reflection, 1982. Exhibition catalogueCan You Spare a Dime? Art of the WPA Era, 1981. Authors: Karel Yasko, John Malsberger, Mary Ryan. Philip Johnson Center for the Arts, Muhlenberg College.

Art in Pursuit of a Smile, 1981. Exhibition catalogue Philip Johnson Center for the Arts, Muhlenberg College.

An Enrichment of American Culture: Russian Emigres/American Immigres, 1981. Authors: Arvids Ziedonis, Virko Baley, George Kline, John Bowlt, Gennady Smakov. Exhibition catalogue. Philip Johnson Center for the Arts, Muhlenberg College.

Women Look at Women: Feminist Art for the 80s, 1981. Co-author, Arlene Raven. catalogue. Philip Johnson Center for the Arts, Muhlenberg College.


BOOKS PUBLISHED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EXHIBITIONS I ORGANIZED:

The Odyssey in Ancient Art: An Epic in Word and Image, 1992. Authors: Diana Buitron, Beth Cohen, Norman Austin, George Dimock, Thomas Gould, William Mullen,Barry Powell, Michael Simpson. Exhibition catalogue/book. Curators: Diana Buitron and Beth Cohen.

The Transparent Thread: Asian Philosopy in Recent American Art, 1990. Authors, Geri de Paoli and Gail Gelburd. Hard and soft cover books published by Penn State Press. Curators: Geri de Paoli and Gail Gelburd. Toured to Hofstra University, Salina Art Center, University of Houston, Crocker Art Museum, Laguna Art Museum.

Sequence and (CON)Sequence: (SUB)Version of Photography in the 80s, 1989. Authors: Julia Ballerini, Lori Zippay and William S. Wilson. Hard and soft cover books published by Aperture Press. Curator: Julia Ballerini.

The Arts at Black Mountain College, 1987. Author: Mary Emma Harris. Hard and soft cover books published by MIT Press. Curator: Mary Emma Harris. Toured to Grey Gallery, New York University and the North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh.

Charmed Places: Hudson River Artists and Their Houses, Studios and Vistas, 1987. Hard and soft cover books published by Harry N. Abrams. Authors, Sandra Phillips, James Marston Fitch, Albert Fein, Donnelson Hoopes, William B. Rhoads. Curator: Sandra Phillips. Toured to the Hudson River Museum and the Albany Institute. Archipenko: Drawings, Reliefs, and Constructions, 1986. Author, Joan Marter

Herakles: Passage of the Hero Through 1000 Years of Classical Art 1986. Author Jamie Uhlenbrock. Book published by Aristide D. Caratzas, Publisher. Curator: Jamie Uhlenbrock.

The Graphic Legacy of Paul Klee, 1986. Author, Jim Jordan. Exhibition catalogue. Curator: Jim Jordan.

Neo-Neo-Classicism, 1986. Curator: Deborah Drier.Byrdcliffe: Life by Design. Woodstock’s Original Craft Arts Cology, 1985.Co-curated with Robert Edwards. Toured to the Albany Institute of Art and Design and the Delaware Art Museum. Exhibition catalogue

In Search of the Picturesque: Nineteenth Century Images of Industry Along the Hudson, 1983. Author, Kenneth Maddox. Exhibition catalogue. Curator: Kenneth Maddox. Toured to the Hudson River Museum and the Albany Institute of History and Art.

Ornament and Glory: Theme and Theory in the Works of Karl Knaths,1982. Authors Jim Young, Jean Young, Judith Rothschild. Exhibition catalogue, Curators: Jim and Jean Young.


OTHER EXHIBITIONS CURATED AT BARD COLLEGE (Partial Listing)

"Arctic Vision: Art of the Canadian Inuit. The Alaskan Eskimo, The Greenlandic Eskimo,"

“The History of Arctic Photography", 1986

"Alice Neel: Premiering Works From the 20S, 30S, 40S, AND 50S", 1984. Toured to Grimaldas Gallery, Boston

"Art as Social Conscience", 1984

"Painter-Photographers : THE 1930S, THE 35MM CAMERA", 1983. Toured to the Norton Gallery

"Interpretations of Reality: Photographs of the North American Indian, 1870-1930", 1982. Toured to Muhlenberg College.

"Out of the OOO Cloud: Artists Salute the Return of Haley’s Comet", 1982. Co-curated with Aymon deSalles. Toured to Light Gallery, New York


EXHIBITIONS CURATORED at MUHLENBERG COLLEGE (Partial listing)

"Can You Spare a Dime? Art of the WPA Era", 1981

"Dan Graham: Pavilion Sculpture", 1981

"Art in Pursuit of a Smile", 1981

"An Enrichment of American Culture: Russian Emigres/ American Immigres", 1981

"Women Look at Women: Feminist Art for the 80S", 1981

"Vito Acconci:: The Artist is the Anthropologist of His Own Universe", 1980

"The Renaissance: Enduring Splendor", 1980

"Masks: Revelations and Disguises", 1980

"Radical Realism", 1980

"Islam, Judaism, Christianity: Prayer Rug, Menorah, Icon", 1979 Toured to Explorer's Hall, Washington, D.C.


ECO-ART EXHIBITIONS CURATORED:

In Search of the Picturesque: Nineteenth Century Images of Industry Along the Hudson, Bard College 1984

Land-Marks: New Site Proposals by 22 Pioneers of Environmental Art, Bard College 1984

Charmed Places: Hudson River Artists: Their Houses, Studios, and Vistas, Bard College 1987

Buckminster Fuller: Harmonizing Nature, Humanity, and Technology, Bard College 1990

Along the Garden Path: Fantasy Gardens in the Industrial Landscape, Delaware Center for Contemporary Art, 1990

Where Lies Henry Hudson? Byrdcliffe Woodstock Guild, 2009

Demo Eco M.O. Demonstrations of Ecological Modes of Operation, Nurture Art 2008

Teeny Green. Cedar Crest College, 2008

30 Below: Eco Fashion Runway, Edgewood College, 2009

Dear Mother Nature, Dorsky Museum of Art, SUNY New Paltz, 2012


TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

I have taught twentieth century American and European art history, drawing and introductory studio art, senior seminar, graduate seminar and interdisciplinary courses in the twentieth century as a lecturer at Muhlenberg College, Cedar Crest College, Lafayette College, State University of New York at New Paltz. At Oberlin College I originated an interdisciplinary arts program.


INTERDISCIPLINARY PROGRAMMING ASSOCIATED WITH EXHIBITIONS:

Poetry slam, dance performance, artist performance, carving workshop, drawing demonstgration related to the exhibition "Dear Mother Nature".

Eco-Centric Art: Day-long symposium and workshops, College Art Association Conference

Twelve-hour festival of minimal dance, poetry, music dealing with time and duration.

Three-day Black Mountain poetry conference

Recreation of a Greek marathon race

Festival exploring measure and proportion in Renaissance life

Multi-disciplinary humor festival

Recreation of nineteenth century sketching trips of the Hudson River

Surrealist film festival

Conference exploring food in art as a metaphor for changes in society

Twentieth anniversary Earth Day Celebration honoring Buckminster Fuller

Public art conference

Portrait-painting expo

Native American / Colonial Perspectives on the Hudson River in Poetry and Music

Fashion show and parade

Catalog-binding workshop and proportion in Renaissance life

Multi-disciplinary humor festival

Recreation of nineteenth century sketching trips of the Hudson River

Surrealist film festival

Conference exploring food in art as a metaphor for changes in society

Twentieth anniversary Earth Day Celebration honoring Buckminster Fuller

Public art conference

Portrait-painting expo

Native American / Colonial Perspectives on the Hudson River in Poetry and Music

Fashion show and parade
Catalog-binding workshop

Native American / Colonial Perspectives on the Hudson River in Poetry and Music

Fashion show and parade
Catalog-binding workshop