DEPARTMENT OF ART
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES SUMMARY
July 1, 2003 – June 30, 2004
Solo exhibition of my prints: etchings, engravings, drypoints, lithographs, monotypes, plaster-cast intaglio prints, and scanned photographs at the Washington Arts Club in Washington, D.C. during the month of September, 2003. Show curated by Dr. Eric Denker, Curator of Prints and Drawings at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, and Senior Lecturer in Art History at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.
Conducted Workshop in the technique of “plaster-cast” intaglio printmaking at the Corcoran School of Art in October, 2003, for the printmaking students of Professor Georgia Deal. Also in attendance were the printmaking students of Skip Barnhart from George Washington University along with several other interested artists in the DC area.
Ritter, Steve, Chemical and Engineering News 81:38, 9/22/03 p. 32 “Periodic Tables.” Article about the artwork created by students in Art 215 and installed at Salem Hall.
Giunca, Mary, Winston-Salem Journal, 9/27/03, p. B1 “For the Feet of Ghosts” A review and photos of ‘Ghost.’
Patterson, Tom, Winston-Salem Journal, 10/26/03 F3 “Ghosts”
Patterson, Tom, Winston-Salem Journal, 12/28/03 ‘One for the Show’ ‘Ghost was included in a review of Patterson’s ‘top ten’ exhibitions for 2003 in Winston-Salem.
Tynes, Teresa, Art Papers, 28:2 4/04, p. 42 ‘review of “Thresholds: Expressions of Art and Spiritual Life”
“Thresholds” 2004 Arts Councils of FL, SC, NC, KY, TN. 120 pp catalog for the exhibition, curated by Eleanor Heartney. Photograph, vitae and artist statement
Huie, Michael, “Creative Connection,” ARTVIEW Magazine, June-August 2004, published by Winston-Salem Journal, p. 20
Gaillard, Courtney, “Ground Broken for tower that will be erected at Diggs,”
The Winston-Salem Chronicle, April 29, 2004, page A10
“Ghost”, (solo exhibition of carved marble shoes) Huggins Shoe Repair, 420 W. 4th Street, Winston-Salem, October, 2003
Thresholds: Expressions of Art and Spiritual Life, City Gallery, Charleston, SC. A Project of the arts councils of FL, SC, NC, TN, KY. Curated by Eleanor Heartney. Catalog. Traveling. January 2004
“Thresholds” (see above) Owensboro Museum of Fine Arts, Owensboro, KY, May-July 2004
Suitcase Sculpture Show (traveling):
University Gallery, UNC-Asheville, Asheville, NC February 1-28, 2003
Elon University, Model Center for the Arts, Elon, NC, April 1-23, 2003
Coastal Carolina University, Conway, SC, August 15-September 30, 2003
Redux, 136 St. Philip Street, Charleston, SC, October 9-November 6, 2003
Burroughs Welcome Gallery, School of Art, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC,
January 11-24, 2004
Community Council for the Arts, Kinston, NC, March 11-april 24, 2004
Transylvania County Arts Council’s Community Arts Center Gallery, Brevard, NC,
May 21-June 28, 2004
Hallberg, Leigh Ann
“Cellular Phantasms and Other Portraits” Solo Exhibition
December 5 2003-January 23, 2004
“Speks” Two person exhibition with John Pickel
Realis fine Arts Gallery, Winston-Salem
February 6-28, 2004
Two-person exhibit at Artworks Gallery, Winston-Salem, NC
Winter Show, Greenhill Center for NC Art, Greensboro, NC
Laughlin, Page H.
Dolby Chadwick Gallery, San Francisco, CA – work consigned from July ’03-September ‘03
Pleasure Places IV, Center of the Earth Gallery, Charlotte, NC, January ’04-February ‘04
Lubin, David M.
Shooting Kennedy: JFK and the Culture of Images (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 2003).
“Visual Culture and the Kennedys,” Chronicle Review (Nov. 14, 2003): B12-13
“Timeless Image of Grief and Sorrow,” op-ed piece, Los Angeles Times Nov. 21, 2003): B21
“Shocking Pink,” op-ed piece, Seattle Post-Intelligencer (Nov. 23, 2003): F1
“Childe’s Play,” exhibition preview, Artforum (May 2004: 86
Invited guest lectures:
Metropolitan Museum of Art
National Gallery of Art
Hermitage Foundation (Norfolk, VA)
Reynolda House Museum of American Art
Andy Warhol Museum
Northern Virginia Community College
New York University
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Pickel, John R.
Salem Celebrates Downtown Arts District
Salem Fine Arts Center Gallery, Salem College, 2003
Pickel, John R.
Homegrown North Carolina Artists Invitational
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, NC
Hug, Multimedia video and audio installation, collaboration with Anderson Williams,
Two Person Show
ReAlis Gallery, Winston-Salem, NC
Fibonacci and Phi dance production, Main Stage at Wake Forest, Dec. 4-7, 2003
One piece of charcoal drawing submitted to the Associated Artists of Winston-Salem (AAWS) exhibition, Back to Basics—an exhibit of drawings and sketches by all Members, at AAWS Gallery, Winston-Salem, May 29, 2003-July 5, 2003.
Chaired session “The State of the Research in Sixteenth Century Italian Art,” at the College Art Association Annual Meeting, Seattle, Feb. 2003
Yue-Ling Wong, Jennifer Burg, and Victoria Strokanova, “Digital Media in Computer Science Curricula,” ACM SIGCSE Conference, March 3-7, 2004
Reviewed articles for the Art Bulletin and Renaissance Quarterly
Lubin, David M.
Advisory Editor, Men and Masculinities: An Interdisciplinary Journal
Selection Committee member, Summer Travel Fellowships Program, Center for the Advanced Study of the Visual Arts (CASVA) at the National Gallery, Washington
Lubin, David M.
Conducted graduate-student seminar sessions at Yale and University of Wisconin (in addition to my public lectures at those institutions) and gave a guest lecture for an undergraduate art history class at Harvard.
Treasurer, International Center of Medieval Art
Director, Association Villard de Honnecourt for the Interdisciplinary study of Medieval Art, Science and Technology
Scientific Committee for Auxerre Cathedral: 10 hours/month
Creative Director of IMEJ (Interactive Multimedia Electronic Journal) at Wake Forest
Conducted a one-day workshop on Photography Science in SciMax summer workshop “The Science of Art” (funded by NSF) for middle-school teachers. July 11, 2003
Topic: Chess table Sculpture
Agency: Winston-Salem Scholastic Chess Association
Topic: Integration Digital Media Curriculum
Yue-Ling Wong (PI), Jennifer Burg (Co-PI)
Agency: NSF’s CCLI Program (Course, Curriculum, and Laboratory Improvement)
(Jan. 2004 – Dec. 2006)