Publications, Performances, Exhibits
Michelangelo's Last Judgment: The Renaissance Response (Berkeley, Los Angeles and London: The University of California Press, January, 1998).
"Aretino, the Public, and the Censorship of Michelangelo's Last Judgment," article published in Suspended License: Censorship and the Visual Arts, ed. Elizabeth C. Childs (Seattle and London: University of Washington Press, November, 1997), pp. 59-84.
Curated "Divine Inspiration: Religious
Prints from the Wake Forest University Print Collection," exhibited in
the Wake Forest University Fine Arts Gallery, January 12-February 3, 1998.
Curated the Prairie Music Suite Exhibition,
'Street Art' La Posteria Gallery, Milan
Italy, Group Exhibition, October 16-November 16, 1997.
"Winston-Salem Artist of the Year Retrospective" exhibit, Milton Rhodes Gallery, Sawtooth Center for Visual Art, Winston-Salem, NC, 1998.
"In-Print" group invitational, Center
for Creative Leadership, Greensboro, NC, 1997.
"Dr. Strangelove Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love The Computer" Introduction to the exhibition catalogue "A Common Thread, Digital Media and the Creative Process", Wake Forest University Fine Arts Gallery, January 1998.
"Gaze in the Military" Multimedia installation.
WFU Art Department New Members Exhibition, January - February 1998.
"26th Annual NC Artists Exhibition" Fayetteville Museum of Art.
"In Print" - Center for Creative Leadership, Greensboro, NC.
"New Faculty Exhibition" - WFU Fine
Papers and Presentations
Organized session and presented introductory
paper on response theory for "Responding to Italian Art," at the 33rd
International Medieval Studies Congress, Kalamazoo, MI, May 10, 1998.
Public lecture at UNC Greensboro.
Graduate Reviews and Undergraduate
Critiques at UNC Greensboro.
Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies
Editorial board member of IMEj: Interactive Multimedia Electronic Journal of Computer-Enhanced Learning.
Vice-president of the Italian Art Society.
For Microsoft, contributed entry on
Michelangelo for Encarta; approximately 12 hours.
Consultant to the Winston-Salem/Forsyth
County Public Schools on Critique Day at SECCA (Southeastern Center for
Contemporary Art), Friday, May 1, 1998. The critique group was entitled
"Artists who work in a Series."
Member of the selection panel for the
Alumni Sculpture Garden, Courtyard Design Competition, UNC Chapel Hill,
External Grants Received
$6,000.00. "Artist Fellowship,"
North Carolina Council on the Arts.