DEPARTMENT OF ART
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES SUMMARY
FOR JULY 1, 1998 TO JUNE 30, 1999

 



I. Publications, Performances,Exhibits

Barnes, Bernadine

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, Jan. 12, 1998-Feb. 3, 1998.

Faber, David

Curated the Prairie Music Suite Exhibition, September 1997.

Represented in recent exhibition entitled "Informing the Eye: Approaches to Abstract Art" held at Guilford College Art Gallery March 15-May 7, 1999.

Guest artist lecture to the Sawtooth Associated Artists Group exhibition entitled, "Something New." Lecture on "Creativity from our Childhood Landscapes."

Finn, David

'Street Art' La Posteria Gallery, Milan Italy, Group Exhibition, Oct 16-Nov.16, 1997

Hitchcock, Alix

1998 "Winston-Salem Artist of the Year Retrospective" exhibit, Milton Rhodes Gallery, Sawtooth Center for Visual Art, Winston-Salem, NC

1997 "In-Print" group invitational, Center for Creative Leadership, Greensboro, NC

Pickel, John

"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.

Stouten, Margaret

"26th Annual NC Artists Exhibition" Fayetteville Museum of Art.

"In Print" - Center for Creative Leadership, Greensboro, NC.

"New Faculty Exhibition" - WFU Fine Arts Gallery.

 

 

II. Papers and Presentations Presented at Professional Meetings

Barnes, Bernadine

Organized session and presented introductory paper on response theory for "Responding to Italian Art," at the 33rd International Medieval Studies Congress, Kalamazoo, Mich., May 10, 1998

 

Laughlin, Page

Public lecture at UNC Greensboro.

Graduate Reviews and Undergraduate Critiques at UNC Greensboro.

 

III. Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

Barnes, Bernadine

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.

Faber, David

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".

 

Finn, David

Member of the selection panel for the Alumni Sculpture Garden, Courtyard Design Competition, UNC Chapel Hill (20 hours).

 

    IV. External Grants Received

Finn, David

"Artist Fellowship" North Carolina Council on the Arts, $6000.

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF ART

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES SUMMARY

JULY 1, 1998 – JUNE 30, 1999

 

I. Publications, Performances, Exhibits

Barnes, Bernadine

Faber, David

Delivered a lecture on printmaking to the Humanities Students at High Point University in January 1999.

Lecture on printmaking and personal creativity to the "Women in Music" class at Salem College in February.

March 29-April 2 – Visiting Artist at Southern Illinois University. Delivered two lectures on printmaking and the subject of my work to graduate and undergraduate art students.

Performed a studio lecture/demonstration on the process of "Plaster-Cast Printmaking" with the art students from entire School of Art. We produced 26 plaster-cast works.

Performed demonstrations on multiple plate color processes in intaglio printmaking, and finished the color proofing for a new three-plate intaglio print.

Represented in recent exhibition entitled "Informing the Eye: Approaches to Abstract Art" held at Guilford College Art Gallery March 15-May 7, 1999.

Guest artist lecture to the Sawtooth Associated Artists Group exhibition entitled, "Something New." Lecture on "Creativity from our Childhood Landscapes."

Finn, David

Reviews of Work: Woody Holliman "Critics Choice" Art Papers Jan/Feb. ’99 p.58-9 (review)

"Critics Choice," Duke University Museum of Art, Durham, NC, curated by Linda Dougherty

"Artists of the Catskills," Liberty Art Center, Liberty, NY

Sculpture Show "Artspace," Raleigh, NC, curated by Brooke Anderson

Gregory, Margaret

Contributed 60 artist biographies and a comprehensive bibliography to the catalogue: American Abstract Art of the 1930’s and 1940’s: The J. Donald Nichols Collection. Abrams, 1998

Hitchcock, Alix

1998 – Three person Exhibit, The Twentieth Century Gallery, Williamsburg, VA

1998-99 - "Faculty Choose Faculty", WFU Fine Arts Gallery

1999 – "Bodies of Work" Group Invitational, Arts Council Boardroom,

Winston-Salem

1999 – Two-person Exhibit, Artworks Gallery, Winston-Salem

1999 – "Selected N. C. Artists", Ashland Area Art Gallery, Ashland, KY

Knott, Robert

American Abstract Art of the 1930s and 1940s: The J. Donald Nichols Collection, Abrams, New York, 1998.

Curator for Exhibition: "American Art of the 1930s and 1940s: The J. Donald Nichols Collection

Laughlin, Page

"Critics Choice: Page Hamilton Laughlin and David Finn"

Duke University Museum of Art, Durham, NC, 1998

"Artists of the Catskills" Liberty Museum of Art, Liberty, NY 1998

"Triad Artist Exhibition" Southeastern Center of Contemporary Art, NC 1999

 

Pickel, John

"Manipulator," multimedia video installation, "Faculty Choose Faculty," WFU, SFAC Gallery, Winston-Salem, NC

"Arts on the River," Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA, 1999

"USC Digital Works on Paper," Columbia, SC 1999

"Collision of Cool," Networks Gallery, Pontiac, MI 1999

"ArText," national juried exhibition, Sawtooth Center, Winston-Salem, NC, 1998

"18th NC Photographers Annual Exhibition, Frankie Weems Gallery, Meredith College, Raleigh, NC 1998

Smith, Margaret Supplee

North Carolina Women Making History (with Emily Herring Wilson) UNC Press, 1999. (I wrote the 8 chapters from prehistory to 1940, identified, acquired, wrote captions and the 250 illustrations; compiled the bibliography and documents. Wilson wrote the 22 biographies, World War II Chapter, epilogue

Book Review Shaping Communities, Papers from the Vernacular Architecture Conferences VI, for the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, June, 1999

North Carolina Women Making History (scaled-down version of the 1994 exhibit I curated now traveling throughout the State). Museum of the Albemarle, Elizabeth City, Feb. – May, 1999.

Titus, Harry

"Cathe’drale Saint-Etienne d’ Auxerre: Prospections non-destructives pour retrouver les restes de la cathe’drale Xleme," with Michel Dabas, CNRS. Colloque de Saint-Germain d’Auxerre:Architecture (May, 1999).

"Relations architecturales entre St.-Germain et St.-Etienne a Auxerre," Colloque de Saint-Germain d’Auxerre: Architecture (May, 1999).

  1. Papers and Presentations Presented at Professional Meetings LI>

    Barnes, Bernadine

    Faber, David

    Finn, David

    Gregory, Margaret

    Hitchcock, Alix

    Knott, Robert

    Laughlin, Page

    Visiting Artist Lecture and Graduate Critiques

    University of North Carolina, Greensboro, 1998

    Pickel, John

    Smith, Margaret Supplee

    Titus, Harry

    "The Paradise Gardens of Italy," Tryon Palace, New Bern, NC, January, 1999

    "Detection non-destructive sous la cathedral Saint-Etienne d’ Auxerre," with Michel Dabas, CNRS, Colloque d’ Archeometrie 99, Lyon France, April, 1999

     

  2. Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies
  3. Barnes, Bernadine

    Served on editorial Board of IMEJ: Interactive Multimedia Electronic Journal of Computer-Enhanced Learning

    President of the Italian Art Society, a national society for art historians

    For Microsoft, entries for Encarta on mannerism and Lorenzo Lotto, approx. 16 hours

    For ICCEL, presentations on the use of computers in teaching art history, approx. 6 hours

    Faber, David

    Finn, David

    Gregory, Margaret

    Hitchcock, Alix

    Knott, Robert

    Laughlin, Page

    Pickel, John

    Smith, Margaret Supplee

    Titus, Harry

    Treasurer and Business manager, AVISTA (Association Villard de Honnecourt For the Interdisciplinary Study of Medieval Technology, Science, and Art)

    IV. External Grants Received

Barnes, Bernadine

Faber, David

Finn, David

Gregory, Margaret

Hitchcock, Alix

Knott, Robert

Laughlin, Page

Pickel, John

"A Man’s World," an actual and virtual installation

New Works grant from the North Carolina Arts Council Via The Light Factory Gallery, Charlotte, NC

Requested: $6,000.00 Funded: Pending

Smith, Margaret Supplee

Titus, Harry

 

 

Faculty Information Forms/June 1, 1999