DEPARTMENT OF ART
FACULTY ACTIVITIES REPORT
JULY 1, 1999-JUNE 30, 2000
Review of Peter Humfrey, Lorenzo Lotto, in Renaissance Quarterly, 52 (1999), 520-521.
Works reproduced in new book, CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN PRINTMAKING, publication date October 1999 by Jilin Fine Arts Publishing House, Changchun, China.
Co-editors: Robert Malone, Zuo Yingxue, Scott Wampler, ISBN: 7-5386-0859-8/J-630.
The four works reproduced are “plaster-cast intaglio prints.”
Exhibition of Prints (24 works) – Intaglios, Lithographs, Plaster-Cast Etchings and Monotypes At The Fleming Harris Gallery in Beaufort, North Carolina. The exhibition ran from September 5 through October 17, 1999.
I was Exhibition Curator for “The Prairie Music Suite,” an exhibition of prints and poems including the printmaking media of woodcuts, wood engravings, intaglio prints, photo-etchings, relief-intaglio prints, engravings, and letter-press prints. The exhibition was held at The Center for Great Plains Studies at The University of Nebraska at Lincoln from March 1 through April 20, 2000. The eight internationally known artists residing in the United States and Canada in the exhibition were: Derek Michael Besant, Warrington Colescott, David Landon Faber, K. Gwen Frank, Poet Robert (Bert) Hedin, Karen Kunc, Frances Myers, and Jim Westergard.
Wake Forest University Faculty Exhibition at Wake Forest University Galleries from January 21 through February 29, 2000.
“Artists in the New Millenium” – a group exhibition at Salem College and Academy that ran from November 1999 through January 2000.
Photographs and commentary of work published in catalog for the ‘Pittura dura’ exhibition:
“Pittura Dura” 1999, Electa, Milan, Italy, page 136
2000 ‘National Small Sculpture Exhibition’ The Library, Hattiesburg, MI
1999 “Pittura Dura” Fondazione Palazzo Bricherasio, Turin, Italy, sponsored by Centro Italiano per le Arti e la Cultura.
1999 ‘Retro Real Street Art Show’, The Emerging Collector, New York, NY.
September 1999: Artworks Group Show, Center for Creative Leadership, Greensboro, NC
October 1999: Mother/Daughter: Weavings and Drawings, Central Piedmont Comm. College, Charlotte, NC
October 1999: Regional Retrospective of the Regional Artist Grants, Forsyth Co. Arts Council, Winston-Salem, NC
November 1999: Looking Forward, Looking Back, Piedmont Artists Reflect of the Changing Century, The Salem College Fine Arts Center, Winston-Salem, NC
November 1999: Collector’s Choice, Annual Winter Show, Green Hill Center for NC Art, Greensboro, NC
January 2000: WFU Faculty Show, Scales Fine Arts Center Gallery, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC
January 2000: Two Generations: Artist of the Year, Mothers & Daughters, Forsyth County Arts Council, Winston-Salem, NC
BFI Modern Classics: Titanic (London: British Film Institute, 1999)
“How the West Was Won and Lost at the National Museum of American Art,” in
Negotiations of America’s National Identity, ed.Roland Hagenbuchle and Josef Raab (Tubingen,
Germany: Stauffenburg Verlag, 1999), vol 1: 526-59.
“A Man’s World” April 1-June 11, 2000 – An interactive multimedia exhibition with corresponding Web site. Commission by The Light Factory Gallery, Charlotte, NC
USC Digital Works on Paper, McKissick Museum, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC
“L’architecture de la cathedrale d’Auxerre au temps de Jean Baillet,” La tenture de choeur de la cathedrale d’Auxerre, Auxerre (June, 2000).
“The Ultimate Judgment: Artists’ Responses to Michelangelo’s Last Judgment,” invited lecture at Tufts University, October 6, 1999
“Writing Biography/Viewing Art: The Case of Jacopo Pontormo,” Southeastern College Art Association, October 28, 1999
Respondent at College Art Association, New York, “Continuity and Change in Italian Art,” February 2000.
Lecture on the subject of “Creativity and the Prairie and William Shakespeare” to an Art Appreciation class at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, with Emeritus Professor and Painter Michael Joseph Smith. The lecture took place April 24 2000.
Presentation in the form of a lecture on the subject of “The Prairie Music Suite of Prints and Poems” to the 24th Interdisciplinary Symposium entitled, BISON: THE PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE OF THE GREAT PLAINS. The symposium took place in April, 2000, at the Center for Great Plains Studies at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln.
Slide lecture on the subject of my work in printmaking and how it relates to the mid-western landscape to the printmaking students and vaculty at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln, April 2000. This was in conjunction with the Interdisciplinary “Bison Sumposium.”
Portfolio presentation of my intaglios and lithographs to both the introductory and intermediate and advanced level printmaking classes at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln, April 2000.
“The Age of the Avant-garde”, Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Sept. 2, 1999
“Paring it Down/Moving it Out: Minimalism and Earth Art: Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, September 16, 1999
Guest Lecture, “Landscape of Labor and Race in the Art of Thomas Anshutz,” Department of Art, University of Texas at Austin, February 2000
“Women Artists and Feminism,” Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Sept. 16, 1999
“The North Carolina Women’s History and Landmark’s Project” at the Third National Conference on Women and Historic Preservation 2000, George Washington University, Washington, D.C., May 19-21, 2000
Lectures co-sponsored by the North Carolina Humanities Council and the University of North Carolina Press to launch publication of North Carolina Women Making History (co-author Emily Herring Wilson)
**Museum of the Albemarle, Hertford, NC, September 9, 1999
**University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC, September 20, 1999
**Dortch Memorial Lecture, Greensboro Historial Museum, September 28, 1999
Museum of the New South, Charlotte, NC, September 30, 1999
Museum of the Lower Cape Fear, Wilmington, NC, October 8, 1999
**Wesleyan College, Rocky Mount, NC, November 10, 1999
Cape Fear Museum, Fayetteville, NC, November 14, 1999
**Salem College, Winston-Salem, NC, November 30, 1999
University of North Carolina at Pembroke, Pembroke, NC, March 1, 2000
**Women’s Vision: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow: A Century of North Carolina Women,” A Conference sponsored by the Western Carolina Women’s Coalition Conference in cooperation with the University of North Carolina at Asheville Women’s Studies Program and the North Carolina Council for Women, Asheville, NC, Plenary Speaker, March 4, 2000
Historic Stagville, Durham, NC, March 26, 2000
**New Bern Public Library, New Bern, NC, May 8, 2000
**with Emily Herring Wilson
“Non-Destructive Sensing beneath Auxerre Cathedral,” Southeastern College Art Association Conference, Norfolk, VA, October 28, 1999
Respondant for “The City” session, North American Society for Seventeenth-Century French Literature, Tulane University, April 13, 2000.
III. Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies
Editorial Board of IMEJ: Interactive Multimedia Electronic Journal of Computer-Enhanced Learning
President of Italian Art Society, a national organization for art historians
Served as a reviewer for the manuscript entitled, DRAWING FROM TRADITION through Harcourt Brace College Publishers 301 Commerce Street, Suite 3700, Fort Worth, TX 76102
Editorial Advisory Board, Men and Masculinities, an interdisciplinary scholarly journal.
GBC, Inc., Pro Bono Graphic Design and corporate identity design and consulting (30 hours)
Treasurer and Business Manager, Association Villard De Honnecourt for the Interdisciplinary Study of Medieval Science, Technology and Art
IV. External Grants Receive
Prints and Criticism in 16th Century Italy
NC Arts Council
“A Man’s World: An Actual and Virtual Installation
Agency: North Carolina Arts Council, New Works Grant
Funded: $6000 (Funds administered through The Light Factory Gallery)
The 3D Photograph: From Object/Image to Image/Object”
Agency: North Carolina Arts Council, individual artist grant
Requested: award amount varies