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Pamela G. Taylor
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Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts P.O. Box 843084, Richmond, VA 23284-3084 office: 804 828-3804, pgtaylor@vcu.edu

EDUCATION 1999 Ph.D. Art Education. The Pennsylvania State University. Dissertation entitled "Hypertext-based art education: Implications for liberatory learning in high school." 1992 M.S. in Art Education. Radford University, Radford, VA. 1976 B.A. in Art Education. Virginia Intermont College, Bristol, VA. 1974 A.F.A. in Ballet with a visual arts minor. Sullins College, Bristol, VA. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2005Chair and Associate Professor of Art Education. School of the Arts, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA. 2004-05 Associate Professor and Graduate Program Coordinator of Art Education. School of the Arts, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA. 2001-04 Assistant Professor of Art. The University of Georgia, Athens. Art Education Program Interim Chair, 2003. 1997-2001 Assistant Professor and Art Museum Curator of Art Education and Community Outreach. Radford University, Radford, VA. 1988-97 Art Teacher. Montgomery County, Virginia, Public Schools. 1994-95 Graduate teaching assistant. Penn State University, State College, PA. 1995-96 Evaluator for the Getty Center for Education in the Arts. 1986-88 Graphics Editor. Mid State Advertising/Scene Magazines, Brentwood,TN. 1984-88 Graphic Designer and Teacher. The Blair Ballet Center of Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN. 1983-84 Artist and Designer. Total Communications, Inc., Nashville, TN. 1981-83 Senior Staff Graphic Artist. Bristol Newspapers Inc., Bristol, TN. 1979-80 Artist, Designer and Supervisor. Bristol Products Corp., Bristol, TN. 1977-79 Art Teacher. Sullins Academy (K-6), Bristol, VA. 1976 Art Teacher. E. J. Hayes Elementary School, Williamston, NC. PUBLICATIONS Books: Taylor, P. G. , Carpenter, B. S., Ballengee-Morris, C. & Sessions, B. (2006). Interdisciplinary approaches to teaching art in high school. Reston, VA: National Art Education Association. Taylor, P. G. (Ed.) (2002). Amazing Grace: The lithographs of Joseph Norman. Boston: Museum of the National Center for Afro-American Artists. (Editor and author of book-length exhibition catalog).

2 Refereed journals: Taylor, P. G. (2007). Press pause: Critically contextualizing music video in visual culture and art education. Studies in Art Education, 48(3), 230-246. Taylor, P. G., Wilder, S. & Helms, K. (2007). Walking with a ghost: Music videos and the re-performing body. International Journal of Education and the Arts, 8(7). http://www.ijea.org/v8n7/index.html Taylor, P. G. & Carpenter, B. S. (2007). Hypermediated art criticism. Journal of Aesthetics Education, 41(3), 1-24. Taylor, P. G. (2006). Critical thinking in and through interactive computer hypertext and art education. Innovate 2(3). www.innovateonline.info/index.php?view=article&id=41&action=article Carpenter, B. S. & Taylor, P. G. (2006). Making meaningful connections: Interactive computer hypertext in art education. Computers in Schools. 23 (1/2) 149-161. www.haworthpress.com/store/ArticleAbstract.asp?sid=5A0GQ0QX4U948H6RU6T L70HCH5KM6J98&ID=71004 Taylor, P. G. (2005). The children’s peace project: Service-learning and art education. International Education Journal online, 6(5), 581-586. http://iej.cjb.net Taylor, P. G. & Carpenter, B. S.(2005). Computer hypertextual “uncovering” in art education: Teaching for understanding through a “minds-on” approach to interactive computer technology. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 14(1), 25-45. http://dl.aace.org/16967 Ballengee-Morris, C. & Taylor, P. G. .( (2005). You can run but you can’t hide. Maskmaking in art education. Art Education, 58(5), 12-17. Taylor, P. G. (2004). Hyperaesthetics: Making sense of our technomediated world. Studies in Art Education, 45(4) 328-342. Taylor, P. G. & Ballengee-Morris, C. (2004). Service-learning; A language of “we.” Art Education, 57(5), 6-12. Taylor, P. G. (2004). Service-learning and a sense of place. The Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education.22, 33-44. Carpenter, B. S. & Taylor, P. G. (2003). Racing thoughts: Altering our ways of knowing and being through computer hypertext. Studies in Art Education 45(1), 40-55. Taylor, P. G. & Ballengee-Morris, C. (2003). Using visual culture to put a contemporary “fizz” on the study of Pop Art. Art Education. 56(2), 20-24. Taylor, P. G. (2002). The use of interactive computer technology in art education. FATE in Review. 24, 52-60 Taylor, P. G. & Carpenter, B. S. (2002). Inventively linking: Teaching and learning with computer hypertext. Art Education, 55(5) 46-52. Taylor, P. G. (2002). Singing for someone else's supper: Service-learning and Empty Bowls. Art Education, 55(4) 6-12. Taylor, P. G. (2002). Service learning as postmodern art and pedagogy. Studies in art education. 43(2), 124-140. Taylor, P. G. (2000). Madonna and hypertext: Liberatory learning in art education. Studies in art education, 41(4), 376-389. Taylor, P. G. (1997). It all started with the trash: Taking steps toward sustainable art education. Art Education, 50(2) 13-18. Edited book chapters and essays (peer-reviewed): Taylor, P. G. , Carpenter, B. S., Church, T. & Golden, A. (2006). When looking and

3 making is not enough: Fours voices on real visual culture curriculum.. In P. Duncum (Ed.) Visual Culture in the Art Class: Case Studies. 117-125. Reston, VA: NAEA. Taylor, P. G. (2005). Music video in high school. In G. and I. Szkeley (Eds.) Video art for the classroom, 109-118. Reston, VA: National Art Education Association. Taylor, P. G. & Carpenter, B. S. (2005). University-community partnerships: Toward a postmodern approach to art supervision. In B. Rushlow (Ed.) The changing roles of arts leadership, 104-115. Reston, VA: National Art Education Association. Taylor, P. G. (2004). Service-learning Basics. NAEA Advisory. Taylor, P. G. (2003). Target Practice: Take this Take that!: Exploring the power of words through the art of Joseph Norman. Instructional Resource in Art Education. 56(3) 2532. Taylor, P. G. (2003). Cassie's high school struggles: Challenging the artist within through computer hypertext. In S. Klein (Ed.) Teaching art in context: Case studies for preservice art education, 71-76. Reston, VA: National Art Education Association. Taylor, P. G. (2002). Differences are not worlds apart: Challenging the notion of "fitting in" with the art of Adrian Piper. In B. Young & M. Erickson (Eds.) Multicultural artworlds: Enduring, evolving, and overlapping traditions, 87-90. Reston, VA: National Art Education Association. Taylor, P. G. (2001). Creating exhibitions that tell the story of art students and teachers' education. In B. Zuk & R. Dalton (Eds.). Divergent models for the preparations and presentation of student art, 58-64. Reston, VA: The National Art Education Association. Taylor, P. G. (2000). I wanted to marry Sailor Bob: My first art hero was on television. In D. Blandy, K. Congdon & P. Bolin (Eds.) Remembering others: Making invisible histories of art education visible, 108-110. Reston, VA: National Art Education Association. Taylor, P. G. (1998). Taking the risk: A feminist art educator's story of empowerment, teaching and leaming in E. Zimmerrnan & E. Sacca (Eds.) Women Art Educators IV: Herstones. ourstories. future stories, 141- 152. Boucherville, Quebec: Canadian Society for Education through Art. Invited manuscripts and commentary: Taylor, P. G. (2006). Earth’s careful gardeners: Uncovering, connecting, and creating meaning. Arts and Activities. 48-49, 66. Taylor, P. G. & Carpenter, B. S.(2005). Digital Kids and Visual Culture: Art Education and Curriculum in an Age of Immersive Digital Technology. Cultuur + Educatie, De beeldcultuur van kinderen, internationale kinderkunst na het modernisme, Nr. 15. Cultuurnetwerk Nederland, Utrecht, 47-62. (Reeks Cultuur + Educatie 15. http://www.cultuurnetwerk.org/publicaties/cpluse.asp). Taylor, P. G. (2001). Service learning: A faculty perspective. Chain Reaction. Richmond, VA: Virginia Campus Outreach Opportunity League. Taylor, P. G. (2000). Lindsay's Story: Hypertext and liberation in high school. In M. Bernstein (Ed.) Hvpertext Now. Watertown MA: Eastgate Systems. [Online] Available http://www.eastgate.com/storyspace/art/Taylor1.html Taylor, P. G. (1998, February). Connecting the possibilities: Thematic units of instruction in high school in USSEA (United States Society for Education in the Arts) Newsletter. Taylor, P. G. (1996, Fall) Interactive multimedia using hypertext. The Active Link.

4 Watertown MA: Eastgate Systems. Taylor, P. G. (1992, May 31). Art helps students become creative in all facets of life. Roanoke Times and World News, 4. Taylor, P. G. (1988, Feb. 8). Couch potatoes balk as dance enjoys revival. Nashville Scene, 31. Taylor, P. G. (1988, Feb. 27). Art gives feast to diners. Nashville Scene, 4. Taylor, P. G. (1988, Mar. 23). I could do that: A look at what it takes to create. Nashville Scene, 12- 14. Published abstracts and proceedings: Taylor, P. G. (2006). Hyperaesthetics, art, and art education in a technomediated world. The fifth IASTED international conference on web-based education conference proceedings. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. January. Refereed Taylor, P. G. (2005). Hypertext-based art education: Implications for liberatory learning in high school. Leonardo Artnodes Abstracts. Available at http://leonardolabs.pomona.edu/admin.php Taylor, P. G. & Carpenter, B. S. (2004). Hypertextual “uncovering” in art education: Teaching for understandingthrough a “minds-on” approach to interactive computer technology. Society for information technology and teacher education, 2004 15th international conference proceedings. Phoenix: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education. June. Refereed. Taylor, P. G. & Carpenter, B. S. (2003). Interactive computer technology and art education: The intentionally tangled curriculum. Society for information technology and teacher education, 2003 14th international conference proceedings. Phoenix: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education. June. Refereed. Taylor, P. G. (2000). Service learning as postmodern art and pedagogy. In P. Fahey (Ed.) SRAE abstracts. Reston, VA: Seminar for Research in Art Education, an affiliate of NAEA. Peer reviewed. Taylor, P. G. (1999). Hypertext-based art education: Implications for liberatory learning in high school. In P. Fahey (Ed.) SRAE abstracts, 27-28. Reston, VA: Seminar for Research in Art Education. Peer reviewed. Taylor, P. G. (1997). What does yellow taste like?: Synesthesia, art and art education at the turn of the twentieth century in The Historv of Art Education: Proceedings from the 1995 Penn State conference, 397-403. State College, PA: The Pennsylvania State University. Refereed. Editorials: Taylor, P. G. (2008). eLASTIC. Art Education, 61(1), 4-5. Taylor, P. G. (2007). In-between. Art Education, 60(6), 4-5. Taylor, P. G. (2007). Tension. Art Education, 60(5), 4-5. Taylor, P. G. (2007). Influence and originality. Art Education, 60(4), 4-5. Taylor, P. G. (2007). Second chances. Art Education, 60(3), 4-5. Taylor, P. G. (2007). Big. Art Education, 60(2), 4-5. Taylor, P. G. (2007). Motives and motivation. Art Education, 60(1), 4-5. Publication pending: Taylor, P. G. & Carpenter, B. S. (in press). Mediating art education: Digital kids, art, and technology. Visual Arts Research. Invited. Taylor, P. G. (accepted). No cello’s sound could tell such a story: The amazing grace of Joseph Norman. Ijele_Art eJournal. Refereed.

5 Taylor, P. G. (accepted). Honoring and memorializing: Constructing rooms of our own. In P. Speirs & L. Levan (Eds.) Art of healing. Peer-reviewed. Taylor, P. G. (accepted). Metamorphosis: Embracing the changeable nature of cultural studies in art education. In B. Young (Ed.) Art, Culture and Ethnicity. Reston, VA: The National Art Education Association. Invited. Taylor, P. G. , Carpenter, B. S. & Cho, M. (submitted). Making a (visual/visible) difference because people matter: Responsible artists and artistic responses to community. In T. Anderson and K. Kelly-Hallmark (Eds.) Art Education for Social Justice. Peer-reviewed. Taylor, P. G. (submitted). Media Review: SecondLife.com. Studies in Art Education. Taylor, P. G. (submitted). Art foundation and artistic sensibilities: An aesthetic of service-learning. FATE in Review. Published illustrations: Schetz, K. F., Cassell, K. C., Taylor, P. (Illustrator) (1994). Talking together: A parent’s guide to the development. enrichment and problems of speech and language. Blacksburg, VA: Pocahontas Publishing. (1981-84). The Bristol Herald Courier and Virginia Tennessean. Illustrations/advertising. (1978-1984) Limited edition art prints sold to over 80 countries around the world. Art featured on the cover of Tobacco International Magazine, May 2, 1980. Reports to agencies: (1996). The Southeast Center for Education in the Visual Arts: An Evaluation 1995. With B. Wilson and B. MacDonald, submitted to the Getty Center for Education in the Arts. (1996). The NTIEVA (North Texas Institute for Education in the Visual Arts) Experience: An Evaluation 1995. With B. Wilson and B. Rubin, submitted to the Getty Center for Education in the Arts. PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS and BOARD APPOINTMENTS Editor for Art Education, Journal of the National Art Education Association (2006-08) Council for Policy Studies in Art Education (2007-) Extended Board Higher Education Representative. Virginia Art Education Association (2006) Associate Editor for Art Education (2004-06). Editorial Board member for Art Education (2001-2005) National and Virginia Art Education Associations. Board Member of the United States Society for Education in the Arts. USSEA (2003-05). Board Member of the Seminar for Research in Art Education (1999-2001). International Society for Education through Art. INSEA The College Art Association. CAA Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. ASCD Foundation for Art Theory in Education. FATE PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS International: (2007). Interdisciplinary approaches to teaching art in high school. Hawaii International Conference on Education. Waikiki, January.

6 (2006). Critical thinking in and through interactive computer hypertext and art education. Innovate. Archive of presentation available at: http://breeze.uliveandlearn.com/p68077584/ (2006). Hyperaesthetics, art and art education in a technomediated world. Presentation at the Fifth International Association of Science and Technology for Development’s Web-based Education conference in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. January. (2004). Hypertextual “Uncovering” in Art Education: Teaching for Understanding      through a “Minds-on” Approach to Interactive Computer Technology. With B.      S. Carpenter II in the Society for information technology and teacher education      international conference, Atlanta, Ga. (2003). Interactive computer technology and art education: The intentionally tangled curriculum. With B. S. Carpenter II. Society for information technology and teacher education, 2003 14th international conference proceedings. Phoenix: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education. June. (2000). Hypertext/hypermedia/online art education: Should interactive computer technology change our approach to university teaching? Presentation at VA Tech's Learning 2000: Reassessing the Virtual University international conference. (1995). Synesthesia, art, and art education at the turn of the twentieth century. Presentation at the Penn State History of Art Education International Conference. National: (2007). Interdisciplinary approaches to teaching art in high school. With B. Stephen Carpenter, Christine-Ballengee Morris and Billie Sessions. Super session at the National Art Education Association Conference in New York City. (2007). Press pause; Critically contextualizing music video in visual culture and art education. Presentation at the National Art Education Association Conference in New York. (2007). Writing for Art Education. With Melinda Mayer and Kathryn Helms. Presentation at the National Art Education Association Conference in New York. (2006). Developing Art Education and International Study and Research Relationships through Service-Learning. With C. Ballengee-Morris. Presentation at the National Art Education Association Conference in Chicago. (2006). Service-Learning and Artistic Sensibilities: Uncovering, Connecting, and Creating Meaningful Habits of Mind. Service-Learning & the Arts Conference in Miami on March 30-April 1, 2006 (2005). Healing old wounds: Revisiting the “Living Childless in a Child-full World” series. Art of Healing conference at Kutztown University, Pennsylvania. (2005). Cultural Cherishing in Cuba and Chile: International Study and Research Relationships require Careful Attentiveness. With C. Ballengee-Morris. Presentation at the National Art Education Association Conference in Boston. (2005) When Research Sparks a Tinderbox: Computer Hypertextual Approaches to Inquiry in Art Education. With M. Bernstein and B. S. Carpenter II. Presentation at the National Art Education Association Conference in Boston. (2004). Digital Kids. With B.S. Carpenter. Presentation at The Pennsylvania State University Visual Culture of Childhood Conference, November.

7 (2004). The change is now!: The evolving effects of hyperaesthetics on art and art      education. With B. S. Carpenter. Presentation at the National Art Education      Association Conference in Denver. (2004). Just what is service-learning? Guidelines for authentic service-learning art      education programs. With C. Ballengee-Morris. Presentation at the      National Art Education Association Conference in Denver. (2004). You can hide but you can’t run: Visual culture, cultural sensitivity and      maskmaking. With C. Ballengee-Morris. Presentation at the National Art Education      Association Conference in Denver. (2003). Using visual culture to put a contemporary “fizz” on the study of pop art. With C. Ballengee-Morris. Presentation at the National Art Education Association Conference in Minneapolis. (2003). Interactive computer technology and art education. With B. S. Carpenter II, presentation at the National Art Education Association Conference in Minneapolis. (2003). Online technology in student teaching. With C. Henry, presentation at the National Art Education Association Conference in Minneapolis. (2002). What are we teaching? K-12 ceramics. With B. S. Carpenter and B. Sessions, presentation at the National Art Education Association Conference in Miami. (2001). Approaching teachers as the artists they are: Organizing successful staff development opportunities. Presentation at the National Art Education Association Conference in New York. (2000). Service-learning as postmodern art and pedagogy. Presentation at the National Art Education Association Conference in Los Angeles. (2000). Toward a postmodern approach to pre-service, in-service, and art supervision. With B. S. Carpenter II, presentation at the National Art Education Association Conference in Los Angeles. (2000). Computer hypertext, thematic units, and teacher education: Creating an intertextual approach to life and learning. With B. S. Carpenter II, presentation at the National Art Education Association Conference in Los Angeles. (1999). Hypertext-based art education: Implications for liberatory learning in high school. Presentation at the National Art Education Association Conference in Washington, D.C. (1998). Understanding personal metaphor through a hypermedia encounter with the ladder and Women Art Educators IV. Presentations at the National Art Education Association Conference in Chicago. (1997). Critical pedagogy: Pros and punishment. With C. Ballengee-Morris and S. Yokley, presentation at the National Art Education Association Conference in New Orleans (1996). Is Madonna the Warhol of the 90's: Bringing popular culture into the art education classroom. With B. MacDonald, presentation at the National Art Education Association Conference in San Francisco. Regional: (2006). What’s the big idea? Uncovering, connecting and creating meaning in and through the arts. Invited presentation at the Partners in the Arts Summer Teacher Institute. University of Richmond, Virginia.

8 (2005). Interactive computer hypertext, digital media, and visual culture in art education. Invited presentation at the James Madison University 6th Annual Content Teaching Academy, Harrisonburg VA and invited presentation at the Norfolk Public Schools art professional development series. (2003). The Amazing Grace of artist Joseph Norman, opening reception gallery talk. Clark Atlanta University Art Gallery, Atlanta. (2003). Empty Bowls luncheon lecture. The Georgia Art Education Association conference, Athens. (2003). Fresh ideas from UGA’s NAEA Student Chapter. Presentation at the Georgia Art Education Association conference, Athens. (2003). Interactive computer technology in art education: Questions, Experiments and Practical approaches. With S. Wilder, presentation at The Georgia Art Education Association conference, Athens. (2002). Exploring our virtual existence with a WebCt art appreciation class. Presentation at the Technology EXPO, The University of Georgia, Athens. (2001). The grieving creative spirit. Presentation at the 3rd Annual Radford University Psychology conference and Institute "The Creative Impulse in Therapy: A Holistic Approach" at the Roanoke (VA) Higher Education Center. (2001). The future of Virginia's visual arts teacher education program. With C. Gardner, presentation at the Virginia Art Education Association Conference in Richmond. (2000). Computer hypertext, thematic units and teacher education with B. S. Carpenter II and SOL Redux: Where do we go from here? with M. Manifold, D. Burton and B. S. Carpenter II, presentations at the Virginia Art Education Association Conference in Richmond. (2000). The children’s peace project. Presentation at the VA COOL Service Learning Symposium, University of Richmond. (1998). Understanding personal metaphor through a computer encounter with the ladder and Overview of the teacher education program at Radford University. Presentations at the Virginia Art Education Association Conference in VA Beach. (1998). The power of the arts in education. Presentation to elementary education majors at Radford University. (1998). Connecting crafts and community. Presentation at the Virginia Artisans conference, Radford University. (1997). Making art education matter. Staff development for the Montgomery County Virginia art educators at Radford University. (1997). Hypertext art portfolios. Presentation at the Christiansburg High School PTSA Technology Fair. (1996). Music video in art education. Presentation at the VA Art Education Association Conference in Roanoke. (1996). Developing thematic units of instruction. Presentation to art educators in Montgomery County, VA. (1996). The use of digital process-folios as an assessment tool in art education. Presentation at the Virginia Society for Technology Education Conference in Roanoke. (1995). Implications of synesthesia in current art education practices. Presentation at the Graduate Research Exhibit, Pennsylvania State University.

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GRANTS 2006 Center for Teaching Excellence research grant, Virginia Commonwealth University. 2005 Lifeworks Foundation grant for the Blackwell summer art program, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA. 2004-05 Research Seminar Series in the Arts and Humanities, Virginia Commonwealth University. 2004 Student Technology Expertise Program Grant. Virginia Commonwealth University. 2003 Lifeworks Foundation grant for Art and Culture of Cuba study abroad program. 2003 University of Georgia Community Partnership grant for work with Gaines Elementary School and artist Tim Rollins. 2003 Georgia Systematic Teacher Education Program travel grant 2002 University of Georgia Community Partnership grant for work with Gaines Elementary School and artist Joseph Norman. 2001 Lifeworks Foundation grant for the Empty Bowls project. 1998 Doctoral Fellow of the Getty Education Institute for the Arts. 1998 Faculty fellow of the VA COOL service learning program, Richmond, VA. 1998 Radford University Foundation Grant for Art Education Outreach Center activities 1996 Service Learning Advisory Council mini grant, Montgomery County, VA. 1995 Virginia Tech Service Learning Center and the Department of Computer Science. 1992 STAR (Student, Teacher, Administrator Research) Grant from Montgomery County Schools for the Classroom Art Placement Service. CURATORIAL WORK (Feb.-March 200l).Youthful Expressions IV. Selected works from area middle school art programs. Radford University Art Museum Downtown. (Feb.-Mar. 2000). Sharing a Place Called Home. An exhibit of student work involved in the Radford University Art Education Young Artist Workshop (afterschool and Saturday morning programs). Radford University Art Department Gallery at the Bondurant Center for the Arts. (Jan.-Feb. 2000). Youthful Expressions III. Selected works from area elementary school art programs. Radford University Art Museum Downtown. (Oct.-Nov. 1999). Dori Lemeh: Voices of the Land. Exhibition of the work of an internationally exhibited artist whose work represents a continuing voyage toward affirming her ethno-cultural heritage. Organized in conjunction with area school art educators staff development and field trip designs. Radford University Art Department Gallery at the Bondurant Center. (February 1999). Children's Peace Project. Exhibition of the work of students involved in after-school programs taught by Radford University art education students working with the Beans and Rice program for at risk students. Radford University Art Department Gallery at the Bondurant Center. (Mar.-Apr. 1998). Youthful Expressions II. Selected works from area public school art students. Radford University Art Department Gallery at the Bondurant Center. (Nov.-Dec. 1997). Teachers and Future Teachers as Artists. Selected works from art educators and art education majors. Radford University Art Department Gallery at the

10 Bondurant Center. (Mar.-Apr. 1999). Youthful Expressions. Selected works from area public school art students. Radford University Art Department Gallery at the Bondurant Center. (Jan.-Feb. 1998). Teacher as Artist. Selected works from area public school art teachers. Radford University Art Department Gallery at the Bondurant Center. HONORS AND EXHIBITIONS (2007). Southeastern Region Higher Education Art Educator of the Year. The Natinal Art Education Association. (2003). Outstanding Paper Award for Interactive computer technology and art education: The intentionally tangled curriculum. With B. S. Carpenter II. Society for information technology and teacher education, 2003 14th international conference proceedings. Phoenix: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education. (2003). Homage to Empty Bowls. Art included in the Fitton Center for Creative Arts’ “Gifts from the Earth: Feed the Body Feed the Soul” exhibition, Hamilton OH. (2002). Art included in the international Cyberkitchen project (Jess Losseby, UK curator), included in the Liverpool Biennial. (2000). Named Southwest VA Higher Educator of the Year in Art Education. (1997-2000). Annual RU Art Department Faculty Exhibit. (1996). Group exhibition at the Cranwell International Center, Virginia Tech. (1996). Art in permanent collection of the Tobacco Museum, South Hill, VA. (1995). Included in the Who’s Who Among America's Teachers. (1995). Exhibit of work at Gallery 304, the Pennsylvania State University. (1994). Graphic Design chosen for VA Tobacco Heritage License Plate. (1993). First Place VA Graphics Communication Competition (1987). Art part of permanent collection at the National Tobacco Museum, Danville, VA. (1982-84). 11 Graphic Art awards from the Virginia Press Association. (1982). Exhibit at the World’s Fair in Knoxville, TN. (1981). Purchase Award at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art in Winston Salem, NC. (1980). Exhibition at the Dogwood Art Expo in Atlanta, GA. (1976- 1993). Exhibition at VA Polytechnic and State University, Blacksburg, VA, Virginia Intermont College, Sullins College Humanities Center (VA), Martin County (NC) Library, The Soup Kitchen (Johnson City, TN), Blair Ballet Center (TN), The regional headquarters of the Southeastern Tobacco Company (NC), and the United States offices of Intabex (NC).