October 16, 2002 — Visitng NYC artist Barbara Grossman will deliver a lecture on her work on Tuesday, October 22, 2002, at 5 p.m. in the Art and Architecture Building, Room 158.
Grossman is an accomplished painter and art instructor who has received many honors for her work. This year she was awarded a Fellowship Grant from the Connecticut Commission on the Arts. She has also received a National Academy of Design award, a Fulbright grant, and an Ingram Merrill Foundation award.
Grossman’s work has been shown in many solo and group exhibits nationwide. This year, she had a solo show at Dartmouth College, and she will show next year at Hollins University in Roanoke, Virginia. She has had several solo shows at Bowery Gallery, New York City, of which she is a founding member. Her work is found in many museums and universities, as well as in corporate and private collections.
As an art teacher, Grossman is renowned on the East Coast. She has served on faculty at the New York Studio School and the University of Pennsylvania, among others. This year, she was Artist-in-Residence at Dartmouth College. Since 1987, she has served as resident faculty to the Catauqua School of Art, a summer program for undergraduates in upstate New York. She has also been a resident critic at the Vermont Studio Center, and visiting critic at Yale, the Art Institute of Chicago’s summer Oxbow program, Dartmouth College, and American University, among many other universities and schools across the country.
This presentation is sponsored by the Department of Art and Art History through the Visiting Artist/Art Historian series made possible by the Carmen Morton Christensen Art Fund Endowment.
For more information, contact the University of Utah’s art department, 801-581-8677.
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