- Career + Alumni
- Life at SCAD
- About SCAD
NEH Grant for College Teachers, summer, 1992; NEH Grant for College Teachers, summer, 1989; nominated by Southeastern University in both 1988 and 1989 for the CASE Professor of the Year award; NEH Grant for College Teachers, summer, 1985; two Fulbright Grants: Saigon, Vietnam
Board member on the Washington Color School Project; Center for the Advanced Study of the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.; College Art Association; National Society of Arts and Letters (Washington chapter); Society of Architectural Historians (Latrobe chapter); Society for Emblem Studies; Cosmos Club, Washington, D.C.
Beverly Elson spent many years as an educator in Washington, D.C. She is a generalist with a great interest in architectural history; her major areas are 19th-century American art and architecture and 17th-century Dutch painting, prints and drawings. Other areas include Rococo through Impressionism, 20th-century art and contemporary art. She is also a practicing collage artist who exhibits nationally and internationally.