- Career + Alumni
- Life at SCAD
- About SCAD
"Student enthusiasm and creative enlightenment; challenges and progressive success become evident in their learning discoveries."
Select exhibitions, including: The Hammer Museum, Getty Research Institute, Danville Museum of Fine Art and History, Ferst Fine Arts Center, Parkersburg Art Center, Peninsula Fine Arts Center, The Albany Museum, Carnegie Art Museum; permanent collections: The Rumsey Indian Rancheria, Indianapolis Museum of Art, California Museum of African American Art
Outstanding Creative Achievement Award; Presidential Fellowship for SCAD Faculty Development; finalist, purchase award, Hermes Scarf Design Commission; Who's Who in American Art, Special Edition; Outstanding People of the Twentieth Century; Who's Who in the South and Southwest; Cave Canem Foundation Poetry Fellowship; Who's Who in the World of Women; Yale University Fellowships, Yale Repertory Theatre, School of Drama
Professor of painting, SCAD; guest lecturer, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, Children's Theatre Program; assistant professor/scenographer, St. Mary's College of Maryland, Modern Dance II; visiting studio lecturer, San Francisco State University, Women's Studies Department, "Women as Creative Agents"; chair, fine and performing arts, the Elliot Pope Preparatory School (Formerly Desert Sun School); University of Southern California, Idyllwild, School of Music and the Arts; visiting studio lecturer, painting, Stanford University; teacher of first and second grades, Los Angeles Public Schools; Watts Towers Art Center, Dance and Art; art instructor, kindergarten through eighth grade, St. Stephen's School, San Francisco, California; instructor of ballet, modern and jazz dance, The Academy of Dance, Fairbanks, Alaska