M.A. in ART HISTORY; Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, 1996 concentration in ancient Western cultures and feminist studies

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1 I. ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, tenured CAROL ECKERT University of Tennessee at Martin Department of Visual & Theatre Arts 217 Gooch Hall Martin, Tn fax #: II. EDUCATIONAL CREDENTIALS Ph.D. in ART EDUCATION; Union Institute & University, Cincinnati, OH, Feb concentration in undergraduate art curriculum development and in visual traditions of non-western cultures M.A. in ART HISTORY; Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, 1996 concentration in ancient Western cultures and feminist studies B.F.A. in SCULPTURE; Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN, 1982 concentration in ceramic and stone sculpture III. EMPLOYMENT HISTORY and TEACHING/ADVISING A. Employment History ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, Art History, UTM, August 2006-Present ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, Art History University of Tennessee at Martin, Martin, TN, August 2001-July 2006 INDEPENDENT ARTIST, EDUCATION CONSULTANT Clarksville, TN, August 2000-August 2001 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, Foundations, full-time, one year appointment Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN, 1999-July, 2000 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, Adjunct, Art and Humanities Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN,

2 Courses taught at Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN, Art Art Appreciation 31+ sections Art 3140 Art Education I 12 sections Art Art Education II 11 sections Art Art Education III 11 sections Art History, Survey I 2 sections Art History 324D Special Topics: Women in the Arts 1 section (Spring 2000) Art Two-Dimensional Design 1 section (Fall 1999) Art Three-Dimensional Design 1 section (Spring 2000) Heritage/Humanities sections Heritage/Humanities sections Heritage/Humanities sections Heritage/Humanities sections Honors 2010 Roots of Western Culture 9 sections Honors 2040 The Modern Age 3 sections Also did advising of Art Education majors in the school year ARTIST, TEACHER, OWNER Aartworks Studio & Gallery, Clarksville, TN, ART PROGRAM COORDINATOR & TEACHER, Grades K-12 The Clarksville Academy, Clarksville, TN, B. Teaching Accomplishments Courses (University of Tennessee at Martin, TN), 2001-Present Art 110 Understanding Art, Art 110H Honors Understanding Art Art 110 GSH Governor s School for the Humanities, Summer 2005 Introductory level course primarily for non-art majors Eckert--Vita 2

3 Arth 210 History of Art The first half of a survey sequence of art history from Prehistory-1600 CE Arth 211 History of Art The second half of a survey sequence covering 1600 CE-Present Arth 320 History of Graphic Design developed this course Going back to prehistory, a history of graphic design Arth 330 Visual Traditions of Non-Western cultures developed this course Covers visual traditions from Africa, Asia, and the Americas Arth 340 History of Western Art & the Classical Tradition developed this course Explores the Western tradition from the pre-greek to the present day Arth 350 Women in the Arts developed this course An exploration of women as makers of art as well as subject Arth 391 Travel Study to Italy Study in the cities of Milan, Venice, Florence, Rome, San Gimingnano, Pisa. Arth 391 Travel Study to London Study in the city of London and its major museums, also trip to Stonehenge Arth 391 Postmodern Explorations developed this course Explored through research and through creating exhibits some of the trends in Postmodern art Arth 410 Contemporary Art developed this course Exploration of contemporary art, artists and art movements of the 20 th and 21 st centuries. Modernist & Postmodernist styles/movements investigated from a global perspective. Fine Art/Phil 310 Aesthetics Exploration of the field of Aesthetics primarily as it applies to the arts Fine Art 350 Fine Art in Early Childhood Coursework centers on art as it relates to young children Fine Art 410 Art Theory & Criticism Study of and learning to write about art theory critically Arte 211 Introduction to Art Education Lesson plan writing, stages of child development, observations Arte 360 Teaching Art in the Public School Begin development of curriculum, art education theory, observations Eckert--Vita 3

4 Arte 400 Seminar in Art Education Portfolio work, study art education theory, continue work on curriculum development, Explore contemporary issues as they relate to art education, observations Arte 471 & 472 Student Teaching in Art Grades K-6 & 7-12 respectively Supervision of art education student teachers in two placements, 7.5 weeks each Arte 473 Seminar in Teaching Art Structured seminar for advanced discussion of various aspects of teaching art Art 221 Two-Dimensional Design Foundations course that teaches application of basic elements and principles of art Art 322 Professional Issues in Visual Art (specifically for Art Education Majors) Resume preparation, Application Portfolio, Interviewing skills and other preparations for entering the education profession as an art specialist UNSC University Scholars Reading Discipline Group Clay Sculpture Rudiments of clay sculpture and the human figure for university scholars Art 460 Senior Thesis Exhibition A one credit course that goes along with the Senior Thesis Exhibit where the faculty member and the student work to prepare all the components of a successful exhibit GENS 101 the Freshman Experience Course designed to assist entering freshmen in making a successful transition from High School to college. C. Advising/Student Support Advisor to art education and studio majors, Fall 2002-Present IV. SCHOLARLY/CREATIVE ACTIVITY A. Publications In negotiation for a book on visual thinking with Mellen Publishing, begin work summer 2010 Art Appreciation Textbook Titled: Conversing in Art: Learning the Language of the Visual Arts Final draft due to Kendall Hunt in March 2010, due out in publication August 2010 Sanctioned Misogyny: Images of Witches in Taddeo di Bartolo s Torments of Hell fresco in La Collegiata, San Gimingnano, Italy. Unpublished article 2009, submitted but turned down Pedagogical Models of Feminist Rites of Passage: Judy Chicago s Fresno Art Program & the Womanhouse Project, Article in progress, Fall 2008-Spring Chapter in book entitled Waves, Eddies and Currents in Art Education Research, edited Eckert--Vita 4

5 by Dr. M. Stockrocki and Dr. Clark, Visualizing Words, Verbalizing Images lesson plan submission to Tennessee Children Spring 2003 issue. Conversations with Heart, Hand, Eye & Mind: Art-making as a Transformative Research Approach for an Art Educator. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, The Union Institute and University, Cincinnati, OH. December Journey to Holism. Journal of Holistic Medicine, 17 (4) December 1999, Article written with V. Slater, Ph.D., J. Maloney, Ph.D., S. Krau, Ph.D. B. Professional Presentations Pedagogical Models of Feminist Rites of Passage: Judy Chicago s Fresno Art Program & the Womanhouse Project, Poster session presented at the Nov 2009 NWSA conference, Atlanta, Georgia Coordinator for eleven Super Session presentations on various art education subjects at the Annual Tennessee Art Education Association conference, Arrowmont, TN, Nov, 2009 Coordinator for twelve Super Session presentations on various art education subjects at the annual Tennessee Art Education Association conference, Memphis, TN, Oct 2008 I need an idea fast! How to make your Art Curriculum relevant to your students. Presentation with Diane Shaw at Tennessee Art Education Association conference, Nashville, TN, November 1, 2007 Coordinator for thirteen Super Session presentations on various art education subjects at the annual Tennessee Art Education Association conference, November 2007 Coordinator for nine Super Session presentations on various art education subjects at the annual Tennessee Art Education Association conference, November 2006 Using Clay with Young Children, workshop conducted at UTM for the Northwest Association for the Education of Young Children Spring Conference, April 8, 2006 Higher Education Advisory Council Roundtable: Developing and Facilitating Student Art Education Chapters throughout Tennessee lead with Dr. Debrah Sickler-Voigt of MTSU, TAEA Conference, Memphis, TN, November 2005 Women s Study Colloquium Series Talk on Judy Chicago and the Fresno Project and Womanhouse, UTM, April 14, 2005 Presentation of research at the National Council of English Teachers (NCTE) Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana, November 18-21, Research done with Dr. Jill Eichhorn (APSU) on Visual Thinking exercises to be used in college English Eckert--Vita 5

6 composition courses. (unable to attend due to illness, but colleague presented on our behalf) Presentation of research at the National Women s Studies Association Conference (NWSA) In Milwaukee, WI, June 17-20, 2004 research conducted with Dr. Jill Eichhorn entitled, Crayon, Markers, and Pastels in the Lecture Hall: Bridging the Barrier Between the Visual and the Verbal across the Curriculum. Visualizing Words, Verbalizing Images joint presentation at MTSU Women & Power Conference with Dr. Jill Eichhorn. March 2003 Teaching Aesthetics in K-12: Hands-on Activities and Discussion in a College Classroom with Applications for Future Art Educators. Breakout Session presentation at annual TAEA conference in Memphis, Nov Co-presented with Art Education majors Eliza Steinbrink and Elizabeth King Conducted a Teacher In-Service Session entitled Creating a Visual Time Line: Connecting Art and Social Studies, for the UTM Education Depart., April 2002 Guest lecture to Honors class on Islamic Art & Architecture, UTM, 2002 Deconstructing Canons: Using Art and Literature to Create Women s Spiritual History, co-presented with J. Eichhorn, Ph.D., Middle Tennessee State University, Guest lectures on Paleolithic, ancient Egyptian, Mesopotamian & Greek art, Roots of Western Culture Austin Peay State University Honors class, 1999 Guest lecture on sub-saharan African art, Art History, Survey I class, Austin Peay State University, 1998 Art & Spirituality, slide presentation on my art work for Women s History Month conference, Austin Peay State University, 1998 Guest presentation on Italian Renaissance Art and artistic traditions concurrent with it, Renaissance Ideas Honors class, 1998 Guest lecture on Women in Art for Introductory Women s Studies class, 1998 Presentation with Dr. Jill Eichhorn on Riane Eisler s book, The Chalice and the Blade. Austin Peay State University, Women s Studies Book Talk series, 1997 Feminist Rites of Passage: Judy Chicago s Fresno Project and Womanhouse, Murray State University, C. Creative Activities Art Exhibitions 1. One-Woman Shows Eckert--Vita 6

7 Mapping Experience an exhibit of mixed media drawings, Weldon Public Library, June/July 2008 Doctoral Pre-Graduation Exhibition, Clarksville, TN, 2000 Formations, Re-formations & Transformations, Clarksville, TN, 1999 Personal Explorations, Clarksville, TN, 1994 Between Reason & Desire, Clarksville, TN, 1993 One-Woman Show, Clarksville, TN, 1993 Exhibition, Clarksville, TN, Juried Exhibits Visual Evidence 2008 Murray Art Guild, Murray, Kentucky, March th Annual Tennessee All-State Art Exhibition, Nashville, TN, nd Annual Tennessee All-State Art Exhibition, Nashville, TN, th Annual Tennessee All-State Art Exhibition, Nashville, TN, th Annual Central South Art Exhibition, Nashville, TN, Invitationals UTM Faculty Art Exhibit, Martin, TN, Nov UTM Faculty Art Exhibit, Martin, TN, Nov Organized Arth 410: Contemporary Art course Exhibit, Nov UTM Faculty Art Exhibit, Martin, TN, Nov UTM Faculty Art Exhibition at Selmer Campus, Selmer, TN, March 2007 WCAHC (Weakley Co. Arts & Humanities Council) group exhibit at the Icehouse Gallery, Mayfield, KY, February 2007 TAEA (Tennessee Art Education Association) Online Member exhibit, Nov UTM Faculty Art Exhibit, Martin, TN, 2005 UTM Faculty Art Exhibit, Martin, TN, 2004 Canned Corn Arth 391: Postmodern Explorations Group Exhibit, Sept UTM Faculty Art Exhibit, Martin, TN, 2003 What We Did on Our Summer Vacation, two-person exhibit with Lane Last, West Tennessee Regional Art Center, Humboldt, TN, 2003 Eckert--Vita 7

8 Places to Go, People to See, two-person exhibition, C.E. Weldon Library, Martin, TN, June, 2003 UTM Faculty Exhibit, Bartlett, TN, 2002 Fine Arts 410 Art Theory & Criticism class exhibit at UTM, Feb UTM Faculty Art Exhibit, Martin, TN, 2001 apsu art faculty biennale exhibition, Clarksville, TN, 1998 Encore I, APSU Alumni Exhibit, Clarksville, TN, th Annual A Celebration of the Arts, Clarksville, TN, 1997 APSU Faculty Biennale, Clarksville, TN, rd Annual A Celebration of the Arts, Clarksville, TN, nd Annual A Celebration of the Arts, Clarksville, TN, st Annual A Celebration of the Arts, Clarksville, TN, 1994 APSU Faculty Biennale, 1994 Riverfest, Clarksville, TN, 1993 New Deal Studies, Clarksville, TN, 1992 APSU Faculty Biennale, Clarksville, TN, 1992 Life After the Art Degree, Alumni exhibit, Clarksville, TN, 1991 Middle Tennessee Committee of Women in the Arts Exhibition, Nashville, TN, 1991 Viewpoints, APSU Faculty Biennale, Clarksville, TN, 1990 Artist s Exhibition, Clarksville, TN, 1989 Two Person Exhibition with Mike Andrews, Nashville, TN, 1988 Collections My paintings, drawings and sculptures are in numerous public and private collections both here, in the United States and abroad in Australia, England and Italy. Gallery Experience Gallery Owner/Director, Aartworks Studio & Gallery; Arranged all aspects of numerous exhibits from Annual Art Exhibit, Clarksville Academy; grades K-12, large exhibit/open house V. FACULTY/TEACHING DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES Attended the NWSA (National Women s Studies Association) annual conference in Atlanta, GA, Nov Eckert--Vita 8

9 Sessions attended: Feminist Publishing, The Politics and Possibilities of Transnational Feminist Arts Activism, now let us shift : A Feminist/Womanist Spiritual Activism Workshop, Envisioning and Transforming: An Introduction to Women s Studies Workbook-in-Progress, Academic Publishing in Women s Studies: Books, Academic Publishing in Women s Studies: Journals, Teaching About Difference(s): Pedagogical Strategies for Addressing Intersectionality Within and Outside the Academy, Incomplete Pictures exploring the work of 3 feminist collage artists Developed and taught a Contemporary Art course (Arth 410), Fall 2008 Attended the Flesh Made Paint Symposium at the Frist, Nashville, TN, Jan Attended the TAEA (Tennessee Art Education Association) annual conference at MCA, Memphis, TN, Oct Sessions attended: two day stone carving workshop with Greely Myatt, Fundred Dollar Project super session Attended the TAEA (Tennessee Art Education Association) annual conference at the Frist And the Watkins School of Art, Nashville, TN, Nov Sessions attended: two-day Digital Imaging workshop with Justin Key Attended the High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA with Visual Art Society members, Oct. 2007, Special exhibit on works from The Louvre Attended the West Tennessee Art Education Association Conference, April 14, 2007, Union University, Jackson, TN Attended the Frist, Nashville, TN with Visual Art Society members, Dec. 2006, special exhibit on Pop artists for use with FA 410, Art Theory & Criticism Attended the TAEA (Tennessee Art Education Association) annual Conference at Arrowmont, TN, November, 2006 Sessions attended: Dr. Ruch & Dr. Heise, Dimensional Dynamics: A model of Community-based Comprehensiive Arts Education, Dr. Sickler-Voigt, Concrete Garden Sculptures for your School: A Comprehensive approach to Community Artmaking, Ms. West, Keynote Address, Audrey Flack, Keynote Address, Student Roundtables, Mr. Lockett, two day Open Studio/Wheel/Clay Workshop Developed and implemented new curriculum to create an art history minor at UT Martin, beginning in the Fall 2002-Present. Included creating four new courses, Arth 320 (History of Graphic Design), Arth 330 (Visual Traditions of Non-Western Cultures), Arth 340 (Women in the Arts), and Arth 350 (The Classical Tradition). See syllabi In Section III. for descriptions of the courses. I have also re-worked Art 110 and the two Art History survey courses (Arth ) in an effort to make them more diverse in the art and art history that is covered. For each course I have taught, I have created from scratch a multitude of PowerPoint Presentations slide files to replace the use of slides in order to utilize more current Eckert--Vita 9

10 technologies available. The development and improvement of these Power Points is an ongoing project. Recently began adding period music selections to the Arth 210, 211 Power Points In the Fall of 2004, I began work on developing a digital library that will provide images of works of art to students and faculty here at UTM. This will be an ongoing project for many years to come. Attended the TAEA (Tennessee Art Education Association) annual Conference in Memphis, TN, November 2005 Sessions Attended: Sandy Skoglund sculpture workshop, Dr. Sickler-Voigt Value of Southern Folk Artists in the Classroom, and Board Development by Jim Valiancourt A Conversation on the K-16 Connections in Visual Art Education, conducted by Tennessee Council of Supervisors of Visual & Performing Arts members Attended the CAA (College Art Association) annual Conference in Atlanta, GA, Feb Sessions attended: Ritual & Sacred Space in Pre-modern Architecture, Artists, Patrons and Power in Ancient America: The Humanistic in Pre-Columbian Art, The Emperor s New Clothes Or Are the New Developments in Foundations Art Curricula as Silly as They Seem?, Blending New Learning Technologies into Traditional Art Historical Instruction at the Introductory Level, Continuity and Change: The Evolution of Daoist Art, Play, Pleasure and Perversion: Insubordinate Refusals of Discipline in the Practices of Art and Theory. Attended an exhibit Recursions: Material Expression of Zeros & Ones at the Museum of Design Attended annual TAEA Fall Conference, Watkins Institute of Art, Nashville, Nov Drawing workshop with Ted Rose, Paper-making and Bookmaking workshops with Claudia Lee Attended NWSA Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, June 17-20, 2004 Sessions attended: Generations: Feminism with Barbara Smith, Gerda Lerner, Ellen Bravo & Lisa Jervis; Using Artistry & Theater; Intersections within Women s Art: The Personal & Political; Feminist Activist Art: Themes for NWSA journal Special issue; Making Art as Women s Studies Research; Spiritual Activism, Feminist Practices and Social Change; That Takes Ovaries: Mixing Art with Activisim; Feminist Uses of Science and Technology Rita Arditti, Adriane Fugh- Berman, Cindy Pearson; Art and Women s Studies: Creating Connections and Negotiating Disciplinary Boundaries; Teaching at the Intersection of Feminism And Spirituality; Crossing Borders, barriers and Intersections Through the Arts; Women and Globalism: Coalitions and Conflicts Across Differences M. Jacqui Alexander, Cynthia Enloe Chosen by Dean Ogg to represent the College of Humanities and Fine Arts at the 1 st Annual Teaching Scholars Institute at Murray State University, February 2004 Attended annual TAEA Fall Conference, Arrowmont School, November 2003 Sessions attended: Art and the Indigenous Mayan Language, G. Bergeron, Teaching Asia in the Classroom, J. Burkhart Eckert--Vita 10

11 Attended annual TAEA Fall Conference, Memphis College of Art, November 2002 Sessions attended: Book-making Arts and Paper-making Attended Faculty Voice Lessons writing workshop, Summer 2002 Attended Faculty ITComputer workshop, Summer, 2002 VI. SERVICE ACTIVITIES A. Service to the Profession Book reviewer of a Humanities text for Pearson/Prentice Hall Publishers, July 2009 Served on Tennessee Arts Commission At Risk Youth grant review committee, May 2009 Conducted a Teacher in-service for Weakley County schools art specialists, Feb. 27, 2009 Membership Chairperson on the Board of the Tennessee Art Education Association (TAEA), January 2006-Present Conducted Teacher In-service for Dyer County and Dyersburg schools art specialists, September 7, 2007, Dyersburg, TN K-16 Planning Roundtable sponsored by the Tennessee Board of Education, February 23, 2007, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfressboro, TN K-16 Planning Roundtable sponsored by the Tennessee Board of Education, November 9, 2006, Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts, Gatlinburg, TN TAEA Board Meeting, Arrowmont, Gatlinburg, TN, November 9, 2006 TAEA Board Meeting, Nashville, TN, March 2006 Higher Education Division Representative on the board of the Tennessee Art Education Association (TAEA), Fall 2002-January As a board member, I have attended one to three board meetings a year since K-16 Planning Roundtable, November 3, 2005, Memphis, TN Served on statewide team to revise the Tennessee Teacher Licensure Standards For Visual Arts Education K-12, Nashville, Dec. 6, 2004 Participated in a Tennessee Arts commission interview on the Arts Education Needs Assessment for the state, August 2004 Participated in TAEA Board s Long Range Planning Meeting, June 26, 2004 Eckert--Vita 11

12 Researched and created a Guide to College Art Programs and Degrees in Tennessee for the TAEA. Mainly intended as an advising tool for high school art teachers and counselors for assisting their students in choosing a school for their higher education, Fall 2003 Textbook reviewer for Longman Publishers, May 2004 and for Prentice Hall Publishers, May & June, 2003 The Union Institute and University, Cincinnati, OH member of two doctoral committees as. a peer ( ) B. Service to the University of Tennessee Chair of Promotion Committee for Diane Shaw, Spring 2010 Assisted with VTA College Art Day and High School Art Competition, January 2010 Serving on the Honors and Ceremonies Committee, Fall 2009-Present Library Committee Representative for the Department, Fall 2007-Present, Chairperson Fall Assisted with VTA College Art Day and High School Art Competition, January 2009 Served on Foundations/Graphic Design position Search Committee, Spring 2007 Served on the Faculty Senate, Fall 2005-Spring 2008 Serving as co-advisor with David McBeth and Diane Shaw to the Visual Art Society student art organization, Fall 2001-Present Worked on the Department of Visual & Theatre Arts Self Study, Fall 2006-early 2007 Served on the Faculty Senate Committee on Instruction, Fall 2005-Spring 2008 Second Reader on University Scholar paper for Andrea Poarch, The State of Art Education In Public, Non-metropolitan Tennessee Schools, Spring 2007 Hung the Artists of the 21 st Century exhibit at the WTRAC Gallery, Humboldt, Spring 2007 Assisted with VTA College Art Day and the High School Art Competition, January 2007 Conducted admission to Teacher Education Interviews, October 10, 2006 Worked on the UT Arts Standard matrix for Art Education majors with D. Shaw, Spring 2006 Hung the Artists of the 21 st Century exhibit at the WTRAC Gallery, Humboldt, April 2006 Eckert--Vita 12

13 Serving on the UT Martin PEC (Professional Education Council), Spring 2005-Present Participated in the planning and implementing of annual College Art Day for High School juniors and seniors, Fall 2002-Present Participated in the planning and hanging of an annual High School Art Exhibition, Present Participated in the Sophomore Review process of B.F.A. majors, Fall 2003-Present Evaluated Senior B.F.A. student exhibits, 2003-Present Serving on the Women s Studies Faculty Council, Fall 2004-Present Have participated in various Senior and Career Days at UTM, Fall 2001-Present Participated in the daylong screening process for Governor s School in the Humanities, February 2006 Served on Humanities & Fine Arts Teaching Awards Committee, September, 2005 Served on the Art Faculty Search Committee, Fall/Spring 2004/2005 Served on the Humanities and Fine Arts Degrees Committee, Fall 2004 Taught Freshmen Studies, Fall 2003, Fall 2004, Fall 2005 Took a group of students to the Masters of Florence exhibit in Memphis, along with S. Sieber and D. Shaw, September 25, 2004 Served on the Dance Faculty Search Committee, Summer 2004 Submitted student paper by Geoffrey Oliver to UTM Interdisciplinary Writing Conference, February, 2004, paper was accepted Member of the UTM Arts Council, (organization discontinued) Serving on the Faculty Development and Research Committee, Fall Fall 2004 Served on the Faculty Development Committee, Fall 2002-Spring 2003 Served on the Dance Faculty Search Committee, Spring 2003 Served on the Director of Computer Services Search Committee, Spring 2003 Faculty Read-Aloud, members of Voice Lessons read work, November 5, 2003 Created props for the UTM Music Department s production of Big River, Spring 2004 Eckert--Vita 13

14 Participated on the Talk About Teaching panel sponsored by the Office of Research, Grants and Contracts, November 2002 Took art majors on a Field Trip to the Frist Center in Nashville, TN along with Lane Last, September 2002 Took Visual Art Society members on a Field Trip to St. Louis with D. McBeth, April 2002 C. Service to the Public Involving Professional Skills Co-wrote grant to the Tennessee Arts Commission with Diane Shaw for WCAHC Summer Arts Camp held July, grant granted. Project Director and one of the teachers for the second annual Summer Arts Camp held By the WCAHC at Dresden Elementary, July 2009 Project Director and one of the teachers for the first annual Summer Arts Camp by the WCAHC, Dresden Elementary School, July, 2008 President of the Weakley County Arts & Humanities Council, Jan Present Teaching a course each summer for the Governor s School for the Humanities, 2004-Present Co-judged the Soybean Festival Exhibit with VTA faculty, Sept., 2007 Assisted with WCAHC Writing workshops, Dresden Elem. School, March 2006 Elementary School Outreach Picture Person Program Sharon Elementary School, school year, Fall 2005-Present, (visited eight times Spring 2006 and seven times Fall 2006) Active member of the Weakley County Arts and Humanities Council, Fall 2001-Present. Participated in the VTA & VAS booth at the annual Soybean Festival, Fall 2005 & 2006 District judge in the Congressional Art Competition in Jackson, TN Spring 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005 Judged US Bank Open Exhibition, Clarksville, TN, March 2005 Judged Southern Expressions Exhibit, Bolivar, TN, July 15, 2004 Art Education Students went to University School in Jackson to teach art lessons to children at their annual Spring Fling, April 2004 Put together an exhibit of regional artists for the WCAHC Soybean Festival exhibit in the Weldon Public Library, September 2002 Eckert--Vita 14

15 Worked at the Soybean Festival as a member of the WCAHC in a children s art activity booth, September 2002 Judged the Adult artwork categories at the Obion County Fair, August 2002 Conducted art-making sessions for the Color of Music contest sponsored by the Jackson Symphony at Sharon Elementary, Greenfield Elementary and Martin Elementary, November 2001 Teacher in-service planned with the Kennedy Center on using art to teach social studies. Specific focus was papier mache masks. Summer 1999 VII. PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES and OTHER RELEVANT ACTIVITIES College Art Association (CAA), (need to renew) National Art Education Association (NAEA), since 1997 National Women s Studies Association (NWSA), since 2004 Tennessee Art Education Association (TAEA), since 1997 TEACHING AWARDS Nominated for the Outstanding Advisor Award, 2005 Selected for Who s Who Among America s Teachers, College of Humanities & Fine Arts Outstanding Junior Faculty of the Year for 2005 TAEA Higher Education Level Educator of the Year for 2005 Outstanding Educator Award, University of Tennessee at Martin, Spring 2002 Outstanding Honors Professor Award, Austin Peay State University, VIII. INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL Conducted a travel study course to London for 11 students with D. McBeth, May 17-27, 2004 visited numerous sites and museums in London, including the Victoria & Albert, the Tate and Tate Modern, the Saachi, the Royal Academy, the British, Museum, the National Gallery, the International Contemporary Art Museum, the Courtauld Gallery as well as a day trip to Stonehenge and Bath Conducted a travel study to Italy for 8 students (part of a group of 33) with S. Sieber and S. Baker, March 2003 visited Milan, Venice, Florence, Assisi, Rome, Ravenna, San Gimignano Pisa seeing numerous sites and museums in each city Milan Cathedral, Sfrozesco Castle, St. Mark s Cathedral, Doge s Palace, San Vitale, Florence Cathedral, Galleria dell Accademia, Piazza della Sognira and Piazzale Michelangelo, Uffizi Gallery, Church of Santa Croce, Pisa Cathedral, Basilica de San Francesco, Sistine Chapel, Vatican Museum, the Coliseum, Roman Forum Eckert--Vita 15

16 Douglas Cook, M.F.A., Chairperson Department of Visual & Theatre Arts University of Tennessee at Martin 102 Fine Arts Building Eckert--Vita 16

17 Martin, TN Ph: Cynthia Marsh, M.F.A., Chairperson (at time of employment at APSU) Department of Art P.O. Box 4677 Austin Peay State University Clarksville, TN Ph: or Jill Eichhorn, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Coordinator of Women s Studies Department of Languages & Literature P.O. Box 4487 Austin Peay State University Clarksville, TN Ph: Allene Phy-Olsen, Ph.D., Professor, Coordinator of the Honors Program Department of Languages & Literature P.O. Box 4487 Austin Peay State University Clarksville, TN Ph: or Rhoda Linton, Ph.D., Graduate Faculty, The Union Institute and University 150 Porter Hill Rd. Newfield, NY Ph: John Crowe, Ph.D., Professor of Art Education, Massachusetts College of Art 88 North Main St. North Easton, MA Ph: Dixie Webb, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Art History, Chairperson Department of Art P.O. Box 4677 Austin Peay State University Clarksville, TN Ph.: or Eckert--Vita 17

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