Gibson, Ann Eden

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GIBSON, Ann Eden

GIBSON, Ann Eden. American, b. 1944. Genres: Art/Art history. Career: Art teacher at public schools in Wooster, OH, 1966-69; Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, adjunct instructor in studio art, 1969-72; Art Institute of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, studio instructor in design and drawing, 1972-75; Point Park College, Pittsburgh, assistant professor of art history and studio art, 1975-79; University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, adjunct instructor in art history, 1979; University of Delaware, Newark, adjunct instructor in art history, 1980-81; Yale University, New Haven, CT, lecturer, 1982-84, assistant professor, 1984-87, associate professor of art history, 1987-90, Morse fellow, 1987-88, senior faculty fellow, 1990-91; State University of New York at Stony Brook, associate professor of art history, 1991-98, acting department head, 1993-94, member of executive committee, Laboratory for Technology and the Arts, 1993-94, associate director of Humanities Institute, 1995-98; University of Delaware, Newark, professor of art history and chairperson of department, 1998-. Akron State University, adjunct instructor, 1970-72; University of Pittsburgh, Distinguished Alumna Lecturer, 1994; Walker Art Center, Mack Lecturer, 1996; Rhodes College, Moss Lecturer, 1997; Tulane University, Sandra Garrard Memorial Lecturer, 1998; lecturer at educational institutions. Publications: Issues in Abstract Expressionism: The Artist-Run Periodicals, 1990; Abstract Expressionism: Other Politics, 1997; (with M. Scala) Judith Godwin: Style and Grace, 1997; (with D. Veneciano) Norman Lewis: The Black Paintings, 1946-1977, 1998. Contributor to exhibition catalogs. Contributor to books and periodicals. Address: Department of Art History, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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