CURRICULUM VITAE
 
 
EDUCATION
 
Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD
MFA, Hoffberger School of Painting, May 2000
 
The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA
BA, Magna Cum Laude, Studio Art, May 1997
Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha of Virginia
 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
 
2007 – 
 
Associate Professor of Drawing and Painting
Head of Studio Arts Foundations
The Department of Visual Arts & Art History
Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL

2004 – 2007
 
Assistant Professor of Drawing and Painting
Foundations Program Coordinator
The Department of Visual Arts & Art History
Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL
 
2000 – 2004
 
Assistant Professor of Art
The Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College
Florida Atlantic University, Jupiter, FL
 
1999 – 2000
 
Graduate Assistant to Mrs. Grace Hartigan
Hoffberger School of Painting
Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD

Coordinator, Studio Writing Project
Department of Sculptural Studies
Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD

1998 – 1999
 
Graduate Teaching Assistant
Department of Foundations
Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD
 

GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND DISTINCTIONS

2018

2019 FATE Master Educator Award
National Nominee

2016 – 2017
 
Full Academic Year Research Sabbatical (F.A.U.)
 
2016

School of the Arts Creative and Artistic Grants Program (F.A.U.)
Cultivating Exotic Species: Stop-Action Animations of Hand-Drawn and Hand-Cut Ornamental Type

2015
 
Distinction through Discovery Undergraduate Curriculum Grants Program (F.A.U.)
Course Grant Pre-Proposal Approval
Solidifying a Culture of Undergraduate Research in ART 3383C: Narrative Drawing
 
Distinction through Discovery Undergraduate Curriculum Grants Program (F.A.U.)
Project Grant Award
From Here to Home: Investigating One's Origins to Identify Key Elements of Artistic Voice
 
College of Arts & Letters Summer Research Supplement (F.A.U.)
Exotic Species: Hand-Drawn Ornamental Type Unifying Formal Elements of Circus Posters From the Ringling Museum and Specimens of Florida Invasive Plants and Fishes
 
2014
 
Distinction through Discovery Undergraduate Curriculum Grants Program (F.A.U.)
Project Grant Pre-Proposal Approval
From Here to Home: Investigating One's Origins to Identify Key Elements of Artistic Voice
 
2013
 
Emerging Arts Administrators Fellowship
National Council of Arts Administrators (N.C.A.A.)
 
Think Tank Catalyst: From Silos to Integration: 21st Century Foundations Curricula
One-day intensive event at the Savannah College of Art and Design
Invited Discussion Group Facilitator
Makers, Breakers, and Instigators: The Role of Studio in Foundations
 
2012
 
Master Teacher Award (F.A.U.)
 
Think Tank 7: Foundations Now
Residency at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Master Educator Invitee
 
Award for Excellence and Innovation in Undergraduate Teaching (F.A.U.)
 
2011
 
Master Teacher Award (F.A.U.)

Faculty Learning Community Participant (F.A.U.)
Teaching High-Ability Students
 
2010
 
Faculty Learning Community Leader (F.A.U.)
Cultivating and Supporting Original Undergraduate Research
 
Creative Capital Foundation Advanced Professional Development Workshop
 
2009
 
Creative Capital Foundation Professional Development Program Workshop
 
2008 – 2009
 
Full Academic Year Research Sabbatical (F.A.U.)
 
2008
 
Creative Capital Foundation Professional Development Program Workshop
 
2007
 
Honors Faculty Fellowship (F.A.U.)
 
2006
 
Florida Artist Enhancement Grant
 
Florida Individual Artist Fellowship
 
Division of Research Scholarly & Creative Activities Grant (F.A.U.)
Colossal Whispers Unfold in the Telling: Expansive Visual Tales of Truth and Mystery
 
2004
 
South Florida Cultural Consortium Fellowship for Visual and Media Artists
 
Faculty Incentive Grant, Lifelong Learning Society (F.A.U.)
 
2002
 
Drawing Marathon, New York Studio School of Painting and Sculpture
 
1998 – 2000
 
Maryland Institute Graduate Fellowship
 
1998 – 1999
 
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Graduate Fellowship
 
1997
 
Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha of Virginia
 
High Departmental Honors
 
Alumni Award for the Study of Art, College of William and Mary
 
1996
 
Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society
 
Mortar Board National College Senior Honor Society
 
James Monroe Scholar Summer Fellowship
 
Joseph Palin Thorley Memorial Scholarship for the Study of Art
 
1993
 
James Monroe Scholar, a distinction awarded to the top 100 prospective freshmen annually, College of William and Mary
 
 
PUBLICATIONS

2016
 
"Retrospection"
Walter Hnatysh Survey: The Florida Years 1989 – 2016
Invited essay for exhibition catalogue
 
2015
 
"Fearful Symmetry: A Conversation with 2013 SECAC Artist's Fellowship Award Winner Carol Prusa"
Southeastern College Art Conference Review, Volume XLV, Number 4
 
2014
 
"Inventing Territory: Sketchbook Methodologies that Make Ideas Happen"
The Design Recharge Show: Energizing Your Design Battery, August 13, 2014
Curated weekly web show and podcast
 
2012
 
"The Importance of Mentorship and Advocacy"
CAA Podcasts on Topics in Professional Development, 2012
 
"Contemporary Learning Communities"
Future Forward: Foundational Ideas, Curriculum and Continuous Improvement
Sponsored by Integrative Teaching International, Volume 3, Number 1
 
2011
 
“Learning from Five Themes: An Interview with William Kentridge”
Southeastern College Art Conference Review, Volume XVI, Number 1
 
2010
 
“Quiet Abstract Sculpture at Norton Speaks Volumes about Forms”
Review of Beyond the Figure: Abstract Sculpture in the Norton Collection
Palm Beach ArtsPaper, August 19, 2010
 
“William Kentridge: On Looking, Drawing, and Knowing”
Interview in conjunction with William Kentridge: Five Themes
Palm Beach ArtsPaper, June 17, 2010
 
2005
 
“Painting the Blissful Moment: A Conversation with Carol Prusa”
Southeastern College Art Conference Review, Volume XIV, Number 5
 
“Bleicher’s Contemporary Color: Theory & Use”
FATE in Review: Foundations in Art: Theory and Education, Volume 27, 2005 – 2006
 
Process/Progression: Selected Work from the MFA Program in Visual Arts at Florida Atlantic University
Exhibition catalog co-author with Carol Prusa and Kara Walker-Tomé
 
 
SOLO AND TWO-PERSON EXHIBITIONS
 
2008
 
Morpheme (solo)
Ingham Chapman Gallery, University of New Mexico
Gallup, NM, October 1 – 31
 
2006
 
Amy Broderick: New Work (solo)
Sarratt Gallery, Vanderbilt University
Nashville, TN, September 1 – 28
 
2004
 
Materialize (two-person)
University Gallery, Old Dominion University
Norfolk, VA, May 22 – July 4
 
Amy Broderick (solo)
ConTemporary Gallery, University of West Florida
Pensacola, FL, March 19 – April 16
 
2001
 
Amy S. Broderick: Drawing, The Primary Sense (solo)
Ritter Art Gallery, Florida Atlantic University
Boca Raton, FL, January 12 – February 8
 
2000
 
New Work: Amy S. Broderick/Mary Walker (two-person)
School 33 Arts Center
Baltimore, MD, November 4 – December 8
 
1997
 
Inward Bound: Honors Thesis Exhibition (solo)
Andrews Gallery, College of William and Mary
Williamsburg, VA, April 14 – May 11
 
 
GROUP EXHIBITIONS
 
2019

Modern Love
Curated by Nichole Hickey
The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County
Lake Worth, FL, February 14 – May 18

Waste to Wonder
Curated by Cynthia Maronet
The GalleRE at Resource Depot
West Palm Beach, FL, January 19 – March 6

2018

Reimagine: Selections from the Cultural Council

Curated by Nichole Hickey
The Satellite: A Project of The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County
West Palm Beach, FL, November 9 – March 15, 2019

Art & Art History Alumnae Exhibition: 100 Years of Women at W&M
Curated by Pamela Hawkes
Andrews Gallery, College of William & Mary
Williamsburg, VA September 6 – October 20

2017

Second Biennial "Artists of The Art Salon" Exhibition
Curated by Elle Schorr
Armory Art Center
West Palm Beach, FL, December 8 – January 6, 2018

Biennial Faculty Exhibition
Schmidt Center Gallery and Ritter Art Gallery, Florida Atlantic University
Boca Raton, FL, September 8 – October 14

2016

Something Out of Nothing
Curated by Nichole Hickey
Palm Beach County Cultural Council
Lake Worth, FL, March 25 – May 21

2015
 
Biennial Faculty Exhibition
Schmidt Center Gallery and Ritter Art Gallery, Florida Atlantic University
Boca Raton, FL, November 13 – January 23, 2016
 
2013
 
Biennial Faculty Exhibition
Schmidt Center Gallery and Ritter Art Gallery, Florida Atlantic University
Boca Raton, FL, September 21 - December 7
 
2012
 
Foundations
Curated by Nichole Hickey
Palm Beach County Cultural Council
Lake Worth, FL, January 18 - April 14
 
2011
 
MICA/Art Basel at The Betsy Hotel
Curated by Leslie King-Hammond and Lowery Sims
The Underground Gallery at The Betsy Hotel, during Art Basel Miami
Miami, FL, December 2
 
MICA Alumni Council Exhibition
MICA Health Center, Maryland Institute College of Art
Baltimore, MD, October 2 – May 18, 2012
 
Biennial Faculty Exhibition
Schmidt Center Gallery and Ritter Art Gallery, Florida Atlantic University
Boca Raton, FL, September 17 – November 12
 
2009
 
Biennial Faculty Exhibition
Schmidt Center Gallery, Florida Atlantic University
Boca Raton, FL, November 14 – January 23, 2010
 
Art in Academia: SECAC Members’ Exhibition
Curated by Paul Richelson, Mobile Museum of Art
Space 301
Mobile, AL, September 11 – November 8
 
Visual Arts Fellowship Exhibition
Curated by Dr. Amy V. Dickerson, University of Florida
Terrace Gallery, City of Orlando City Hall
Orlando, FL, March 9 – May 31
 
Nexus: Science + Art
Organized by Palm Beach County Cultural Council
Scripps Research Institute/Scripps Florida
February 2009 – February 2010
 
Visual Arts Fellowship Exhibition
University Galleries, University of Florida
Gainesville, FL, January 1 – February 28
 
2008
 
Visual Arts Fellowship Exhibition
Mattie Kelly Arts Center Galleries, Okaloosa-Walton College
Niceville, FL, October 26 – December 4
 
Visual Arts Fellowship Exhibition
Vero Beach Museum of Art
Vero Beach, FL, June 14 – September 21
 
15 x 15 Alumni Exhibition
Maryland Institute College of Art
Baltimore MD, June 5 – 22
 
Visual Arts Fellowship Exhibition
Polk Museum of Art
Lakeland, FL, March 8 – May 18
 
2007
 
Visual Arts Fellowship Exhibition
Miami Dade College Gallery
Miami, FL, December 4 – January 25, 2008
 
Undertow Istanbul: South Florida Contemporary Art
Osman Hamdi Bey Hall, Mimar Sinan University
Istanbul, Turkey, October 17 – November 2
 
Biennial Faculty Exhibition
Schmidt Center Gallery, Florida Atlantic University
Boca Raton, FL, September 21 – October 27
 
Visual Arts Fellowship Exhibition
Lighthouse Center for the Arts
Tequesta, FL, August 1 – September 28
 
2006
 
Armory Affair D’Arte
Armory Art Center
West Palm Beach, FL, December 1 – 3
 
Think Warm: Miami Draws for You
Tomio Koyama Gallery
Tokyo, Japan, January 21 – February 10
 
Insight: Sight-Specific Art Work by Emerging Artists
Presented by palmbeach3 Contemporary Art Fair and Hotel Biba
Curated by Kara Walker-Tomé, ArtSite Projects
Hotel Biba
West Palm Beach, FL, January 12 – 15
 
2005
 
co-dependent: artists, artist/curators, and curators select artists
Organized by Diana Shpungin & Blane De St. Croix
The Living Room, during Art Basel Miami
Miami, FL, December 1 – 4
 
Biennial Faculty Exhibition
Schmidt Center Gallery, Florida Atlantic University
Boca Raton, FL, September 16 – October 22
 
Showtel 4: A One-Night Exhibition of Site-Specific Art
Hotel Biba
West Palm Beach, FL, May 14
 
2004
 
Drawing Now
Curated by Kara Walker-Tomé, Armory Art Center
West Palm Beach, FL, December 15 – January 5, 2005
 
FAU South
Curated by Bernice Steinbaum
The Living Room, during Art Basel Miami
Miami, FL, December 1 – January 12, 2005
 
SECAC Members Juried Exhibition
Jacksonville Museum of Art
Jacksonville, FL, October 14 – January 9
 
New Art South Florida: The 2004 South Florida Cultural Consortium Fellowship for Visual and Media Artists
Curated by Lori Mertes
Miami Art Museum
Miami, FL, September 10 – October 31
 
53rd Annual All Florida Juried Competition and Exhibition
Boca Raton Museum of Art
Boca Raton, FL, June 16 – August 29
 
Showtel 3: A One-Night Exhibition of Site-Specific Art
Hotel Biba
West Palm Beach, FL, May 8
 
2003
 
Biennial Faculty Exhibition
Schmidt Center Gallery, Florida Atlantic University
Boca Raton, FL, September 13 – October 11
 
2001
 
Biennial Faculty Exhibition
Schmidt Center Gallery, Florida Atlantic University
Boca Raton, FL, September 15 – October 27
 
ArtLink @ Sotheby’s International Young Art
Juried Online International Group Exhibition
artlinkinc.com, 2001
 
2000
 
Art-O-Matic 2000
Old Heckinger Building
Washington, D.C., September 28 – October 28
 
10 Viewing Stations: 45, 90, 180 or 360 Degree Drawing
ARTSCAPE
Baltimore, MD, July 20 – 23
 
Out of Order
Maryland Art Place
Baltimore, MD, April 25 – 29
 
MFA Thesis Show 2000
Meyerhoff Gallery, Maryland Institute College of Art
Baltimore, MD, April 14 – 24
 
on sight
Westside Gallery, School of Visual Arts
New York City, NY, March 16 – April 18
 
1999
 
Hoffberger Annual Group Show
Fox3 Gallery, Maryland Institute College of Art
Baltimore, MD, November 30 – December 6
 
1998
 
Hoffberger Annual Group Show
Fox3 Gallery, Maryland Institute College of Art
Baltimore, MD, December 1 – 7
 
 
COLLECTIONS
 
Mary M. Montgomery, Palm Beach
 
 
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
 
2011
 
"Faculty Focus," Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters Newsletter Fall 2011, 4
 
2009
 
Stacey Singer. “Scripps Florida Unveils Art Collection,” The Palm Beach Post Feb. 15, 2009
 
2008 
 
“Words Becoming Art,” The Campus Voice Nov. 2008, 3
 
Peter Pringle. “Love of Language Infuses Artist’s Work,” Scripps Treasure Coast Newspapers Aug. 21, 2008
 
Jeri Butler. “Vero Beach Museum Revives 1960’s Beat,” The Palm Beach Post Aug. 13, 2008
 
2007
 
Gary Schwan. “FAU Exhibit Shines Spotlight on Faculty,” The Palm Beach Post Sept. 21, 2007
 
Gary Schwan. “Tax Dollars Spun into Beautiful Artwork,” The Palm Beach Post Sept. 2, 2007
 
Gary Schwan. “Art Fellows to Showcase Work,” The Palm Beach Post Aug. 27, 2007
 
2006
 
David Maddox. “What Are Words Worth?” Nashville Scene Sept. 21, 2006
 
David Maddox. “Critics’ Picks,” Nashville Scene Sept. 7, 2006, 36+.
 
Darcy Newell. “First exhibit of the year displayed at Sarratt gallery,” The Vanderbilt Hustler Sept. 6, 2006
 
Mark Staff Brandl. “CAA Annual Conference Report,” Sharkforum: Opinion with Teeth www.sharkforum.org, Feb. 2006
 
2005
 
Showtel 4 exhibition catalog, Kara Walker-Tomé and Gregg Tomé, curators/producers
 
John C. Watts. “Cultivating Collections: Showtel 4,” South Florida Today South Florida Public Television, WXEL, May 31, 2005
 
Maxx Cozza. “Cultivating Collections: Armory Drawings,” South Florida Today South Florida Public Television, WXEL, Jan. 4, 2005
 
Jan Sjostrom. “Show at Armory: It’s ‘what drawing can be’,” Palm Beach Daily News Jan. 4, 2005, 1+.
 
2004
 
FAU Faculty Catalog 2004, FAU South exhibition catalog, School
of the Arts, FAU, Boca Raton, FL
 
New Art South Florida: The 2004 South Florida Cultural Consortium Fellowship for Visual and Media Artists exhibition catalog, Miami Art Museum, Miami, FL
 
Ivette Yee. “Palm Beach County Museums Seek Exposure at Miami’s Art Basel,” The South Florida Sun-Sentinel Dec. 2, 2004
 
“Altered State: The 2004 South Florida Cultural Consortium Fellowship Shines the Spotlight on Emerging Talent,” Florida International Magazine Oct. 2004, 143.
 
Jan Sjostrom. “Grant Winners to Meet Tonight,” Palm Beach Daily News Sept. 28, 2004, 2.
 
Paula Harper. “Exhibition Lets Artistic Freedom Run Wild,” The Miami Herald Sept. 27, 2004, 3E.
 
“Spotlight: A Monthly Guide to Arts & Entertainment,” Palm Beach Daily News Sept. 24, 2004, 2B. (photograph)
 
Omar Sommereyns. “The Sure Thing: New Art South Florida,” Street Weekly: Miami Sept. 10 - 16, 2004
 
Lise Steinhauer. “Amy Broderick: A Life Directed Toward Art,” Culture: Newsletter of the Palm Beach County Cultural Council Vol. 22 Num. 4, July/Aug. 2004, 8 – 9.
 
“53rd Annual All Florida Juried Competition and Exhibition,” Boca Raton Museum of Art: Artworks July/Aug. 2004, 3. (photograph)
 
Christi Knight. “Showtel III,” Style X TWOCHIX Productions and Stuart Independent Community Television, WTCN, May 30, 2004.
 
Jan Sjostrom. “Showtel Installation Art Show Saturday,” Palm Beach Daily News May 6, 2004, 1+.
 
“Best Bets: Showtel III,” City Link Magazine May 5, 2004, N. pag.
 
Gary Schwan. “‘Alt’ Art: When 35 Artists Take Over a Hotel, Oh, Biba!” The Palm Beach Post May 2, 2004, 2J.
 
“Showtel III: Avant-Garde Art Stays the Night at Hotel Biba,” Closer Magazine May/June 2004, 54.
 
Terry Gearing. “FAU Professor Amy Broderick Receives Award,” Abacoa News May, 2004, 27.
 
“Two Palm Beach County Artists Receive Cultural Consortium Fellowships,” Culture: Newsletter of the Palm Beach County Cultural Council Vol. 22 Num. 2, Mar./Apr. 2004, 10.
 
Terry Gearing. “Faculty Focus: Amy Broderick,” MacHoot: News from the John MacArthur Campus, Florida Atlantic University Vol. 4 Num. 3, Spring
2004, 2.
 
“Art Talks: Between Art and the Sciences: A Panel Discussion,” Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art: Spring 2004 Calendar of Events
 
“Spend Some Time with Broderick, ‘ConTemporary’ Artist,” Pensacola News Journal Apr. 14, 2004, 1B.
 
Mike Roberts. “Exhibit Wreaks Visual Havoc, but That’s a Good Thing,” Pensacola News Journal Apr. 2, 2004, 2B.
 
“‘ConTemporary’ Exhibit at DADA Night,” Pensacola News Journal Mar. 19, 2004, 1B.
 
2003
 
Skip Sheffield. “FAU Showcases Faculty Works,” Boca Raton/Delray Beach News Sept. 12, 2003, N. pag. (announcement with photograph)
 
2001
 
Fellowship Program: 1980 – 2000 Richmond, VA, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 9. (mention with photograph)
 
 
CURATORIAL PROJECTS
 
2013
 
College of Arts & Letters Dean's Reception in Partnership with Northern Trust
Visual arts curator
Northern Trust Bank
Boca Raton, FL, October 9
 
2012
 
Notes from the Future:
Selected Work from the BFA Senior Seminar at Florida Atlantic University
Exhibition curator
Blue Planet Writers' Room
West Palm Beach, FL, February 24 - March 24
 
2011
 
Provisions:
Selected Work from the BFA Senior Seminar at Florida Atlantic University
Exhibition curator
Blue Planet Writers' Room
West Palm Beach, FL, October 28 - November 25
 
2009
 
Persistent Objects: A Drawing Marathon
Exhibition co-curator with Narrative Drawing student Sandra Lanz
Student Union Gallery, Florida Atlantic University
Boca Raton, FL, September 23 – October 16

2005 
 
Process/Progression:
Selected Work from the MFA Program in Visual Arts at Florida Atlantic University
Exhibition co-curator with Carol Prusa and Kara Walker-Tomé
Armory Art Center
West Palm Beach, FL, May 24 – July 29
 
2004
 
Honors College Student Exhibition
Exhibition curator
Hibel Museum of Art, Florida Atlantic University
Jupiter, FL, May 10 – June 5
 
 
CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION
 
2019

Skill is Everything.

Presented as part of the session, Re-skilling Foundations: The Importance of Pedagogy in Today's Foundations Curricula
Jason Swift and Ray Yeager, chairs
Foundations in Art: Theory and Education Biennial Conference
Columbus, OH, April 4 – 6

The Successful Candidate: Two Perspectives on the Tenure-Track Faculty Search Process
Presented with Prof. Corey K. Lamb as part of the session, The Secret Handshake
Carrie Fonder, chair
Foundations in Art: Theory and Education Biennial Conference
Columbus, OH, April 4 – 6

2018

The Studio Marathon Project: An Impossible Prompt Makes Excellence Possible
Art (WORK) ing: A FATE Southeast Regional Conference
University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL, September 14 – 15

2017

Assign to Launch: Strategic Design of Annual Assignments to Facilitate Long-Term Career Growth for Contingent Faculty Colleagues and Graduate Students

Presented as part of the session, Transitions
Stacy Isenbarger, chair
Foundations in Art: Theory and Education Biennial Conference
Kansas City, MO, April 6 – 8

2015
 
Drawing From Here to Home: Investigating One's Origins to Identify Key Elements of Artistic Voice
Presented as part of the session, #fresh
Valerie Powell and Lily Kuonen, chairs
Southeastern College Art Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, October 21 – 24
 
You Are Here To Do This.
Presented as part of the session, Spirituality in the Studio
Kjellgren Alkire and Will Carpenter, chairs
Foundations in Art: Theory and Education Biennial Conference
Indianapolis, IN, March 25 – 28
 
2014
 
Artists in an Expanding Field: Professional Success and Its Origins in the Studio Arts Undergraduate Experience
Presented as part of the session, Emerging Arts Administrators Fellowship Ignites
The 42nd Annual Gathering of the National Council of Arts Administrators
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, September 24 - 27
 
2013
 
Artists and Leaders: Identifying and Cultivating the Meta-Skills Required for Art/Business Success
Presented as part of the session, Developing Future Creative Leaders: An Imperative for Art and Design Departments
Jerry Johnson, chair
Southeastern College Art Conference, Greensboro, NC, October 30 - November 2
 
Sketchbook Culture
Session chair
Foundations in Art: Theory and Education Biennial Conference
Savannah, GA, April 4 - 6
 
2012
 
ARTspace [Meta] Mentors: Beyond Tenure – Taking it to the Next Level
Panel participant, representing the artist's role as mentor and advocate
College Art Association Annual Conference, Los Angeles, CA, February 22 – 25
 
2011
 
Practice and Research: Work by Emerging Artist-Educators
Session chair
Southeastern College Art Conference, Savannah, GA, November 9 – 12
 
Undergraduate Research in the Visual Arts: Best Practices from the Studio Arts and Their Application Across Disciplines
Presented with Prof. Liz Atzberger
Florida Statewide Symposium on Engagement in Undergraduate Research
University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL, October 14 – 15
 
Mentoring in Undergraduate Research: A Faculty Roundtable Discussion
Panel moderator
FAU Undergraduate Research Symposium, Boca Raton, FL, April 1
 
2010
 
Seeing is Being: How Unspectacular, Inconspicuous, Nearly Invisible Art Makes Us More Human
Presented as part of the session, Art in the Culture of Continuous Spectacle
Margy Rich, chair
Southeastern College Art Conference, Richmond, VA, October 20 – 23
 
2009
 
Electronic Art Spaces: Cultivating Our Foundations Communities on the Web
Panel co-chair with Prof. Liz Atzberger
Foundations in Art: Theory and Education Biennial Conference, Portland OR, April 1 – 4
 
2008
 
Etymology for Breakfast: How Conversations about Linguistics Inspire Art Research and Art Work about the Misadventures of Our English Language
Presented with Dr. John Broderick as part of the session, 
Recollection, Recognition, Reaction… The 3 “R’s” of Studio Art Research 
Reni Gower, chair
Southeastern College Art Conference, New Orleans, LA, September 24 – 27
 
2006
 
The Artist’s Imperative
Panel co-chair with Prof. Carol Prusa
Southeastern College Art Conference joint meeting with
Mid-America College Art Association, Nashville, TN, October 25 – 28
 
Mystery, Meaning, and the Curious Imperative
Presented as part of the panel, The Artist’s Imperative
Southeastern College Art Conference joint meeting with
Mid-America College Art Association, Nashville, TN, October 25 – 28
 
Colossal Volumes: Cycloramas, Inhabitable Books, and Illuminated Rooms
Presented as part of the panel, The Altered Page
Jesseca Ferguson, chair
College Art Association Annual Conference, Boston, MA, February 22 – 25
 
2005
 
Infinite Elegance: How the Quest for Beauty Unifies Mathematics, Science, and the Visual Arts
Presented as part of the panel, Reclaiming the Beautiful
Carol Leake, chair
Southeastern College Art Conference, Little Rock, AR, October 26 – 29
 
A Careful Invention: Re-Envisioning the First Year Experience in a Diverse and Developing Visual Arts Department
Presented as part of the panel, What Constitutes Foundation Core Curriculum?
Jeff Boshart, chair
Foundations in Art: Theory and Education Biennial Conference
Columbus, OH, March 30 – April 1
 
Cultivating “Eureka!” The Importance of Interdisciplinary Research and Dialogue in the Studio Lives of Students and Teachers
Presented as part of the panel, Sharing Studio Discoveries in the Classroom
Deborah Dohne, chair
Foundations in Art: Theory and Education Biennial Conference
Columbus, OH, March 30 – April 1
 
2004
 
Work + Ethic: Making Art and Making Artists in the College Classroom and Studio
Presented with Honors College student Morgan DeFranco (B.A 2003) as part of the panel, 
Do as I Do: Teaching the Process of being an Artist
Elizabeth Hanemann, chair
Southeastern College Art Conference, Jacksonville, FL, October 13 – 17
 
2002
 
The Cartography of Pleasure and Power
Presented as part of the panel, The Next Generation: SECAC’s Newest Artist-Educators
Michael Aurbach and Virginia Derryberry, chairs
Southeastern College Art Conference, Mobile, AL, October 23 – 26
 
 
INVITED LECTURES, PANELS, AND WORKSHOPS
 
2019

Waste to Wonder: Stories Behind the Stuff
, Invited Artist Talk
The GalleRE at Resource Depot, West Palm Beach, FL, February 9

Visiting Critic
Evening Critique Seminar Program
Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, FL January 24

2018

Visiting Critic
Evening Critique Seminar Program
Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, FL, April 11

Second Biennial "Artists of The Art Salon" Exhibition, Invited Artist Talk
Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, FL, January 6

2017

You Are Artists and Leaders: Recognizing and Articulating the Power of Your BFA Degree

Lecture and Class Discussion
ARTS 4850: Professional Studio Practices, Department of Art & Art History
Auburn University, Auburn, AL, October 3

Democratizing Art Criticism: Teaching Tools to Empower Arts Audiences
Blue Planet Writers' Room Summer Institute
The Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, FL, July 29

Visiting Critic
Evening Critique Seminar Program
Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, FL, January 18

2016
 
Walter Hnatysh Survey: The Florida Years 1989 – 2016, Gallery Talk
Schmidt Center Gallery, Florida Atlantic University
Boca Raton, FL, September 2

Real Idea Development: Failure, Resilience, Serendipity, and Success, Invited Lecture
Art Salon Program
Armory Arts Center, West Palm Beach, FL, February 2
 
Visiting Critic
Evening Critique Seminar Program
Armory Arts Center, West Palm Beach, FL, January 27
 
Exotic Species: Hand-Drawn Ornamental Type Unifying Formal Elements of Circus Posters From the Ringling Museum and Specimens of Florida Invasive Plants and Fishes
Invited Lecture and Demonstration
Artist at Work Series
Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, FL, January 16
 
2015
 
We Teach Students to Succeed: A Call to Action for Arts Educators, Invited Lecture
The School District of Palm Beach County
K12 Arts Education Professional Development Program
The Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, FL, August 12
 
Visiting Artist, Department of Art + Art History
Florida International University, Miami, FL, April 23 – 24
 
Visiting Critic
Evening Critique Seminar Program
Armory Arts Center, West Palm Beach, FL, January 28
 
2013
 
The Studio Marathon, Visiting Master Artist Workshop
The Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, FL, February 8 - 9
 
Why Marathon, Invited Lecture
The Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, FL, February 8
 
2012
 
You Are My Medium, Invited Lecture
MFA in Visual Arts Professional Practices Lecture Series, F.A.U., Boca Raton, FL, April 5
 
2011
 
AbEx Painting and the Birth of the Cool, Lecture and Class Discussion
IDS 4933: Birth of the Cool, Wilkes Honors College, F.A.U., Jupiter, FL, June 20
 
From the Artist’s Perspective, Lecture and Gallery Talk
Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, FL, February 2
 
2010
 
From the Artist’s Perspective, Lecture and Gallery Talk
Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, FL, April 7
 
2009
 
Studio Visit, Summer Internship Program
Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, FL, July 7
 
2008
 
Visual Arts Fellowship Exhibition, Lecture and Gallery Talk
Vero Beach Museum of Art, Vero Beach, FL, August 10
 
Visiting Critic, Department of Painting and Drawing
Armory Arts Center, West Palm Beach, FL, Spring 2008
 
2007
 
Visiting Artist, Docent University Development Program
Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, FL, November 13
 
Infinite Elegance: How the Quest for Beauty Unifies Mathematics, Science, and the Visual Arts 
School of the Arts Lecture Series, F.A.U, Boca Raton, FL, September 12
 
Visiting Critic, Department of Painting and Drawing
Armory Arts Center, West Palm Beach, FL, Spring 2007
 
2006
 
Colossus Unfolds, Gallery Talk
Sarratt Gallery at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, September 7
 
Drawing from Life, Lecture and Critique
Art and Art History, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA, April 3
 
Visiting Critic, Department of Painting and Drawing
Armory Arts Center, West Palm Beach, FL, Spring 2006
 
2005
 
Infinite Elegance: How the Quest for Beauty Unifies Mathematics, Science, and the Visual Arts 
Adult Education Program, Temple Beth Am, Jupiter, FL, December 6
 
Drawing Now, Gallery Talk
Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, FL, January 5
 
2004
 
Award Winning Artists Talk About Their Work: A Panel Discussion of Winners of the South Florida Cultural Consortium Fellowship for Visual and Media Artists
The Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, Florida, September 28
 
Slide Jam at MAM: Amy S. Broderick, Invited Lecture
Miami Art Museum, Miami, FL, September 16
 
Etymology of a Picture, Lecture and Gallery Talk
ConTemporary Gallery, University of West Florida, Pensacola, FL, April 16
 
Between Art and the Sciences: A Panel Discussion on Interdisciplinary Approaches to Thinking and Creating, in conjunction with the exhibition, Michael Joo
Panel organizer and moderator
Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, March 25
 
2001
 
Drawing as Language, Gallery Talk
Ritter Art Gallery, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL, February 7
 
2000
 
Visiting Critic, Department of Printmaking
Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, Spring 2000
 
1998
 
Visiting Artist and Lecturer, Department of Drawing
The Governor’s Magnet School for the Arts, Norfolk, VA, Spring 1998
 
1997
 
Exploration and Making, Lecture and Gallery Talk
Andrews Gallery, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA, May 7
 
 
TEACHING SPECIALIZATION
 
My areas of specialty include studio arts foundations and all levels of drawing and painting. I also focus on professional practices for visual artists, with special emphasis on strategies for artists seeking careers in the professoriate. Additional areas of interest and experience include traditional-digital studio practices, interdisciplinary studio practices, art appreciation and criticism, and interdisciplinary courses exploring the relationships and intersections between the visual arts and other liberal arts disciplines. I have developed and taught courses both in the College of Arts & Letters and in the Honors College at F.A.U. Courses that I have offered as variations in both colleges are noted with “(Honors)” after the course title.
 
 
ART STUDIO
 
2D Design (Honors)
Color Fundamentals (Honors)
Elements of Visual Thinking (Honors)
Introduction to Digital Art
 
Drawing I (Honors)
Drawing II: Figure Drawing (Honors)
Narrative Drawing
Advanced Drawing
 
Experimental Drawing (Honors)
Alternative Media
Watercolor (Honors)
 
Beginning Painting (Honors)
Intermediate Painting
Advanced Painting
 
Honors Internship in Art
Honors Undergraduate Thesis Research in Art
Honors Undergraduate Thesis in Art

Writing in the Arts
BA Senior Seminar
BFA Senior Seminar
 
Directed Independent Study in Art (Honors)
Directed Independent Research in Art

Special Topics in Art (Honors)
Internship in Art
 
Graduate Painting
Graduate Studio
 
Graduate Special Topics in Art
Graduate Directed Independent Study in Art
 
Studio Arts Pedagogy in Higher Education
Professional Practices for Artists
 
Graduate Thesis Documentation
Graduate Thesis Exhibition


ART HISTORY
 
Honors Art Appreciation
Honors Still Image/Moving Image
Honors Directed Independent Study in Art History
 
Special Topics in Art History: The Artist’s Book
Special Topics: Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Research Projects
 

INTERDISCIPLINARY
 
Special Topics in Art: Honors Figure in Context
Special Topics in Art: Honors Inventing Beauty

Interdisciplinary Studies: Honors Psychology of Design
Art Core: A Thematic Study (PhD program in Comparative Studies)
 
 
I routinely teach Directed Independent Study and Directed Independent Research courses. These individualized courses focus on various topics in studio art, art history, and interdisciplinary studies, including original research projects for intermediate and advanced undergraduate and graduate students. 
 
I also serve (as either member or chair) on PhD dissertation committees, MFA thesis committees, MAT thesis committees, and undergraduate honors thesis committees.
 
 
UNIVERSITY SERVICE

2018 – 2019

Foundations Program Coordinator, Department of Visual Arts & Art History
Chair, VA & AH Undergraduate Programs Committee
VA & AH Assessment Committee

2017 – 2018

Foundations Program Coordinator, Department of Visual Arts & Art History
Chair, VA & AH Undergraduate Programs Committee
VA & AH Assessment Committee
College of Arts & Letters Undergraduate Programs Committee

2016 – 2017

Harriett L. Wilkes Honors College Art Faculty Search Committee
VA & AH Art + Medicine Working Group, a partnership with the College of Medicine

2015 – 2016
 
Foundations Program Coordinator, Department of Visual Arts & Art History
Chair, VA & AH Painting Faculty Search Committee
VA & AH Printmaking Faculty Search Committee
VA & AH Awards & Scholarships Committee
College of Arts & Letters Undergraduate Programs Committee
College of Arts & Letters Strategic Plan Implementation Committee
Subcommittee on Research
College of Education Secondary Teacher Education Coordinating Committee
 
2014 – 2015
 
Foundations Program Coordinator, Department of Visual Arts & Art History
VA & AH Awards & Scholarships Committee
Faculty Mentor to Prof. Karen Leader, Assistant Professor of Art History
Faculty Mentor to Prof. Juana Valdes, Assistant Professor of Printmaking
Chair, College of Arts & Letters Non-Tenure-Track Promotion Committee
College of Arts & Letters Undergraduate Programs Committee
 
2013 – 2014
 
Foundations Program Coordinator, Department of Visual Arts & Art History
Chair, VA & AH Foundations Faculty Search Committee
VA & AH Art History Faculty Search Committee
VA & AH Assessment Committee
Facutly Mentor to Prof. Karen Leader, Assistant Professor of Art History
Faculty Mentor to Prof. Juana Valdes, Assistant Professor of Printmaking
Chair, College of Arts & Letters Non-Tenure-Track Promotion Committee
College of Arts & Letters Undergraduate Programs Committee
College of Arts & Letters Master Teacher Selection Committee
 
2012 – 2013
 
Foundations Program Coordinator, Department of Visual Arts & Art History
College of Arts & Letters Teaching Task Force
 
2011 – 2012
 
Foundations Program Coordinator, Department of Visual Arts & Art History
Leader, VA & AH Freshman Learning Community in Visual Arts
Chair, VA & AH Foundations Curriculum Revision Committee
Chair, VA & AH Faculty Evaluation Advisory Committee
University Galleries Faculty Advisory Committee
 
2010 – 2011
 
Foundations Program Coordinator, Department of Visual Arts & Art History
Chair, VA & AH Annual Report and Evaluation Guidelines Committee
Faculty Mentor to Prof. Jeannie Cooper, Assistant Professor of Graphic Design
University Galleries Faculty Advisory Committee
 
2009 – 2010
 
Foundations Program Coordinator, Department of Visual Arts & Art History
Chair, VA & AH Studio Arts Promotion and Tenure Guidelines Committee
VA & AH Portfolio Review Committee
Faculty Mentor to Prof. Jeannie Cooper, Assistant Professor of Graphic Design
College of Arts & Letters Executive Committee for the PhD in Fine and Performing Arts
 
2007 – 2008
 
Foundations Program Coordinator, Department of Visual Arts & Art History
Graduate Studies Program Coordinator for the MFA in Visual Arts, VA & AH
Chair, VA & AH Graduate Committee
College of Arts & Letters Graduate Programs Committee
 
2006 – 2007
 
Foundations Program Coordinator, Department of Visual Arts & Art History
VA & AH Foundations Faculty Search Committee
VA & AH Graduate Committee
VA & AH Assessment Committee
University Galleries Faculty Advisory Committee
College of Arts & Letters Faculty Assembly Steering Committee
University Faculty Senate, Arts & Letters Representative
 
2005 – 2006
 
Foundations Program Coordinator, Department of Visual Arts & Art History
Chair, VA & AH Portfolio Review Committee
VA & AH Foundations Faculty Search Committee
VA & AH Steering and Strategic Planning Committee
VA & AH Assessment Committee
VA & AH Curriculum Committee
University Galleries Faculty Advisory Committee
College of Arts & Letters Faculty Assembly Steering Committee
University Faculty Senate, Arts & Letters Representative
 
2004 – 2005
 
Chair, Department of Visual Arts & Art History Foundations Committee
Chair, VA & AH Portfolio Review Committee
VA & AH Strategic Planning Committee
VA & AH Assessment Committee
University Galleries Faculty Advisory Committee
Instructor, F.A.U. Lifelong Learning Society
Latin American Art in the 20th Century, Winter 2005 term
Art Now, Fall 2004 term
 
2003 – 2004
 
Honors College Mathematics Faculty Search Committee
Honors College Curriculum Committee
Honors College Petitions Committee
Honors College Web Committee
Honors College Faculty Assembly
University Faculty Senate, Honors College Representative
University Art in State Buildings Committee, Project BR-691
Instructor, F.A.U. Lifelong Learning Society
Art Movements and Creative Rivalries, Winter 2004 term
The Lives of the Artists II, Fall 2003 term
 
2002 – 2003
 
Secretary, Honors College Web Committee
Honors College Asian Studies Faculty Search Committee
Honors College Faculty Assembly
Judge, 3rd Annual Honors College Student Talent Showcase
Judge, Mr. Honors College Competition
Invited Speaker, Fall 2002 Honors College Open House
Invited Speaker, Honors College Forum Lecture Series
Instructor, F.A.U. Lifelong Learning Society
The Lives of the Artists, Spring 2003 term
 
2001 – 2002
 
Chair, Honors College Writing Committee
Honors College Promotion and Tenure Guidelines Committee
Subcommittee on Teaching
Honors College Faculty Assembly
Organizer, Honors College Visiting Artist Series, Andy Holtin: New Work, April 18, 2001
Set Designer and Construction Consultant, Taming of the Shrew, H.C. Theater in the Raw
Judge, 2nd Annual Honors College Student Talent Showcase
Judge, Gay-Straight Alliance Homo-coming Competition
Invited Speaker, Fall 2001 Honors College Open House
Invited Speaker, Honors College Forum Lecture Series
 
2000 – 2001
 
Secretary, Honors College Writing Committee
Subcommittee on Standards and Implementation
Honors College Economics Faculty Search Committee
Honors College Promotion and Tenure Guidelines Committee
Subcommittee on Scholarship
Honors College Mission Statement Committee
Honors College Faculty Assembly
Invited Speaker, Fall 2000 Honors College Open House
Invited Speaker, Honors College Forum Lecture Series
 
 
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
 
2017

Member, Maryland Institute College of Art Alumni Council

Member, MICA Alumni Council Careers and Networking Committee

2016
 
Member, Maryland Institute College of Art Alumni Council
 
Member, MICA Alumni Council Careers and Networking Committee
 
2015
 
Member, Maryland Institute College of Art Alumni Council
 
Member, MICA Alumni Council Careers and Networking Committee
 
Florida Representative, Board of Directors
Southeastern College Art Conference
 
2014
 
Member, External Review Team, Academic Department Review
Department of Art and Art History, Bucknell University
 
Member, Maryland Institute College of Art Alumni Council
 
Member, MICA Alumni Council Regional Initiatives Committee
 
Florida Representative, Board of Directors
Southeastern College Art Conference
 
2013
 
Member, Maryland Institute College of Art Alumni Council
 
Member MICA Alumni Council Regional Initiatives Committee
 
Florida Representative, Board of Directors
Southeastern College Art Conference
 
Member SECAC Committee on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
 
Mentor for Emerging Artist, SECAC Professional Development Mentorship Program
 
Associate Editor, FATE in Review
Foundations in Art: Theory and Education
 
2012
 
Member, Maryland Institute College of Art Alumni Council
 
Member, MICA Alumni Council Regional Initiatives Committee 
 
Florida Representative, Board of Directors
Southeastern College Art Conference
 
Member, SECAC Board of Directors Nominating Committee
 
Associate Editor, FATE in Review
Foundations in Art: Theory and Education
 
2011
 
Member, Maryland Institute College of Art Alumni Council
 
Member, MICA Alumni Council Regional Initiatives Committee 
 
Florida Representative, Board of Directors
Southeastern College Art Conference
 
Member, SECAC Board of Directors Nominating Committee
 
Associate Editor, FATE in Review
Foundations in Art: Theory and Education
 
2010
 
Florida Representative, Board of Directors
Southeastern College Art Conference
 
Member, SECAC Board of Directors Nominating Committee
 
Associate Editor, FATE in Review
Foundations in Art: Theory and Education
 
Member, FATE in Review Advisory Committee
Foundations in Art: Theory and Education
 
2009
 
Member, FATE in Review Advisory Committee
Foundations in Art: Theory and Education
 
External Reviewer for a Candidate for Tenure and Promotion
Department of Art and Art History, University of Utah
 
2008
 
Second Vice-President, F.A.U Chapter of the United Faculty of Florida
 
Regional Coordinator for Florida
Foundations in Art: Theory and Education
 
2007
 
Second Vice-President, F.A.U Chapter of the United Faculty of Florida
 
Regional Coordinator for Florida
Foundations in Art: Theory and Education

Artist-Teacher, MFA Program in Visual Art
Vermont College of Union Institute & University

2006
 
Regional Coordinator for Florida
Foundations in Art: Theory and Education

Artist-Teacher, MFA Program in Visual Art
Vermont College of Union Institute & University
 
2005
 
Regional Coordinator for Florida
Foundations in Art: Theory and Education

Artist-Teacher, MFA Program in Visual Art
Vermont College of Union Institute & University
 
2004
 
External Reviewer for a Candidate for Tenure and Promotion
Department of Art, University of West Florida
 
 
COMMUNITY SERVICE
 
2013
 
Juror, Broad Spectrum
National Association of Women Artists, Florida Chapter and
Northwood University, West Palm Beach, FL
 
2011
 
Juror, Signature Members at Living Room Theaters
The Artists' Guild of the Boca Raton Museum of Art
 
2010
 
Juror, September 2010 Juried Art Exhibition
The Artists’ Guild of the Boca Raton Museum of Art
 
Juror, Spring 2010 Juried Art Exhibition
Boca Raton Community High School and
The Artists’ Guild of the Boca Raton Museum of Art
 
2009
 
Juror, The Regional Scholastic Art Awards for Palm Beach and Martin Counties
Eg2 Gallery: Educational Gallery Group, West Palm Beach, FL
 
2008
 
Juror, Applications for advancement to the Signature level of membership 
The Artists’ Guild of the Boca Raton Museum of Art
 
2007
 
Juror, Applications for advancement to the Signature level of membership
The Artists’ Guild of the Boca Raton Museum of Art 
 
2006
 
Juror, Images: June 2006
The Artists’ Guild of the Boca Raton Museum of Art
 
Juror, Sharing a Vision of Contemporary Art
National Association of Women Artists, Florida Chapter and
The Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, FL
 
2005
 
Steering Committee Member, Palm Beach County Artists’ Association
 
2004
 
Member, 2004 Miami Art Museum Ball Committee
 
Member, NOPA/SOMA
The Cultural Consortium of North Palm Beach and South Martin Counties
 
2003
 
Facilitator, Arts and Culture Discussion Dinner
In association with the Honors College Advisory Board
 
Juror of 2D student work, Student/Faculty Exhibition
The Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, FL
 
Instructor and Expedition Leader, Field Sketching Techniques
Jupiter High School Environmental Research Field Studies Academy and
The Abacoa Partnership for Community
 
2002
 
Instructor and Expedition Leader, Art in the Greenways
The Abacoa Partnership for Community
 
Juror, Annual Art in the Capitol Competition
The Office of Congressman Mark Foley
 
Judge, Student Showcase of Films Poster Competition
Palm Beach International Film Festival

 
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

College Art Association (CAA)
Foundations in Art: Theory and Education (FATE)

Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR)
National Council of Arts Administrators (NCAA)

Southeastern College Art Conference (SECAC)
Society for Photographic Education (SPE)

United Faculty of Florida (UFF)
United States Bartenders' Guild (USBG)


TECHNICAL SKILLS

Drawing and Painting: extensive expertise in all contemporary, traditional, and historical materials and methods, including drawing-based media, watercolor and water-based media, acrylic painting and oil painting processes; special emphasis on safe and effective handling and environmentally sustainable materials and methods

Sculpture: proficient in a range of contemporary and traditional materials and methods, including wood carving, construction, carpentry, and joinery; lost-wax bronze casting; gas, arc, MIG, and TIG welding and frabrication

Digital: fluent in all applications within Microsoft Office, Google Apps; comprehensive familiarity with Adobe CC, including very good working knowledge of the applications drawing and painting students use most

LANGUAGES

French: TCF level B2 (excellent speaking and reading)


REFERENCES

Available upon request
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