C A M E R O N  D A V I S                                                                                   

Senior Lecturer

University of Vermont

Department of Art and Art History

Environmental Program Affiliate

Environmental Humanities Fellow

Sustainability Fellow

304 Williams Hall, Burlington. VT. 05405

cdavis@uvm.edu

www.camerondavisstudio.com

www.camidavis.com

 

EDUCATION

1981      M.F.A. Painting, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York

1976      B.A. Studio Art, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont

 Non-degree:

2015      Schumacher College, Institute of Ecological Studies, Mind in Nature Faculty: Anna Breytenbach, Rupert Sheldrake, Shantena Sabbadini, Iain McGilchrist, Stephan Harding and                  Frances Philips

1998      Schumacher College, Institute of Ecological Studies, Inside/Outside Perception: Psychology, Ecology and Art, Faculty: James Hillman and Margot McLean

 

 EXHIBITIONS: PAINTINGS / INSTALLATIONS / COMMUNITY ART

 2016      Of Land and Local: Watershed, Shelburne Farms & Burlington City Arts, Burlington, VT, September – Jan 2017

2016      6X HOWL, BASTA Collaborative (Bridging Arts, Science, and Theory in the Anthropocene), Sixth Extinction (Kolbert) event

2015      Contemporary Voices, Fleming Museum, group exhibition, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, August 2015 – May 2016

2015      Eyes on the Land: Artists Explore Farms & Forests, in partnership with the Vermont Land Trust & Champlain Orchards, Shelburne Museum, Shelburne, VT

2015      Creative Cosmos, Art and Science, Chandler Gallery, Randolph, VT, group exhibition July – Sept 2015

2015      Solo, HINGE, Architecture and Design Studio

2014      Endless Spring, solo painting exhibition, The Sanctuary at All Souls Interfaith Gathering, Shelburne, VT

2013      Emergent Universe Oratorio premiere, composed by Sam Guarnaccia

·       SET DESIGN: Solo painting exhibition series, Endless Spring, Cameron Davis

·       TEXT Arrangement:  Recitatives Emerging Earth Community, and Transformation

·       CO-PRODUCER: Premiere Event

·       Inspired by the work of Brian Swimme and Mary Evelyn Tucker’s The Journey of the Universe

·       In collaboration with Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim of the Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology

·       In partnership with: Shelburne Farms, All Souls Interfaith Gathering, The American Teilhard Association

·       Supported by the Argosy and Puffin Foundations                                                                                                                                                                                 

2012      Mutual Gaze: Call and Response, Winooski Pop-Up Gallery District, Winooski, Vermont, June-August

2012      Turning Leaves, Book Arts Invitational, Chandler Art Museum, Randolph, VT     

2011      Beaming Bioneers, Montpelier, VT, EaarthPeace Oratorio (working title later changed to the Emergent Universe Oratorio) video set design (8min.) in  partnership with                                          cinematographer Ben Bach, satellite national live streaming  annual Bioneers conference event.

2011      Human=Landscape, Aesthetics for a Carbon Restrain Future, Burlington City Arts traveling exhibition, Chaffee Art Center, Rutland, Vermont

2011      108 Blessings - Recent work by Cameron Davis and Shelley Warren, 215 College Gallery, Burlington, VT

2011      30/30 Print Project, Flynn Gallery, Burlington, VT, invitational

2010      What Matters Most, Exit Art Underground Space NYC, Ecoart [space] NYC, 55 Mercer St., NYC

2010      Conscious Living in a Sacred World, Conference, solo paintings, All Souls Interfaith Gathering, Shelburne, Vermont, local

2009     Human=Landscape, Aesthetics of a Carbon Restrained Future Burlington City Arts Firehouse Gallery, Burlington, VT, Dear World Project, a community art,                                                               installation of small works and performance in response to the October 24, 2009, 350.org international global climate event August 14 – October 24

2009     Suddenly Visible, POL 5, Swiss-Vermont exchange, www.suddenlyvisible.org

2008     Let Ours Be a Time Remembered, a participatory performance on behalf of the atmosphere, 350VT.Org, global climate action, video documentation Ben Bach, Burlington, VT,                           USA, Art Director/Creator, community art performance

2008      Messages to Earth, Community Art Installation for Focus the Nation 2008, global climate teach-in, University of Vermont, Davis Center, VT, Art Director, community art installation

2008      Re-Covering: 26 Artists Re-Imagine 26 Books, “Secret Garden” Art About Books Gallery, Brighton Press, San Diego, CA

2007      Nature Remains: The Artist as Environmentalist, Helen Day Art Center, Stowe, VT paintings and installation Messages to Earth

2007      Waxwing Medicine and Calling Back the Devas, installation 20 drawings on sheer fabric, Jazz for Peace event, Holly Hall Bristol, VT

2007     Messages to Earth, StepItUp.org global climate action, University of Vermont public Green, Burlington, VT, w/ UVM Environmental Art students, April Earth Week, Art Director/Creator,                  community art participatory installation:

2007     Messages to Earth, Re- Energize New Hampshire, global climate action, Concord, NH, Art Director, community art participatory installation:

2007     Solo exhibition: paintings, Starry Night, and Ferrisburgh, VT. July - Aug. 

2006     Solo exhibition: A Gift for the Road, installation of 20 drawings on sheer fabric in response to The Road Less Traveled: Vermonters Walk for a Clean Energy Future,” led by author,                       Bill McKibben, Francis Colburn Gallery, University of Vermont

2006     Solo exhibition, A Gift for the Road, installation of 20 drawings on sheer fabric in response to The Road Less Traveled: Vermonters Walk for a Clean Energy Future,” led  by                                 author, Bill McKibben Francis Colburn Gallery Goddard College, Crop Circle Conference

2006     Solo exhibition installation: A Gift for the Road, From the Road Less Traveled, Vermonters walk for a Clean Energy Future - 10 installations in 10 configurations: In the maple trees at                      the Robert Frost Trail, Ripton, VT, On the Middlebury Town Green, VT, In a pasture across from the UVM Morgan Horse Farm, Weybridge, VT, in the gazebo at the Vergennes Town                       Green, VT, In the trees along route 7 at the Charlotte Berry Farm, VT, in the trees outside the Charlotte Senior Center, VT inside the Charlotte Congregational Church, VT, inside the                     Breeding Barn at Shelburne Farms, VT, in the woods at Shelburne Farms, VT, in the trees at Battery Park, Burlington, VT

2005     Co-Director/creator community arts project: Temenos Books Project: The Netherlands The Royal Tropical Museum, Amsterdam

              The Temenos Books is a community arts project co-created by Cami Davis and Sally Linder introducing over 20,000 participants from four continents to the Earth Charter, an                                international document for global ethics and sustainable development. www.earthcharter.org. The Temenos Books travel in the Ark of Hope designed and painted by Sally Linder                      www.arkofhope.org. During the Earth Charter +5 event, the Ark of Hope and Temenos Books were on exhibit at the Royal Tropical Museum after a three month tour of The                                    Netherlands where 8000 elementary and secondary students participated in the Temenos Books Project culminating in a ceremony to honor Queen Beatrix's 25 years on the                            throne. 

2005     Co-Director/creator community arts project: Temenos Books Project: India, IInternational Women's Conference, India, hosted by His Holiness Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, exhibition of The                        Ark of Hope (Sally Linder) and Temenos Books (Davis/Linder)

2005     Co-Director/creator: The Quantum Community Project; an ecological participatory event; a collage of poems, video images, veil drawings, sound images, yoga, and song                                      www. mettaearth.org, Veil installation, Cameron Davis, Poems, Gillian Kapteyn Comstock, Video, Ogion FulfoCrop Circle Conference, Goddard College, Plainfield, Vermont,                                  Oct/ Castle City Pavilion, Castle City, Utah, Sept./ Purdue University, Tippecanoe Arts Federation, Lafayette, Indiana, June/ Assisi Seminars Annual Conference, Brattleboro,                                    VT/University of Vermont, Ira Allen Chapel, Earth Week Celebration, April / Shelburne Town Hall, Shelburne, Vermont, February

2005      Wish You Were Here VI, A.I.R. Gallery, invitational 511 W 25th St, NYC, NY 10001

2004       Natural Grace; Sustainable Vision or the Art of Seeing Gracefully, Cameron Davis, Davis TeSelle, Janet Fredericks and Dona Seegers, essay, Adrian Ivakhiv, Ph.D. (UVM                                       Environmental Program), Amy E. Tarrant Gallery, Burlington, Vermont

 2004       Temenos Books Project: Vermont, co- created w/ Sally Linder Sustainable Communities Conference 2004, Burlington, VT

 2004       Art's Alive Invitational, The Gallery At Opaline, Burlington, VT

 2004       Limina; Painted Prayers for Threshold Times, Women's Center Gallery, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT

 2003      Wish You Were Here Too! A.I.R. Gallery, invitational, 511 W 25th St, NYC, NY 10001

 2003       Mentor/Student Exhibition, University of Vermont Environmental Program 30th Anniversary Celebration exhibition, Coach Barn at Shelburne Farms          

 2003       Art's Alive Invitational, Burlington VT

 2003       Solo, Christine Price Gallery, Castleton State College, Castleton, VT

 2003       Solo, Environmental Program, University of Vermont, Burlington

 2003        Solo, Allen House Gallery, University of Vermont          

 2002       Co-Director Temenos Books Project and the Ark of Hope (Sally Linder) Exhibition: World Summit on Sustainable Development, Johannesburg, South Africa 8-11-02 Industrial                                  Development Corporation - Nedcor Bldg Sandton S.A.

                 8-12-02 The Ark of Hope and Temenos Books walked from Church-Square, Pretoria to zoo.

                 8-15-02 Open exhibition of The Ark of Hope and Temenos Books, Riversands Farm, Gauteng, with Gauteng Mayor and Mayor of Johannesburg 8-16-02 The Ark of Hope and                               Temenos Books travel to 5 schools Johannesburg

                 8-18-02 The Ark of Hope, Temenos Books and Earth Charter featured: Global Footprints Family Festival.

                 8-24-02 The Children of Diepsloot (South Africa) walked the Ark of Hope and Temenos Books through their squatter camp (2 miles) to Johannesburg to the “Wings of Life” Center.

                       8-25-02 The Ark of Hope and Temenos Books walked from Ecovillage to Summit site.

                       8-26-02 T Temenos workshops in Diepsloot“ Children: Vital partners in globalization and the preservation of the Earth” - The Ark of Hope (and Temenos Books) and Children of                            Diepsloot, Sundton Conference Centre - United Nations site Exhibition Ubuntu Village

                       8-30-02 Sacred Site Earth Charter Celebration, The Ark of Hope and Temenos Books

 2002      The Temenos Books Project United Nations, New York City

 2002      The World Tree Event by Paul Winter, paintings, Breeding Barn, Shelburne Farms, VT,

 2001       Temenos Books and the Ark of Hope (Sally Linder): VT to NYC The Temenos Books inside the Ark of Hope was  walked from northern Vermont to the United Nations, NYC in                                response to Sept 11,  2001 terrorist attacks

 2001       Temenos Books Project: Vermont Artist Teachers Association, “Youth Art Month Theme” The Temenos Books, Images for Global Healing, Peace and Gratitude, Vermont State House                  Exhibit,  Montpelier - 50 VT schools participated

 2001       Co-Director For Love of Earth, A Celebration of the Earth Charter, event, co-created with Sally Linder, Shelburne Farms, VT                                             

 2001       Co-Director Temenos Books Project: Shelburne Farms, Shelburne, VT

 2000      Solo Heaven's Sabbath Fleshed (Wendall Berry), Ferrisburgh Artisans Guild, VT

 2000      Generations II, A Survey of Woman Artists at the Millennium, paintings, A.I.R. Gallery, NYC, NY,

 2000      Community, Spirit and Nature Conference Exhibition: Antioch Collage Gallery, Keene, NH

 2000      Faculty exhibition, paintings, Francis Colburn Gallery, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT

 1999       Lilith's Footprint, paintings, The Men's Room Gallery, Burlington, VT

 1997       Friends of the Gallery, paintings, The Gallery at Essex, Essex, NY

 1997       Healing Art: From the Inside Out, Trinity College Gallery, Burlington, VT

 1997       Ultimate Concerns: the Work of 12 Woman Artists, video, United Nations 4th World Conference on Women, Beijing, China: Global Focus: Women in Art and Culture; video  also a                         featured painter

 1997       The World's Women on Line, Small Works Exhibition,  United Nations 4th World Conference on Women, Beijing, China

 1997       Vermont Artists Invitational, Firehouse Gallery, Burlington, VT

 1997       August Selections The Gallery at Essex, Essex, NY

 1997       Arts Alive Firehouse Gallery, Burlington, VT

 1996       Sacred Space: Intention/Attention, paintings, Francis Colburn Gallery, University of Vermont, VT

 1995       The Gallery at The Store, Essex, NY

 1994       Solo Transformations Vermont State Craft Center, Burlington, VT,

 1994       Vermont Artists Furghott-Sourdiff Galley, Shelburne, Vermont,

 1992       Solo, paintings, Beside Myself Gallery, Arlington, VT

 1992       Diversity and Vision Blue Mountain Galley, New York, NY,

 1991        USA/Australian Exchange, Sidney, Australia

1991         Solo, Trinity College Gallery, Burlington, VT

1990        A New Wave for a New Decade; Seven Artists, Gallery Two, Woodstock, VT

1990        Solo,  Passepartout Gallery, Winooski, VT

1989        Working Drawings, University of Vermont Faculty Exhibition, Fleming Museum, Burlington, VT

1988        10 Vermont Artists SOHO 20 Gallery, New York, NY

1988        Moonlight and Angels Passepartout Gallery, Winooski, VT

1988        Solo, Passepartout Gallery, Winooski, VT

1988-95  Arts Alive Festival of Fine Arts, Burlington, VT

1987        Solo, Francis Colburn Gallery, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT

1987        Winter Art: The Magic Mirror Helen Day Art Center, Stowe, VT

1987        Vermont Studio Center New York Benefit, New York, NY

1987        Vermont Visual Artist's in the Governor's Corridor Vermont Council on the Arts touring exhibition, Governor's Corridor Gallery, Montpelier, VT, Green Mountain Power Gallery,                                  Burlington, VT, Christine Price Gallery, Castleton State College, Castleton, VT

1987        Regional Selections: Save Life on Earth, International Invitational Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT

1987        Four Artists Moonbrook Gallery, Rutland, VT

1987        Vermont Studio Center Exhibition, Colchester, VT

1986        Art Vermont '86 Helen Day Art Center, Stowe, VT,

1986        Faculty/Alumni Juried Exhibition, Fleming Museum, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT

1986        VT/NH Artists National Traveling Exhibition, Old Bergen Art Guild, Bayonne, NJ

1986        Northeast Regional Women's Caucus for Art Juried Exhibition Trinity College Gallery, Burlington, VT

1986        Open Studios Burlington, Burlington, Vermont

1986        Solo, Millhouse-Bundy Gallery, Burlington, VT

1985        Vermont Woman's Caucus for Art Juried Exhibition, Helen Day Art Center, Stowe, VT

1985        Solo, Church Street Center Gallery, Burlington, VT

1984        Solo, Living/Learning Gallery, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT

1983        Pratt Alumni Juried Exhibition Cayman Gallery, NYC, NY

1982        All New England Small Works Exhibition, Passepartout Gallery, Winooski, VT

1979-95  Stratton Arts Festival, Stratton, VT

1978        Solo, Francis Colburn Gallery, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT

1977        Banff Centre Festival of Fine Arts, Banff, Alberta, Canada

PRESENTATIONS:

CONFERENCE, SYMPOSIA and GUEST LECTURER

2016      Presenter, Language, Landscape & the Sublime, Symposium, Schumacher College, Art & Ecology MA Program, Dartington Hall, Totnes, Devon, UK, June 2016

2016      Panelist: Of Land & Local: Watershed, The Alchemy of Science, Art & Spirit, ASIG, Shelburne, VT

2016      Artist Talk, Burlington City Arts, Of Land & Local: Watershed, on “Airs, Waters, Soils (Places,)” Burlington, VT

2016      Guest Speaker, University of Vermont, Environmental Program, ENVS 001 with Amy Seidl, on “Airs, Waters, Soils (Places)”

2015      Presenter, PechuKechu Burlington, Shelburne Museum, Shelburne, VT.

2015      Panelist, The Working Land Symposium, October 10th, Shelburne Museum programming for Eyes on the Land exhibition, Shelburne, VT.

2015      Artist Talk, Eyes on the Land, and workshop (2), Nov. Shelburne Museum, Shelburne, VT.

2015      Panelist, University of Vermont, Environmental Program, "Environmental Literature, Arts, and Media," with Adrian Ivakhiv,

2015      Guest Lecturer, University of Vermont, Environmental Studies ENVS 001, , “Art, Ecology and Activism,” with Amy Seidl

2015      Guest Lecturer, Metta Earth Institute 2015, Lincoln, VT. Mettaearth.org,

 Session 1 – Metta Earth Social Change Leadership Training, Guest Lecturer, The role of creative art practices, and perceiving ecologically play in transformative social change -- Art  Activism as a catalyst for emergent possibilities.

 Session 2 – Metta Earth Permaculture, Guest Lecturer, The role of creative art practice and perceiving ecologically in transformative ecological design thinking --- with Ecoart and  “Ecovention” Art examples.

 Session 3 – Metta Earth Yoga Leadership Training, Guest Lecturer, An exploration of the nexus of creative art practices, and contemplative practices where knowing is informed by  both the inner and outer; calling forth emergent, yet to be apprehended, transformative outcomes --- with contemporary art examples. Yogic principles and their relationship to and  influence on my painting practice.

 Session 4- Metta Earth Wilderness and Ecopsychology Leadership Training, Guest Lecturer, The role of creative art practices in re-wilding our ecological perceptions, practices, lives  and leadership.

2015     Guest Speaker, University of Vermont Arts Initiative, Living/Learning, Nov.

2015      Artist Talk, Creative Cosmos, Chandler Art Gallery, Randolph, VT, August

2014      Presenter:  Artist Panel: Art and the Anthropocene,AESS, Association of Environmental Studies and Sciences Conference “Welcome to the Anthropocene,” 2014 Conference, PACE                   University, NYC, NY.

2014      Guest Panelist: University of Vermont, Rubenstein School for Natural Resources and the Environment, Media, Arts, Culture and the Environment, course with Adrian Ivakhiv, PhD. 

2013      Co-Presenter: Awakening to Transformation, Through Art, Education and  Spiritual Practice lecture series “Through Art” – On the Emergent Universe Oratorio project,                                          Composer Sam Guarnaccia, Visual Artist Cameron Davis, with Fran Stoddard, former host of Vermont Public Television’s Profile program, available on RETN TV, March 21, 2013

2013      Guest Lecturer: University of Vermont, Environmental Program, ENVS 1, Endless Spring painting series, and the Emergent Universe Oratorio

2011       Guest Lecturer: University of Vermont, Environmental Program ENVS 1, Art Activism, Dec. 11, invited

2011       Panelist: University of Vermont, Eco-feminism, on my work as an artist, invited

2011       Panelist: University of Vermont, Environmental Program Panel on Activism, “Art and Activism,” invited

2011       Panelist: AESS, Association of Environmental Studies Conference (national), Art and Science Collaborations, University of Vermont Environmental Program hosts, Field Trip                                  Leader: AESS, Art and Science Collaborations, Burlington Artist’s Studios          

2011       Goddard College Conference (national): Making, Meaning and Context: A Radical Reconsideration of Art’s Work, October 16 , ECOART: Eaarth/Peace Oratorio (working                                      title currently changed to the Emergent  Universe Oratorio), choral composition and visual set selected portion exhibited in partnership with the Beaming Bioneers Montpelier event

2011      Guest presenter/workshop facilitator: VATA Vermont Artist Teacher Association (regional), held at the University of Vermont, assisted by UVM Art Department Art Education                                 students, invited funded

2010      Guest Lecturer: University of Vermont ENVS 151 Environmental Art, invited

2009      Artist Panelist, “Suddenly Visible” POL 5 Symposium, Swiss-Vermont exchange: art in the public sphere and the effects of globalism from an art- making perspective -                                           www.suddenlyvisible.org, in partnership with Burlington City Arts, Burlington, VT invited international

2009      Panelist Environmental Art and Activism: Burlington City Arts,  Firehouse Gallery, HUMAN=LANDSCAPE, Aesthetics of a Carbon Restrained Future,  with Artist, Patrick                                           Marold, Artist-Architect John Anderson, and exhibition curator Chris Thompson, invited funded

2009     Presenter: Voices for the Environment Speaker Series, “Art and the Environment, paintings, installations and community art projects of Cami Davis” All Souls Interfaith                                          Gathering, Shelburne, VT, invited

2008     Presenter: University of Vermont Honors College Plenary Speaker Series, “Let Ours  be a Time Remembered (Earth Charter); the paintings, installations and community art                                 projects of artist Cameron Davis,” invited

2006     Presenter: Third Annual Artist's Conference, Helen Day Art Center, Stowe, Vermont, “Where it Really Happens: Studio Practice” invited

2006     Guest Lecturer: University of Vermont, Environmental Studies 1, “ A Gift for the Road,” presentation of the site-specific installation of drawings from Ripton, VT to  Burlington, VT with a                 reading from the essay, “What the Warming World Needs Now is Art, Sweet Art,” Bill McKibben, Grist e-magazine, 2005, invited

2006     Guest Lecturer: University of Vermont, Honors Society, “A Gift for the Road,” presentation on the site-specific installation of drawings from Ripton, VT to Burlington, VT with a reading                   from the essay, “What the Warming World Needs Now is Art, Sweet Art,” Bill McKibben, Grist e-magazine, 2005, invited

2006     Guest Lecturer: Earth Charter, The Ark of Hope and Temenos Books, University of Vermont: Rubenstein School of the Environmental and Natural Resources NR2  Nature and                               Culture, invited

2006     Guest Lecturer: Earth Charter, The Ark of Hope and Temenos Books, University of  Vermont: Environmental Program, College of Arts and Sciences, ENVS 2 International                                      Environmentalism

2005     Session co-facilitator, Earth Charter +5 event, The  Royal Tropical Institute, Amsterdam, The Netherlands,The Role of the Arts in Promoting the Earth Charter,” (Davis/Linder)  

2005     Presenter: Earth Charter +5 event, The Royal Tropical Institute, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. “The Quantum Community Project”  (Davis/Kapteyn Comstock ) www.mettaearth.org,                       Temenos Books Project  (Davis/Linder), and event For Love of Earth, a Celebration of the Earth Charter (Davis/Linder)

2004     Panelist: The Role of the Humanities in Environmental Studies, North East Environmental Colleges Association Conference, hosted by The Environmental Program,                                               University of Vermont, at Basin Harbor, Vergennes, VT. invited

2004     Guest Lecturer: University of Vermont, Religion and Ecology class with Stephanie Kaza, For Love of Earth, A Celebration of the Earth Charter and the Temenos Books Project

2004     Guest Lecturer: University of Vermont, Environmental Studies 2 with Saleem Ali, For Love of Earth, A Celebration of the Earth Charter and the Temenos Books Project,                   

2004     Presenter: Sustainable Communities 2004 Conference, Burlington, VT, The Role of the Arts in a Sustainable Future, The Temenos Books Project and For Love of Earth, a                                     Celebration of the Earth Charter, invited

2003     Guest Lecturer: University of Vermont, Environmental Ethics class, with Steven Bede Scharper, M.A Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Study of Religion, Associate, Institute for                                            Environmental Studies, University of Toronto, For Love of Earth, A Celebration of the Earth Charter/ The Temenos Books Project and the Ark of Hope

2003     Presenter: United States Society for Ecological Economics Symposium, Saratoga Springs, New York, Images for Global Healing; The Temenos Project and The Ark of Hope

2011      Guest Lecturer: Burlington College, Burlington, VT, Ecopsychology class, The Work of (Artist) Cameron Davis

2009     Presenter: Voices for the Environment Speaker Series, “Art and the Environment, paintings, installations and community art projects of Cami Davis” All Souls Interfaith                                           Gathering, Shelburne, VT

2006     Presenter Living the Earth Charter, a report on the Earth Charter +5 event, Amsterdam, The Netherlands and the Temenos Books (Davis/Linder) with the Ark of Hope (Linder),                             Charlotte Vermont “Sustainable Living Network”

2004     Guest Critic: Castleton State College, Vermont

2003     Keynote: Great Falls Middle School Leadership and Earth Day Celebration, Great Falls, Montana, The Temenos Project and The Ark of Hope

2002     Presenter: Saint Michaels' College Lecture Series, Colchester, VT, Ecology, Religion and Social Justice, on the Temenos Books Project and the event For Love of Earth, a                                     Celebration of the Earth Charter

2002     Presenter: Vermont Teachers Retreat on Ecology and Art, Perceiving Ecologically; The Role of the Arts in a Sustainable Future

2002     Presenter: Earth Charter Town Meeting Campaign Presentation, Hinesburg Vermont, Temenos Books Project and The Ark of Hope presentation, with Bill McKibben (End of Nature),                     Burlington Mayor Peter Clavelle & Selectperson Andrea Morgante

2002      Presenter: The Putney School Summer Program, Putney, Vermont, The Ark of Hope and the Temenos Books Project

2002      Arts Coordinator, Event Co-Creator: We the People Summit for Peace Youth and Public forums on Bill (HR2459) United Sates Department of Peace and Peace Academy, utilizing                       The Earth Charter September 28,2002, Keynotes: Congressman and Presidential Candidate Dennis Kucinich (Department of Peace), Dr. Steven C. Rockefeller, Earth Charter                             Commissioner for North America, Ira Allen Chapel, University of Vermont

2002      Presenter: Unitarian Universalist Society, Burlington, VT, The Temenos Project, Images for Global Healing, Peace and Gratitude, The   Ark of  Hope and The Earth Charter

2002      Co-Presenter: Middlebury Unitarian Universalist Society, Middlebury, VT, The Temenos Project, Images for Global Healing, Peace and Gratitude and the Earth Charter

2002      Presenter: St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral, Burlington, VT, The Temenos Books Project and The Earth Charter

2001       Co-producer: For Love of Earth, A Celebration of the Earth Charter, Shelburne Farms, VT, September 9, 2001 a day long celebration of the Earth Charter, an international                                      declaration of fundamental principles for building a just, sustainable and peaceful global society; music, art, dance and speakers: Jane Goodall, Satish Kumar, Steven C. Rockefeller,                 with music by Paul Winter, facilitated the creation of Temenos Books pages by nearly 2000 participants and the unveiling of The Ark of Hope. www.arkofhope.orgTwo UVM                             classes integrally involved in the year-long preparation for the event,  and of part of the 100 volunteers on the event day

2001      Presenter with UVM Earth Charter Senior Seminar Students: The Temenos Project, Images for Global Healing, Peace and Gratitude, Vermont Arts Alliance Annual                                                  Conference, Bread loaf Campus, Middlebury College, VT/ Vermont Art Teachers Association Conference, Montpelier, VT/ Visionary Vermont Conference, speaker UVM, Burlington,                    VT/ The Vermont Commons School, So. Burlington, VT Essex Junction High School, Essex, VT/ South Burlington Middle School, So. Burlington, VT/ Essex Elementary School, Essex,                    VT/ University of Vermont Environmental Fair/ The Radio Bean, Burlington, VT Shelburne Elementary School, Shelburne, VT/ University of Vermont Conference on Woman, Burlington,                VT/ Williston Elementary School, Williston, VT, Oct. 20/ Williston Allen Brook School, Williston, VT, Nov./ Williston Elementary School, Williston, VT, Jan/ Shelburne Middle School,                          Shelburne, VT/ University of Vermont, Kathy Marmor 2-D art class, Burlington, VT

2001      Co-Presenter: Convocation of the Invisible Universe Conference, Chelsea Press     Shelburne Farms, The Temenos Project and the Earth Charter Initiative, VT Sept 2000

2001      Presenter: Making Connections,” Sustainability in Education Conference, The Temenos Books Project, Montpelier, VT, March

2001      Presenter: Community College of Vermont The Temenos Project, Burlington, VT, February

2001      Workshop co-leader: Burlington City Arts, Community Arts Project: The Temenos Workshop, Burlington, VT. January

2001      Co-Presenter: “VT 2020” (coalition of Vermont organizations for sustainability, Temenos Project and For Love of Earth, A Celebration of the Earth Charter, Burlington, VT

2001      Presenter: “VT 2020” Temenos Project @ the University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, April

2001      Co-Facilitator: Metta Earth Institute Painting the Wild, A Women's Painting and Yoga Retreat, www.mettaearth,org

TEACHING

1988 – Present  University of Vermont - Department of Art and Art History

Arts 012 Perspectives on Making

Arts 002 TAP Drawing, Collage and Nature

Arts 121 Introduction to Painting

Arts 001 Beginning Drawing

Arts 002 Two-dimensional Studies

Arts 295 Advanced Painting

Arts 195 Painting & Issues of Ecological Perception, developed new course, cross- listed with the environmental program, exploring concepts of Ecopsychology, perception and art practice

Arts 195 Painting, Ecological Perception and Theory (title change primarily)

Arts 195 Knowing Place: The Field Journal as Aesthetic Object, developed this new course, cross listed with the Environmental Program

Arts 295 Independent Painting Senior Seminar

Arts 195 Painting From a Spiritual Center, developed this new course, exploring language of interiority and the painting process and practice (touched on Jung, theosophy and anthroposophy influence on the Abstract pioneers such as Kandinsky, Mondrian, and the construction of abstract language in painting in a studio course)

Arts 095 Abstract Expressionism Studio Seminar, developed this new course in conjunction with exhibition and lecture series UVM Fleming Museum

Arts 115 Intermediate Drawing

Arts 195 Drawing and the Natural World, developed this new course cross listed with the Environmental Program

Arts 195/Envs 195 Knowing Place; Writing, Painting and Ecological Perception, Big Bend National Park, Texas, developed this new course co-taught and co-listed with the Environmental Program 

1998 – 2013  University of Vermont Environmental Program

            ENVS 195 Environmental Art

ENVS 195 Greening Aiken: Summer Art Studio, developed new course in partnership with Burlington City Arts Exhibition: “Human=Landscape, Aesthetics of a Carbon Retrained Future,” and the Rubenstein School of the Environment and Natural Resources Aiken project to include art as a way to further understand/experience the features of the green renovation of the Aiken building

             ENVS 195 Greening Aiken: Art and Architecture Studio, co-developed new course  with Architect Diane Gayer, integrating public art “Ecoventions” into the  architectural renovation of                the UVM Rubenstein School of the Environment and Natural Resources

             ENVS 195 Place-Based Environmental Art, developed this new course

             ENVS 195 Environmental Art: Lecture Series and Studio Seminar developed new course in partnership with Burlington City Arts

ENVS 195 Art, Ecology and Community, developed new course in residence Metta Earth Institute, Essex, NY

             ENVS 195 Painting & Issues of Ecological Perception, developed new course

             ENVS 195 Drawing and the Natural World, developed this new course

             ENVS 195 Painting, Ecological Perception and Theory, developed new course

ENVS 195/Arts 195 Knowing Place; Writing, Painting and Ecological Perception, Burlington, VT And Big Bend National Park, Texas, co-developed new course w/ Ibit Wright Getchel

99-`02 Lecturer, Shelburne Farms, Shelburne, VT, and University of Vermont Summer Landscape Conservation Series:

             ENVS 195 Sense of Place: The Art and Practice of Conservation, developed new course

             ENVS 195 Knowing Place: Ecological Perception, Collage and the Imagination, developed new course

 1996 Co-Lecturer, University of Vermont College of Medicine and Continuing Education,

Art 195 Healing Art, with Winston Lewis, MD, developed & co-taught new course

TEACHING OTHER:

1995   Vermont College at Norwich University, Faculty Artist-Mentor, Master in Fine Arts in Visual Arts (MFA), Montpelier, VT, mentored two graduate students

 2003-4  Saint Michael's College, Colchester, VT, Master of Arts in Education: Adjunct       Lecturer: Special Topics: Images for Global Healing

 1995      Trinity College, Adjunct Lecturer, Burlington, VT, Painting: Spirit and Matter

 2006      Shelburne Art Center, Instructor: Painting

 2002      Billings-Rockefeller Farm and Environmental Center, Woodstock, VT,  Knowing Place: Eco Perception, Collage, and the Imagination

 1998, 1999, 2000 Putney School Summer Arts Program, Instructor, Drawing

PUBLICATIONS: PEER REVIEWED

 Seven Days, “Of Land & Local: Watershed”, http://www.sevendaysvt.com/vermont/art-review-of-land-and-local-watershed-bca-center-and-shelburne-farms-coach-barn/Content?oid=3735508

 KOSMOS Journal, “Gallery Two (Featured Artist: 8 full pages),” November 2011, paintings and installations by Cameron Davis, www.kosmosjournal.com, “The mission of Kosmos Associates, Inc. is to inform, inspire and engage individual and collective participation in a global shift of a higher-order consciousness, and in the transformation of our political, economic, cultural and social structures to reflect this shift.”

 “Earth Charter Bulletin,” For Love of Earth, A Celebration of the Earth Charter, by Cami Davis www.earthcharter.org/resources/publications/bulletin/0112.sp.pdf, essay

 Boletin “Por amor al la Tierra: Una Celebracion de la Carta de la Tierra,” por Cami Davis www.earthcharter.org/resources/publications/bulletin/00112.sp.pdf reprint

 Essay Co-Author: Toward a Sustainable World: The Earth Charter in Action, ed, Peter Blaze Corcoran, KIT Publishers, Amsterdam, In cooperation with the Earth Charter International Secretariat, San Jose, Costa Rica, “The Ark of Hope and Temenos Books,” co-author, November, 2005, Sally Linder and Cameron Davis

 Art Column: Solutions Journal, “Artist: Betsy Damon,” Cameron Davis, Issue #3, May 2010,

 PUBLICATIONS: NON-PEER REVIEWED

 Cameron Davis Paintings, Endless Spring Series, Emergent Universe Oratorio Premiere Exhibition Catalog, 2014

 “Deep Listening, the Abstractions of Painter Sally Linder,” essay, by Cameron Davis, Sally Linder exhibition catalog, Kasini House Press, April, 2010

 Essay: The Role of the Arts in Creating a Sustainable Future, “I Believe Essay: The Burlington Free Press, April 2010

 “Earth Charter Bulletin,” For Love of Earth, the Ark of Hope and the Temenos Project, www.nationalplatformjohannesburg.nl/…/download/15/Earth%20Charter%20bulletin%20December%2020 02%20.pdf

REVIEWS: 

 Seven Days, “Artists Howl for the Anthropocene,” Rachel Elizabeth Jones, September 16, 2016

 ArtScope Magazine, Interview by Alexandra Tursi, March 2016

 Seven Days, “Eyes on the Land,” Shelburne Museum, group exhibition, review by Kevin Kelley, Oct 7-14, Vol.21, No. 05, 2015 sevendays.com/art

 Vermont Land Trust, “Eyes on the Land,interview and article, by Lori Duff, August 2015

 Seven Days, Emergent Universe Oratorio, Burlington, VT, August 2013

 The San Diego Union Tribune, January 3, 2008, “Book `Em Dano Re-covery: 26 Artists Re-imagine 26 Books,” reviewgroup exhibition

 Seven Days, Nov. 07-14, 2007, Review “Nature Remains: The Artist as Environmentalist: Remains of the Day,” Marc Awodey, sevendaysvt.com/art

 The Times Argus, Visual Art Sept. 28, 2007, “Confronting Climate Change: Helen Day Artists Tackle Global Warming from Trash to Tragic,” review, group exhibition Helen Day Art Center

 The Stowe Reporter, “Art with a Message: Stowe exhibit poses tough questions about the environment,” Sept. 13, 2007, Scott Monroe, group exhibition, Helen Day Art Center

 “5 Days Across Vermont: Marching for Climate Change,” documentary film by Jan Cannon, with “Waxwing Medicine,” veil paintings installation featured by Cameron Davis, premiere Feb 26, 2007, Middlebury College, Vermont

 Seven Days, “Climate of Concern,” Eyewitness, Taking Note of Visual Vermont, by Pamela Polston, Feb. 21-28, 2007, review, group exhibition

 Natural Grace, Sustainable Vision or the Art of Seeing Gracefully, Amy E. Tarrant Gallery, Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Burlington, VT, July, 2004, Featured Artist and Curator, Essay by Adrian Ivakhiv, PhD:

 “Seven Days,” Sustaining Grace, Four Area Artists, Natural Grace, Sustainable Vision, or the Art of Seeing Gracefully Burlington, VT, July 2004, review, group exhibition artist and curator

 “Burlington Free Press,” group exhibition review, Eve Thornton, Natural Grace, Sustainable Vision or the Art of Seeing Gracefully, Amy E. Tarrant Gallery, Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Burlington, VT, July, 2004, artist and curator

 “The Sunday Rutland Herald and The Sunday Times Argus,” Going with the Flow, by Anne Galloway, exhibition review of Natural Grace, Sustainable Vision, or the Art of Seeing Gracefully, Amy E. Tarrant Gallery, Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Burlington, VT, July 25, 2004, artist and curator

 “ORION Afield,” The Ark of Hope Carrying the Earth Charter Toward United Nations, by Sally Linder www.orionsociety.org/pages/oa/index_oa.html, co-authored community art project Temenos Books featured. Linder/Davis

 “The Voice News,” Yale University, New Haven, CT, The Ark of Hope and the Temenos Books www.thevoicenews/news/2001/1116/features/ArkofHope.html, review, co-authored community art project Temenos Books featured. Linder/Davis

 An Interfaith Diary, Interfaith Center of New York, Harrington, Peggy, A Day in the Life of the Ark of Hope, December 3, 2001 www.interfaithcenter.org, review, co-author community art project Temenos Books featured, Linder/Davis

 Interfaith Center of New York Bulletin, The Ark of Hope Comes to New York …the Temenos Books www.interfaithcenter.org/Ark/arkintro.html., co-author community art project Temenos Books featured, Linder/Davis

 “Jason Houston Photographic Arts,” The Earth Charter Effort photo essay www.jasonhouston.com/earthcharter, co director-creator event For Love of Earth, a Celebration of the Earth Charter featured,  Davis/Linder

 Annals, Todd, Nancy Jack, “The Earth Charter and Lasting Security,”,Volume XIX, #3, 2001, co-author community art project Temenos Books featured, Linder/Davis

 Brattleboro Reformer, “Hope Stretches from Burlington to U.N” co-author community art Temenos Books project, October 17, 2001, Henry, Toby featured, Linder/Davis

The Herald of Randolph, “Ark of Hope is Heading to United Nations,” Cooch, Sandy,, October 4, 2001, co-author community art Temenos Books project featured, Linder/Davis

 The Earth Charter Initiative Press Room, “Ark of Hope Walk from Burlington to New York,” Hallsmith, Gwen, www.earthcharter.org, September 28, 2001, co-author community art Temenos Books project featured, Linder/Davis

 “The Times Argus, “Ark of Hope Comes to Montpelier on its Journey to United Nations, Mills, Stephen, Sept. 20, 2001, co-author community art Temenos Books project featured, Linder/Davis

 Burlington Free Press, “Ark Carries Messages of Peace,” Talbot, Toby, 9/13/2001, co-author community art Temenos Books project featured, Linder/Davis

 Orion Society Houston, “Highlights from a Celebration of the Earth Charter, “ Jason, www.orionsociety.org, 9/17/01, co-director/creator/producer event For Love of Earth, A Celebration of the Earth Charter, Linder/Davis

 “The Rutland Herald, “Crowd Rallies for Earth Charter Slayton, Tom, VPR, September 10, 2001, co-director/creator/producer event For Love of Earth, A Celebration of the Earth Charter, Davis/Linder

 The Voice, “The Ark of Hope and the Earth Charter, Canora, Denise, November 16, 2001, co-author community art Temenos Books project featured, Linder/Davis

 Times Herald Record, “Treaty to Fight Sprawl Sets Sail for Support,“ Hall, Wayne, November 10, 2001, co-author community art Temenos Books project featured, Linder/Davis

 Clearwater News and Bulletins, “Sloop Clearwater Sails the Hudson, Its Cargo a Revolutionary Global Document,” Eddy, Ellary, November 2001, co-author community art Temenos Books project featured, Linder/Davis

 “The Hartford Courant,”, “Ark in Search of a Covenant, Raycraft, Patrick, co-author community art Temenos Books project featured, Linder/Davis

 “Oasis TV Library,” Ark of Hope to Carry Earth Charter to United Nations and The Temenos Books Exhibition, co-author community art Temenos Books project featured, Linder/DavisDuring the second preparatory meeting for the World Summit on Sustainable Development www.oasistv.com/news/1-23-02-story,asp, co-author community art Temenos Books project  featured, Linder/Davis

 ARTNEWS, The Temenos Books, Images for Global Healing, Peace and Gratitude , co-author community art Temenos Books project featured, Linder/Davis

 Spirit in Nature Bulletin, report, “The Temenos Project,“ presenters Cami Davis and Janet Fredericks www.speritnnature.com/images/spincalender.pdf, co-author community art Temenos Books project featured

 Earth Charter: The People's Treaty for Vermont and the Temenos Project , co-author community art Temenos Books project featured, Linder/Davis

 Temenos Text Temenos Books Project, Images for Global Healing, Peace and Gratitude, project co-creators, Cami Davis and Sally Linder www.res.k12.vt.us/ARTClasseswork/pages/TemenosText.htm co-author community art Temenos Books project featured

 The Vermont Education Report,” March 25, 2002, Vol.2, No.13, The Temenos Project www.schoolreport.com/vbe/nlet/03_25_02.htm, co-author community art Temenos Books project featured, Davis/Linder

 The Temenos Books Project www.users.crocker.com/~afsc/news/Trapra17.htm, co-author community art Temenos Books project featured, Linder/Davis

 Vermont Academy Bulletin, report “The Ark of Hope and the Temenos Books Project” www.vermontacademy.org/news/news_detail.asp?newsdetails=3514&from=past, co-author community art Temenos Books project featured, Linder/Davis

 “ARTS Build Community,” The Temenos Books Project www.vaae.org/conference/01index.html, co-author community art Temenos Books project featured, Linder/Davis

 The Earth Charter Initiative New Publications, “Ark of Hope” (and the Temenos Project) www.copy.earthcharter.org/, co-author community art Temenos Books project featured, Linder/Davis

 Seven Days, solo paintings, Marc Awodey, June 2000, review

 Seven Days, solo paintings, by Pascal Spenglemen, March 1966, review

 Art New England, painting, Firehouse Gallery, group invitational show, 1995, review

 Burlington Free Press, solo painting by Paula Routly, “Landscapes Sublime,” 1990, review

 Catalogue, Mowing the Mountain, Vermont Woman's Caucus for Art, Burlington, VT, Cami Davis, Ayn Baldwin, Carla Hochschild and Janet Fredericks, 1990, review

 Art New England, solo painting, by Pamela Polston, 1988, review

 Vanguard Press, solo painting, Paula Routly, “Mindscapes: C.D. Bach's Paintings” (Cameron Davis-Bach), 1988, review

 Burlington Entertainment Guide, solo painting, Paula Routly, “Cosmic Soup: Paintings by Davis- Bach, 1988, review

 Burlington Free Press, article, “An Upcountry Show Goes Downtown to SOHO 20 Gallery, NY, NY, 1988, review

 ArtSpeak SOHO, review by Will Grant, “A Vast Treasure of Art Choices,” June 1988, Art New England, solo, by Elizabeth Bunsen, 1987, review

 Rutland Herald, painting review, “Moon Brook Opens Show” Feb 12, 1987, The Mountain Times, painting, “Work of Local Artists Displayed at Moonbrook,” 1987, review

 Stowe Reporter, article by Louise Von Weise, “Forty Vermont's Top Artists” meet at the Vermont Studio School, Oct. 10, 1985

 Vermont Guardian, “Art Gets EnvironMENTAL,” Shay Totten local, Jan. 26, 2007, review, www.GreenMuseum.org international,

 A Song of Fishes,” a film short by Alison Crouse, a Lazy Eye Production, 2009, paintings featured

PUBLICATIONS: ARTICLES RE: TEACHING ACTIVITIES & OTHER:

Student feature: “The View,” University of Vermont, Ark of Hope (Sally Linder) the ark's contents: community arts project, Temenos Books co-directed and created by Cameron Davis and Sally Linder, Jon Reidel, Nov '07, 2005, review

 Student feature“The View”, University of Vermont, “EnvironMENTAL: Earth-Minded Art,” public lecture series and studio seminar class, article by Jon Reidel, Feb. 2007, review

 UVM Class Exhibition Review: The View, from the University of Vermont “Earth is Taking Messages, Environmental Art Class Marks Earth Week with Exhibit on the Green,” by Lee Griffin, review

 GRANTS and AWARDS:

2015      University of Vermont Humanities Center Coor Collaborative Fellowship Award, Project: “UVM and the Environmental Humanities.,” Collaborative Fellow, $2000

 2013      Argosy Foundation Grant, Emergent Universe Oratorio premiere event: painting series, Endless Spring

 2013      Puffin Foundation Grant, Emergent Universe Oratorio premiere event: painting series, Endless Spring

                   2012-13 University of Vermont Sustainability Fellow

                  1998      Schumacher College, Institute of Ecological Studies, Devon, England, Practices in Psychology, Ecology and Art, “short course” with James Hillman and Margot McKlean,                                        academic bursary, competitive

                  1987      Jackson Pollock-Lee Krasner Foundation Grant for painting, competitive, national

                   2011      Vermont Studio Center, Artist residency

                   2009, ’89, ’86, ’85 Vermont Artist Week Painting Fellowships, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, Vermont

                   2005     Faculty Development Grant, University of Vermont Environmental Program, to attend and present at the Earth Charter +5 event, The Royal Tropical Institute,                                                             Amsterdam, The Netherlands

                  2002      Professional Development Grant, University of Vermont Environmental Program, Academic Symposium: Teaching for the Environment in Higher Education, The Promise of the                             Earth Charter, Chewonki Foundation, Wiscasset, Maine, Environmental Program, on the community art project the Temenos Books

                  1977      Banff Centre for the Arts, Banff, Alberta, Canada, artist residency juried

 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT:

 2015      UVM CAS, Fleming Museum, Object-based Learning Strategies workshop.

2015      Schumacher College, Institute of Ecological Studies, Mind in Nature (studio practice, biology and quantum physics as applied to whole systems thinking and wholistic perception)                        Faculty: Anna Breytenbach, Rupert Sheldrake, Shantena Sabbadini, Iain McGilchrist, Stephan Harding and Frances Philips

2013      UVM CAS, CTL, Writing in the Disciplines faculty workshop

1998      Schumacher College, Institute of Ecological Studies, Inside/Outside Perception: Psychology, Ecology and Art, Faculty: James Hillman and Margot McLea

AFFILIATIONS:

Vermont Clean Water Network, www.vtcleanwaternetwork.org

Ecoartnetwork.org Member: invitational international online dialogue and resource network for research in the field of Ecoart, 2010- present

 AESS, Association of Environmental Studies and Sciences, member

 WEAD Women Environmental Artists Directory, invitational member

 Founding Member, National Museum of Woman in the Arts, Washington, DC

 Member, National Caucus for Woman in the Arts, Vermont Chapter

 Co-founder, Open Studios Burlington, Burlington, VT, 1984

 SERVICE:

UVM DEPARTMENT OF ART AND ART HISTORY

2016      UVM Humanities Coor Fellowship role, Davis Center Earth Week Keynote Speaker, Artist Mary Mattingly, www.marymattingly.com

2016      UVM Department of Art & Art History, Departmental Chair Search Committee

2015      UVM Department of Art & Art History, Guest Speaker, Artist Sonja Hinrichsenwww.sonja-hinrichsen.com

 2011      UVM Department of Art & Art History Curriculum Committee

 UVM RUBENSTEIN SCHOOL OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND THE ENVIRONMENT

 2009      Co-Presenter with Diane Gayer: University of Vermont Rubenstein School of the Environment and Natural Resources, Board of Trustees, proposal to integrate two major public art works and student work into the green renovation of the Aiken Building

 2009-10 UVM Davis Center Art Committee member

2011- 2015 Board President: Metta Earth Institute for Contemplative Ecology    www.mettaearth.org,

2008-9  Advisory Committee Member: Institute for Global Sustainability, Continuing Education, University of Vermont

2007-08  Task Force Member: Leading by Design for a Sustainable and Desirable Future, University of Vermont, www.sustainability.uvm.edu

2001-2 Speaker Committee on the Environment, Institute for Spiritual Development, Trinity College, Burlington, VT

2002      Artist Consultant: Vermont Peace Academy Committee

2002      Painting Exhibition and Hanging Committee: The World Tree Event, Paul Winter Consort, Shelburne Farms, Shelburne, VT

 2011      Castleton State College, Department of Art, Assessment evaluator