Publications and Teaching Experience
Using Textile Arts and Handcrafts in Therapy With Women: Weaving Lives Back Together by Ann Futterman Collier
1000 Artisan Textiles (2010 Rockport Publishers/Quarry Books, Beverly, MA)
Mention and image of Silhouette (2009, Juror’s Choice Award winner in the FAVA AQM Exhibit) in Listings section of American Craft magazine, June-July, 2010.
Cityfolk Festival, Dayton, Ohio. Featured artist for te materia culture portion of this annual national folk music festival. July 2009.
Artist in Residence, Budapest, Hungary. Sponsored by the Hungarian Multicultural Center, September - October 2009.
Visiting Fellow, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, Spring 2009. Seminar on Writing and Art Criticism.
Fundamental Shibori Techniques. Workshop given on the Kent State University Stark campus in conjunction with a retrospective exhibit of Japanese National Treasure, Artist Itchiku Kubota, Kimono: The 20th Century Masterworks of Itchiku Kubota, at the Canton Museum of Art, Canton, Ohio.
Kent State University, Kent, Ohio. Part-time Instructor of Art and of English Composition, Fall 2004 to present.
Lorain County Community College, Elyria, Ohio. Adjunct Instructor of English Composition. Arts and Humanities Division, Fall and Spring 2003-2004.
FAVA (Firelands Association for the Visual Arts), Oberlin, Ohio. Instructor in quilting and for Oberlin's Summer in The City program 1995-1996.
Kent State University, Kent, Ohio. Graduate assistant to Anthony Manna, 1985-1986.
Langston Middle School and Prospect Elementary School, Oberlin, Ohio. Teacher of grades 3 through 8. 1987-2002.