SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

  • Lawton Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay: Retrospectacle, 2017.
  • Wriston Galleries, Lawrence University, Appleton, Wisconsin: Cosmogony 2.0, 2014.
  • Sedge Meadow Cultural Residency, Rudolph, Wisconsin: kosmos, 2012.
  • Bohrod Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley, Menasha, Wisconsin: Enlightenment 2, 2008.
  • Museum of Wisconsin Art, West Bend, Wisconsin: Arca Arcana, 2008.
  • Watrous Gallery, Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters, Madison, Wisconsin: Surveying Desire XV: Overtures, 2006.
  • Peninsula Art School, Fish Creek, Wisconsin: Surveying Desire XIII: Observatory, 2004.
  • Cardinal Stritch University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Surveying Desire XI: Fictions, 2004.
  • Saint Cloud State University, Saint Cloud, Minnesota Surveying Desire X: Quest, 2003.
  • Elgin Community College, Elgin, Illinois: Surveying Desire VIII: Reconnaissance, 2001.
  • Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters, Madison, Wisconsin: The Pathology of the Heart, 2000.
  • Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art, Saint Joseph, Missouri: Prospect and Refuge: Surveying Desire, 1997.
  • Percent for Art permanent installation, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Architecture and Urban Planning (with Paul Emmons): Mneme XXXI: Dwelling in the Plan, 1993-1995.
  • SPACES, Cleveland, Ohio: History Painting, 1993.
  • Gastatelier Elba, Nijmegen, Netherlands: Mneme XXVII: Dolhuis [“Madhouse”], 1993.
  • Raum 1, Düsseldorf, Germany: Mneme XXV: Traum [“Dream”], 1992.
  • Walker’s Point Center for the Arts, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (with Paul Emmons): Mneme XXII:
    Block 38 Lot 10
    , 1991.
  • River Edge Galleries, Mishicot, Wisconsin: Mneme Garden, 1991.
  • J. M. Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin: Mneme XVIII: Rites of Passage, 1990.
  • Madison Art Center, Madison, Wisconsin: Mneme XIII, 1988.
  • Cape Townsend Art Workshop, Algoma, Wisconsin: Mneme Monument, 1988.
  • Lawton Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay: Mneme XII: Voices, 1988.
  • The Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters, Madison, Wisconsin: The Mneme Series, 1987.
  • Chemeketa College, Salem, Oregon: The Mneme Series, 1986.
  • Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minnesota: The Mneme Series, 1985.
  • University of Wisconsin Center-Marshfield, Marshfield, Wisconsin: Further Re:Visions, 1981.
  • University of Wisconsin Center-Waukesha, Waukesha, Wisconsin: Night Commuter, 1981.
  • Fine Arts Galleries, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Installations: Carol Emmons and Katherine King, 1980.
  • Northern State College, Aberdeen, South Dakota: Polygamy, Etcetera, 1978.

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

  • A+B Gallery, Deakin University, Victoria, Australia (collaboration with Paul Emmons): Back to the Future of Public Space: Postcards from 2020; traveling to Melbourne Testing Grounds: Media Architecture Biennale #Future, 2021.
  • Guenzel Gallery, Peninsula School of Art, Fish Creek, Wisconsin: Reply All: A Visual Thread, 2021.
  • James May Gallery, Algoma, Wisconsin: The Art of Water IV,  2020. [online]
  • Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Ossuary, 2020.
  • Lawton Gallery, University of Wisconsin Green Bay: Museum of Natural Inspiration, traveling to Kress Pavilion and Library, Egg Harbor, Wisconsin, 2019.
  • Guenzel Gallery, Peninsula Art School, Fish Creek, Wisconsin: The Future of Collage, 2019.
  • Robert Ray Gallery, Algoma, Wisconsin: The Art of Water III, 2019.
  • Hardy Gallery, Ephraim, Wisconsin: Making Marks, 2017.
  • Carlsten Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point: terrains|territories: dreams of place, 2017.
  • Washington Alexandria Architecture Center, Alexandria, Virginia:
    Ceilings and Dreams: the architecture of levity, 2017.
  • Neville Public Museum, Green Bay, Wisconsin: 72nd Art Annual, 2017.
  • Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Wisconsin: Wisconsin Triennial, 2016 -2017.
  • University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Fine Arts Galleries: Continuum 2016: Sculpture, 2016.
  • J.M. Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin: Arts/Industry: Collaboration and Revelation, 2014.
  • Woodland Pattern Gallery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Southern Graphics Council Conference, The Tabloids:
    A Portfoldio
    , 2013.
  • Charles Allis Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: The Charles Allis: 100 Years, 2011.
  • Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Madison, Wisconsin: Wisconsin Triennial, 2010.
  • Washington-Alexandria Architecture Consortium, Alexandria, Virginia: Constructing Imagination, 2010.
  • Inova Fine Arts, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee: Lutz/Emmons·Stoeveken/Copoulos-Selle, 2006.
  • Inova Fine Arts, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee: Continuum 5.0, 2006.
  • University of Wisconsin-Sheboygan: Inside Out Sculpture Festival, 2005.
  • Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters, Madison, Wisconsin: A Decade of Art, 2004.
  • Cardinal Stritch University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Paste. Nail. Weld, 2003.
  • Madison Art Center, Madison, Wisconsin: Wisconsin Triennial, 2002.
  • Exit Art, New York City, New York (unjuried): Reactions, 2002.
  • Union Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee: Continuum, 2002.
  • Cardinal Stritch University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: In My Library, 2000.
  • Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, Staten Island, New York: Elements 2000, 2000.
  • Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Beyond the Object: Art as Public Experience, 1998.
  • Philadelphia Arts Alliance, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (collaboration with Paul Emmons): ARCHItextURE, 1997.
  • Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art, St. Joseph, Missouri: Waterproof Wallet Art, 1997.
  • Foster Gallery, UW-Eau Claire & Furlong Gallery, UW-Stout: CAST in 2 Parts, 1997.
  • Madison Art Center, Madison, Wisconsin: Wisconsin Triennial, 1996.
  • University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Kenosha, Wisconsin: UW Draws, 1996.
  • Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, Illinois: Art on the Map, 1994.
  • Raum 1, Düsseldorf, Germany: Raum 1 Ausstellung, 1994.
  • Madison Art Center, Madison, Wisconsin: Wisconsin Triennial, 1993.
  • Union Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee: De-Laminations, 1993.
  • J. M. Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin: The Invention of Childhood, 1992.
  • Muranushi Lederman (independent curators), New York, New York: The 1.5 Show, 1992.
  • Gingrass Gallery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Visual Arts Award Recipients, 1992.
  • Walker’s Point Center for the Arts, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Then and Now, 1991.
  • River Edge Galleries, Mishicot, Wisconsin: Annual Exhibition, 1991.
  • Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, traveling to Oklahoma City (Oklahoma) Art Museum and the Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas: Word as Image: American Art 1960-1990, 1990.
  • Madison Art Center, Madison, Wisconsin: A Decade Downtown, 1990.
  • Larson Gallery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Reflections on Light, 1990.
  • Madison Art Center, Madison, Wisconsin: Wisconsin Triennial, 1990.
  • River Edge Galleries, Mishicot, Wisconsin: Annual Exhibition, 1990.
  • Carnegie Arts Center, Covington, Kentucky/Cincinnati, Ohio: All Over the Map, 1989.
  • Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Wisconsin Sculpture: Look to the 1990s, 1989.
  • River Edge Galleries, Mishicot, Wisconsin: Annual Exhibition, 1989.
  • Sarratt Gallery, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee: Eight for Eighty-Eight: A Survey of Contemporary Sculpture, 1988.
  • Tangeman Fine Arts Gallery, University of Cincinnati, Ohio: Directly on the Wall, 1987.
  • Fine Arts Galleries, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
    Alumni Exhibition
    (1st and 3rd “Exceptional Achievement” awards, selected by Neal Benezra,
    Curator, Art Institute of Chicago), 1987.
  • Carlsten Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point: Wisconsin ’87, 1987.
  • Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin: Beloit and Vicinity Show, 1987.
  • Madison Art Center, Madison, Wisconsin: Wisconsin Triennial, 1987.
  • J. M. Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin: Shrines and Altars, 1986.
  • Carlsten Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point: Back to the Point: Emmons·Leary·Rupsch, 1986.
  • Carlsten Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point: Wisconsin ’86 (1st place award, selected by Richard Koshalek, Director, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles), 1986.
  • Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Technology in Art, 1985.
  • Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Ana, California: Between the Worlds, 1985.
  • Coffman Galleries, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis: Technology in a Human(e) Society, 1985.
  • University Art Museum, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee: Celebration 100: A Century of Alumni Art, 1985.
  • Carlsten Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point: Wisconsin ’85 (honorable mention award selected by Elizabeth Armstrong, Assistant Curator, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota), 1985.
  • Madison Art Center, Madison, Wisconsin: Wisconsin Biennial, 1984.
  • Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Six Sculptors, 1984.
  • Carlsten Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point: Alumni Exhibition, 1984.
  • Carlsten Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point: Wisconsin ’84 (3rd place award selected by Lynn Gumpert, Curator, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York City), 1984.
  • Carlsten Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point: Wisconsin ’83 II, 1983.
  • Triton Museum of Art, Santa Clara, California: Outdoor Sculpture, 1982.
  • Carlsten Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point: Wisconsin ’81, 1981.
  • Gallery Sight 225, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Sight 225 Invitational, 1980.
  • Park West Redevelopment Area, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Earthworkshop, 1980.
  • University of Wisconsin Center-Waukesha: Waukesha National Print and Drawing Show, 1979.
  • Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin: Beloit and Vicinity Show, 1979.
  • Union Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee: Union Art Gallery Competition, 1979.
  • Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois: Part Two by Two, 1979.
  • Plains Art Museum, Moorhead, Minnesota: 19th Red River Annual, 1978.
  • Carlsten Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point: Packages ’78, 1978.
  • First Wisconsin Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Wisconsin Women in the Arts Annual Exhibition
    (juror’s award), 1978.
  • Carlsten Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point: Wisconsin ’78, 1978.
  • Union Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee: Mid-Midwest Sculpture, 1978.
  • West Bend Gallery of Fine Arts, West Bend, Wisconsin: Wisconsin Men & Women in the Arts ’77, 1977.
  • Carlsten Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point: Wisconsin ’77, 1977.
  • Madison Art Center, Madison, Wisconsin: Wisconsin Women in the Arts Annual Exhibition (juror’s award), 1977.
  • Broadway Galleries, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Broadway International Post Card and Mail Art Exhibition, 1977.
  • Carlsten Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point: Packages ’77, 1977.
  • Broadway Galleries, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Alvin·Emmons·Palmer·Scott, 1977.
  • Scottsdale Center for the Arts, Scottsdale, Arizona: Arizona National, 1976.
  • Carlsten Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point: Wisconsin ’76, 1976.
  • West Bend Gallery of Fine Arts, West Bend, Wisconsin: Women in the Arts ’76, 1976.
  • Cooperstown Art Association, Cooperstown, New York: 41st National Art Exhibition, 1976.
  • Union Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee: Room of One’s Own:
    Baumann · Emmons · Lindert · Rivard
    , 1976.
  • Carlsten Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point: Return Engagement: Emmons·Leary·Rudd, 1976.
  • Lakewood College, White Bear Lake, Minnesota: Northern Lights ’75 (3rd place sculpture award selected by Suzanne Kohn of Suzanne Kohn Galleries, St. Paul, Minnesota), 1975.
  • Foster Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire: A Year of the Woman Exhibition, 1975.
  • Carlsten Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point: Wisconsin ’75, 1975.

SELECTED PERFORMANCE ART AND THEATRE DESIGN

  • Walker’s Point Center for the Arts, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Yesterday’s Recital/Tomorrow’s Rehearsal, performance piece with choreographer Linda Caldwell, 1991.
  • Dance Alabama, University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa), Linda Caldwell, choreographer: Yesterday’s Recital…Tomorrow’s Rehearsal projections, 1990.
  • Performance Art Festival, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay: Yesterday’s Recital, performance work with choreographer Linda Caldwell, 1990.
  • New Music Ensemble, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Terry O’Grady, director: Mneme set, slide projections and concept design, 1988.
  • Dance Theatre, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Linda Caldwell, choreographer:
    So Long set/prop design, 1987.
  • Dance Theatre, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Linda Caldwell, choreographer: Acrobatic Choirs and One More Kiss neon set design and fabrication,1985.
  • Dance Theatre, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Susan Hughes Gingrasso, choreographer: Mind Imagery set and costume design, and set fabrication, 1976.
  • Dance Theatre, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Susan Hughes Gingrasso, choreographer: The Oldest Art set design, 1975.

RESIDENCIES

  • J. M. Kohler Arts Center/Kohler Co., Kohler, Wisconsin Arts/Industry, March 25-June 29, 2012.
  • Ragdale, Lake Forest, Illinois; January 5-18, 2012.
  • Sedge Meadow Cultural Residency, Rudolph, Wisconsin; September 2011-May 2012.
  • Elba Gastatelier, Nijmegen, Netherlands; June-July, 1993.
  • Center for 20th Century Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Fellow, 1991-1992.
  • Cape Townsend Art Workshop, Algoma, Wisconsin; July 1988.
  • Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minnesota; 11/5-11/12/1985.
  • Northern State College, Aberdeen, South Dakota; 10/27-10/31/1978.

SELECTED GRANTS AND AWARDS

  • Dane County Cultural Affairs Commission Grant to Wisconsin Academy for Overtures, 2006.
  • University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Continuum commission finalist (1 of 3), 2006.
  • University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Frankenthal Professorship, 2000-2005.
  • Wisconsin Arts Board Travel Fund Grant, 1998.
  • Wisconsin Arts Board Percent for Art Commission; University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Architecture and Urban Planning (with Paul Emmons, 1994.
  • Wisconsin Arts Board Sculpture Fellowship (selected by Frances Kelly, Curator, American Crafts Museum, NYC; Hung Liu, Mills College, Oakland, CA; Stephen Luecking, DePaul University, Chicago), 1991.
  • Wisconsin Arts Board Inter-Arts Fellowship (selected by Judy Moran, San Francisco; Alexs Pate, Minneapolis; Steve Busa, Minneapolis), 1990.
  • Wisconsin Arts Board Individual Project Grant, 1988.
  • Wisconsin Arts Board Visual Arts Fellowship Honorable Mention; 1986.
  • Wisconsin Humanities Council Grant for Devices exhibition (as curator/project director), 1983.
  • Wisconsin Arts Board Grant for Devices exhibition (as curator/project director), 1983.

SELECTED PROFESSIONAL PAPERS & PRESENTATIONS

  • “Five Difficult Pieces: You Call That Art?” Lecture on Guild Hall: An Adventure in the Arts, Trout Museum of Art, Appleton, Wisconsin; 3/16/2019.
  • “The Museum as Para-Site.” Presenter, College Art Association Annual Conference, New York, New York; 2015.
  • “Chewing on Words: Reconsidering Text in its Materiality.” Session co-chair (with Paul Emmons) and presenter, College Art Association Annual Conference, Los Angeles, California; 2012.
  • “The Charles Allis: 100 Years” panel discussion, Charles Allis Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; 2/4/2011.
  • “Space and Place.” Co-presenter on “The Charles Allis: 100 Years” Charles Allis Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; 10/6/2011. 
  • “Wisconsin Triennial.” Presenter/panel discussion, Madison Museum of Contemporary Art at Neville Museum, Green Bay, Wisconsin; 2010.
  • “Women Respond to Environment”, Presenter, Women’s Studies Conference, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay; 4/4/2008.
  • “Censorship: The Axis of Evil.” Presenter, Open Forum, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay; 9/16/2005.
  • “Diagramming Art/The Art of Diagrams.” Panel co-chair and Presenter, College Art Association Conference, Seattle, Washington; 2/19/2004.
  • “The Creative Process.” Workshop presentation for the Medical College of Wisconsin continuing education program; Egg Harbor, Wisconsin; 8/1/2002.
  • “Getting from A to B.” Presenter, the College Art Association Annual Conference, New York, NY; 2/26/2000.
  • “Speaking the Language: Working with Architectural Drawings.” Presenter, Wisconsin Arts Board/Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design “Beyond the Object: Public Art” conference; 10/16/1998.
  • “Prologue to Surveying Desire: The Apparatus of Loneliness.” Presenter, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Faculty Research Series; 4/3/1997.
  • “Physical Nature: Form and Meaning.” Panelist at the Madison (Wisconsin) Art Center in conjunction with the Wisconsin Triennial exhibition; 9/20/1996.
  • “Women Artists in Later Life: A Dialogue Where Art and Psychology Meet.” (with co-authors Dean Rodeheaver and Karen Powers). Presenter, the “Creative Edge” Conference, Neville Public Museum, Green Bay, Wisconsin; 2/2/1996.
  • “Word as Image/Text as Voice.” Presenter, Kean University, Union, New Jersey; 2/17/1994.
  • “Word as Image/Text as Voice.” Presenter, the College Art Association Annual Conference, New York, New York; 2/18/94.
  • “Re:Siting Memory.” Keynote address, Wisconsin Art Education Association Fall Conference,
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin; 1994.
  • “Social Histories*Personal Realities.” Panelist at the Madison Art Center; 11/12/1993.
  • “Artistic Identity and Creativity Across the Adult Life Course.” Poster session by co-author Dean Rodeheaver at the Annual Meetings of the Gerontological Society of America, New Orleans, LA; 11/1993.
  • “The Mneme Series: Ways of Knowing Home.” Presenter, the University of Wisconsin Women’s Studies Conference (“Women’s Ways of Knowing”), University of Wisconsin Green Bay; 10/2/1992.
  • “Mneme Theme: A Reverie.” Lecture at the Center for 20th Century Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; 5/1/1992.
  • “Looking Backward: Memory, Culture, and Recent Art.” Panel organized and paper presented at the Mid-America College Art Association Annual Conference, Madison, Wisconsin; 10/18/1991.
  • “Creating in Context: Installation Art in Museums.” Presentation at the American Association of Museums Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado; 5/22/1991.
  • “Photographs That Lie: Contrived and Altered Images.” Panel organized and paper presented at the Midwest Society for Photographic Education Conference, Green Bay, Wisconsin; 10/5/1990.
  • “Time, Memory, and Self.” Chancellor’s Colloquium on Research, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay; 3/7/1990.
  • “Time, Memory, and Self.” Presenter, the Mid-America College Art Association Annual Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio; 11/1/1989.
  • “Issues in Presentation: Alternatives to the Object.” Panel organized and paper presented at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design; 10/20/1989.
  • “Creativity and Technology.” Presentation at “Interactivity” (conference co-sponsored by the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Madison Civic Center), Madison, Wisconsin; 4/16/1989.
  • “New Art Forms.” Presentation/Seminar Leader for the Wisconsin Art Education Association Conference, Green Bay; 4/29/1988.
  • “Environmental Art and Heroism.” Presenter, the Mid-America College Art Association Annual Conference, Kansas City, Missouri; 10/28/1988.
  • “Sculpture: A Metaphysical View.” Presenter, the Mid-America College Art Association Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; 10/17/1981.

SELECTED VISITING ARTIST/LECTURES

  • Juror’s talk, 47th Annual Juried Student Exhibition; University of Wisconsin-Green Bay; 11/14/2019.
  • Gallery discussion on The Future of Collage; Guenzel Gallery, Peninsula School of Art, Fish Creek, Wisconsin; 8/16/2019.
  • Jurors’ Panel 39th Annual Secura Fine Arts Exhibition; Trout Museum of Art, Appleton, Wisconsin; 5/11/2019.
  • Lecture, “Five Difficult Pieces Redux: You Call That Art?” on 39th Annual Secura Fine Arts Exhibition; talk for staff of Trout Museum of Art, Appleton, Wisconsin; 5/21/19.
  • Gallery talk on Lutz/Emmons & Stoeveken/Copoulos-Selle; UW-Milwaukee 10/20/2006.
  • Gallery talk on Overtures; Watrous Gallery, Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters; 12/15/2006.
  • “Site-specificity.” University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (3D Design) teaching presentation as part of Continuum competition and critiques of student work in progress; 4/5/2006.
  • Gallery talk on Surveying Desire: Observatory, Guenzel Gallery, Peninsula Art School, Fish Creek, WI; 8/11/2004.
  • Gallery talk on Surveying Desire XII: Fictions, Cardinal Stritch University, Milwaukee, WI; 2/15/2004.
  • Visiting Artist, St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, Minnesota; 9/25/2003.
  • Interdisciplinary gallery discussion on Terra Firma I, Lawton Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay; 2/13/2003.
  • Gallery talk on The Index of Desire, Cardinal Stritch University, Milwaukee, WI; 9/7/2001.
  • Presenter, “An Evening of Creative Voices in Art, Fiction, and Theater,” (for the Friends of the Cofrin Library), University of Wisconsin-Green Bay; 11/3/1999.
  • “Installation Art.” Visiting Artist, University of Wisconsin-Madison; 9/20/1996.
  • “Re:Siting Memory [The Art of the Mneme Series].” Keynote address, Wisconsin Art Education Association Fall Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; 10/27/1994.
  • “Projections/Installation.” Visiting Artist, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; 3/31/1992.
  • Visiting Artist (Art Survey), University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; 11/11/1991.
  • Visiting Artist, University of North Carolina-Greensboro; 3/14/1991.
  • Gallery talk on Mneme XVIII: Rites of Passage, J.M. Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI; 1/20/1990.
  • Presentation on Mneme XIII, Madison Art Center, Madison, WI; 1/22/1989.
  • Visiting Artist (Senior Seminar), Minneapolis College of Art and Design; 4/28/1989.
  • Presentation on Mneme XIV, University of Wisconsin Center-Marshfield; 2/27/1989.
  • Visiting Artist, Summer Art Studio, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay; 6/21/1988.
  • Gallery talk on Mneme XII, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay; 3/2/1988.
  • Visiting Artist, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee; 2/15/1988.
  • Visiting Artist, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater; 4/15/1988.
  • Miniworkshop (outdoor installations); lecture, Cape Townsend Art Workshop, Algoma, Wisconsin;
    7/20-7/21/1988.
  • Slide lecture, University of Wisconsin Center-Marshfield; 5/4/1987.
  • Visiting Artist, University of Wisconsin-Madison; 4/23/1987.
  • Visiting Artist, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point (2 lectures, Dance History); 5/6, 5/8/1986.
  • Visiting Artist (Sculpture), University of Wisconsin-Madison; 7/24/1986.
  • Visiting Artist, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point; 9/17/1986.
  • Visiting Artist, Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minnesota; 11/ 12/1985.
  • Visiting Artist, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire; 10/10/1985.
  • Slide lecture on Mneme VI: Friends of the Family, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis; 3/13/1985.
  • Visiting Artist, Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design; 4/5/1984.
  • Visiting Artist, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point (Senior Seminar); 10/5/1983.
  • Visiting Artist, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point (Senior Seminar); 3/31/1982.
  • Visiting Artist, University of Wisconsin Center-Waukesha; 9/28/1981.
  • Visiting Artist, University of Wisconsin Center-Marshfield; 4/28/1981.
  • Visiting Artist, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point (Student Art League); 4/21/1981.
  • Visiting Artist, Northern State College, Aberdeen, South Dakota; 10/31/1978.

SELECTED PUBLISHED WORKS

  • Books published as artist/co-designer

    • Emmons, Carol and Paul Emmons (with graphic production by Christine Style). Mneme XXXI: Dwelling in the Plan. Milwaukee, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. 1995.
    • Lessing, Karen. Spaces of Sleep in Midsummer. Markesan, Wisconsin: Pentagram Press (with Michael Tarachow). 1982.
    • Ott, Gil. Maize. Markesan, Wisconsin: Pentagram Press (with Michael Tarachow). 1980.
    • Tarachow, Michael. Interlude. Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Pentagram Press (with Michael Tarachow). 1979.
  • Book chapter, co-author

    • Rodeheaver, Dean, Carol Emmons, and Karen Powers. “Context and identity in women’s late-life creativity.” In C. Adams-Price (ed.), Creativity and Successful Aging. New York: Springer, 1998.
  • Artist pages

    • Mneme. Art Journal (New York, New York). Spring 1995, pp. 10-11 (with Carol Polacek).
    • Mneme Pages. Art Muscle (Milwaukee, Wisconsin). 5-6/1990, pp. 23-24.
  • Video

    • Devices: An Exhibition of Technological Art. Video catalog/program. Broadcast on WHRM-TV(PBS; Wausau, Wisconsin), 6/1/1984 (Linda Baldwin, producer).
  • Guest editor

    • Art Muscle. 4-6/9192, including an introduction.
  • Feature Articles

    • “Contemporary American Women Artists.” Fine Arts Today. (Hanoi, Vietnam.) 7/2002, pp. 20 – 25.
    • “American Installation Art.” Fine Arts Today. (Hanoi, Vietnam.)  8/2001, pp. 27 – 30.
    • “Passing Thoughts on the  Vietnam Wall Experience.” Art Muscle (Milwaukee, WI). 4-6/1992, pp. 19-21.
  • Exhibition reviews

    • Made to Order at the Trout Museum of Art.” fsm (Appleton, Wisconsin) v1 #5 Sept. 2020, pp. 10-11.
    • “Road Trip SHEBOYGAN: Good Road to Follow.” fsm (Appleton, Wisconsin) v1 #3 July 2020 p. 10.
    • “Road Trip CHICAGO: The Allure of Matter.” fsm (Appleton, Wisconsin) v1 #2 March 2020, p. 10.
    • “Discursive Dress.” New Art Examiner (Chicago, Illinois). 10/1994, p. 44.
    • “Lorie Novak.” New Art Examiner. 4/1991, pp. 38-39.
    • “Margot Starr Kernan/Listening: A Video Novel in 3 Parts.” Art Muscle (Milwaukee, WI). 9-11/1990, p. 9.
    • “Regarding Art: Artworks About Art.” New Art Examiner. 10/1990, p. 46.
    • “From Impulse to Obsession.” Artpaper (Minneapolis, Minnesota). 2/1990, p. 17.
    • “Surface Appearances: The Painted Photograph.” Art Muscle. 1-3/1990, p. 10.
    • “Leslie Bellavance at Woodland Pattern.” Artpaper. 11/1989, p. 18.
    • “Drawing 1989.” Art Muscle. 11/1989-1/1990, p. 10.
    • “New Glass.” New Art Examiner. 11/1984, pp. 67-68.
    • “Hagen, Lutz, Merline.” New Art Examiner. 2/1984, p. 22.
    • “Wisconsin ‘83 I.” New Art Examiner. Summer 1983, p. 21.
    • “Remains To Be Seen.” New Art Examiner. 6/1983, p. 20.
    • “Wegman’s World.” New Art Examiner. 2/1983, p. 22.
    • “Clement, Fisher, Onofrio.” New Art Examiner. 5/1982, p. 21.
    • “Other Realities.” New Art Examiner. 3/1982, p. 18.
  • Exhibition essays

    • “Alpha > Omega: The Limner and the Liminal” in Christine Style Retrospective: A Passion for Prints & Drawings. Lawton Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay; 2020 pp. 32-39.
    • “Art & Text.” Wriston Galleries, Lawrence University (with Leslie Walfish); 2013.
    • “Carol Emmons on Frank Lutz.”  Continuum. Milwaukee: Peck School of the Arts/University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2006; n.p.
    • “Leslie Bellavance: Common Knowledge.” University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Lawton Gallery; 2/1990.
    • “Bruce Charlesworth.” UW-Stevens Point Carlsten Gallery; 11/1986 (with Mark J. Spencer).
    • “Options: Gloria DeFilipps Brush & Thomas C. Uebelherr.” UW-Stevens Point Carlsten Gallery; 7/1986 (with Mark J. Spencer).
    • “Devices: An Exhibition of Technological Art.” UW-Stevens Point Carlsten Gallery; 9/1983.
    • “Joseph Beuys.” University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Fine Arts Galleries; 3/1980.
    • “Video Art.” University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Fine Arts Galleries; 9/1979.
    • “Leslie Lerner/Mark Fishman.” University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Fine Arts Galleries; 9/1979.
    • “William Wegman.” University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Fine Arts Galleries; 9/1979.

CURATORSHIP

  • Exhibitions curated and designed
    • Art & Text; Wriston Galleries, Lawrence University (with Leslie Walfish); 2013.
    • Leslie Bellavance: Common Knowledge;  Lawton Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay; 1990.
    • Bruce Charlesworth; Carlsten Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point (with Mark J. Spencer); 1986.
    • Options: Gloria DeFilipps Brush & Thomas C. Uebelherr; Carlsten Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point (with Mark J. Spencer); 1986.
    • Devices: An Exhibition of Technological Art; Carlsten Gallery, UW-Stevens Point; 1983.
    • Twelve Milwaukee Artists: A Survey of Two-Dimensional Media; UW Center-Medford; 1981.
    • The Art of Small Press Printing; University of Wisconsin Center-Medford; 1981.
    • Outdoor Environmental Sculpture; University of Wisconsin Center-Medford; 1981.
    • Medford in the 19th and 20th Centuries: A Photographic Exhibition; UW Center-Medford; 1980.
    • The Rock (Medford area artists); University of Wisconsin Center-Medford; 1980.
    • William Wegman: Photographs, Drawings and Video Works; UW-Milwaukee Fine Arts Galleries; 1979.
    • Distance in Structural Measure: Lakes and Oceans (Leslie Lerner and Mark Fishman); University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Fine Arts Galleries; 1979.
    • University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Video and Performance Artists; University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Fine Arts Galleries; 1979.
    • Exhibitions of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee permanent collection and recent acquisitions.
  • Curatorial assistant/installation designer

    • Director’s Choice; University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Fine Arts Galleries; 1980.
    • Joseph Beuys; University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Fine Arts Galleries; 1980.
    • German Expressionism from Milwaukee Collections; UW-Milwaukee Fine Arts Galleries; 1979.
    • Pictorialism and Its Tradition; University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Fine Arts Galleries; 1978.
    • The Transformative Vision; University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Fine Arts Galleries; 1978.
    • Photograms; University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Fine Arts Galleries; 1978.
    • Numerous exhibitions of University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee faculty and student work.
  • Juror

    • Wolf River Art League 50th Anniversary Art Show; New London, Wisconsin; February 2020.
    • 47th Annual Juried Student Exhibition, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay; 11/7/2019.
    • 39th Annual Secura Fine Arts Exhibition; Trout Museum of Art, Appleton, Wisconsin; March 2019.
    • University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Student Exhibition; 12/2/2016.
    • James Watrous Gallery, Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, Madison, Wisconsin; member of jury panel for selection of artists for two years of exhibitions; 2/28/2008.
    • 40 x 40 in all its dimensions; Peninsula Art School, Fish Creek, WI; April 2005.
    • Visions III; Riverfront Arts Center, Stevens Point, WI; June 2001.
    • 22nd Juried Annual; Miller Art Center, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin; September 1997.
    • Six Counties: A Regional Survey; J. M. Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin; January 1994.
    • International Tattoo Contest; Green Bay, Wisconsin; September 1992.
    • Illinois Arts Council Fellowship Awards; Chicago, Illinois; October 1991.
    • University of North Carolina-Greensboro Student Exhibition; March 1991.
    • International Tattoo Contest; Green Bay, Wisconsin; September 1991.
    • University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Student Exhibition; March 1990.
    • Artstreet; Northeastern Wisconsin Arts Council; Green Bay, Wisconsin; August 1988.
    • University of Wisconsin Center-Marshfield Student Exhibition; May 1987.
    • Neon Art Competition; Northern Wisconsin Neon Workshop, Antigo, Wisconsin; July 1985.
    • Women Creating; Portage County Public Library, Stevens Point, Wisconsin; November 1983.
    • University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Student Exhibition; April 1981.

EDUCATION

  • M.F.A., Art (Painting and Sculpture); University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; 1980.
  • B.F.A., Art (Drawing and Painting); University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; 1977.
  • B.S., Art, Philosophy; University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point (graduated with highest honors); 1975.

POSITION

  • Professor Emerita, Art & Design, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.