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Morgan Lea Johnson

Morgan Lea Johnson, artist, museum educator. Grantee, United Arts Foundation, Naples Florida, 2003; Edward P. Lawson fellow, Hirshhorn Museum, 2004. Activist Planned Parenthood, Washington, since 2004; volunteer Kennestone Hospital, Marietta, Georgia, 1990—1999.


  • Johnson, Morgan Lea was born on November 1, 1975 in Orlando, Florida, United States. Daughter of Alvin Guy and Jeannette Beatty Johnson.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art Education, University Georgia, 1999. Master of Arts in Teaching in Museum Education, George Washington University, Washington, District of Columbia, 2004.


    • Educator Learning Center, Marietta, Georgia, 1995—1997. Coordinator Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, 1997—1999. Program assistant High Museum Art, Atlanta, 2000.

      Director education Von Liebig Art Center, Naples, Florida, 2000—2003. Fellow Hirshhorn Museum Sculpture Garden, Washington, 2004—2005. Educator United States Botanic Gardens, since 2004.

      Consultant Sewall-Belmont House, Washington, 2004—2005.


    • Illustrator Tranquil Space Yoga, Washington, DC, since 2004, Fit Yoga Magazine, New York, since 2004, Hip Tranquil Chick: A Guide for Life on and off the Yoga Mat. Oil on canvas, The Guitar, 1996, Memory Dean, 1999.


    Party affiliation: Independent


    Activist Planned Parenthood, Washington, since 2004. Volunteer Kennestone Hospital, Marietta, Georgia, 1990—1999.



    Painting, photography, running, hiking, botany.


    • Married Robert Norwood, November 25, 2006.
    • father: Alvin Guy
    • mother: Jeannette Beatty Johnson
    • spouse: Robert Norwood
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    Born November 1, 1975
    (age 42)
    • 1999
      University Georgia
    • 2004
      George Washington University
    • 2003
      director, education Von Liebig Art Center
      Naples, Florida, United States
    • 1995 - 1997
      Educator, Learning Center
      Marietta, Georgia, United States
    • 1997 - 1999
      coordinator, Georgia Museum of Art
      Athens, New York, United States
    • 2004 - 2005
      fellow, Hirshhorn Museum Sculpture Garden
      Washington, United States
    • 2004
      educator, United States Botanic Gardens