Adrienne Weinberger Edit Profile
Bachelor, Goucher College, Baltimore, 1970. Master of Education, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1973. Master of Arts, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, 1974.
Postgraduate, School of Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1979—1982.
Lecturer Art Institute Chicago, 1973-1975. Lecturer, docent trainer Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1978-1982. Museum educator Yale Center British Art, Yale Art Gallery, New Haven, 1984-1986.
Instructor, coordinator alumni college Albertus Magnus College, 1987-1989. Instructor Minneapolis Community College, 1989-1994. Proprietor Studio 95, Edina, Minnesota, 1995-1999, Charlottesville, Virginia, since 1999.
Panelist New England Regional Conferences, American Association Muss., Massachusetts, Connecticut, 1976-1977. Workshop leader New Haven Green Foundation, New Haven 350 Committee, 1987-1988. Founder & president Community Art Fund., 2000-2007.
Board member Service Dogs Virginia, since 2007.
Participant Edina Futures Forum, 1990. Director Edina-Woodhill Association, 1997—1998. Active State Affirmative Action Commission, 1996—1998, VCom.
Art Foundation, 2000—2007. Delegate chair, member nominating committee Democratic State Convention, St. Paul, 1994, delegate, chair Rochester, 1996, St. Cloud, 1998, delegate Norfolk, 2000, Roanoke, 2004. Active Democratic State Executive Committee, 1997—1999.
Secretary Democratic-Farmer Labor Party, Edina, Eden Prairie, 1990—1994, chair, 1994—1996, treasurer 3d Congressional District, 1996—1999. Active Democratic State Center Committee, 1994—1999, Albemarle County Democratic Committee, 2005. Advisory board gifted education services Edina Public Schools, 1993—1996.
Board directors Consortium for Advancement of Arts, 2001—2003, Leadership Charlottesville, since 2002, member leadership circuit, since 2002. Board directors Northwestern University Alumni Club, since 2003, Northwestern University Club Virginia, Service Dogs Virginia, 2007—2009, leadership Charlottesville, 2006—2008. Member American Society Appraisers (accredited senior appraiser.
Secretary Twin Cities chapter 1997-1999, president Richmond chapter 2000-2001, 3d vice president Richmond chapter 2001-2003), Charlottesville Chamber of Commerce (Ambassador Corps. 2000, legislation action committee 2000—2006, legal action committee 2000-2006), University Virginia Art Museum(volunteer board since 2003), Leadership Charlottesville Alumni Association (board directors 2006-2008), Northwestern University Alumni Club Virginia (board directors since 2003, Volunteer award 2007), Alumni Association, Service Dogs Virginia (board directors, 2008-2009).
Married Edward Herschel Egelman, March 21, 1980. Children: Serge Maurice, Liana Dora.