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art educator

Alice Slattery, American art educator. Member of American Association of University Women, Screen Printers Association, Graphic Communication Guild, American Crafts Council, College Art Association, National Art Education Association, National League American Pen Women (vice president 1980-1981), National Craft Council.

Background

Slattery, Alice was born on March 15, 1945 in Chico, California, United States. Daughter of Charles William and Ruth Elizabeth (Dakin) Mauldin.

Education

Associate of Arts in Art, College San Mateo, California, 1965. Bachelor, Chico State College, 1967. Master of Arts, 1968.

Master of Fine Arts, Syracuse University, 1984.

Career

Model John Robert Powers Modeling Agency, Palo Alto, California, 1963—1965. Designer publications office Chico State College, 1966—1967. Graphic artist California State University, Chico, 1967—1973.

Art instructor Live Oak High School, California, 1969, Sitka Community College, Alaska, 1973—1981, SARAC Fine Arts Camp, Sitka, 1974—1975, Bureau Indian Affairs High School, Mount Edgecumbe, Alaska, 1977. Professor art University Alaska, Juneau, since 1981. Board dirs Baranof Arts & Crafts Association, chairman annual art show, 1976, vice president, exhibits chairman, 1977—1981.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor art exhibits to numerous art shows and museums.

Membership

Member of American Association of University Women, Screen Printers Association, Graphic Communication Guild, American Crafts Council, College Art Association, National Art Education Association, National League American Pen Women (vice president 1980-1981), National Craft Council.

Connections

father:
Charles William Mauldin

mother:
Ruth Elizabeth (Dakin) Mauldin