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public arts director

Andrew C. Voth, American public arts director. Recipient numerous awards for paintings, since 1960.

Background

Voth, Andrew C. was born on August 4, 1947 in Akron, Ohio, United States. Son of Roland L. and Dorothy (Fynn) Voth.

Education

Bachelor, Ambassador College, 1970.

Career

Chairman art, Amb. College, Pasadena, California, 1976-1978;director galleries and fine arts, Amb. College, Pasadena, 1979;director, Pasadena Festival of Art, 1980;director, Carnegie Arts Museum, Oxnard, California, 1981-1994;cultural arts supervisor, City of Oxnard, since 1981;director, Art in Public Places, City of Oxnard, since 1988. President Pacific Art Superior vena cava syndrome, Santa Barbara, since 1987.

Reveiwer Institute Museum Superior vena cava syndrome, Washington, since 1985.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (catalog) Municipal Art Collection, 1984. Editor: Sacha Moldovan - Painter, 1990, The Pastel Landscapes of Theodore Lukits, 1991. Producer Dialogs in Creativity for the 1990's.

Membership

President Pasadena Institute Arts, 1978-1980. Vice president Pasadena Arts Council, 1979-1980. Technical advisory Ventury County Arts Commission, since 1981.

Treasurer Patrons of Cultural Arts, since 1985. Trustee Institute Human Development, Ojai, California, since 1990. Member California Association Museum (trustee 1987-1992), American Association Museum, Tower (committee member 1987-1992).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: traveling.

Connections

father:
Roland L. Voth

mother:
Dorothy (Fynn) Voth