Ann Levy Chernow Edit Profile
Master of Arts, New York University, 1969.
Instructor Museum Modern Art, New York City, 1966-1971. Professor, head art department Norwalk (Connecticut) Community Technology College, 1974-1996. Guest lecturer, instructor studio and art history Silvermine School Arts Silvermine College, 1968—2006.
Visiting artist, lecturer Housatonic Community College, Connecticut, 1975—1980. Guest lecturer American College in Paris, 1985, Salem State College, 1993, 94, Yale University, 1995, Westport History Society, 1994, Fairfield University, 1993, 2006. Visiting artist Civil Air Patrol program Wesleyan University, 1979.
Coordinator Bicentennial Exhibition Norwalk Community College, 1976, Yale University Art Gallery, 1996. Master drawing class The National Academy, New York City, since 2000, New York City, 2001. Visiting artist and lecturer Bryn Mawr University, 2003, Indiana University, 2003.
Visiting artist Pennsylvania Academy Fine Arts, 2004, University Indiana, 2002, Lyme Academy College, 2008—2009, Yale University Art and Learning Program, 2009.
Active Westport Arts Advisory Committee, Westport Schools Permanent Art Collection Committee. Member of New York Etchers Society, Print Club Albany, Print Club Philadelphia, Los Angeles Print Society, Boston Printmakers, California Society Printmakers, National Academy Art, National Academy Art (elected Academician Graphics), Society of America Graphic Artists (past council).
Married Philip Chenok, August 11, 1957 (divorced January 1969). Children: David Charles Chenok, Daniel Joshua Chenok. Married Burt Chernow, December 11, 1970.
Grantee Yale/Mellon, 1995. Scholar Connecticut Humanities Council, since 1980.