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art educator

Carl Goldstein, American Art educator. William Bayard Cutting traveling fellow Columbia University, 1964-1965, S.H. Kress Foundation fellow, 1965, Howard Foundation fellow, 1970-1971; American Philosophical Society grantee, 1977, 82. M C.

Background

Goldstein, Carl was born on June 24, 1938 in New York City. Son of Aaron and Rose (Tannenbaum) Goldstein.

Education

Bachelor, Brooklyn College, 1960. Master of Arts, Columbia University, 1962. Doctor of Philosophy, Columbia University, 1966.

Career

Assistant professor Brown University, 1966-1971. Associate professor University North Carolina, Greensboro, 1971-1980, professor, since 1980. Visiting instructor Wheaton College, spring 1966.

Visiting associate professor University New Hampshire, Durham, summer 1973, 75. Visiting professor University North Carolina-Chapel Hill, spring 1990. Acting director Wheaton College Art Gallery, spring 1966.

Visiting curator Museum Art, Rhode Island School Design, spring 1968 and 1970. Vice president Unicorn Foundation for Advancement of Modern Poetry, Greensboro, 1974-1979. Co-chair Friends of Unicorn Press, 1974-1979.

Chair panel meeting College Art Association, Toronto, 1984. Member task force of academy planning of vice-chancellor University North Carolina, Greensboro, 1985-1987, acting head art department, 1990-1991. Grant reviewer, judge National Endowment of the Humanities, 1992, 93.

Presenter numerous conferences, seminars.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Visual Fact over Verbal Fiction, A Study of the Carracci and the Criticism, Theory, and Practice of Painting in Renaissance and Baroque Italy, 1988, Teaching Art: Academies and Schools form Vasari to Albers, 1996. Contributor chapters to books, articles to scholarly publications.

Connections

Married Alicia Creus, March 6, 1990. Children: Antonia Bess, Alexander Solomon.

father:
Aaron Goldstein

mother:
Rose (Tannenbaum) Goldstein

spouse:
Alicia Creus

children:
Alexander Solomon Goldstein

Antonia Bess Goldstein