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Visual arts educator

Carol Lee Cullar, American visual arts educator. Recipient honorable mention Salmon Run Press National Poetry Book Award, 1995. Member Academy American Poets, Texas Association Creative Writing Teachers, Texas State Teachers Association.

Background

Cullar, Carol Lee was born on July 7, 1944 in Shamrock, Texas, United States. Daughter of James Ernest and Martha Nell (Darnell) Payne.

Education

Bachelor in Fine Art, Hardin-Simmons University, Abilene, Texas, 1969. Master of Fine Arts in Crafts, Instituto Allende, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, 1971.

Career

Art instructor, Western Texas College, Snyder, Texas, 1970-1972;art instructor, Cisco (Texas) Junior College, 1972-1974;gallery manager, Johnson Galleries, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1974;art instructor, Colegio Americano, Mexico City, 1977-1979;art instructor, Eagle Pass (Texas) Indiana School District, since 1979;editor, The Maverick Press, Eagle Pass, since 1989. Director Rio Bravo Literature Arts Council, Eagle Pass, 1985-1996. Editor The Maverick Press, 1989-1996, S.W. Poets' Series, Eagle Pass, 1992-1996.

Works

Membership

Member Academy American Poets, Texas Association Creative Writing Teachers, Texas State Teachers Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: piloting small aircraft, travel, playing scrabble, baysitting grandson.

Connections

Children: Starla Robin Barrier-Reese, Thédra Jolie Cullar-Ledford.

father:
James Ernest Payne

mother:
Martha Nell (Darnell) Payne

children:
Starla Robin Barrier-Reese Cullar

Thédra Jolie Cullar-Ledford Cullar