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Carrie Anne Parks Edit Profile

artist , educator

Carrie Anne Parks, American Artist, educator. Recipient purchase awards Rutger's National Works on Paper, Camden, New Jersey,1988, 7th Auburn (Alabama) Works on Paper, 1986, Clemson (South Carolina.) National Drawing and Print Exhibit, 1985, 2d place award Postive/Negative II, Johnson City, Tennessee, 1986, Merit award 22nd U. Delaware Biennial, Newark, 1985, 2d place award Great Lakes Show Lill St. Gallery, 1991.

Background

Parks, Carrie Anne was born on June 9, 1955 in Chattanooga. Daughter of James Bennet and Jane (Deloach) Parks.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia, 1976. Master of Fine Arts, Virginia Commonwealth University, 1981. Apprenticeship, Potter Sudo Takeo, Mashiko, Japan, 1978.

Career

Associate professor art, Alma (Michigan) College, since 1982.

Membership

Member American Crafts Council, National Council on Education in the Ceramic Arts, College Art Association, Michigan Potters Association, Tile Heritage Foundation.

Connections

Married Kent Bruce Kirby, August 6, 1983.

father:
James Bennet Parks

mother:
Jane (Deloach) Parks

spouse:
Kent Bruce Kirby