Cecily Barth Firestein Edit Profile
Bachelor, Adelphi University, 1953. Master of Arts, New York University, 1955. Certified in advanced study, New York University, 1958.
Certified, New York School of Interior Design, 1964.
Art teacher, consultant Union Free Schools District #24, Valley Stream, New York, 1953-1960. Printmaker Phoenix Gallery, New York City, since 1962. Interior designer Firestein Interiors, since 1964.
Instructor, lecturer Museum of the City of New York, 2001, The New School, New York City, 1979, 80. Teacher Cooper Hewitt Museum, 1980, South St. Seaport Museum, New York City, 1981—2002, 2002, Parson's School Design, New York City, 1982, University South Carolina, Columbia, 1989, Creative Center People With Cancer, New York City, 2007—2008. Freelance writer New York Daily News, Detroit News, 1977.
With Montclair State University, New Jersey, 1993, University South Carolina. Instructor, lecturer Central Park Conservancy Museum of the City of New York, 2000, Creative Center, New York City, 2008. Printmaker Pfeizer, 2005, Wahl Art Gallery, California, 2006.
Art critic Art Speak, New York City, 1983-1991, Manhattan Arts International magazine 1992-1993, Connecticut Graphic Art Center. Consultant Miami (Florida) Preservation League, 1980, Tarrytown (New York ) History Society, 1979. Instructor, lecturer Fordham University, New York, 1972, Bronx Museum History, 1974-1977, New School, 1977-1983.
Member New York Society Women Artists, National Association Women Artists (Printmaking award 2000, Elizabeth Stanton Blake award 2000), Society of America Graphic Artists, Art Students League, Women's Caucus for Art, Phoenix Gallery (president 1990-2004), Brandeis Club, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Lambda Theta.
Married Stephen Kern Firestein. Children: Conrad Elliot, Lesley Adam.