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artist , art educator

Chari Ann Du Mond, American artist, art educator. Art teacher, New York. Fulbright-Hays fellow United States Department Education, 1994, Institute fellow American Forum Global Education, 1997; State Education grantee New York State Department Education, Albany, 1992; Council for Basic Education grantee, 1996; Fulbright Memorial Teachers fellow, 1998.

Background

Mond, Chari Ann Du was born on August 9, 1954 in Kingston, New York, United States. Daughter of Cornelius Hasbrook and Alice Mary (Mulhare) Du Mond.

Education

Associate of Arts in Visual Arts, Ulster County Community College, Stone Ridge, New York, 1976. Bachelor magna cum laude, Plymouth State College, 1980. Master of Fine Arts, Bard College, 1985.

Career

Museum aide, Senate House Historic Site, Kingston, New York, 1980-1981; art educator, Children's Home School, Kingston, 1982-1986; art educator, Norwich (New York) City Schools, 1986-1988; art educator, Kingston City Schools, since 1988; art instructor, Ulster County Community College, Stone Ridge, New York, since 1991.

Achievements

  • Art teacher, New York.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Exhibns. Include URPF Cultural Center, Arkville, New York, 1977, Bermuda Society Artists, Hamilton, 1978, Work of Art Gallery, Saugerties, New York, 1978, Women's Studio Collective, Rosendale, New York, 1980, Muroff-Kotler Arts Gallery, Stone Ridge, New York, 1981, 96, Blum Gallery, Annandale, New York, 1985, Ulster County Cultural Center Gallery, Kingston, New York, 1985, Ulster County Arts Council, Newburg, New York, 1985, Chenango County Arts Gallery, Kingston, New York, 1988, Emily Hoystradt Gallery, Kingston, 1994, Rage Gallery, Kingston, 1995, Rondout Cultural Center, Kingston, 1997, Skies the Limit Gallery, Kingston, 1997, Listening Space, Kingston, 1998.

Membership

Volunteer American Cancer Society, Kingston, New York, since 1985. Presenter Indian arts New York State Asian Studies Conference, Binghamton, 1997, Indian Culture, New York State Art Teachers Conference, Albany, 1997. Member Earth Watch. Member National Art.

Education Association, International Society Education Through Arts, New York State Art Teachers Association (chairperson student exhibition 1992-1994, vice president 1994-1995, 95—), Ulster County Art Educators Association (president 1991-1993), Hurley Library. Association (vice president 1996-1997, trustee since 1994), Women's Studio Workshop.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: world traveling.

Connections

father:
Cornelius Hasbrook Mond

mother:
Alice Mary (Mulhare) Du Mond