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Gail Elizabeth Tremblay, American art educator. Recipient Alfred E. Richards Poetry prize, University New Hampshire, 1966, Kathe Kollowitz award, Seattle Women's Caucus for Art, 2000, Governor's Art award, Washington State, 2001, President award of achievement in the Arts, National World Cube Association, 1993.

Background

Tremblay, Gail Elizabeth was born on December 15, 1945 in Buffalo. Daughter of Roland Gilbert and Leela Mae Tremblay.

Education

She received her BA in drama from the University of New Hampshire and an MFA in English from the University of Oregon, Eugene in 1969.

Career

Lecturer Nathaniel Hawthorne College, Antrim, New Hampshire, 1969—1970, University New Hampshire, Durham, 1971, Keene State College, Keene, 1971—1977. Assistant professor University Nebraska, Omaha, 1977—1980. President Indian Youth of America, 1980—2002, board directors, 1980—2000.

Member faculty The Evergreen State College, Olympia, Washington, since 1981.

Works

Membership

Board director Women's Caucas for Art, New York City, 1988—2000, president board, 1999—2000. President board director Indian Youth American, Sioux City, Iowa, since 1980. Board director Washington Commission for Humanities, Seattle, 1998—2003.

Member of College Art Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Gardening, Scrabble, flower arranging.

Connections

father:
Roland Gilbert

mother:
Leela Mae Tremblay