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Jacqueline Ann Clipsham, American artist. Fellowship Rutgers Center, 2000; Recipient awards for ceramics and sculpture Butler Institute American Art, 1963, 64, 65, national merit award for ceramics Museum Contemporary Crafts, 1966; New York State Council Arts grantee, 1982-1983.

Background

Clipsham, Jacqueline Ann was born on July 27, 1936 in Hertfordshire, England. (parents American citizens), July 27, 1936. Daughter of George Frederick and Helene Lucille (Lees) Clipsham.

Education

Bachelor, Carleton College, 1958. Postgraduate, Universita per Stranieri, Perugia, Italy, 1959. Master of Arts, Western Reserve University, 1962.

Career

Member Clay Art Center, Port Chester, New York, 1963-1966. Director ceramics program and art workshop Congress of Racial Equality Community Center, Sumter, South Carolina, 1965. Member faculty Brooklyn Museum Art School, 1968-1979, Essex.

County College, Newark, 1979-1980. Member Atlantic Gallery, New York City, 1974-1983. Member crafts task force National Endowment for Arts, 1980.

Culpeper Foundation project coordinator, department community education Metropolitan Museum Art, New York City, 1981-1982. Member grants panel for crafts New Jersey State Council Arts, 1982. Visiting artist, Dayton Hudson, 1987.

Instructor Carleton College, N. Field, Minnesota, 1987.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One-woman show: Willoughby (Ohio) Fine Arts Center, 1982, Hunterdon Museum Art, 2001. Works exhibited: Mid-Atlantic States Arts Foundation, 1987, Schwab Rehabilitation Institute, Chicago, 1987, Cleveland Museum, Brooklyn Museum, Museum Contemporary Crafts, New York City, Butler Institute Art, Youngstown, Ohio, Hunterdon Museum Art, Clinton, New Jersey, Greenwich House Pottery, New York City, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, Atlantic Gallery, New York City, 1980, Webster College, St. Louis, 1981, Clay Art Center, Sound Shore Gallery, Port Chester, New York, 1983, Gemans Van Eck Gallery, New York City, 1983, Thorpe Intermedia Gallery, Sparkill, New York, 1984, New York Public Library, 1984, Fellowship Recipients, 2000. Work loaned to Department Academy Affairs, Metropolitan Museum Art, 1978.

      Consultant department American art Metropolitan Museum Art, New York City. Represented in permanent collections: Cleveland Museum Art, Johnson & Johnson Corporation Collection, New Brunswick, New Jersey, Museum Modern Art, New York City, New York, Carnegie Museum, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, New Jersey, Zimmerli Museum, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, Newark (New Jersey) Public Library., Hunterdon Museum, Clinton, New Jersey, Noyes Museum, Oceanville, New Jersey, Institute for Jazz Studies Library.

      Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey, Alexander Library., Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey Featured in Women Artists' Book, Women's Caucus for Art Exhibition, 1982, Artists' Books, From the Traditional to the Avant Garde, 1982, Hunterdon County Notable Women, 2006, also government publication on employment of disabled. Reviewer National Education Association accessibility guidelines.

      Artist in residence Baltimore (Maryland) Clayworks.

Membership

Member College Art Association, American Crafts Council, Women's Caucus for Art (chair panel National Conference), Images of Disabled People in Western Art), Alumni Association Cleveland Institute Art.

Connections

father:
George Frederick Clipsham

mother:
Helene Lucille (Lees) Clipsham