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artist , educator

Jill Rose Slosburg-Ackerman, American artist, educator. Founder, member Boston Women's Action Coalition; board directors Cambridge (Massachusetts) Multi-Cultural Center, Gallery at Green St., 1993—2006.

Background

Slosburg-Ackerman, Jill Rose was born on August 28, 1948 in Omaha. Daughter of Harold Walter and Marion (Gill) Slosburg.

Education

Diploma, Boston Museum School, 1971. Bachelor of Fine Arts, Tufts University, 1971. Master of Fine Arts, Tufts University, 1983.

Career

Professor art, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, since 1973;visiting artist, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield, Michigan, Spring 1993.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • One-woman shows include Harcus-Krakow-Rosen-Sonnabend Gallery, Boston, 1978, 1980, Helen Shlien Gallery, 1980, 1982, Cohen Arts Center, Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts, 1982, Body Sculpture, Boston, 1985, Genovese Gallery, 1995, Manwaring Gallery Cumings Art Center, Connecticut College, New London, 1995, Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, 1996, Atrium Gallery, University Massachusetts, Dartmouth, 1999, Judy Ann Goldman Fine Art, Boston, 1999, 2004, exhibited in group shows at Federal Reserve Gallery, 1986, Danforth Museum, 1986, Conseil de la Sculpture, Montreal, 1986, North Hall Gallery, Boston, 1987, Artists Foundation Gallery, 1990, Museum Decorative Arts, Prague, 1991, Nancy Margolis Gallery, New York City, 1991, Bellevue (Washington) Art Museum, 1992, Artwear, New York, 1992, Genovese Gallery, Albany, New York, 1992, Schmuckzene'93, Munich, 1993, exhibited in group shows, Boston Center Arts, 1995, exhibited in group shows, Judy Ann Goldman Fine Art, Boston, 1997, 2002, 2007, Jewelry in Europe and America New Times, New Thinking, Craft Council Gallery, London, 3 Generations Mobillia Gallery, Cambridge, 1996, Signals: Late Twentieth Century American Jewelry, Cranbrook Art Museum, 1996, Mills Gallery, Boston, 1997-1998, 2004, Boston Museum Fine Arts, 1999, DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, 2000, National Art Museum China, Beijing, 2001, Forest Hills Cemetery, Boston, 2002, 2004, College Holy Cross, Worcester, Massachusetts, 2003, Concord Art Association, Massachusetts, 2003, Fuller Craft Museum, 2005, AASpace Gallery, Maynard, Massachusetts, 2007, North America Costa Rica Cultural Center, San Jose, 2007, Trustman Gallery, Simmons College, Boston, 2007, Paul Kotula Projects, Ferndale, Michigan, 2007, Art & History, Nightingale Program House, Brown University, Providence, 2009, Drawings that Work Mills Gallery, Boston, 2009, Economies of Scale, Boston Miller Block Gallery, 2009, Drawings That Work, Mills Gallery, Boston, 2009, Art & History, JNB House, Providence, 2009, Represented in permanent collections J. L. Brandeis & Sons, Omaha, Massachusetts College Art, Boston, Boston Public Library., City of Cambridge, Forest Hills Cemetery, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, Boston Museum Fine Arts, Metropolitan Museum Art, New York, Worcester Art Museum, Mas. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Founder, member Boston Women's Action Coalition. Board directors Cambridge (Massachusetts) Multi-Cultural Center, Gallery at Green St., 1993—2006.

Connections

Married James Sloss Ackerman, August 8, 1987. 1 child Jesse August Ackerman.

father:
Harold Walter Slosburg

mother:
Marion (Gill) Slosburg

spouse:
James Sloss Ackerman

child:
Jesse August Ackerman Slosburg-Ackerman