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Katherine Kuelbs Rogers, American artist, writer. National Education Association grantee, 1989; recipient scholarship Women's Art Registry Minnesota, 1983, Bush Foundation, 1973-1974. Member Central Wisconsin Women's Caucus for Art (newsletter editor 1988-1989, co-founder), National Women's Caucus for Art.

Background

Rogers, Katherine Kuelbs was born on November 4, 1953 in Minneapolis. Daughter of Leo George and Kathleen Patricia (Knapp) K.

Education

Associate of Arts, Normandale Community College, Bloomington, Minnesota, 1973;student, Minneapolis College Art and Design, 1973-1974;Bachelor in Studio Art, University of Minnesota, 1978;Master of Fine Arts in Painting, University of Wisconsin, 1988.

Career

Watercolor painting instructor, Dakota Center for the Arts South, St. Paul, 1981-1982;painting and drawing instructor, St. Paul Public Schools Cmty. Education, 1982-1983;sales design consultant, Twin City Picture Framing, St. Paul, 1982-1984;editorial assistant, Managing Successful Programmes Publs., Minneapolis, 1984-1985;curatorial assistant, Madison Art Center, 1986-1988;arts reporter, Wisconsin State Journal and Freelance, Madison, 1988-1992;painting, drawing, and art outreach instructor, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1990-1994, 98-99;studio artist, Madison, since 1989. Visiting artist residency Blue Mountain Center, Blue Mountain Lake, New York, 1992.

Visiting artist, lecturer Normandale Community College, Bloomington, 1980-1981. Artist, consultant banner project Unity Church of Madison, Madison, 1997. Consultant art of healing project Wisconsin Committee for Prevention of Child Abuse, Madison, 1993.

Consultant to art education committee Mental Health Center Dane County, 1992. Speechwriter Dane County Cultural Affairs Commission, Madison, 1990. Vol.spokesperson for radio and video projects.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Represented in collections Hoffman Institute, Madkson, Jacobson Buffalo, Schoessler and Magnuson, Minneapolis, Normandale Community College, Bloomington, A SpiriTouch Institute, Madison, State of Wisconsin, Department Transportation, Madison, Synergy Acupunture and Herb Center, Madison. One-woman shows include Normandale College, 1978, Inver Hills College, Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota, 1979, University Wisconsin, Madison, 1988, Dericci Gallery, Edgewood College, Madison, 1988, David Anthony Gallery, Tinley Park, Illinois, 1988, La Mop Studio, Madison, 1992, Mental Health Center Dane County, Madison, 1992, Ornate Box Turtle Gallery, Spring Green, Wisconsin, 1996. Groups shows include University Minnesota, 1978, Normandale College, Bloomington, 1980-1981, Traveling Group Exhibition, St. Paul/Minneapolis, 1982, Inver Hills College, Minn.

      1982, Dakota Center for the Arts, South St. Paul, 1980, 82, Blaisdell Community Center, Minneapolis, 1983, WARM Gallery, Minneapolis, 1983, WAVE Gallery, St. Paul, 1984, Off the Wall allery, Minneapolis, 1985-1986, Susan B. Anthony Gallery, University Wisconsin, Madison, 1987, Susan B. Anthony Gallery, Survival Graphics, Madison, 1987, University Wisconsin Hospital, Madison, 1988, Colucci Gallery, Madison, 1988, Madison Art Center, 1988, Milwaukee art Museum, 1988, Wright Museum Art, Beloit, Wisconsin, 1989, Madison Civic Center, 1990, University Wisconsin, 1990, Bakehouse Art Complex, Miami, 1990, Milwaukee War Memorial, 1991, Weiss/Morris Gallery, Rockford, Illinois, 1991-1992, City/County Building, Madison, 1992, University Wis. 1992, Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minnesota, 1992, Commonwealth Gallery, Madison, 1993, Sante Fe Galleries, Madison, 1993, Art Elements Gallery, 1994, Brave Hearts Theatre, Madison, 1995, Wisconsin Arts Board, 1997, among others.

Membership

Member Central Wisconsin Women's Caucus for Art (newsletter editor 1988-1989, co-founder), National Women's Caucus for Art.

Connections

father:
Leo George K.

mother:
Kathleen Patricia (Knapp) K.