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curator , writer , art critic

Lee Virginia Fleming, American writer, art critic, curator. Recipient award, UCross Foundation Resident, 1985; District of Columbia Commission Arts fellowship, 1981, 1984. Member of Washington Review Arts (trustee 1980-1985, secretary 1981), Elizabethan Club (Yale University).

Background

Fleming, Lee Virginia was born on January 26, 1952 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Ralph Daniel and Helen Haymond (Wolfe) Fleming.

Education

Bachelor in English Literature, Yale University, 1972. Master of Arts in English Literature, University Toronto, 1974.

Career

Visual arts editor Washington Review, since 1979. Washington correspondent Washingtonian, since 1980, ARTnews, New York City, since 1982. Galleries art critic Washington Post.

Writer Washington Art Review. Freelance writer; reporter visual arts WETA television Show 'Around Town". Curator, organizer, consultant, lecturer Schools and Museum, Rhode Island School Design, Corcoran School Art, Baltimore Museum, Maryland Institute, Washington Project Arts, Maryland Art Place, since 1979.

Contributor Beaux Arts Magazine, Paris, Smithsonian Magazine, Images & Issues, since 1980. Reporter visual arts National Public Radio (WAMV) Morning Edition, Washington, 1985.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Scriptwriter performance arts, since 1981. Author: Art Catalogues, since 1981, Someone Special, 1983. Contributor articles to numerous professional publications.

Membership

Member of Washington Review Arts (trustee 1980-1985, secretary 1981), Elizabethan Club (Yale University).

Connections

father:
Ralph Daniel Fleming

mother:
Helen Haymond (Wolfe) Fleming