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Marcia Gayle Wallace

photographer , speech educator , theater educator , art educator

Marcia Gayle Wallace, American art educator, theater educator, speech educator, photographer. Artist Photography fellow, Arkansas Arts Council, 1986. Member Batesville Area Arts Council, since 1998; board directors Batesville Community Theater, since 1999; Member of Society for Photograph Education, Southwest Theatre Association.

Background

Wallace, Marcia Gayle was born on January 3, 1951 in Cleveland. Daughter of William Charles Wallace and Ruth Charlotte Andersen.

Education

Bachelor in Art, Connecticut College, 1973. Master of Fine Arts in Mixed Media Art, Arizona State University, 1976. Master of Arts in Speech and Theater, Arkansas State University, 1997.

Career

Visiting lecturer in art Phoenix College, 1977—1978. Exhibits designer coordinator Omaha Children's Museum, 1978—1979. Project coordinator photo preservation We.

Heritage Museum, 1980—1981. Artist-in-education Arkansas Arts Council, 1984—1995. Instructor art, speech, and theater Ozarka Technology College, Melbourne, Arkansas, 1993—1998, University Arkansas Community College, Batesville, since 1998.

Presenter in field.

Works

  • Author: Theater as Nexus in Small Communities, 1997., exhibitions include Arkansas Arts Center, 1987, Lyon College, 1995, Hendricks College, 1996, corporation collections.

Membership

Member Batesville Area Arts Council, since 1998. Board directors Batesville Community Theater, since 1999. Member of Society for Photograph Education, Southwest Theatre Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Home designing and building, gardening, scuba diving, travel, hiking.

Connections

Life partner Tom Carraway.

father:
William Charles Wallace

mother:
Ruth Charlotte Andersen