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Marcia S. Clark Edit Profile

artist , art educator

Marcia S. Clark, American artist, art educator. Big Bend National Park grant, National Endowment Arts, 1974, grant, Banff Center Arts, California, 2001, Acadia National Park, Maine, 2004, Upernavik Museum, Greenland, 2007, Heliker-La Hotan Foundation, Maine, 2008. Member of New York Artists Equity Association.

Background

Clark, Marcia S. was born on February 4, 1938 in Bay Shore, New York, United States. Daughter of Isadore Clark and Ethel Ingerman.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Yale University School Art, New Haven, 1962. Master of Fine Arts, State University of New York, New Paltz, 1974.

Career

Instructor Metropolitan Museum Art, Department High School Programs, New York City. Visiting artist Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, 1980. Instructor Parsons New School Design, New York City, since 1981, College William & Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1996—1997.

Guest curator, 1987—1989. Director Blue Mountain Gallery, New York City, since 1998. With Collections Albany Institute History & Art & Museum City New York.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Exhibitions include In Search of Ice, A Day of Remembrance, Albany Institute, Edge of the Ice Fiord, Ilulissat, American Museum Natural History, New York City & Washington Art Association, Connecticut, The World is Round, Hudson River Museum, Yonkers.

Membership

Member of New York Artists Equity Association.

Connections

father:
Isadore Clark

mother:
Ethel Ingerman