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Margaret Alice Anthony, American photographer, educator. lRecipient Juror's Photography award Philadelphia Print Club, 1987, Award of Merit, Jonesborough Art Exhibit, 1989, Judges award, Photography United States of America, 1989; named Volunteer of the Year, Holston Baptist Association, 1987.


Anthony, Margaret Alice was born on July 8, 1944 in Memphis, Tennessee, United States. Daughter of Charles Thomas and Marguerite Wellons.


Bachelor of Science, Memphis State University, 1966. Medical technologist, Memphis Baptist Hospital, 1967. Master of Fine Arts, East Tennessee State University, 1987.


Associate professor art Milligan College, since 1987.


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    • Photographer: one-woman exhibits include East Tennessee State University Slocumb Gallery, Western Carolina University Chelsea Gallery, Ralston Fine Art, Mount Empire Community College, King College, Milligan College, Barter Theatre, Carroll Reece Museum, Tunica Museum, JCAAC. Group exhibits include Women in Photography, University Alabama, Huntsville, 1985, National Aperture, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 1986, The Print Club, Philadelphia, 1987, Illuminance, Lubbock, Texas, 1987-1988, The Magic Silver Show, Cedar Falls, Iowa, 1988, 99, National Aperture 4, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 1989, Photowork 89, Poughkeepsie, New York, 1989, Ogden Museum, Tennessee Art Commission Gallery, Eads Gallery, Photography Now-Lexington, Kentucky, Washington Gallery Art-Looking for America, Print Center, 2000, William King Art Center, American Counseling Association Summit Conference, Current Works Society Contemporary Photography, and various other galleries. Represented in permanent collections Brooks Museum Art, Memphis, Oregon Museum Southern Art.

      Contributing photographer: Appalachia Now and Then, 1986-2002, Mockingbird, 1981-1985, Photo Review, 1985, 88, 2002, Tennessee Valley Art Center, 1989 (Honorary Mention award), Southern Exposure, 1995.


Regular ceremonies enable people to open themselves to God more fully. They help people to hear God's offer and challenge ever more deeply, and to allow God to prompt and enable them to respond.


Baptist churches should celebrate the racial, cultural and theological diversity witnessed within its membership.


God should be loved with hearts as well as with minds. To the best of ability everyone needs to think things through in the light of reason. This means becoming aware of different points of view, and using his or her critical thinking to make sense of God's world.


Member Society Photographic Education Christians Photojournalism, Memphis Zoological Society, Memphis State University Alumni Association, E. Tennessee State University Alumni Association, Johnson City Area Arts Council, Phi Kappa Phi, Gamma Beta Phi.


Married Murray Stephen Anthony, October 14, 1967.

Charles Thomas

Marguerite Wellons

Murray Stephen Anthony