Marilyn Bromberg Banner, American artist, educator. Residency fellow Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Sweet Briar, 1992, 93, 95, 99. Group leader, community coordinator No Limits for Women in the Arts, Washington; co-director, Washington Musica Viva, Kensington, Maryland.
Banner, Marilyn Bromberg was born on March 30, 1945 in St. Louis. Daughter of Harry Bromberg and Edna Davis.
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Washington University, 1968. Certified art teacher grades K-12, University Maryland, 1975. Master of Science in Art Education, Massachusetts College Art, 1982.
Art teacher Green Acres School, Rockville, Maryland, 1974-1976, 83-93, Montgomery County Alternative Schools, Wheaton, since 1996.
One-woman shows include Loyola College, Baltimore, 1993, Ceres Gallery, New York City, 1993, 96, 98, Shepherd College Shepherdstown, West Virginia, 1998. Exhibited in group shows School 33, Baltimore, 1988, 98, National Museum of Women in Arts, Washington, 1992, 96, National Jewish Museum, Washington, 1996.
Group leader, community coordinator No Limits for Women in the Arts, Washington. Co-director, Washington Musica Viva, Kensington, Maryland.
Swing dancing, folk dancing.
Married Carl David Banner, June 9, 1974. 1 child, Gabe.