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artist , educator , writer

Marilyn Louise Schaefer, American artist, writer, educator. Luce Foundation postgraduate study fellow St. John's College, 1976-1979; Ingram Merrill Foundation grantee, 1983-1984. Member American Association of University Women, City University of New York Academy Arts and Sciences.

Background

Schaefer, Marilyn Louise was born on April 22, 1933 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States. Daughter of Henry Richard and Maria Augusta (Dickel) Schaefer.

Education

Associate of Arts, Monticello College for Women, 1953. Bachelor of Fine Arts, Cranbrook Academy Art, 1956. Master of Fine Arts, Cranbrook Academy Art, 1960.

Master of Arts cum laude, University Chicago, 1958. Master of Arts, St. John's College, Santa Fe, 1979.

Career

Research assistant editor Encyclopaedia Britannica, Chicago, 1960-1963. Humanities editor Encyclopedia Americana, New York, 1964-1968. Acquisitions editor Litton Educational Public, 1968-1970.

From instructor to professor emeritus art and advertising design department New York City Technology College City University of New York, since 1970. Contributing editor Encyclopedia Americana, since 1979, College Teaching journal, 1979.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals including Art and Auction magazine, Art and Antiques magazine, American Artist magazine, Encyclopedia Americana, since 1970.

Membership

Member American Association of University Women, City University of New York Academy Arts and Sciences.

Connections

father:
Henry Richard Schaefer

mother:
Maria Augusta (Dickel) Schaefer