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Visual arts educator

Marilyn Patricia Wolf-Ragatz, British, American, Greek Visual arts educator. Certified in art education P-12, Georgia. Foundation for Excellence grantee, 1990-1996; Georgia Council for the Arts grantee, 1992-1993.


Wolf-Ragatz, Marilyn Patricia was born on May 22, 1945 in Chelmsford, England. Came to the United States, 1946. Daughter of Harry Albert and Rita (Jones) Wolf.


Bachelor of Science in Art Education, Ohio State University, 1968. Master of Education in Art Education, Florida Atlantic University, 1981. Doctor of Education, University Georgia, 1988.


Art teacher middle school Broward County School District, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 1968-1971. Day program director Prospect Hall College, Hollywood, 1973-1981. Owner Philip St. Art Gallery, Athens, Georgia, 1987-1989.

Instructor University Georgia, 1982-1991, 94-95. Account executive The Adsmith Ad Agency, 1985-1990. Art teacher middle school Clarke County School District, since 1990.

Critical thinking trainer Georgia Department Education, since 1993. Part-time instructor arts education, critical and creative thinking Piedmont College, Athens campus, since 1997.


  • Certified in art education P-12, Georgia.


Board of directors Lyndon Arts Foundation, Athens, since 1993. Member committee Athens-Clarke Tomorrow, 1993. Active Georgia Citizens for Arts, since 1995.

Active Georgia Coalition for Arts Education. Member National Art Education Association, Georgia Art Education Association (president District II 1991-1994), Georgia Museum Art, Athens Fibercraft Guild (vice president 1986-1988), National Museum forWomen in the Arts, Handweavers Guild American.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: weaving, drawing, bike-riding.


Married Philip Lee Ragatz II, October 19, 1985.

Harry Albert Wolf

Rita (Jones) Wolf

Philip Lee Ragatz II