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Mary Ann Stankiewicz, American Art educator. License art specialist, Massachusetts, New York. Grantee National Endowment for Humanities, 1986, Spencer Foundation, 1987; recipient Kenneth Marantz Distinguished Alumni award Graduate Students Department Art Education, Ohio State University, 1992.


Stankiewicz, Mary Ann was born on May 5, 1948 in Keene, New Hampshire, United States. Daughter of Napoleon Joseph and Annette (Vadeboncoeur) Stankiewicz.


Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art Education, Syracuse University, 1970. Master of Fine Arts in Art Education, Syracuse University, 1976. Doctor of Philosophy in Art Education, Ohio State University, 1979.


Elementary art teacher Public Schools of Lenox, Massachusetts, 1970-1974. Resident advisor Syracuse University, New York, 1974—1975, student teaching supervisor, 1974—1975, graduate training assistant, 1975—1976. Graduate administrative assistant Ohio State University, Columbus, 1977—1979.

Cooperating assistant professor, College Education University Maine, Orono, 1979-1985, assistant professor art education, department art, 1979—1985, cooperating associate professor, College Education, 1985—1987, associate professor, art education, department art. Associate professor, department art California State University, Long Beach, 1988-1990. Program officer Getty Center for Education in Arts, Santa Monica, California, 1990-1992.

Assistant vice president academy affairs Ringling School Art and Design, Sarasota, Florida, 1992—1994. Associate professor, art education, School Visual Arts Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania, 1999—2000, 2000—2004, professor art education, since 2004. Consultant Getty Center for Education in Arts, Los Angeles, 1984-1994.

Independent scholar, consultant since 1994. Speaker, presenter, and invited lecturer in field. Services at Pennsylvania State University include: adviser, Pennsylvania Art Education Association student chapter, 2000-2001.

Judge, 15th Annual Graduate Exhibition, 2000. Chair, Art Education Program Graduate Recruitment and Admissions, 2001-2002, School Visual Arts Diversity Committee, 2000-2001, 2001-2002. Member advisory committee, Palmer Museum of Art Education, 2001-2002.

Member Graduate Council Committee on Programs and Course, 2001-2002, Graduate Council Subcommittee on Program Review and Evaluation, 2000-2001, Review Committee for 2001 National Endowment of the Humanities Summer Stipends, 2000, Art Education Search Committee, 2001-2010. Elected representative, Graduate Council, College Arts & Architecture, 2001-2003. Alternate member, Behavioral Committee, Institutional Review Board, 2001-2004, professor in charge art education program, 2005-2007, 10-.


  • License art specialist, Massachusetts, New York.


  • Other Work

    • Co-editor: Framing the Past, 1990. Editor, Art Education, National Art Education Association, 1995-1998. Author Roots of Art Education Practice, 2001.

      Edited books and monographs. Contributor articles to professional journals and book chapters.


Member Council Policy Studies in Art Education, National Art Education Association (president women's caucus 1984-1985 (June King McFee award, 2003, historian/archivist 1980-1988, Maine Art Educator of Year 1983, president-elect 2001-2003, president since 2003, Maine Art Educator Year, and Maine Art Education Association, 1983), History of Education Society, Phi Kappa Phi, National Art Education Association (president-elect 2001-2003, president 2003-2005, past president 2005—2007), National Art Education Foundation (board trustees since 2005).


Married David Mackinnon Ebitz, January 1, 1983. Children: Rebecca Aemilia, Cecilia Charlotte.

Napoleon Joseph Stankiewicz

Annette (Vadeboncoeur) Stankiewicz

David Mackinnon Ebitz

Rebecca Aemilia Stankiewicz

Cecilia Charlotte Stankiewicz