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sculptor

Mildred Howard, American sculptor. Recipient Bank of America award, San Francisco, 1975, Small Projects award Inter Arts Marin, San Rafael, California, 1984, Adaline Kent award San Francisco Art Institute, 1991, Visual Artists award Flintridge Foundation, 2001-2002; fellow in mixed media California Arts Council, 1990, Lila A. Wallace/Reader's Digest International Traveling fellow, 1992-1993; grantee California Arts Council, 2003.

Background

Howard, Mildred was born in 1945 in San Francisco, California, United States.

Education

Associate of Arts, certified in fashion arts, College Alameda, 1977. Master of Fine Arts in Fiberworks, John F. Kennedy University, 1985.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One-woman shows include Mill Valley (California) Old Post Office, 1984, Dade County Library., Miami, Florida, 1985, California State University, Hayward, 1987, Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, California, 1991, San Francisco Art Institute, 1991, Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco, 1991, 93, INTAR, New York City, 1992, University Art Gallery, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, California, 1992, San Jose (California) Museum Art, 1994, Hammonds House Galleries, Atlanta, 1994, Capp St. Project, San Francisco, 1994. Group exhibitions include Security Pacific Gallery, San Francisco, 1992, Lew Allen Gallery, Santa Fe, 1992, Shea & Bornstein Gallery, Santa Monica, 1992, Creative Time, New York City, 1992, Berkeley Art Center, 1992, Nina Nielsen Gallery, Boston, 1993, New Museum Contemporary Art, New York City, 1993, California Crafts Museum, San Francisco, 1994, University California Berkeley Museum Art, Science and Culture, 1994, Laney College, Oakland, California, 1994, The Museum at Blackhawk, Danville, California, 1994, Hampton (Virginia) University Museum, 1994, Gallery Resche, Paris, 1994, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, 1994, Installation Gallery, San Diego, 1994, Jewett Hall Gallery, University Maine, Augusta, 1994, CCAC, Oakland, 1994, Oakland Museum, 1994, Louis Stern Fine Arts, Los Angeles, 1995, Gallery Concord, 1995, Gallery II, University Bradford, 1998, City Gallery, Leicester, 1999, LewAllen Contemporary, Santa Fe, 2000, Museum Glass: International Center for Contemporary Art, Tacoma, 2002, Neuberger Museum Art Biennial, 2003, Nielsen Gallery, Boston, 2003, others.

      Represented in permanent collections Oakland Museum, Wadsworth Athaneum, Hartford, Connecticut, Rene and Veronica di Rosa Foundation, Napa, California, Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum, California African American Museum, private collections.