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artist , educator

Nancy Deborah Goldring, American artist, educator. Grantee Montclair State University Department Art and Design, 1982-1987, New York State Council Arts, 1978-1979, 86—; National Defense Education Act fellow, 1967; Fulbright fellow, 1967-1968, Fulbright Southeast Asia fellow, 1994-1995; New York University graduate teaching fellow, 1969-1970, others; Distinguished scholar Montclair State University, 2003. Member Interarts.

Background

Goldring, Nancy Deborah was born on January 25, 1945 in Oak Ridge. Daughter of David and Evelyn (Lasky) Goldring.

Education

Bachelor, Smith College, 1967;Master of Fine Arts, New York University, 1969-1970.

Career

Instructor English literature University Pisa, Italy, 1967-1968. Lecturer sculpture School Visual Arts, New York City, 1970-1971. Lecturer art history Fashion Institute of Technology, 1971.

Visiting lecturer/critic Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, 1974-1975. Artist-in-residence Haverford College, Pennsylvania, 1978. Professor department art Montclair (New Jersey) State University, since 1972.

Lecturer, consultant in field.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • One-woman shows include Carlsson Memorial Gallery, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1979, Gladstone-Villani Gallery, New York City, 1979, Monique Knowlton Gallery, New York City, 1979, Nassau County Museum, 1980-1981, Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies, New York City, 1980-1981, American Cultural Centers Jerusalem and Tel Aviv and Gallery Haifa University, 1982, Mississippi Museum Art, Open Gallery, Jackson, Mississippi, 1983, Herzliya Museum, Agricultural and Mechanical Artworks, New York City, 1984-1985, Michael Bennett Gallery, New York City, 1986, Galleria S.Fedele, Milan, Italy, 1986, Institute d'Arte, Dossa Dossi, Ferrara, Italy, 1986, Drury College, Missouri, 1988, Jayne H. Baum, New York City, 1988, 90, 93, Meridian Gallery, San Francisco, 1991, Istituto d'Arte, Dosso Dossi, Ferrara, Italy, 1991, Eliot Smith Gallery, St. Louis, 1992, Grand Center Station, New York City, 1992, Jayne H. Baum Gallery, New York City, 1993, Hampshire College Amherst College, 1993, Elliot Smith Gallery, St. Louis, 1994, Duane Reed Gallery, 1996, Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement International, Rome, 1996, National Center Performing Arts, Bombay, 1997, DIF Web Gallery, University Houston, 2000, Alva Gallery, New London, Connecticut, 2000, Southeast Museum Photography, Daytona Beach, 2000, Baruch College, New York City, 2001, Houston Center for Photography, 2002, Lyman Allen Museum, New London, Connecticut, 2002, Fotofo, Bratislava, Czech Republic, 2003, Comune di Parma, San Vitale, Italy, 2003, Palazzo Pigorini Parma, 2005, Gallery 138, New York City, 2006. Exhibited in group shows at Muse Gallery, Philadelphia, 1980, Rabinovitch Gallery, 1981, Ohio State Galleries, Columbus, 1982, Gallery North, Setauket, New York, 1982, Museum Modern Art, 1983, Galleria Dell'Arte E Architettura Moderna, Rome, 1983-1984, “Artist in Residence” Gallery Gallery, New York City, 1984, 86, Allen/Wincor Gallery, New York City, 1985, Jayne H. Baum Gallery University California, Berkeley, 1987-1990, SSC&B, Lintas International, New York City, 1987, Alternative Museum New York City, 1987-1988, Copley Society, Boston, 1987, R.H. Love Gallery, Chicago, 1988, Haggerty Museum, Milwaukee, 1988, White Columns, 1989, Squibb Corporation, Princeton, 1989, Bard College, 1989, National Museum American Art, 1989, National Museum American Art, Washington, 1989, Jayne H. Baum Gallery, New York, 1989, Burden Gallery, New York, 1990, Photographic Resource Center with Boston Architectural Center, 1990, West Collection Traveling exhibition, 1990-1991, Andrea Ruggieri Gallery, Washington, 1990, Ellis Island, New York, 1990-1992, Polaroid at Fotokine, Cologne, Germany, 1990, Art Museum Florida International University, 1991, Montclair State University, 1991, Pacific Security, Los Angeles, 1992, Campion Corporation, 1992, Palazzo Cini, Ferrera, Italy, 1993, Elliot Smith Gallery, St. Louis, 1993, Caldwell College, New Jersey, 1994, Southeast Museum, Daytona, Florida, 1995, New York University, 1995, Duane Reed Gallery, St. Louis, 1995, Center Photography, Tokyo, 1996, Katonah Museum, New York, 1996, SOHO, New York, 1996, Trinity College, 1997, Pittsburgh Center Arts, 1997, International Center Photography, 1997, Southeast Museum Photography, 1998, Alva Gallery, 1999-1900, 03, Contemporary Museum, Baltimore, 2000, William Benton Museum, University Connecticut, 2002, Gallery Showcase, Sothebys, New York City, 2002, Santa Fe Art Institute, 2002, Gallery 138, New York City, 2004, Smith College, Massachusetts, 2005, Bayley Museum, Virginia, 2005, Smith College Museum, 2005, William Benton Museum, Storrs, Connecticut, 2006, Gallery 138, New York City, 2006, others. Represented in permanent collections at Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, Herzlyia Museum, Israel, Eastman House Kodak Museum, International Telephone & Telegraph of New Jersey, Padiglione d'Arte Contemporanea, Milan, International Business Machines Corporation, Polaroid Corporation, Citybank, New York-New England Exchange Corporation, others.

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Membership

Member Interarts.

Connections

Married N. Ubaldo Arregui, May 16, 1981.

father:
David Goldring

mother:
Evelyn (Lasky) Goldring

spouse:
N. Ubaldo Arregui