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artist , educator

Philip Richard Donahue, American artist, educator. Joined Society of Jesus (Jesuit), Roman Catholic Church, 1964, ordained priest, 1976. Recipient award United States director fine arts Hakuhodo, Tokyo, 1991-1983, Oscar d'Italia Academy Italia, Calvatone, 1985. Member International Society Artists (board directors Northern Hemisphere since 1977).

Background

Donahue, Philip Richard was born on April 1, 1943 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Son of Theodore R. and Margaret M. (Schneider) Donahue.

Education

Bachelor, St. Peter's College, Jersey City, 1969. Master of Arts, Spring Hill College, Mobil, Alabama, 1974. Master of Arts, Jesuit School Theology, Berkeley, California, 1977.

Doctor of Philosophy, University California, Berkeley, 1985.

Career

Artist, educator, administrator, priest, Society of Jesus (Jesuit), Rome, 1964-1982;vice president, Link Art International, San Francisco, 1982-1986;owner, administrator, educator, artist, Donahue Studios, Oakland, California, since 1986.

Achievements

  • Joined Society of Jesus (Jesuit), Roman Catholic Church, 1964, ordained priest, 1976.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Visual Hermeneutics, 1985, Meaning in Visual Art, 1992. Exhibited in groups shows at AT Gallery, Tokyo, 1982-1991, Hunger Project, San Francisco, 1982-1985, Farralon Company, San Francisco, 1991-1994, Link Art International Limited, San Francisco, 1982-1994, others. Represented in permanent collections including City Hall, Jersey City, Governor's Mansion, Birmingham, St. Peter's College, Jersey City, Farralon Company, San Francisco, Grace Cathedral, San Francisco.

Membership

Member International Society Artists (board directors Northern Hemisphere since 1977).

Connections

father:
Theodore R. Donahue

mother:
Margaret M. (Schneider) Donahue