Raphael Montañez Ortiz Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science, Pratt Institute, 1964. Master of Fine Arts, Pratt Institute, 1964. Master of Education, Columbia University, 1974.
Doctor of Education, Columbia University, 1982.
Instructor graduate art faculty Teacher College, Columbia University, New York City, 1967;
instructor art, New York University, New York City, 1968;
Adjunct Professor art, Fordham University, New York City, 1971;
Adjunct Professor art, C. W. Post College, Long Island, New York, 1971;
Adjunct Professor art Livingston College, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1971;
associate professor art Livingston College, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1972;
associate professor graduate and undergraduate faculty Mason Gross School Arts, Rutgers University, 1972;
professor I Mason Gross School Arts, Rutgers University, since 1991. Lecturer, panelist School of Visual Arts 4th Annual National Conference on Education of Artist, 1990, International Exposition: Art Miami Art and Technology, 1995. Panelist, moderator The Artist in Multiculturalism and Art History, Alternative Museum, Soho, New York City, 1992, numerous others.
The Robert Flaherty seminar speaker Its All Digital, Wells College, Aurora, New York, 1993. Panelist the Artist as Activist, The Museum of Modern Art, 1993, Performance is Dead Long Live Performance, Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, 1994, Conversation on Art, Destructivism in the 1960's, Whitney Museum American Art, New York City, 1997, others. Presenter in field.
Member Museum Computer Art (founder, president 1984), Hispanic Association Higher Education (New Jersey), Art Educators New Jersey, College Art Association, Association Research and Enlightenment.