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artist

Robert Mark Winokur, American artist. Visual arts fellow National Education Association, 1979, honorary fellow North Carolina.E.C.A., 1983, fellowship in crafts Pennsylvania Council on Arts, 1988; grantee Kohler corporation, 1985, Mellon Foundation, 1987, Temple University, 1992-1993.

Background

Winokur, Robert Mark was born on December 24, 1933 in Brooklyn. Son of Harry and Beatrice S. (Rosenhaus) Winokur.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Temple University, 1956. Master of Fine Arts in Ceramic Design, Alfred University, 1958.

Career

Teacher art history, design and ceramics, North Texas State University, Denton, 1958-1963;ceramics area coordinator, Tyler School Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, since 1975;chairman crafts department, Tyler School Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, 1979-1982, 88-91;owner, Cape St. Pottery, Ashfield, Massachusetts, 1964-1966. Represented by Helen Drutt Gallery, Philadelphia. Visiting artist, exchange lectr.Glasgow School of Art, Scotland, 1987.

Chairman, board directors Philadelphia CeramicSpeakers Consortium, since 1976. Participant International Ceramic Symposium, Kecskemet, Hungary, 1993. Lecturer in field.

Works

Membership

Board of directors National Council Arts in Education, 1969-1970. Member National Council on Education in Ceramic Arts (chairman liaison committee 1968-1971, vice president 1972-1973, program chairman annual national meeting 1975, 92).

Connections

Married Paula Colton, August 31, 1958. Children: Stephen Todd, Michael David.

father:
Harry Winokur

mother:
Beatrice S. (Rosenhaus) Winokur

spouse:
Paula Colton

children:
Stephen Todd Winokur

Michael David Winokur