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art educator

Roberta Jacqueline Hudlow, American art educator. Member Sisters of Loretto, 58. Moderator student group Young Christian Students, Mobile, Alabama, 1964—1966; member West End Community Council, Louisville, 1966—1970; researcher White House Commission on Youth and Recreation, 1969—1970; Member of St. Louis Artist Guild.

Background

Hudlow, Roberta Jacqueline was born on February 14, 1937 in Osage Township, Missouri, United States. Daughter of Jacob Franklin and Jimmie Alveda Hudlow.

Education

Bachelor in Art, Webster College, 1963. Master of Arts in Art, Ohio State University, 1969.

Career

High School art instructor Sisters of Loretto Schools, 1963—1976. Manager Focal Point Coffeehouse, St. Louis, 1976—1984. Tutor Loretto Learning Center Satellite School, 1976—1986.

Art teacher Mideast Area Agency on Aging, 1978—1980. Commercial artist various companies, 1982—1986. Art specialist K-5 St. Louis Public School Systems, 1986—2000.

Part-time library work, writer Neriny Hall High School, St. Louis, 1988. Member, writer, retreat plenner Loretto Education Committee, since 1993.

Achievements

  • Member Sisters of Loretto, 58.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Memorial monument to slaves of Sisters of Loretto, 2000.

Membership

Moderator student group Young Christian Students, Mobile, Alabama, 1964—1966. Member West End Community Council, Louisville, 1966—1970. Researcher White House Commission on Youth and Recreation, 1969—1970.

Member of St. Louis Artist Guild.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Rehabbing old house, day trips, camping, float trips, photography.

Connections

father:
Jacob Franklin

mother:
Jimmie Alveda Hudlow