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Roma Starczewska-Murray Edit Profile

artist , Producer , radio announcer

Roma Starczewska-Murray was Polish radio announcer, producer, artist. Honorary Citizenship Mayor William Donald Schaefer, Baltimore, 1978.

Background

Starczewska-Murray, Roma was born on April 22, 1935 in Warsaw. Came to United States, 1964. Daughter of Karol and Stefania (Bartos) Kucinski.

Education

Student in Foreign Trade Economy, Warsaw University, 1963.

Career

Announcer, producer Polish Service Voice of America, Washington, 1967-1995. Retired, 1995.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One woman exhibitions include Rocky Mount (North Carolina) Art Center, 1982, Polish-American Congress, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, 1983, George Mason library, Annandale, Virginia, 1987, Clinical Center Art Gallery National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, 1989, National Museum Wome in the Arts, 1991, North Carolina Museum Art, Raleigh, 1993. Group exhibitions include American University, Washington, 1973, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, 1974, 1983, The Hecht Company, Washington, 1974, Thomas Jefferson library, Fairfax, Virginia, 1974, Martha Washington library, Alexandria, Virginia, 1974, City Hall, Washington, 1974, Scarab Club, Detroit, 1975, Maryland Federation Art, Annapolis, 1975, Polish-American Academia Club, Chicago, 1975, The Art League-Torpedo Factory, Alexandria, Virginia, 1975, Catholic University American, Washington, 1975, Nekoosa Paper, Incorporated, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, 1975, Lewes (Delaware) History Society, 1976, Dundalk (Maryland) Creative Commons, 1976, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1977, Rehoboth Art League, Incorporated, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, 1977, Arlington (Virginia) Art Center, 1979, 80, University Wisconsin, Stevens Point, 1979, Corner Gallery, Incorporated, Hastings-Upon-Hudson, New York, 1979, The Warsaw Gallery, Incorporated, Alexandria, Virginia, 1980, Europa Imports, Incorporated, Baltimore, 1981, Treasury fo Nations Gallery, Bethesda, Maryland, 1993, Strathmore Hall Arts Center, Rockville, Maryland, 1993. Featured in Polish Daily News, The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune, The Sun, others.

      Appeareed in Real to Reel, American University Radio Station, Columbia Broadcasting System Sunday Morning News, others.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: swimming, biking, gardening, traveling.

Connections

Married Philip G. Murray, Senior.

father:
Karol Kucinski

mother:
Stefania (Bartos) Kucinski

spouse:
Philip G. Murray