Sharon Corgan Leeber Edit Profile
Student, University Wyoming, 1961. Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture, American University, 1961. Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture, University Colorado, 1962.
Postgraduate, University Colorado, 1972.
Instructor sculpture El Centro College, Dallas, 1971-1977, instructor and developer department photography, 1977-1981. Instructor sculpture University Texas, 1976-1977. President Architectural Arts Company, since 1980.
Partner Art Assets, a New York Corporation, 1993—1995. Lecturer National Campus Planning Symposium, Baylor University, Waco, Texas, 1982, American Society Landscape Architects, Texas, 1983, 84, National Society Campus and University Planners, New Orleans, 1982, Washington State Arts Alliance Forum, Seattle, 1985, Les Femmes du Monde, Dallas, 1988, West Palm Beach Development Seminar, 1990, Architects and Landscape Architects, Johannesburg, South Africa, 1990, Wyoming Economic Development Sesion, Denver, 1990, Young President Association, Pasadena, California, Urban Land Institute, Boston, 1993, Nucleo Radio Mill, 1993. Curator/juror a traveling exhibition of The Contemporary Artists of Montana for since 1993.
Curator Ted Waddell and a Few Friends, since 1994, Dale chihuly at Gerald Peters Gallery, Dallas, 1994, The Texas Show at Parchman Stremmel Gallery, San Antonio, 1995, Art Space Duesseldorf, 2005, Art Space Vail, 2005. Reviewer National Graduate Fellow, 1987. Curator/co-curator various museum shows.
Instructor annual jewelry workshp SWEST, 1972-1984. Member Rotogravure Committee, Inc., 1996. Speaker in field; coordinator The Hart Window (Linda and Mitch Hart) Dallas Museum Art, 1994-1995, 96, supervisor poster project, 1995.
Curriculum advisor Dallas Magnet School Systems, 1975. Board directors Program for Talented and Gifted Children, Dallas, 1978-1979, Texas Sculpture Symposium, 1984-1985, also fundraising chairman, City of Dallas Parks and Recreation/The Bathhouse Cultural Center, 1984-1985, Florentine Art Foundation, 1985-1986. Membership committee International Women's Forum, 1992-1993, global committee, 1993-1994.
Member advisory committee Dallas Public Art, 1992-1994. Member small scale development council Urban Land Institute, 1985-1992. Active Dallas Forum, since 1991, others.
Participant Mayor's Trade Mission to South Africa, 1996. Board directors The Goddes Fund, New York City, since 2001. Ambassador to Quebec with Dallas Mayor Ron Kirk and co-originator of program Greater Dallas Chamber of C., 2001.
Member Dallas Women's Forum (membership committee 1994), International Women's Forum (global committee co-chairman 1993-1994, program chair 1995-1996, spring retreat art tour presentation 1993, membership committee 1992-1992), Greater Dallas Chamber (international trade department Middle eAst and African task force 1996, international business executives 1996).
Children: Mark, Tracy, Greg.