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art educator

William Hampton Holley, American art educator. Certified teacher, art teacher, North Carolina. Deacon Immanuel Baptist Church, Greenville, since 1992. Member National Art Education Association, North Carolina Art Education Association (Outstanding Art Educator in Higher Education 1993), International Society for Education in Art, Watercolor Society North Carolina (president 1980-1981), Greenville Art Center, Phi Delta Kappa.

Background

Holley, William Hampton was born on February 12, 1938 in New Hanover County, North Carolina, United States. Son of Wade Hampton and Edith Louise (Hunt) Holley.

Education

Bachelor of Science, East Carolina University, 1958. Master of Arts in Education, East Carolina University, 1959. Doctor of Education, Pennsylvania State University, 1972.

Career

Art teacher, Roanoke (Virginia) County Schools, 1959-1962;art teacher, Roanoke City Schools, 1962-1964;art education professor School of Art, East Carolina U., Greenville, North Carolina, since 1964.

Achievements

  • Certified teacher, art teacher, North Carolina.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Exhibited watercolors and sculptures in one-man and group shows.

Membership

Deacon Immanuel Baptist Church, Greenville, since 1992. Member National Art Education Association, North Carolina Art Education Association (Outstanding Art Educator in Higher Education 1993), International Society for Education in Art, Watercolor Society North Carolina (president 1980-1981), Greenville Art Center, Phi Delta Kappa.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: hiking, camping, fishing.

Connections

Married Alma Jean Rowland, September 1, 1957. Children: William Keith, David Kent, James Kevin.

father:
Wade Hampton Holley

mother:
Edith Louise (Hunt) Holley

spouse:
Alma Jean Rowland

children:
William Keith Holley

David Kent Holley

James Kevin Holley