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Judy Thompson

Judy Thompson

EDUCATION
MASTEROF FINE ARTS, 1981
Washington University, St. Louis, MO

BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS
Washington University, St. Louis, MO

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
• Coordinator of Graphic Communications program, St. Louis Community College at
Meramec, 1997–present
• Full time Faculty, Graphic Design/1, Graphic Design/4 and Computer Production,
St. Louis Community College at Meramec, 1996
• Instructor, Advanced Graphic Design Washington University Fine Arts Institute, 1995
• Adjunct Faculty, Figure Drawing I and Graduate Drawing, Lindenwood College, 1994
• Adjunct Faculty, Beginning Drawing, Graduate Drawing, 2/D Design and Color Theory,
Lindenwood College, 1992
• Instructor, Advanced Drawing, Washington University, 1983
• Adjunct Faculty, Art History I and Figure Drawing I, St. Louis Community College at
Forest Park, 1982–83
• Adjunct Faculty, Painting I and II, Lindenwood College, 1982–83
• Adjunct Faculty Painting I and II, Belleville Area College, 1982
• Graduate Teaching Assistant, Advanced Drawing and 2/D Design, Washington
University, 1980–81
• Instructor, Watercolor, and Beginning Drawing, Craft Alliance, 1981
• Adjunct Faculty, Figure Drawing I, St. Louis Community College at Meramec, 1971
• Adjunct Faculty, 2/D Design, St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley, 1968

GRAPHIC DESIGN EXPERIENCE
• Free Lance Graphic Design, 1995-present
• Art Director, Campbell Taggart Inc., 1994-1995
• Art Director, Unger Zitelli Sletten, 1993–1994
• Art Director, Brown Shoe Company, 1988–93
• Creative Director, Cohen Thompson Gregg: Advertising, Public Relations and
Graphic Design, 1983–87
• Free Lance Graphic Design and Illustration, 1970–79
• Book Designer, McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1967–69

SELECTED GALLERY EXHIBITIONS
2004 Colleagues IV, group show, Meramec Art Gallery

2003 Faculty Exhibit, St. Louis Community College at Meramec

2002 Faculty Exhibit, St. Louis Community College at Meramec
Colleagues III, group show, Florissant Valley Art Gallery St. Louis, MO

2001 Faculty Exhibit, St. Louis Community College at Meramec

2000 Colleagues II, group show, University of Missouri-St. Louis
Faculty Exhibit, St. Louis Community College at Meramec

1999 Faculty Exhibit, St. Louis Community College at Meramec

1998 Faculty Exhibit, St. Louis Community College at Meramec

1993 Art St. Louis “Holiday Show”, St. Louis Design Center

1992 Lindenwood College Faculty Exhibit, Harry D. Hendren Gallery

1985 St. Louis Arts Festival Show

1983 Washington University Faculty Art Exhibit, Steinberg Gallery

1982 “St. Louis Visual Catalogue II”, St. Louis Art Museum
Faculty Exhibit, St. Louis Community College at Forest Park
Lindenwood College Faculty Exhibit, Harry D. Hendren Gallery

1981 MFA Thesis exhibition, Bixby Gallery, Washington University

WORKSHOPS / COMMUNITY PROGRAMS

Workshops:
• “Collograph” printmaking workshop with Michael Barnes at Frogman’s Workshop in Vermillion, South Dakota. Summer, 2003.

• “Reductive Woodblock” printmaking workshop, with Karen Kunc at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass, Colorado Summer, 2002.

• “Intaglio” printmaking workshop with Tim Berry at Anderson Ranch in Snowmass, Colorado.Summer 2001

• “Monotype” printmaking workshop with Tim Berry at Anderson Ranch in Snowmass, Colorado. Summer 2000

Programs:
• Produced a Visual Art Workshop “expressionistic drawing”, St. Louis Community College at Forest Park, 1983

• President of ACCA (Art Coordinating Council for the Area), 1979–81

• Project director and author of a grant for several ACCA programs funded by the Missouri Arts Council and the St. Louis Arts and Humanities

• Commission: A lecture series entitled “Regional Artmaking and The Art Climate in Four Cities” and “A Survival Kit for Artists,” a series of four programs, 1980–81

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
Organized and produced three AIGA exhibitions at the Meramec Art Gallery:
“It’s In the Cards” (1998), The “No Logo show” (1999) and “Show Us Your Stuff” (2000).

CONFERENCES ATTENDED
AIGA National Educational Conference, Fall 2004
AIGA National Design Conference, Fall 2003.
International Design Conference in Aspen (IDCA) Design Digital, Summer 1999
International Design Conference in Aspen (IDCA) The Culture of Hollywood, Summer 1998
AIGA National Design conference, The Design of Culture, the Culture of Design, Fall 1997

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA)

 

 

 

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