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  International Academy of Ceramics, Ariana Museum, Genève, Switzerland, Vice President, Dublin, Ireland, September 2014-2020.
 
  International Academy of Ceramics, Ariana Museum, Genève, Switzerland, Elected North American Council Representative,
  2013-2019.

  The Clay Art Center, Port Chester, New York, Board of Trustees 2012- present

  Keramikmuseum Westerwald, Hohr-Grenzhausen, Germany Juror of the International
  Competition: The Figure, Sculpture in Ceramics, April 22-27, 2013.

   Community Service, Firing the Bones for the NYU student activists participating in the One
   Million Bones Project, National Mall, Washington D.C. June 8-10, 2013.

   Radio Interview: Public radio on Culture with Eleanor Flegg. Go to:
  
http://t.co/mDQcRTZ4, October 2011.

   Evaluator Bloomsbury Publishing, London, England, October 2013, 2014.

   Arts Westchester, Board of Trustees, Council for the Arts, 2009-2012. Arts and Grants committee.

   Korean Ceramic Exposition Foundation (KOCEF), International Advisory Board, 2010–2011.

   Westchester Arts Council “All Fired Up!: A Celebration of Clay in Westchester” set for October3–November 30,  2008.
   Development consultant and curator of more than 15 venues for a countywide series of events including symposia,
   teacher workshops, demonstrations, exhibitions, and public awareness/participation.

   World Ceramic Exposition Foundation (WOCEF), Advisory Board, 2005–2009.

   ArtTable, Elected to membership, Committee responsibility ArtCORPS, March 2004.

   Museum of Glass & Ceramics,  Portland, ME, Advisory Board, February 2004.

   The National K-12 Ceramic Exhibition Foundation, Member of the Board. 2003–2005.

   Jingdezhen 2004: 1000 Years Celebration of Porcelain, Advisory committee for Planning International event, China, 2004.

   Jingdezhen Sanbao Ceramic Art Institute, Jingdezhen, China, Advisory Board, 2000–current.

   The International Museum of Ceramic Art: New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University, Alfred, NY,
    Board Of Trustees, 1998–present.

   American Craft Museum, Exhibitions Advisory Group, 1997.

   Ceramic Millennium Project '99, Amsterdam, Advisory Committee, 1997.

   Everson Ceramic Study Center, Organizing Committee, 1994.

   Tonk Foundation, The Netherlands Ceramic Organization, Advisory Committee, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, Editor,
   "Dutch Ceramics,” 1993.

   Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts, Edgecomb, ME, Board of Directors, 1991–95. President, 1995–97.

   Studio Potter Foundation, Goffstown, NH, Board of Trustees, 1986–present.

   Greenwich House Pottery, New York, Board, 1986-90.

   Department of Cultural Affairs, City of New York.  Mayor's Appointment to the Artists' Certification Committee, 1980–86.
   Reappointed, 1987–90.

   International Academy of Ceramics, Elected to membership, Madrid, Spain, 1986–present.

   American Ceramic Art Society. Honorary membership, 1986.

   University Council for Art Education: President, 1982–86, Vice President, 1980–82, Treasurer, 1978–80     

   Integrated Arts Program, Mineola School District: Visiting Artist, 1974–77.

   Institute for the Study of Art in Education, Membership Chairperson and elected Board Member, 1973–76. 

    Professor, New York University, Department of Art and Art Professions, Area Head: Sculpture in Craft Media: Clay, Glass,
   Metals, Fiber

   Consultant: World Organization Ceramic Education Foundation (WOCEF), Icheon, Korea, 2005–09.

   Director, Doctoral Studies, New York University, Department of Art and Art Professions, 2004-2007.

   President, Board of Trustees, Museum of Ceramic Art, NY, 2001–current. Consultant: All Fired Up! Westchester
   Council for the Arts, 2007-current.

   Consultant: Westchester Teacher Institute. Ceramic Education: Innovation and Strategies in Clay. Westchester Community
   College, Westchester Art Workshop July 2008.

    Department of Art and Arts Professions, (September 1991 tenured), 1988–present.

    Director of Undergraduate Studies, New York University, Department of Art and Arts Professions, 1991–1997.

    Adjunct Associate Professor, Director/Sculpture, New York University, Department of Art and Art Education, 1984–1988.

    Ceramic and Educational Consultant, Lenox China Company, 1977–1983.

    Associate Professor, University Without Walls, Gallatin School, New York University, 1975–1983 and Art Advisor, 1983–present.

   Instructor, Division of Art and Art Education, New York University, 1970–1975, Director of Student Teaching,

   Co-Founder of S.I.T.E. Inc., (Sculpture In The Environment) and Educational Director, 1970.

   Recipient of the John D. Rockefeller III Funds' Arts in Education Award, 1969–1970.

 

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