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Morgan Page

Email Addresses
morgan.page@mwsu.edu
My Websites
portfolio site

Juanita and Ralph Harvey School of Visual Arts
Assistant Professor

Office Location
Fain Fine Arts Center C107
Office Hours

Tuesdays and Thursdays: 9AM to 1PM; Fridays by appointment.

Phone
Voice: (940) 397-2801
  Semester Course # Section Course Name Location Days / Times
Details Fall 2017 Art 2713, 3703, 3713, 4703 101 Graphic Design I-V Fain Fine Arts Center C115F
Details Fall 2017 Art 1333 101 Computers For Artists Fain Fine Arts Center C115F
Details Fall 2017 Art 1113 101 2D Design Fain Fine Arts Center C110
Details Spring 2017 Art 2713, 3703, 3713, 4703 Graphic Design I-V Fain Fine Arts Center C115F
Details Spring 2017 Art 1333 Computers For Artists Fain Fine Arts Center
Details Spring 2017 Art 1113 Two Dimensional Design Fain Fine Arts Center
Details Fall 2016 Art 2713, 3703, 3713, 4703 Graphic Design I-V Fain Fine Arts Center C115F
Details Fall 2016 Art 1333 Computers For Artists Fain Fine Arts Center
Details Fall 2016 Art 1113 Two Dimensional Design
Details Spring 2016 Art 2713, 3703, 3713, 4703 Graphic Design I-V Fain Fine Arts Center C115F
Details Spring 2016 Art 1333 Computers For Artists Fain Fine Arts Center
Details Spring 2016 Art 1113 Two Dimensional Design Fain Fine Arts Center
Details Fall 2015 ART1333 180 Computers For Artists Fain Fine Arts Center C115F

T/TR  5:00-7:50

Details Fall 2015 Art1113 101 2D Design Fain Fine Arts Center C115F

M/W 9:00-12:00

Details Fall 2015 Art 2713, 3703, 3713, 4703 101 Graphic Design I-VI Fain Fine Arts Center C115F

T/TR  2:00-4:50

Institution Degree Graduation Date
The University of Houston Bachelor of Fine Arts 2005
Rutgers University Master of Fine Arts 2008
Institution Position Start Date End Date
Rutgers University Part-time Lecturer 2006 Fall 2008 Spring
University of New Haven Adjunct Professor 2008 Fall 2010 Fall
University of Bridgeport Adjunct Professor 2008 Fall 2009 Spring
Naugatuck Valley Community College Adjunct Professor 2009 Fall 2012 Summer
Mitchell College Adjunct Professor 2009 Spring 2012 Summer
Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts Adjunct Professor 2011 Spring 2012 Fall
Lyon College Assistant Professor of Art 2012 Fall 2015 Spring

Exhibitions:

2016          PEDESTRIAN NARRATIVES, the Cox Creative Center (solo exhibition); Little Rock, AR       

                 SHOW & TELL FEMINIST COLLECTIVE, the Butler Center; Little Rock, AR

2015          TWO SMOKING BARRELS, Marshall Arts Gallery (two-person exhibition); Memphis, TN

                 SHOW & TELL FEMINIST COLLECTIVE, University of the Ozarks; Clarksville, AR

                 LUCK OF THE DRAW, Diverse Works        ; Houston, TX

2014          ARGENTA FELLOWS EXHIBITION, Argenta Arts Foundation; Little Rock, AR

                 GATE CITY ACTIVISM & ALTERED BOOKS, Elsewhere Museum; Greensboro, NC

                 SHOW & TELL FEMINIST COLLECTIVE, Kresge Gallery; Batesville, AR

                 LUCK OF THE DRAW, DiverseWorks; Houston, TX

                 STATE OF EMERGENCY (video screening), Davidson College Gallery; Davidson, NC

                 BLACK & WHITE Juried Photo Exhibition, Shirt Factory Gallery; Glens Fall, NY

2013          FRIENDS OF THE ARTS COUNCIL Exhibition, BAAC; Batesville, AR

                 SPACE / RETURN, Kresge Gallery; Batesville, AR

                 1st People’s Choice Award Show, Greenpoint Gallery; Brooklyn, NY

                 LUCK OF THE DRAW, DiverseWorks; Houston, TX

2012          The 99%, Wiseman Gallery; Grants Pass, OR

                 LUCK OF THE DRAW, DiverseWorks; Houston, TX

2011          PEDALTO TEXAS MISSION, UT Dallas; Dallas, TX

                 TELEPHONE, The Dirty, Dirty Gallery; Brooklyn, NY

2010          ANNUAL FACULTY ART EXHIBITION, GCC; New Haven, CT

                 DELEGATION & FACT FINDING MISSION, Culture Factory Polymer; Tallinn, Estonia

                 WISH YOU WERE HERE, A.I.R. Gallery; Brooklyn, NY       

2009          PSEUDONYMOUS, The Dirty, Dirty Gallery; Brooklyn, NY 

                 The PANEL, The Dirty, Dirty Gallery; Brooklyn, NY

2008          DEMOCRACY, Hungry’s; Houston, TX

                 NEW FACULTY SHOW, UNH Seton Art Gallery; West Haven, CT

                 LUCK OF THE DRAW, DiverseWorks; Houston, TX

                 FRESH MEAT, YOUNG BLOOD, The Shore Institute of Contemporary Art; Long Branch, NJ

                 A RATHER ROUND TABLE: Graduate Thesis Exhibition; New Brunswick, NJ

                 PARTICIPATORY MUSEUM LAB, South Street Seaport Center For the Art; New York, NY

                 ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE Exhibition, The Newark Museum; Newark, NJ

2007          The SCAVENGER HUNTER’S COOKBOOK, Colab Arts; Highland Park, NJ

                 ANNUAL NEWARK GALLERY CRAWL, The Newark Museum; Newark, NJ

                 WELCOME BACK SHOW, Rutgers University; New Brunswick, NJ

                 GULLIVER AND FRIENDS MAKE MUSIC, Jersey City Museum; Jersey City, NJ

2005          LUCK OF THE DRAW, DiverseWorks; Houston, TX

                 THIRTEEN, Negative Space Gallery; Houston, TX

2004          ANNUAL BFA SHOW, Blaffer Gallery; Houston, TX

                 THIS IS NOT A LANDSCAPE, River Oaks Theater; Houston, TX

2003          ANNUAL STUDENT SCULPTURE SHOW, North Harris College; Houston, TX

Publications:

Holmes, Angelica. “Art Review: Two Smoking Barrels’”; Number Inc., Issue 82: Criticism and Aesthetics 2015, Memphis, TN

Koeppel, Fredric. “Art Review: ‘Two Smoking Barrels’ at Marshall Arts Provides Two Takes on Gun Violence.”; The Commercial Appeal. N.p., 4 Mar. 2015. Web. 5 Mar. 2015. <http://www.commercialappeal.com>.

Page, M. Gate City Activism © 2014 by Elsewhere Museum. Compact disc

Page, M. Feminism and Forming Art Collectives, Number:  Inc., Issue 78:  Pitfalls and Progress 2014, Memphis,  TN

Russotti, T. Mission Report: The Fact Finding Mission, Estonia, The Pedalto Institute for Incorporated  Art 2011, Tallinn, Estonia

Reagan, T. Rutgers Class of 2008:  Ten Grads to Watch, Rutgers Media Relations: News Release, May 9, 2008, New Brunswick, NJ

Albin, M. Three New Artists Selected for 2008 Adolf Konrad Residency Program, Access: The Newark Museum,  Issue 1, 2.1 (2008), Newark, NJ

Young, A. Interview, National  Public Radio, KUHF, April 25, 2005,  Houston,  TX

Honors & Awards:

Artist Inc. Fellowship, Argenta Arts Foundation & M-AAA;

Elsewhere Living Museum, Residency

Lyon College Faculty Travel Grant (summer)

Lyon College Faculty Travel Grant (fall)

Art History Fellowship, The Kress Foundation

Lyon College Faculty Travel Grant (summer)

Photography Curricular Grant, Mitchell College

Paul Robeson Emerging Artist Award, Paul Robeson Center

Adolph Konrad Artist-In-Residence Award, Newark Museum

JP Morgan Chase Museum Studies Internship Award; Jersey City, NJ  (1 of 3 finalists)