Linda Brazeau

Curriculum Vitae

Linda Brazeau

PhD, Director, UWM Art Collection and Galleries
Office: Mitchell Hall 170
Phone: (414) 229-4340
E-mail: brazeaul@uwm.edu
Office Hours: By appointment

Research and Teaching Interests

Education:

2002   Ph.D., The Graduate School, City University of New York.
Major: 19th/20th Century American Art and Architecture.
Dissertation: "The Visionaries": Archer and Anna Hyatt Huntington, Patrons of American Sculpture.
1984   M.A., Art History, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Fields of Concentration: American and Non-Western Art.
1974   M.S., Anthropology, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Minor concentration in Museology.
1972   B.A., Anthropology, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Teaching Experience:

2004-Present   Curator of Visual Resources, Art History Department, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
1997-Present   Senior Lecturer, Art History Department, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
1997-2004   Adjunct Assistant Professor, History Department, Marquette University.
1997-98, 2002   Lecturer, Art Department, Mount Mary College.
1995-1998   Lecturer, Art History Department, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
1981-1985   Lecturer in Anthropology, University of Wisconsin-Washington County.
1983   Teaching Assistant, Art History Department, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
1982   Lecturer in Anthropology, University of Wisconsin-Sheboygan County.
1978-1981   Lecturer in Anthropology, University of Wisconsin-Waukesha County.
1976-77, 1979   Lecturer in Anthropology, University of Wisconsin-Washington County.

Fellowships, Grants, Honors:

2006   UWM Foundation Award
1999-2000   Recipient, Mellon Award, Teaching Enhancement Grant, Marquette University
1997   Spero-Goldreich Dissertation Fellowship, Ph.D. Program in Art History, CUNY
1984   Wisconsin Humanities Committee, 1984, Exhibition Grant for "Melanesian Art: Dialogue with the Spirits"
1984   Phi Kappa Phi

Exhibition Installations:

Burnett County Historical Society Museum, design and installation of exhibits, 1982

University Art Museum, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (1983-84):
"Selections from the Joseph and Irma Uihlein Bequest"
"University Art Museum Inaugural Installation"
"The Layton School of Art Legacy"
"Art Department Faculty Exhibition"
"Eli Bornstein: Selected Works 1957-1980"
"Wisconsin Art Education Association Membership Exhibition: Teacher's Show"
"Melanesian Art: Dialogue with the Spirits"
"Five Suites of Prints: Contemporary American"
"Ancient Art from Milwaukee Collections"

Publications:

From Marble into Bronze: Transformations in American Sculpture, exh. cat. University Art Museum, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1990.

Art of an Emergent Nation, American Painting 1775-1865, exh cat. University Art Museum, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1988.

Melanesian Art: Dialogue with the Spirits, exh.cat. University Art Museum, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1984.


 
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