American Art Review month and year: January-February 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 1)
author(s): Carolyn C. Robbins
title of American Art Review article: Carolyn C. Robbins: "A Century of Arizona Women Artists"
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From: Carolyn Robbins <car...
Date: Thu Feb 5, 2009 1:50:22 PM US/Pacific
Subject: Permission to reprint article published in American Art Review
This e-mail will confirm that you have my permission to reprint the article "A Century of Arizona Women Artists" in Resource Library, originally published in American Art Review. As requested, please see bio below:
Carolyn C. Robbins has served as curator of education at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art [SMoCA] since 1999, and was director of education at the Scottsdale Center for the Arts for 12 years. Ms. Robbins holds a Master of Arts degree in art history from Arizona State University. She is past-president of the Arizona Art Education Association and past-president of the Arizona Alliance for Arts Education. Ms Robbins curated the exhibition In Celebration: A Century of Arizona Women Artists for the Desert Caballeros Western Museum, Wickenburg, Arizona, and is co-author of the book Linda Carter Holman: the Evolution of a Self-Taught Painter (Red Shoe Studio, 2006).
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Carolyn C. Robbins
Curator of Education
Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art
7380 E. 2nd Street
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
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