William T. Wiley Catalogue
William T. Wiley
Biography
1937
Born, October 21, in Bedford, Indiana.
1959
Wins painting prize at California School of Fine Arts, Los Angeles, California.
1960
Wins first prize in painting at Oakland Annual, Oakland, California.
Fletcher Award, California School of Fine Arts, Los Angeles, California.
Wins first prize at California School of Fine Arts.
1961
Receives Bachelor of Fine Arts from San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, California.
New Talent Award, Art in America.
1962
Receives Master of Fine Arts from San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, California.
Sculpture Prize, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, California.
Painting Prize, The Art Institute of Chicago, 65th Annual Exhibition, Chicago, Illinois.
1962-1973
Associate Professor, University of California at Davis. Davis, California.
1963
Teaching, San Francisco Art Institute. San Francisco, California.
1966-1967
Teaching, San Francisco Art Institute. San Francisco, California.
1967
Teaching, University of Nevada. Reno, Nevada.
Teaching, Washington State University. Pullman, Washington.
Teaching, University of California at Berkeley. Berkeley, California.
1968
Nealie Sullivan Award, San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, California.
Purchase Prize, The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, New York.
Creative Arts Award, University of California, Davis, California.
Teaching, School of Visual Art. New York, New York.
Teaching, University of Colorado. Boulder, Colorado.
1976
Bartels Prize, The Art Institute of Chicago, 72nd American Exhibition, Chicago, Illinois.
1980
Receives Australian Arts Council, a traveling grant.
2004
John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship Award, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, New York, New York.
2005
Lifetime Achievement Award, Southern Graphics International Conference, Washington, D.C.
2009
California Society of Printmakers, Honorary Membership.
2010
11th Annual Bay Area Treasure Award honoring William T. Wiley. Hosted by the Modern Art Council of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. San Francisco, California. November 10, 2010.
2011
Opening & Panel Discussion: A Landmark Don Quixote: Translator Edith Grossman, Artist William T. Wiley, and Designer Andrew Hoyem on Creating the 2010 Arion Press edition, Queen Sofia Spanish Institute. New York, New York. March 10, 6:00 pm.
Artist Conversations: William T. Wiley, conducted by David S. Rubin, The Brown Foundation Curator of Contemporary Art. San Antonio Museum of Art, San Antonio, Texas. March 13, 3 pm.
Lecture: Sarah Moody Gallery of Arts, University of Alabama. Tuscaloosa, Alabama. April 6, 6 pm.
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