Lynda Benglis Catalogue
Lynda Benglis
Chronology
1959-1963
McNeese College, Lake Charles, studies art and philosophy.
 
1963
Yale-Norfolk Scholarship.
 
1964-1965
Brooklyn Museum School of Art.
 
1965
Max Backman Scholarship, The Brooklyn Museum.
 
1970-1972
Assistant Professor of Sculpture, University of Rochester, New York.
 
1972
Visiting Artist, Yale-Norfolk Summer School.
 
1972-1973
Assistant Professor, Hunter College, New York.
 
1974
Visiting Professor, California Institute of the Arts.
 
1975
Guggenheim Fellowship.
 
Visiting Professor, Princeton University.
 
1976
Artpark Grant.
 
Australian Art Council Award.
 
Visiting Professor, California Institute of the Arts.
 
1977
Visiting Artist, Kent State University, Ohio.
 
1979
National Endowment for the Arts Grant.
 
Visiting Artist, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture.
 
1982
Visiting Professor, University of Arizona Department of Art, Tucson.
 
1985-1986
Visiting Professor, School of Visual Arts, Fine Arts Workshop, New York.
 
1988
Minos Beach Art Symposium.
 
Delphi Art Symposium.
 
Olympiad of Art Sculpture Park, Korea.
 
1989
National Council of Art Administration.
 
1990
National Endowment for the Arts.
 
1993
Santa Fe Institute of Fine Arts, Sante Fe, New Mexico (teaching).
 
1994
Santa Fe Institute of Fine Arts, Sante Fe, New Mexico (teaching).
 
College of Santa Fe (teaching).
 
Yale University, Senior Critic.
 
1995
College of Santa Fe (teaching).
 
1996
Santa Fe Institute of Fine Arts, Sante Fe, New Mexico.
 
1997-1998
Quinnipiac College, Hamden, Connecticut (teaching).
 
1998-1999
Quinnipiac College, Hamden, Connecticut (teaching).
 
1999
Visiting Artist, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture.
 
2000
Honorary Doctorate, Kansas City Art Institute.
 
2005
Katrina Art Auction: PROJECT HEAL, organized by Cheim & Read Gallery, Christian Patterson of the Eggleston Artistic Trust, and Livet Reichard Company, Inc. November 5-15.
 
2006
Jimmy Ernst Award in Art, American Academy of Arts and Letters. New York, New York, May 17.
 
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