Barbara Nessim Catalogue
Barbara Nessim
Chronology
1960-1998
Over 200 awards for excellence in fine art & illustration, The Society of Illustrators, American Illustration and many more.
 
1967-1987
The School of Visual Arts - Instructor of Drawing, Painting, Graphic Design and Visual Concepts.
 
1975
Guest Artist for Week's Seminar, Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, Ohio.
 
1976-1984
Pratt Institute - Instructor in Visual Concepts.
 
1976-1992
Fashion Institute of Technology - Instructor in Drawing and Illustration.
 
1978
Lecture/Slide Show/Week-long Artist in Residence, The Columbus College of Art & Design, Columbus, Ohio.
 
1981
Lecture/Slide Show/Seminar/Week-long Artist in Residence, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri.
 
Invited to do three lithographs in Zurich, Switzerland. (Printer Mattieu) worked on stone - each print employed seven stones and 10 to 12 colors size - 22"x30". Editions Limit 100, 90, 90. Also did two smaller lithographs.
 
1981-1983
Time Inc. Video Information Services – To Learn/Use Computers To Create Art.
 
1984-1986
ACADE (Association for Computer Art and Design Education), Vice President and board member.
 
1986
Lecture/Slide Show/Artist in Residence, University of Wisconsin Eau Claire-Spn. Iowa Arts Council, March 10-11.
 
1986-1988
Computer Arts Discipline/Graphic Artists Guild.
 
1987
The Raymond J. Wean Mem. Lectureship Program, Youngstown State University, Youngstown, Ohio, April.
 
1987-1989
NCGA/SAS (National Computer Graphics Assoc./Special Arts Section), Board member and Treasurer.
 
1987-1992
The School of Visual Arts - Masters Program for Computer Art - Portfolio Class - Instructor.
 
1989
New American Talent '89/'90 "Juror's Choice Award" Juror John Caldwell, Cur. MoMA, San Francisco, CA.
 
Lecture/Workshop Series - Art Litho Program -Maryland Institute College Of Art, Baltimore, Maryland, March.
 
1990
Mac World "Macintosh Masters Art Contest" Honors.
 
2nd International Digitart Competition. First Prize 45,000 Forints - Exhibition: Ernst Museum, Budapest, Hungary.
 
Lecture/Workshop, Atlanta College Of Art, Atlanta, Georgia, March.
 
Lecture/Week-long Artist in Residence, California State University "Summer Arts Program". Humbolt, California, July.
 
1991-1992
Center for Creative Imaging -Kodak/Adobe/Apple Computer Workshop, Cadmen, Maine, May.
 
1991-1994
Aldus Corporation computer software, Advisory Board Member.
 
1992-2004
Parsons School of Design - Chairperson of the Illustration Department.
 
1993
Lecture/Exhibition, Arizona State University. Tempe, Arizona, October.
 
1995
Special Recognition Award-Graphic Artist Guild.
 
1996-1999
Radio Active Chicago Magazine, Advisory Board Member.
 
1997-present
Society of Illustrators Educational Conference for the Education of an Illustrator, Advisory Board Member.
 
1998
International New Media Design Festival, “Public Intimacy” www/Multimedia, Honorable Mention, May 2.
 
Siggraph Pioneer Deck of Cards - 25th Annual Conference.
 
SPD Merit Award, New York Times Magazine Cover: "Breast Cancer at 35: A Diary of Youth and Loss,” March.
 
1999
Applied Arts Annual 99, American Illustration 18 Competition Award.
 
1999-2003
NY Foundation of The Arts, (NYFA) Computer Arts Advisor.
 
1999-2006
Norman Rockwell Museum, Board of Trustees Member.
 
2004
Commission: Two digital paintings, (70" x 54" each) commissioned for lobby of new luxury rental building at 600 Washington Street, NYC, titled "Curious Secret" and "Unspoken Home".
 
2004-2005
Parsons School of Design - Instructor in Visual Concepts, Drawing and Painting.
 
2005
Communication Arts Illustration Annual 46 Award.
 
“Postcards from the Edge,” Invitational 8th Annual Visual AIDS Benefit hosted at Robert Miller Gallery, Cur. Nelson Santos, New York, New York, October 17–18.
 
2006-Present
Foster Pride, Board Member.
 
Creative Quaterly, Advisory Board Member.
 
2007
Commission: Three digital paintings (two 12' x 13' each, one 49.25" x 53") commissioned for lobby and common area of Centria, at 18 West 48th Street, NYC, titled "A Trinity of Sages," "The Night is Silent," and "Personal Number". (Permanant Installation)
 
2009
The artist is honored by the Norman Rockwell Museum as their first Artist Laureate. September 26, 2009, 5:00pm, Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, Massachusetts.
 
Commission: Multiple large murals (13 digital prints on aluminum) commissioned for eVenti, a Kimpton Hotel, 851 6th Avenue, New York, New York. (Permanent installation)
 
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