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2000

FMU professors keep busy with professional activities

Cherry presents paper

Suzanne Cherry, Ph.D., assistant professor of education and English at Francis Marion University, presented a paper entitled “South Carolina Speaks Out: Using Research to Help Teachers Find Voice,” at the annual conference of the South Carolina Educators for the Practical Use of Research conference in Columbia in February.

Goodman is spokesman; exhibits work

 Donna Goodman, Ph.D., Francis Marion University professor of art and education, was selected to represent and act as spokesperson for Art Education for the state of South Carolina at the eleventh annual Higher Education Forum at the College of Charleston in January.

The forum focused on preparing art, music, theater, and dance teachers, K-12, in South Carolina. “Theme and Variation” was structured on the S.C. Visual and Performing Arts Frameworks and their relation to the National Standards in Visual and Performing Arts as used in teacher preparation. 

In the last four months, Goodman’s digital artwork has been selected for several juried exhibits ranging from international to local shows. These include The Second Annual Digital Art International Juried Exhibition, Period Gallery, Omaha, Neb.; The Nude 2000, Loudin House Gallery, Lexington, Ky.; Countdown, Gallery 212, Ann Arbor, Mich.; The 2000 Electronic Gallery Exhibit, NAEA Gallery, Getty Museum of Art, Los Angeles; A Place in Time, University of South Carolina, McKissick Museum Invitational, Columbia; Juried Show 2000, Waccamaw Arts Guild, Myrtle Beach; The Florence Museum Statewide Juried Exhibition, 2000, and the Pee Dee Regional Exhibition, Florence; Florence Artists Guild Exhibitions, Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County, Camden; and the Francis Marion University Gallery.

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Last Published: June 7, 2004 12:57 PM
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