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Angela Fremont
New York, NY
Neighborhood: Bay Ridge



ARTIST STATEMENT: In April 2014, 276 girls, ages 11-15, were kidnapped from their school in Chibok Nigeria. I am a public school art teacher of young children in Brooklyn. This event struck me very hard. It felt like MY students had been abducted. It felt personal. I have been concentrating on making the girls for the past year. They are seated or standing on books, cut in half, the covers and spines painted black and wired together symbolizing their lost education. To date I have created 111 figures. Each figure is drawn, painted and numbered in a book where I am tracking my progress. The figures are also the subject of drypoint engravings I have been printing. I would like to show these figures, with interpretive text, calling attention to the trauma of women and girls, and teach workshops making clay figures, listening to the stories of the participants as they make their figures and recording those stories, bearing witness to the trauma of homelessness and domestic violence. Please see the website http://chibokproject.angelafremont.com for more photos and details.
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Angela Fremont-Appel

Residence: 40 Stuyvesant Street Studio: 293 NB-Callicoon Ctr. Rd
New York, N.Y. 10003 North Branch, NY 12766 646.894.4741
email: art@angelafremont.com Born: Miami, Fla.
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EDUCATION: Instituto Allende, ceramics intensive, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, 2018
Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, ceramics intensive, Maine, 2014
Hunter College, CUNY, continuing professional studies in ceramics, 2013-14
SUNY New Paltz, MA in Art Studio, 2008
Metropolitan Museum of Art. Museum Workshop Program, 1977-79.
New York University, MA program, 1977-78
Palazzo Grassi. New York University. Venice, Italy, 1976.
Apprentice to Michaelangelo Pistoletto, Venice Bienalle, 1976.
New York University. BA in studio art, cum laude, 1977.

PRESENTER:
• NAEA, National Conference, 25 Lessons for Making Art K-5, Seattle, March 2018
• UFT Citywide Early Childhood Conference, Making Art K-2, March 2017, 2018
• UFT Citywide Elementary Conference, Painting with the Little Folks, April 2017, 2018
• NYC Art Teachers Association, workshop, Painting with the little folks K-5 and Formative Assessment Oct.27, 2017
• Andrade,H., Fremont, A., & Palma, M., Arts Assessment for Learning, National Council on Measurement in Education Conference, Lawrence, Kansas, September 2017.
• Panelist, Museum of the City of New York, “Art as Necessity,” March 2017
• UFT Teachers Training Workshop, Painting and Formative Assessment K-5, March 2017
• NYC Art Teachers Association, workshop, Painting and Formative Assessment with K-5, Oct.29, 2016
• Chancellor’s Principals Conference, co-presented with J. Capetanakis, “Maximizing Arts Professional Learning; Supporting teacher practice through inquiry and action research”, New York City, Feb.24, 2016.
• Andrade, H., & Fremont, A. (2015, December 16). Students in charge: Self-assessment and learning to learn. Webinar and related electronic media for Ed Week. http://www.edweek.org/ew/marketplace/webinars/webinars.html
• Keynote, NYC Art Educators Professional Development Day, “A NYC Art Teacher in China,” November 2015.
• Special Needs Arts Consortium, co-presented with J. Capetanakis, “Arts Practices with Special Needs Populations at PS 69,”, New York City, May 2014

DISTINCTIONS:
Fulbright-Hays Scholar, Summer Study in China, 2015
National Endowment for the Humanities Study Abroad Fellowship,
Oaxaca, Mexico, 2015 (declined)
Model Teacher for the Arts, NYC Department of Education, 2014-15
Residency, Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Deer Isle, Maine, 2014
Artist in Residence, Arles sur Tech, France, 2009
Residency, Eddie Adams Workshop, New York, 2008.
Fellow, Artcroft Foundation, Carlisle, Kentucky, 2008.
Grant, Metropolitan Life Foundation, School Art Program 2000.
Fellow, The MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, NH, August, 1998.
NYFA Artist-in-Residence, 1984-1987, Franklin Furnace, 1987.
Encore Award from the Arts&Business Council for creation of Materials for the Arts, 1983.
Grants from Committee for the Visual Arts, NYC, 1982, 1985, 1989.
Wake Forest University, visiting artist, Winston-Salem, NC, 1982.
Juror’s Choice, Alice Neel, New York University, 1976.


SOLO EXHIBITIONS:
1999 - Weber State University, Ogden, UT
1997 - Rome Art and Community Center, Rome, NY
1994 - Artists Space at Dance Theatre Workshop, New York City
1990 - Museum of the Hudson Highlands, Cornwall-on-Hudson, Bob Mangold juror
1989 - Lower Manhattan Cultural Council; Dixie Foam, New York City

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:
2018 – CAS Members exhibition, Livingston Manor, NY
2000-2003 – Open Studio Events, Studio 37, New York City.
2000 – Casa Italiana, NYC; Geoffrey Young Gallery, Gt.Barrington, MA.
1997 - Gallery 53, Cooperstown; Small Works, NYC, Patterson Sims, curator
1995 - Weber State University, Ogden, UT, Henry Barendse, curator
1992 - Artists Space, Godard Riverside, New York City; Jersey City State College
1991 - Lorence Monk Gallery, Gallery 626, New York City
1990 - Cork Gallery at Lincoln Center, Long Island University, New York
1989 - Museum of the Hudson Highlands, Bob Mangold, juror, 1st prize
1988 - Atlanta Children’s Memorial, Washington, DC; COLAB on Wall Street; 1986 - Central Hall Gallery, 3-person show; Malcolm X Center for Black Survival, Public Image Gallery, New York City
1985 - Ave.B Gallery, NYC; Silvermine Guild for the Arts, “New Talent,” Conn.
1984 - Wilson Arts Center, Rochester; Bronx River Arts Center, Bronx
1983 - Women’s Interart Ctr., NYC; COLAB and Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, DC; Artists for Nuclear Disarmament, Burlington, VT
1982 - Ericson Gallery, NYC Wildlife Museum, City Wildlife Projects, NYC; The Monument Redefined, Brooklyn, Emerging Artist Award;
1979-81 Fashion Moda, ABC No Rio, SUNY at Farmingdale, Annual Avant Garde Festival, Times Square Show, Wards Island Sculpture Invitational, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island; The Arsenal, NYC Parks Department, City Gallery at 2 Columbus Circle, Group Material, New York City

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY:
Contributor and Researcher, Arts Assessment for Learning, website: 2017
http://artsassessmentforlearning.org/project/papier-mache-sculpture/
http://artsassessmentforlearning.org/project/mural-drawing/
UFT Member Newspaper, Cover Feature Story, “At the Heart of Learning,” by D Callacci, Sept.2016
http://www.uft.org/feature-stories/heart-learning
The New Art Examiner, Summer 1990, by R.Costa.
The Daily News, May 8, 1989, “City Beat,” artist profile by Bill Bell.
Gallerie, Winter 1988, artist profile.
The New York Times, Sunday Arts & Leisure, Oct.3,1982, “Drawing a Bead on Public Monuments,” by G.Glueck.
The Village Voice, Art Beat, Nov.23, 1982, by R. Goldstein.


WORK:
Arts Connection, Digital DELLTA Project, Visual Arts specialist delivering professional development to Dist21 VA middle school teachers on a USDOE grant. 2017-present

New York City Department of Education, FineArt Specialist, Dist. 20, IS 201, PS 102, PS 247,
2002-03. District 20, PS 69 Vincent D. Grippo School, a Title 1 School, 2003-2017. Designated by the Chancellor as a Showcase School with a focus on Arts Integration. 2014-2017.
• Responsible for Visual Arts Education for all 870 K-5 students and School Arts Liaison, Dist20 Cohort, 2003-present as follows:
• Facilitator and Host School, Arts Mondays, a Professional Learning Community, Dist.20, 2015-18
• Co-facilitated a Professional Learning Community (PLC) of Visual Arts specialists, 2003-2015
• Gained expertise and knowledge of effective formative assessment practices through ALC Assessment Training Institute
• Developed strategies for collaborative inquiry around formative assessment practices and student learning
• Guided colleagues in development of Action Research Planning and reflection
• Administered and co-managed support for PLC in ARIS, the NYCDOE electronic sharing platform for teachers as well as VoiceThread to share teacher and student work
• Co-facilitated and hosted intervisitations among PLC members, 2003-2017
Professional Development Facilitator for NYCDOE Visual Arts Citywide, 2003-present.
• Co-planning and implementation of 3 annual professional development workshops in each year for NYC visual art teachers taking place in museums and schools, occasional museum docent as required
• Teacher Effectiveness Training for Staten Island, NY, 3 full day visual arts workshops 2017-18
• Keynote presenter (with two other visual arts teachers) to city visual arts teachers on values of formative assessment and intervisitations, Nov 2010
• Guide, Madison Avenue Gallery Walk, a city-wide event, 2008-10.

New York State Council on the Arts, State and Local Partnerships, Multiarts Center Specialist,
Special Events and Conference Planner, 1994-2001. Responsible for creating statewide directory of multidiscipline arts centers. Responsible for coordinating location, agenda, topics, speakers’ arrangements, rooming, travel, and food for annual three- day retreat for the Executive Directors of New York State’s Arts Centers. Helped in planning and creation of New York State Multiarts Center Coalition, (NYMAC), an advocacy organization developed to represent the interests and concerns of its’ membership.
Coordinator for Statewide Community Artist-in-Residence Project, 1995-1998.

Corlears School, Teaching Artist in Residence, 2001-2002. PreK-4th grade, specializing in the use of Reggio-Emilia educational model in which children’s voices and questions inspire curriculum development.

Studio in a School, Artist in Residence, Artist/Instructor/Mentor
PS 121, Dist.11, Bronx,1991-1992; PS 200, Dist.20, Brooklyn, 1992-2001; PS 96, Dist.18, Bronx,1996; Staff Developer, PS 201, Dist.25, Dist.30, Queens: Dist.20, Brooklyn 1996-present.; City-wide professional staff developer for Project ARTS/Visual Arts and Literacy Training 1998-present; staff developer for Principal’s Leadership Institute, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1999. Member NYC Alliance for Teaching Artist and Staff Development, Lincoln Center Institute, Arts Connection, Studio in a School 2000-present. Artist Mentor, Dist.25, Dist.20, 1997-2001.

Franklin Furnace, New York Foundation for the Arts, AIR with City-as-School, performance workshop with Donna Henes, 1987

New York City Department of General Services, Operation GreenThumb, Program Founder and Director, Artists in the Gardens. 1984-85.
Created a program for artists to collaborate with community groups in executing public art projects in neighborhood gardens. Responsible for longterm planning, grant applications, panel selection, garden selection, pairing of artists with community groups and City Arts Commission approval of projects.

Felician College, Lodi, New Jersey. Adjunct Faculty, Art Department, 1980-1988. Taught introductory painting and drawing.

New York City Department of Cultural Affairs. Program Founder and Director, Materials for the Arts. 1977-1983.
Created the country’s first centralized source for matching available material resources with the city’s artists and arts organizations. Responsible for staff of 6 plus volunteers and interns, trucking and warehouse supervision, longterm planning, financial security, reporting to city, state and federal and private foundation funding sources, publications, advertising, special events (exhibitions), public relations.



CURATORIAL:
“Kidsarts in the Apple,” World Financial Center, New York City, K-6, 1987. An exhibition of artwork representing the city’s arts programs in public schools including works from the Channel 13 Collection, Printmaking Workshop, ArtsConnection, Studio in a School, Learning to Read Through the Arts Guggenheim program, Teachers and Writers, and dozens of others.
“Spare Parts,” City Gallery and Central Park. 1983. An exhibition of artwork by 83 artists made from donated materials. Catalogue with introduction by Henry Geldzahler.
“The Coney Island Show,” September 1981. A 3-day public art event involving 200 visual and performing artists, Coney Island.
“Animals in the Arsenal,” 1981. A pioneer exhibition in the Central Park Zoo, followed in 1982 and 1983 by two exhibitions of the same name. Catalogue.
Drawing curator to Abraham Rattner’s private collection. 1976-1977.

ADDITIONAL DISTINCTIONS:
Selected as outstanding benchmarks for in 2nd and 5th gr, Blueprint for the Visual Arts, 2007 and Revised edition 2015
Catalog cover and announcement for PS Art 2006 Student work
1st Place Faculty Spelling Bee, PS 69, 2004, 2005.
Licensed New York State Department of Education Art Specialist K-12, 2003.
Co-Chair, IS89 Parent Teachers Assoc, 2001-2002.
Executive Board, Stuyvesant High School Parents Assoc, 1999-2003.
Manager, Greenwich Village Little League 1991, Downtown Little League 1993,94,96,97,98
Juror’s Choice, Bob Mangold, Museum of the Hudson Highlands, 1989.
Panelist, The ArtsConnection, 1985, 1987.
New York State Artist-in-Residence, NY Foundation for the Arts, 1984-l987.
Encore Award from the Arts & Business Council for creation of Materials for the Arts, October 1983.
Grants from Committee for the Visual Arts, New York City, 1982, 1985, 1989.
Commission for NYC Wildlife Museum, New York City, 1982.
Visiting Artist, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, 1982.
Juror’s Choice, Henry Geldzahler, Grace Glueck, The Monument Redefined, Bklyn, 1982.
Juror’s Choice, Alice Neel, New York University, 1976.
Academic scholarships 1975, l976, 1977; prizes l976, 1977, New York University.
Quit smoking October 16, 1976.
Junior Miss Savannah, 1968.

WEB SITES:
http://chibokproject.angelafremont.com
http://www.angelafremont.com


Memberships:
National Council on Education in the Ceramic Arts
National Arts Education Association
New York State Art Educators Association

PERSONAL INFORMATION
Date of Birth 03/27/1951
Place of Birth Miami, Florida
U.S. Citizen
Gender Female





 








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