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GINA DOMINIQUE HERSEY
gdominiq@gmail.com


EDUCATION
1995 MFA cum laude, Art Studio major, Art History minor
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque

1995 Post Graduate Studies, Women’s Studies and Gender
Studies, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque

1994 Tamarind Collaborative Lithography Workshop
Tamarind Institute, Albuquerque

1983 BFA cum laude, Art Studio
Corcoran School of Art & Design, George Washington
University, DC

1979-1981 Art Studio
Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh

1978 Pennsylvania Governor’s School for the Arts
Bucknell University, Lewisburg


ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS
2011
Platonic Solids, Delta College Gallery, accompanying public lecture, University Center

2007
Alchemical Painting, Northwood University Gallery, Midland

2006
Recent Work, Delta College Gallery, accompanying public lecture, University Center

2004
Gina Dominique, Studio 23, Bay City

2003
Yantras, on the walls, The Shala, New York

Paintings and Drawings, Northwood University Gallery, Midland

Gina Dominique, Nielsen Gallery, Bay City

2002
Digital Photographs, Nielson Gallery, Bay City

2000
New Work, accompanying gallery talk, reviewed, pictured, Delta College Gallery, University Center

1995
The Kissing Chair, accompanying public lecture, catalog of exhibition, University Art Museum, Albuquerque

1992
Monoprints, Art Center Gallery, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle


SELECTED TWO-PERSON AND GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2015
Lehman College Art Faculty Exhibition, Lehman College Art Gallery, City University of New York, New York

2014
Herbert H. Lehman Juried Faculty Group Exhibition, Sigmund Balka curator, catalog, Krasdale Art Gallery, Bronx

2013
Lehman College Art Faculty Exhibition, Lehman College Art Gallery, City University of New York, New York

2012
Delta College Art Faculty Exhibition, Delta College Gallery, Delta College, University Center

Art in the Heart of the City, Art 4 All Exhibitions, Invitational, Sargent Exhibition Wing Gallery, Saginaw Art Museum, Saginaw

2011
Delta College and Saginaw Valley State University Art Faculty Exhibition Invitational, Midland Center for the Arts @ Alden B. Dow Museum of Science & Art, Midland

Mid-Michigan College Art Faculty Exhibition, Creative 360, Midland

2010
8th Anniversary Celebration, on the walls, The Shala, New York

Delta College Art Faculty Exhibition, Delta College Gallery, Delta College, University Center

Recollection: Selected Works featuring National and Great Lakes Bay Regional Artists, Sargent Exhibition Wing Gallery, invitational, Saginaw Art Museum, Saginaw

A Prayer for Juarez and the West Mesa, invitational, Gallery 1022, Albuquerque

2009
Art in the Heart of the City, Art Auction/Exhibition, Saginaw Art Museum, Saginaw

Delta College Art Faculty Exhibition, Delta College Art Gallery, reviewed, Delta College, University Center

2008
Delta College Art Faculty Exhibition, Delta College Art Gallery, reviewed, Delta College, University Center

Group Exhibition, invitational, Davidson Design, Saginaw

Affordable Art for the Home, invitational, reviewed, pictured, Studio 23, Bay City

They Practice What They Teach: A Selection of Recent Paintings from Michigan College and University Faculty, invitational, reviewed, catalog, pictured, Les Reker curator, Saginaw Art Museum, Saginaw

Giving Shelter, A sister exhibition to…The Cradle Project, invitational, reviewed, Deborah Gavel curator, 516 ARTS, Albuquerque

Monochrome; Orange ,invitational, University Art Gallery, Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls

2007
Linda Bronner, Gina Dominique and John McCormick, invitational, Davidson Design, Saginaw

Delta College Art Faculty Exhibition, Delta College Art Gallery, Delta College, University Center

Orange and Blue: Studies in Monochrome, invitational, Nancy Fyfe Cardozier Gallery, The University of Texas of the Permian Basin, Odessa

2006
Monochrome; Orange, invitational, reviewed, pictured, Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts, Lubbock

Third Annual Michigan Invitation: Photography, Saginaw Art Museum, catalog, Saginaw

2005
Gina Dominique & Nvram Golden, invitational, A City Studio, Bay City

Delta College Art Faculty Exhibition, Delta College Art Gallery, Delta College, University Center

2004
Delta College Art Faculty Exhibition, Delta College Art Gallery, Delta College, University Center

Delta College Art Faculty Exhibition, Saginaw Community Enrichment Center, Saginaw

Bay City Arts in Autumn, Bay City

2003
Delta College Art Faculty Exhibition, reviewed, pictured, Delta College Gallery, Delta College, University Center

Bay City Arts in Autumn, Bay City

2002
Delta College Art Faculty Exhibition, Delta College Gallery, Delta College, University Center

Northwood Gallery Group Exhibition, Linda Mathieu curator, Midland

2001
Delta College Art Faculty Exhibition, Delta College Gallery, Delta College, University Center

2000
Delta College Art Faculty Exhibition, Delta College Gallery, Delta College, University Center

1995
The Anatomy of Solitude, Volume III, invitational, Janet Maher curator, China Phoenix Gallery, Albuquerque

1994
The Anatomy of Solitude: Collaboration, invitational, Janet Maher curator, AUA Artspace, Albuquerque

1993
Power in Feminism, invitational, UNM Centennial Gallery, Albuquerque

1992
Prints and Processes, invitational, Eva Isaksen curator, Pratt Fine Arts Center, Seattle

1984
Ace Exhibits, invitational, reviewed by Benjamin Forgey, Washington Post, New Space, Washington


GRANTS, HONORS AND AWARDS
2013
Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs Grant, PI and recipient for Delta Sculpture Walk Expansion Team proposal

2012
Ormond Barstow-Ludo Frevel Scholarly Achievement Award, recipient, faculty peer award, Delta College, University Center

2010
Art + Design Curriculum Update Project Award, recipient, Sabbatical Leaves and Grants Committee, Delta College, University Center

2004
Instructional Media Grant, recipient, Faculty Center for Teaching Excellence, Delta College, University Center

2001
Central Michigan University Artist Award, recipient, juror, Michael Rooks, Curator Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago at Midland Center for the Arts, Midland

1994
Research, Projects and Travel Grant, recipient, Department of Art and Art History, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque

1992
Metro Outstanding Public Achievement Award, recipient, Seattle Metro, Seattle

1983
Alma Thomas Award for Painting, recipient, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington

Eugene Weiss Memorial Scholarship for Outstanding Achievement in Painting, recipient, Corcoran College of Art Design, Washington


ART COMMISSIONS
2017 Revolution Song: A Story of American Freedom by Russell
Shorto, six charcoal character portraits for online promotions

1992 Public Art Commission, Seattle Metro and Pratt Fine Arts
Center Mural Commission, Pratt Fine Arts Park, Seattle

Public Art Commission, Seattle Metro and Seattle Public
Schools Mural Commission, Washington Street, Seattle

1991 Public Art Commission, Seattle Metro and Seattle Public
Schools Mural Commission, Lake Washington Park, Seattle

Public Art Commission, Seattle Metro and Seattle Public
Schools Mural Commission, Atlantic Street Center, Seattle

Public Art Commission, Seattle Metro and South East
Neighborhood Project Mural Commission, I-90, Seattle


SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Haynes, Jessica. “Delta welcomes Sculpture Walk”, The Delta Collegiate, Jeri Gravlin photo credits, interviewed, (September 19, 2011): 4-5.

White, Sue. “Sculpture on campus”, The Saginaw News, MLive, and The Bay City Times, Jeff Schrier photo credits, mentioned (September 18, 2011): 1-2.

Brandt, Patti. “Art + Design = Promising Future: Draw from Innovative and Caring Faculty to Reach Goals,” Bay City Times, Career Focus, Feature, interviewed, pictured, Nancy Douglas photo credits (Spring/Fall 2010): 10-11.

Payne, Amy L. “Delta College show highlights the artwork of instructors,” Bay City Times, Entertainment, (December 18, 2008): Accessed online: mLIVE.

Martineau, Janet I. “Exhibition honors dozens of artworks,” Saginaw News, Arts & Entertainment (October 18, 2008): 3.

Johnson, Amy Jo. “Affordable artwork, the idea behind new Studio 23 show” The Bay City Times, Weekend Scene, pictured, mentioned, Jesse Dockett photo credit (August 7, 2008); C1.

Staff writer, “Local art instructors exhibit together,” Midland Daily
News, pictured, (June 19, 2008): Arts 1.

Ross, Alex, “Giving Shelter,” THE Magazine, (April 2008,): 57.

Dameron, Eva. “Artists lend skills to help African orphans,”
New Mexico, Daily Lobo, (Thursday, March 13, 2008): 7.

Mayfield, Dan. “Artists’ works, consciences fill ‘Shelter,’” mentioned, The Sunday Journal, Albuquerque, (March 9, 2008): F1.

Sweeten, Lana. “Color me happy MSU gallery to paint the town blue, and orange, with exhibits united by color,” TimesRecordNews.com (Saturday, March 1, 2008)

Art & Design featured guest, John Sauvé host, Grosse Pointe War Memorial television, Grosse Pointe

Rosin, Charlene. “Northwood Gallery Features “Alchemical Painting” by Gina Dominique,” featured, interviewed, pictured, Northwood University News, (February 21, 2007): 1.

Devries, Corinne. “A troll for all seasons, local creature is target of attention,” The Bay City Times, reviewed, work pictured (Tuesday, July 25, 2006): 3A.

Lee, Jeffrey. “Mixing It Up,” weekly, reviewed, AliBi (May 29-June 4,1996): 15.

Pulkka, Wesley. “Albuquerque Openings, “Kissing Chair,” announcement, pictured, Albuquerque Journal (Sunday, April 30, 1995): D4.

Pulkka, Wesley. “Tamarind Prints Testify to Artists’ Excellence,” reviewed, Albuquerque Journal (April 24, 1995): F7.

Pulkka, Wesley. “Personal/Universal Coexist in Offbeat Show,” reviewed, Albuquerque Journal (March 5, 1995): D1.

Bessold, Bobbe. “Collaborating is as good as sex…” reviewed, Crosswinds (December 1994): 23.

Pulkka, Wesley. “Art Review,” mentioned, NuCity (April 11, 1994): 12.

Staton, David. “Juried or Not, Graduate Work Worth Seeing,” mentioned, Albuquerque Journal (March 31, 1994): E24.

Staton, David. “Art Bits,” mentioned, Albuquerque Journal (March 31, 1994): E19.

Forgey, Benjamin. “The ACE of Arts,” Washington Post (March 31,
1984): G4.


ART COLLECTIONS
Green Oak Outdoor Sculpture Park, Brighton

Manistee Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition, Manistee

Private Collections, New York

Private Collections, Seattle

Private Collection, Grahamstown, South Africa

Saginaw Art Museum, Saginaw

University of New Mexico, Department of Art & Art History,
Albuquerque


ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE
2013-2016
Associate Dean, School of Arts and Humanities, Lehman College, City University of New York, New York City

2009-2013
Art Department Chair and Art + Design Program Manager, Delta College, University Center

1999-2013
Art History Area Coordinator, Delta College, University Center


TEACHING EXPERIENCE
2013-current Associate Professor of Art
Lehman College, City University of New York, New York
City

2012-2013 Professor of Art and Art History
Delta College, University Center

2006-2012 Associate Professor of Art and Art History
Delta College, University Center

2003-2006 Assistant Professor of Art and Art History, tenured 2003
Delta College, University Center

1999-2003 Instructor of Art and Art History
Delta College, University Center

1998-1999 Visiting Lecturer, Art History
University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, Johnstown

1998-1999 Adjunct Lecturer, Art and Art History
Cambria County Area Community College, Johnstown

1993-1995 Teaching Assistant, Studio Art
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque

1993 Graduate Assistant, Studio Art
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque


LECTURES, PRESENTATIONS, WORKSHOPS
2014
Imaging Women: Model, Muse, Image Maker, "Spring 2014 Women’s Studies Lecture Series", featured speaker, Lehman College, City University of New York, New York

2013
ETOM Annual Conference Committee, presenter, Humanities Division, Delta College, University Center

2012
English Honors Colloquy, Focus Group, panel member, Delta College, University Center

2011
Platonic Solids, academic slide lecture in conjunction with exhibition of same name, Delta College, University Center

2010
After Hours @ the Museum, Discussion on Contemporary “Fantasy” Art, two-artist panel member, Saginaw Art Museum, Saginaw

2009
Creating the Art + Design Program, session co-presenter with Professor Randal Crawford, Trends Conference, Grand Rapids

2008
Luscious, slide lecture on my current work, Museum Lunch Lecture Series, Saginaw Art Museum, Saginaw

A History of Western Painting, academic slide lecture, Museum Lunch Lecture Series, Saginaw Art Museum, Saginaw

Valuing the Pedagogy of Online Teaching: Substance Not Style, session co-presenter, Learning Days 2008, reviewed, pictured, Delta College Collegiate, University Center

2007
Delta Art Faculty Gallery Talk, in conjunction with Art Faculty Exhibit, Art Gallery, Delta College, University Center

2006
Gina Dominique, Recent Work, academic slide lecture in conjunction with exhibition of same name, Delta College, University Center

2004
Imaging Women, guest lecturer, Perceptions Foundation, Midland

Sacred Images, Sacred Women: the history of imaging women in western art since pre-historic times, guest lecturer, Winter and Spring semesters, Delta College, University Center

2002
Grooming Consumers: Target America’s Youth Culture, co-lecturer on the effects of contemporary media on US youth, Liberal Arts Network for Development, 17th Annual LAND Conference, Detroit

What is Art History?, invited speaker, Northeast Middle School, Midland

2001
Mooks and Midriffs, slide lecture, Global Awareness Program co-lecturer on youth culture and Media, Delta College, University Center

2000
History of the Sensuous Portrait, slide lecture at Midland Center for the Arts, Midland

The Historical Relationship Between Art and Technology, slide lecture and panel organizer/facilitator, panel: artist-in-residence Victor Maseyesva and Delta art faculty members Carol Adelman, Randal Crawford, and Lance Winn, Delta College, University Center

Global Awareness Bookend Panels, panel member, 4 Global Awareness Program co-chairs introduce and wrap up the program, Delta College, University Center

1999
Feminism on Campus, panel member, sponsored by Heretic, University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, Johnstown


PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION MEMBERSHIPS
1994-current College Art Association, New York
2015-2017 Whitney Museum of American Art, Founding Member, New York
2010-2013 Detroit Institute of Art Museum, Detroit
2007-2013 National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington