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Gabriel M. Fennmore-Anderson

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Gabriel M. Fennmore-Anderson

Meet Gabriel M. Fennmore-Anderson

Assistant Professor, First Year Studies

Education: 1989 The University of Cincinnati, BFA
1992 The Texas Woman’s University, MFA
2003 The Ohio State University, Ph.D.

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Courses Taught: First Year Seminar I and II
Marketing You
Creativity and Innovation
Art for Teachers
Theories of Art/Aesthetics throughout History
Critical Dialogue in Our Own Time
Visual Arts Today
Art Appreciation
Aesthetics in Art History and Art Education
Philosophies of Art, Education and Literature
Seminar in Art History for Art and Education Environments
Curriculum Design for Art History

Career Specialties: Gabriel Fennmore-Anderson’s doctorate is in arts administration, education and policy; her emphasis is program and curriculum development within the visual and performing arts. Her scholarly interest supports and promotes interdisciplinary integration of cultural art forms as a learning tool across diverse subject matter and curriculum.

Professional and Community Activities: Fennmore-Anderson has 18 years of teaching and research within public and private university environments, including corporate collegiate education departments such as The Walt Disney Company’s professional Education Internships and Programs division. She is active in various community arts education organizations and local museum programs in the Central Florida area. She has been a professional art juror and critic for local and regional visual art exhibitions and academic scholarship programs. Her publications include: (2008) Visual Awareness as Interpreted Through Critical Thinking and (2009) Teaching Concepts of Human Resources through Contemporary Art.

Honors and Awards: Awarded the Villanova sculpture project design, execution and installation for St. Thomas University’s meditation garden. Villanova Hall. Miami Gardens, FL 

2006 St. Thomas University Presidential Award Recipient for Faculty Development  

2005 St. Thomas University Presidential Award Recipient for Faculty Development

2000 Grant Recipient from the Columbus Housing Partnership Association

Artworks selected for exhibition: "Expanded Visions: Art and Technology," The Schumacher Gallery; Capital University, Columbus, OH