Marge Levy

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Marge Levy: , Earrings in letter beads and black elastic.
Earrings in letter beads and black elastic.
Exhibit: Louder than Words
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Marge Levy: Bone White Alphabet Necklace, Necklace in letter beads and black elastic. Approx 70-80" long. May be worn doubled or tripled.
Bone White Alphabet Necklace
Necklace in letter beads and black elastic. Approx 70-80" long. May be worn doubled or tripled.
Exhibit: Louder than Words
Item is available Available ($289.00)
Marge Levy: Red Letter Day Necklace, Necklace in letter beads and black elastic. Approx 70-80" long. May be worn doubled or tripled.
Red Letter Day Necklace
Necklace in letter beads and black elastic. Approx 70-80" long. May be worn doubled or tripled.
Exhibit: Louder than Words
Please inquire about availability Please inquire
Marge Levy: , Necklace in letter beads and black elastic. Approx 68" long. May be worn doubled or tripled.
Necklace in letter beads and black elastic. Approx 68" long. May be worn doubled or tripled.
Exhibit: Louder than Words
Please inquire about availability Please inquire

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Biographical Information for Marge Levy:


Residence: Seattle, WA

Teaching Experience:
Professor of Ceramics and Fine Arts at Purdue University (1969-1985)
Professor of Fine Arts and Dean of the School of Art and Design at the University of Michigan (1986-1991)

Professional Experience:
Executive Director of Pilchuck Glass School (1991-2000)
Independent consultant working with glass schools in Turkey and
Italy and with artists and organizations in Seattle. (2000)
Developed art and cultural tours in Seattle for the Museum of Modern Art, ArtTable, and affiliates of the San Francisco Museum of Modern, Art, the Smithsonian, and the University of Arizona.(2005)
Educational, curatorial, and development projects with PONCHO (Patrons of Northwest Cultural Organizations), On the Boards, and Pottery Northwest.
Docent at Seattle Art Museum (2006- )
Educational Advisory Council of the Bellevue Arts Museum, and of Off the Boards
Advisory Council to the independent creative performance center On the Boards.
Past president and fellow of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts
(President in 82-84) and co-chair of the NCECA SEATTLE 2012 ANNUAL CONFERENCE host
committee.


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