Robin Gay Wakeland

Robin Gay Wakeland
College of Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico, M.Ed., 2009
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, BFA sculpture, 1972
UNM Los Alamos Branch, instructor, computer tech, Word for Windows, 662 5919, 1996
Santa Fe Community College, instructor, word processing, 471 8200, 1989
UNM Los Alamos Branch, instructor, computer tech, dBaseIII+, 662 5919, 1988
Santa Fe Business College, word processing tutorial (non-credit course), 1985-86
"Degradation in Chaco," La Crónica, New Mexico Historical Society, August 1989
Use of shell as money and other aesthetic values among Plains Indian costume and jewelry, ca. 1910", brown bag lecture, School of American Research, 1984
"Plains Indian Jewelry 1890-1910," Native American Art Studies Conference, Seattle, 1983, slide lecture
"Painted Muslin Ghost Dance Costumes of the Sioux, c. 1890," Fiberarts, January, 1981
"Architectural Traditions in Santa Fe, 1867-1980," curator, photo show, photos from Museum of New Mexico photo archives, 1980 Santa Fe Festival of the Arts
"Socorro Plaza Renovation," site drawings, photographs and writing for report to New Mexico state historic preservation office for approval of plaza plan, with José Yguado, landscape architect, Santa Fe, 1979
2009 Pecos Conference, Cortez, Colorado, poster presentation, “Petroglyph and Pictograph Iconography, 1,000 B.C.E. – 1600 C.E.”
“Natural Transformations,” group show, wall sculpture, City of Albuquerque, Kimo Theater Lobby, Albuquerque, New Mexico, April-June 2009
2008 Pecos Conference, Flagstaff, Arizona, poster presentation, photographs of native prehistoric architecture, Bandelier National Park, New Mexico
2007 New Mexico Archaeology Fair, Grants, NM, October 13, 2007, New Mexico Historic Preservation Division, 407 Galisteo Street, Suite 236, Santa Fe NM 87501, photo exhibit of Chaco Canyon and Bandelier prehistoric native architecture
2007 Pecos Conference, Pecos National Monument, New Mexico, August 9-12, 2007, poster photo exhibit “Degradation in Chaco”
3rd Annual Women’s International Peace Conference, Dallas, Texas, July 10-15, 2007, photographs in group show
Kansas City Artists Coalition, 22nd and 24th Annual Benefit Auction, bronze pendant and sculpture, Kansas City, MO, 2005, 2007
HAHA!, Whitney Young Cultural Center art show, lithographs and oil paintings on paper, San Francisco, CA 2004
University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, sculpture in permanent collection, 2007
New Mexico state department of health, graphic artist, posters and brochures, 1981-82
Socorro, New Mexico city plaza renovation, 1979, collaboration with Jose Yguado, landscape architect, design drawings for brick pavement and photos and writing report for approval by New Mexico State Historic Preservation Office

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