Established studio and residence in Paris, 1986-1988.

Established studio and residence in Tokyo, 1983-1984.



M.F.A., Art, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Graduate Workshop, University of Notre Dame

M.A., Art, University of Wisconsin-Madison

B.S., University of Wisconsin-Madison



De Ricci Gallery, Edgewood College, Ice Waves and Explorations, Madison, Wisconsin, January 1998.

Sakura Gallery, The Tender Cry of Wind. Nagoya, Japan, May, 1985.

Squibb Gallery, Wind Waves. Princeton, New Jersey, October, 1984.

Nagoya Junior College of Creative of Art, Waves of Washi. Nagoya, Japan,  June, 1984.

INAX Gallery, Paper Stream.  Tokyo, January, 1984.

American Center-Tokyo, Poetry of Land and Sky.  Tokyo, November, 1983.

Getler/Pall Gallery, Songs of the Inland Sea.  New York, April, 1982.

Carleton College, The Translucent Suspended Sculptures of Caroline Greenwald.

Northfield, Minnesota, April, l982.

Fendrick Gallery, High Winds of Wisconsin.  Washington, D.C., October, 1981.

Evanston Art Center.  Translucent Drawings in Handmade Paper.  Evanston, Illinois, September, 1980.

Getler/Pall Gallery.  Atmospheric Poems.  New York, February 1980.

Water Tower Gallery, Loyola University of Chicago.  Wordless Books.  Chicago, September, 1979.

Galeria Kin.  Obras en Papel Hecho a Mano.  Mexico City, February, 1979.

Cincinnati Academy of Art, Eden Park. Book Forms of Handmade Paper. Cincinnati, October, 1977.

Wisconsin Union Gallery, University of Wisconsin.  Works of Handmade Paper.  Madison, Wisconsin, August, 1977.

Source Gallery, Works of Translucent Paper.  San Francisco, March, 1977.

Humanities Gallery, University of Wisconsin.  Caroline Greenwald, Works of Paper. Madison, Wisconsin, June, 1975.



Generations of Art, Bellefonte Art Museum, Lemont, Pennsylvania, 2017.

Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse Number 1, Hot Head Works 2003, Yokohama, Japan, 2003.

Saitama Modern Art Museum, Wisconsin-Saitama Art Exchange, Saitama, Japan, 2002.

Tomioka Museum, Wisconsin-Saitama Art Exchange, Ohta-ku, Tokyo, Japan, 2002.

Gallery 734, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Summer With Sis, Madison, Wisconsin, 2001.

Memorial Union Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Artist of Japan and Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, 2000.

PanAesthetic Institute, River Works: Signals, Madison, Wisconsin, 1999.

Bergstrom-Mahler Museum, Paper: The State of Connection, Neenah, Wisconsin, 1998.

Labyrinth Creatives, Drawing the Labyrinth onto the Sky, Blue Mounds, Wisconsin, 1996.

Water Street Gallery, Group Exhibition, Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin, 1995.

Galeria, Millan, U.S.A. Within Limits, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1995.

Studio Galleria, American Artist Books, Budapest, Hungary, 1992.

Salle des Fêtes de la Mairie de Gentilly, Livres d’Artistes, Paris, 1992.

Textile Arts International, Inc., Percussion Textiles, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1992.

INAX Gallery, Contemporary Art of 80’s, 100 Forms, Tokyo, 1990.

Philadelphia Museum of Art, New Art of Paper, Philadelphia, 1988.

Leopold-Hoesch-Museum-Düren, Second International Biennale of Paper Art, Duren, West Germany, 1988.

Palais de Justice, Fête du Livre, Aix en Provence, France, 1988.

Galerie Caroline Corre, Le Livre dans Tous ses Etats, Paris, France, 1988.

Aubes 3935, Concours Internationale du Livres d’Artistes, Montreal, Quebec, 1986.

Center for Book Arts, New York.  Galerie Caroline Corre, Paris.  Touring December 1986 to March l987.

The Cleveland Museum of Art, Paper Now:  Bent, Molded and Manipulated, Cleveland, Ohio, November 1986 to January 1987.

Peter M. David Gallery, Caroline Greenwald and Maarj Roth,  Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1986.

Leopold-Hoesch-Museum-Düren, First International Biennale of Paper Art, Düren, West Germany, 1986.

Security Pacific National Bank, Art Expressions in Paper, Los Angeles, California, April to July 1986.

National Museum of American Art, Art, Design and the Modern Corporation: The Collection of the Container Corporation of America, Washington, D.C., October 1985 to January, 1986.

Bibliothéque Publique d’Information, Centre Georges Pompidou, Livre d’Artistes, Paris, 1985.

TransPacific Center, Fiberwork Exhibition, Oakland, California, 1983.

Amherst College, Paperwork Exhibition, Amherst, Massachusetts, 1983.

Galery Beni, Mini-Exhibition ’83, Kyoto, Japan, 1983.

Eve Mannes Gallery, Paper Exhibition, Atlanta, Georgia, 1983.

Getler/Pall Gallery, Gallery Artists, New York, 1983.

Fine Arts Museum of Long Island, The New Explosion:  Paper Art, Hempstead, New York, Touring 1982-1983.

Australian National Gallery, Opening Exhibition Australian National Gallery.  Canberra,  A.C.T., Australia, l982.

Arts Council of Great Britain, Paper as Image.  London.  Touring Great Britain, 1982.

American Craft Museum, Making Paper, Paper U.S.A. and the Handmade Paper Book.

New York:  American Crafts Museum, l982.

Touring the United States, l983-84.

International Traveling Exhibition, New American Paperworks.  Touring l982-1986.

University of Maryland Art Gallery, College Park, Maryland, September to October, 1986.

The Stamford Museum, Stamford, Connecticut, April to May 1986.

Weatherspoon Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, North Carolina, January to March 1986.

Huntsville Museum of Art, Huntsville, Alabama, November to January, 1986.

Minnesota Museum of Art, St. Paul, Minnesota, September to November, 1985.

Chicago Public Library Culture Center, Chicago, Illinois, May to July, 1985.

National Museum Art Gallery, Republic of Singapore, March 1984.

Taipei Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, Taiwan, December, l983 to January, 1984.

The Metropolitan Museum, Manila, The Philippines, October 1983.

Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong, August 1983.

Exhibition Hall, Central Library, Keimyung University, Taegu, The Republic of Korea, June 1983.

The Fine Arts Center of Korean Culture and Arts Foundation, Seoul, The Republic of Korea, May 1983.

The Shukosha Art Gallery, Fukuoka, Japan, April l983.

National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, Japan, February 1983.

Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, Alabama, September 1982.

Sarah Campbell Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston, Houston, Texas, June 1982.

Center for Book Arts, North American Hand Papermakers 1976, New York, 1982.

Museum of Applied Arts, Graphic Arts in America.  Belgrade, Yugoslavia, Traveling Exhibition 1981.

Centre International de la Tapisserie Ancienne et Modern Lausanne. 10th International Biennial of Tapestry.  Lausanne, Switzerland. 1981.

The New England Foundation for the Arts.  Re: Pages.  Touring Exhibition, 1980-81.

Rockland Center for the Arts.  Fire and Water, Paper as Art.  West Nyack, New York, 1980.

Alice Simsar Gallery.  Handmade Paperworks of the Seventies.  Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1979.

Seibu Museum of Art.  Artists’ Book Show U.S.A. Tokyo, 1979.

Visual Arts Center.  Handmade Paper Exhibition.  Beer-Sheva, Israel, 1979.

The Detroit Institute of Arts.  Art/Book/Art.  Detroit, Michigan, 1979.

Independent Curators Incorporated.  Artists’ Books U.S.A. Traveling Exhibition,  Touring 1978-1980.

Pratt Graphics Center.  Cast Paper.  New York, 1978.

Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service.  Paper as Medium.  Touring 1978-80.

National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution.  New Ways With Paper. Washington, D.C., 1977.



AMOCO Oil Company, Chicago, Illinois

Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

Australian National Gallery, Canberra, Australia

Bank of North Carolina, North Carolina

Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, France

Brunswick Corporation, Chicago, Illinois

Center for Book Arts, New York, New York

Container Corporation of America, Chicago, Illinois

Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut

Elvehjem Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin

Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, Indiana

International Paper Company, New York, New York

Library of Congress of the United States, Washington, D.C.

Madison Art Center, Madison, Wisconsin

Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Museo de Arte Moderno, Mexico City, Mexico

Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York

Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn, New York

National Museum of Art, Washington D.C.

Northwestern National Life, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Owens-Corning Fiberglass Corporation World Headquarters, Toledo, Ohio

Owens-Corning Fiberglass Tower, Toledo, Ohio

Owens Illinois, Toledo, Ohio

Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

St. Edwards University, Austin, Texas

United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C.

Wisconsin Union Art Collection, University of Wisconsin-Madison



Container Corporation of America.  Great Ideas Series Collection,

National Museum of American Art, Washington, D.C.

Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut

The National Council of Catholic Laity for the International Eucharist

Congress, 1976.  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The National Council of the Churches of Christ, New York, New York



The 20th International Women’s Writing Guild’s Summer Conference, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs,

New York, 1997

Residency, Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris, from the American Center, Paris, l986 through 1988

National Endowment for the Arts Visual Artist Fellowship Grant, 1983

Third International Hand Papermakers Conference, Center for Book Arts, New York, 1977





Field, Richard S., Griffiths, Anthony and Melto, Michel  PRINTS History of Art.  New York:  Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., 1981.

Heller, Jules.  Papermaking.  New York:  Watson-Guptill Publications, 1978.

Nakahara, Yusuke.  Contemporary Art of ’80s, 100 Forms.  Tokyo:  INAX 1990.

Thomas, Michel, Mainguy, Christine and Pommier, Sophie.  L’ART TEXTILE,  Broderies, Tapestries, Tissus, Sculptures.  Geneva, Switzerland, Skira Editions, 1985.  English Edition–translated from the French by Andre Marling, New York, Rizzoli International Publishers, 1986.

__________.  Female Artists, Past and Present, 1975 Supplement.  Berkeley:  Women’s History Research Center, 1975.

_________.  Paper Art and Technology.  Edited by Paulette Long and Robert

Levering.  San Francisco:  The World Print Council, 1978.

__________.  Who’s Who in America.  Chicago:  Marquis Who’s Who, Inc., since 1983.



Baskin, Gere.  Caroline Greenwald:  Tracing the Creative Experience.  Detroit, MIchigan:  Wayne State University, 1980.  (Unpublished Catalogue Raisonne).

Eimert, Dr. Dorothea.  First International Biennale of Paper Art.  Düren, West Germany: Leopold-Hoesch-

Museum-Düren, 1986.

Eimert, Dr. Dorothea.  Second International Biennale of Paper Art. Düren, West Germany: Leopold-Hoesch-   Museum-Düren, 1988.

Farmer, Jane M. New American Paperworks.  San Francisco:  World Print Council, 1981.

Farmer, Jane M. Paper as Medium.  Washington, D.C.:  Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, 1978.

Flint, Janet.  New Ways With Paper.  National Collection of Fine Arts, Washington, D.C.:  Smithsonian Institution     Press, 1978.

Flomenhaft, Eleanor.  The New Explosion:  Paper Art.  Hempstead, New York:  Fine Arts Museum of Long Island, 1982.

Gilmour, Pat and Willsford, Anne. Paper Work.  Canberra, Australia:  Australian National Gallery, 1982.

Jones, Lora.  Wind Waves.  Princeton, NJ:  The Squibb Gallery, 1984.

Lawson, Julia.  Paper as Image.  London:  Art Council of Great Britain, 1982.

Moeglin-Delcroix, Anne.  Livres d’Artistes.  Paris, Bibliothèque Publique d’Information, Centre Georges Pompidou, 1985.

Nakahara, Yusuke.  Paper Stream.  Tokyo:  INAX-Art News, INAX Gallery, 1984.

Norelli, Martina Roudabush.  Art, Design and the Modern Corporation.  Washington, D.C., Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution Press, 1985.

Richman, Gary.  Re:  Pages, An Exhibition of Contemporary American Bookworks.  Cambridge, Massachusetts:  New England Foundation for the Arts, Visual Arts Touring Program, 1980.

Smith, Paul J., Editor.  Making Paper, Paper U.S.A. and the Handmade Paper Book.  New York:  American Crafts Museum, l982.

Soterion, Alexandra.  Fire and Water Paper as Art:  The Visionary’s Tool for Transformation.  West Nyack, New York.  Rockland Center for the Arts, 1980.

Wantz, Justine.  Wordless Books, An Exhibition of Book Forms of Handmade Paper by Caroline Greenwald. Chicago, Illinois:  Loyola University, 1979.

_____.  Sincerely Cliff: H.C. Westermann, Readings from the Writer’s Place, Madison, Wisconsin,

Madison Art Center, 1997.

_____.  The Tender Cry of Wind.  Nagoya, Japan:  Sakura Gallery, l985.

_____.  10th Beinnale Internationale de la Tapisserie.  Lausanne, Switzerland:  Musee Cantonal des Beaux-Arts, 1981.

_____.  Artists Book Show U.S.A.  Toyko:  The Seibu Museum of Art, 1979.



Auer, James.  “Bergstrom Exhibition.”  Milwaukee Journal, February, 1975.

Byrne-Dodge, Teresa.  “Paperworks’–From Recipient Surface to Medium.”  Houston Chronicle,

June 13, 1981, p.11 AA.

Degener, Patricia, “Artists Discover a New Medium In An Ancient Craft Tradition.”  St. Louis Post-Dispatch,

August 15, 1982.

Dittmar, Peter.  “Frau Greenwald kam per Brief.”  Die Welt, Hamburg. July 27, 1981.

Elliott, David.  “The Art Season Blooms in a Bouquet of Shows.”  Chicago Sun Times.  October 5, 1980.

Grand, Paule-Marie,  “Dixieme Biennale de la Tapisserie a Lausanne.”  Le Monde,

July 2, 1981, p. 21.

Hegman, William R., “Looking at Art.”  Minneapolis Tribute, July 30, 1978.

Ishii, Yohji, Chubu Yomiuri Shinbun, Nagoya, Japan, June, l984.

Joysmith, Toby.  “The Gallery Goer: …Only a Paper World.”  The News, Mexico City, March 4, 1979.  No. 252. p.14.

Katz, Ruth J.  “Exhibits Feature Papermaking Art.”  The New York Times, June 17, 1982.

Lewis, Jo Ann.  “Artists’ Books, A Show for Browsing.”  The Washington Post, April 18, 1978, p. C8.

Lewis, Jo Ann.  “Art Lobbies:  Expanding the Halls of Frames.”  The Washington Post.  June 21, 1980,

Section F, p.2.

Lewis, Jo Ann.  “Fendrick Fantasies.”  The Washington Post.  November 12, 1981, p.C7.

Lewis, Jo Ann.  The Washington Post, January 13, 1979, p. B2.

Lynch, Kevin.  “Natural Canvas.”  The Capital Times, June 11, 1999, p.1.

McIntyre, Mary.  “Is There a Basis for Feminist Art?”  The Austin American Statesman, February 15, 1976, pp. 6-7.

Orendain, Teresita.  “American Paperworks Fly High at Metropolitan.”  Philippines Daily Express, Manila,

October 27, 1983.

Saint-Gilles, Amaury.  Mainichi Daily News, Tokyo, January 12, 1984.

Saint-Gilles, Amaury.  “Art:  People and Places.”  Mainichi Daily News, Tokyo, March 5, 1983.

Taylor, John Russell.  “Paper as Image.”  The Times, London, March 15, 1983.

Thoren, Barbara.  ‘Caroline Greenwald, “Paper Stream.”  The Japan Times, Toyko, January 15, 1984, The

Week in Art, p.9.

Wallach, Amei.  “Paper Worked into an Art Form.”  Newsday.  November 7, 1982.

Witt, Gary.  “Recent Media.”  City of Memphis, December 1977, P.2.

Zwickey, Virginia.  “Fragility and Power.”  Isthmus, Madison,  August, 1977.

__________.  “Caroline Greenwald Expone Desde Hoy.”  Excelsior, Mexico City, 22 February 14, 1979.

__________.  Cheju Iibo, Seoul, Korea, May 27, 1983.

__________.  Chung Chong Iibo, Seoul, Korea, May 27, 1983.

__________.  “New U.S. Paperworks Opens.”  Korean Times, Seoul, Korea, May 24, 1983.

__________.  Kyungnam Iibo, Seoul, Korea, May 28, 1983.

__________.  Montreal Gazette and Montreal Star, July, l972.



Akatsu, Tadashi.  “Japanese Paper, Breathing and Flowing.”  The Ikebana Ryusei, July, 1984.

Bornstein, Karen.  “Caroline Greenwald.”  The New Art Examiner – Midwest Edition, December, 1980, Vol.8, p.15.

Brody, Jacqueline.  “Caroline Greenwald, Folded Mountains.”  Multiples and Objects.  The Print Collector’s Newsletter.  Vol. XII, No.6, January-February, 1982, p.187.

Brody, Jacqueline.  “Caroline Greenwald, Wisconsin River Terrain, Map Series and Cloud Trails.”  Multiples and Objects and Artist’s Books.  The Print Collector’s Newsletter, January-February, 1979.

Brody, Jacqueline.  “Prints and Photographs Published.”  The Print Collector’s Newsletter,

January-February 1978, p. 184.

Brody, Jacqueline.  “Multiples and Objects and Books.”  The Print Collector’s Newsletter,

September-October 1977, p. 195.

Farmer, Jane M. “Prints and the Art of the Book in America.”  Print Review 13:  American Prints and Printmaking 1956-1981, Pratt Graphics Center 25th Anniversary Issue, 1981.

Farmer, Jane.  “Poems of Land and Sky.”  The Print Collector’s Newsletter, July-August, 1979, pp. 77-79.

Henderson, Sonya.  “Paper Renaissance Makes for an Exciting Art Exhibit.”  Kudzu Magazine, Birmingham Post-Herald, September 24, 1982, p.8.

Kasher, Steven.  “The Substance of Paper.”  Artforum, March, 1978, p.28.

Keller, Martha.  “Handmade Paper Works of the Seventies.”  The New Art Examiner.  February, 1980.

Kubiak, Richard.  “Some Thoughts on the Paper Revolution.”  Visual Dialog, Summer, 1978, p.12.

Larsen, Karen.  “Voice Choices.”  The Village Voice. February, 1980.

Marein, Shirley.  “New York/Fiber.”  Craft Horizons, November, 1975.

Moeglin-Delcroix, Anne.  “Les Livres d’Artistes.”  Nouvelles de l’Estampe, No. 86, May, l986.

O’Grady, Holly.  “Madison Art Exhibitions.”  Midwest Art, October, l975.

Roberts, Bernelda.  Forest Products Journal.  July, 1980.  Vol 30, No.7, p.12.

Rossen, Susan.  “Issue for the ’80’s.”  Women’s Caucus for Art Newsletter.  Winter, 1978, p. 10.

Scarborough, Jessica.  “Sculptural Paper:  Foundations and Direction.”  Fiberarts, March, 1984.

Schiller, Marlene, and Place, Jennifer.  “The Paper Revolution.”  American Artist, 1977, p.57.

Shaw-Eagle, Joanna.  “Exhibitions, Letters, Washington, D.C.”  Craft Horizons, April, 1979, p.62.

Shapiro, Dennis.  The New Art Examiner.  April, 1976.

Shermeta, Margo, “New American Paperworks.”  FiberArts, January, l985.

Siegel, Roslyn.  Women Artists News.  Winter, 1985.  Volume 10, No.2, pages 5 and 24.

Thomas, Michel.  “Peau et Relief.”  Textile/Art, 16,1985, pp. 24-25.

__________.  “Take a Field Trip.”  Chicago, April, l982, Vol. 31/No.4, p. 95.

__________.  “The Handmade Paper Book.”  American Craft, August-September, 1982, pp. 8-9.

__________.  “New American Paperworks in Kyoto.”  The Ikebana Ryusei, May, 1983.

__________.  Trans World “Japan-Contemporary Paper.”  Horizons, January/February, 1983, p.3.



Shinyashiki, Niko, Ryukyu Broadcasting Corporation, Okinawa, Japan, 1984.

Krause, Terry, U.S. Armed Forces Korean Network, Seoul, Korea, June, 1983.



Hatori, Yusuke, C.B.C. T.V. News, Nagoya, Japan, June 7, 1983.

Nishizawa, Nobumasa, The Tokai Television Co., Nagoya, Japan, June 7, 1983.

Yamauchi, Eiji, Chukyo T.V. Broadcasting Co., Ltd., Nagoya, Japan, June 7, 1983.



Labyrinth Creatives, Blue Mounds, Wisconsin, 1997.

Nagoya Junior College of Creative Art, Nagoya, Japan, June, l984.

Tama Art University, Hachiaji, Toyko, Japan, May, 1984.

United States Information Service, New American Paperworks, l982.




Readings from the Writer’s Place, Sincerely Cliff: H.C. Westermann, , Madison, Wisconsin,

Madison Art Center, January 1997.

New American Paperworks, Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, Alabama, September, 1982.

Material, Form, Politics:  Issues for the 80’s, Mid-American College Art Association Conference, Women’s Caucus for Arts, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, October, 1978.

The Unique Print, The Washington Print Club and The National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., January, 1978.



American Crafts Council, Research and Education Department, New York.

Galerie National de la Tapisserie, Beauvais, France

Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.

The International Center for Textile Art, Paris.

Women’s Slide Registry, Artist Space, New York.



Edgewood College, Madison, Wisconsin, January, 1998

Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts, Racine, Wisconsin, September, 1984.

Nagoya Junior College of Creative Art, Nagoya, Japan, June, l984.

Tama Art University, Hachojoji, Tokyo, Japan, May, l984.

University of the Ryukyus Island, Okinawa, Japan, February, l984

American Center-Nagoya, Nagoya, Japan, January, l984.

Osaka Prefectural Contemporary Art Center, Osaka, Japan, January, l984.

American Center-Toyko, Tokyo, Japan, November 1983.

Keimyung University, Taegu, Korea, July, l983.

American Cultural Center, Pusan, Korea, June, l983.

Duksung Women’s College, Seoul, Korea, June, l983.

Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota, 1982.

Houston Women’s Causus for Art, Houston, Texas, June, l982.

Carleton College, Distinguished Woman Visitor, Northfield, Minnesota, 1982.

Printmaking Council of New Jersey, Somerville, New Jersey, April, l982.

Wayne State University, Department of Art and Art History, Student Art Forum, Detroit, Michigan, February, 1981.

Marshall University, Art Department, Huntington, West Virginia, April, 1980.

Loyola University of Chicago, Water Tower Gallery, September, 1979.

University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Edna Carlsten Gallery, April, 1979.

University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Art, May, 1978.

Connecticut College, Department of Art, New London, Connecticut, November, 1977.

Art Academy of Cincinnati, Eden Park, Cincinnati, Ohio, October, l977.

California State University at Sacramento, Department of Art, Sacramento, California, March, l977.

University of Illinois, Chicago Circle Campus, College of Architecture and Art, Chicago, Illinois, May, l976.

The University of Georgia, Department of Art, Collaboration with Saribenne Stone.  Athens, Georgia, November, l975.



The International Women’s Writing Guild’s May in the Midwest Conference, Chicago, Illinois, 1999.

The 17th International Sculpture Conference, Chicago, Illinois, 1998 and Seattle, Washington, 2007.

The 20th International Women’s Writing Guild’s Summer Conference, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs,

New York, 1997.

Foundation Meeting, International Association of Hand Papermakers and Paper Artists, Leopold-Hoesch-Museum, Düren, West Germany, May, l986.

The International Paper Conference, Kyoto, Japan, February, l983.

Artists’ Works of Paper, Third International Hand Papermakers Conference.  Center for Book Arts, New York

October, l977.

Artists’ Works of Handmade Paper, Third Midwest Women Artists’ Conference, OxbowSaugatuck, Michigan,

June, l977.

Paper Artists, The Second International Hand Papermakers Conference, Santa Barbara Museum of Art,

Santa Barbara, California, October, l976.

Paper Artists In/Of/Through Paper, The First National Hand Papermakers Conference, The Institute of Paper Chemistry, Appleton, Wisconsin, November, 1975.



Handmade Paper Exhibition, Detroit Focus Gallery, Detroit, Michigan, February, l981.



Creation of Art Work, Tama Art University, Hachijoji, Toyko, Japan, May, 1984.

Atlanta Art Workers Coalition, Ltd., and Pynyon Press, Atlanta, Georgia, February, 1978.

Completion of Sculpture Commission at the University of Dallas, Department of Art, Irving, Texas, June, l976.

Creation of Art Work, St. Edward’s University, Fine Arts Exhibition Program, Austin, Texas, January, l976.