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Selected National Exhibitions

A/NT GALLERY, Seattle, WA, July 2014
“Mixed (e)Motion,” curated by Julie Baroh, Paul Pauper, Amy Tipton
FLOW ART SPACE, St. Paul, Minnesota, July 2014
“Explore,” curated by Melissa Metzler, founder, Flow Art Space
LH HORTON JR. GALLERY, Stockton, CA, October/November 2013
“2D-3D Works 2013,” curated by Rene de Guzman, Senior Curator of Art, Oakland Museum of CA
GALLERY 42, Mason, OH, March 2010
“The Good, The Bad, The Money,” national exhibition curated by Matthew Littekin, Miami University of Ohio
PEN AND BRUSH GALLERY, New York, NY , April/June 2009
”In Your Dreams,” national exhibition, curated by Edward J. Sullivan, Professor of Art History and Dean for the Humanities at New York University
PEN AND BRUSH GALLERY, New York, NY, November/December 2009
“In the News,” national exhibition, curated by CBS News correspondent Morley Safer
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA ARTS, Sacramento, CA, September/October 2008
“Bold Expressions,” international curated exhibition
WOMAN MADE GALLERY, Chicago, IL, September/October 2008
“One Planet, One Experiment,” national exhibit curated by Lynda Cole and Leslie Sobel

Selected Local Exhibitions

HERBERGER THEATER CENTER ART GALLERY, Phoenix, AZ, 2012-2016
“Coexist,” national exhibit curated by Candace Greenburg“Seasons and Cycles,” national exhibit curated by Georgia Michalicek“Crumbled, Dented and Crushed,” national exhibit curated by Laura Cohen-Hogan

“Ways of Water,” national exhibit curated by artist and curator Ann Alleman

“Balance,” national exhibit curated by artist and curator Heather J, Kirk

“Personal Panethnicity,” national exhibit curated by artist and curator Heather J, Kirk

MESA ART CENTER, Mesa, AZ, 2008-2016
“Coexists,” national exhibit curated by Candace Greenburg“Resurrect: The Art of the Reclaimed Object,” national exhibit curated by Claire Schneider, Senior Curator at Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Arts, Scottsdale, AZ“Mass Consumption,” national exhibit curated by Greg Escalante, Editor of Juxtapose magazine

ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY, Phoenix AZ, 2008-2012
Solo Exhibition, ”Sue Norton-Scott: Paintings of Substance and Intrigue,” Mercado GalleriaStep Gallery, “Phosphorus Sustainability Summit Art Exhibit,” rizona State University, in collaboration with scientist Laura Schreeg from University of Florida and Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
PHOENIX CENTER FOR THE ARTS, Phoenix, AZ, 2012-2013
“Unsettled Bodies,” “Innocence and Loss of Innocence,” “Conversation Pieces,” “Meditations,” curated exhibitions
THE NASH CENTER FOR JAZZ, Phoenix, AZ, 2012-2013
“Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most,” “Rhythm and Motion,,” “New Beginnings: Inspired by Jazz,” curated exhibitions
SHEMER CENTER FOR THE ARTS, Phoenix, AZ, 2013
“Making Connections: Water and Life in a Desert City,” curated by Kevin Vaughan-Brubake

Articles and Speaking Engagements

Panelist: City of Tempe, evaluate art grant applications, May 2016
News article: Tempe Artist Guild Newsletter “TAGlines, Jan/Feb 2016 [ view here ]
Guest Speaker: Tempe Artists Guild, “Questioning the Questions,” November 2014
Featured Artist, Tempe Artist Guild Newsletter “TAGlines,” May 2014 [ view here ]
Guest Speaker, Cottonwood Community at Sun Lakes, topic: “Sculpting on Canvas”
Tempe Public Library, featured speaker “Influenced by Picasso: a film and art discussion, “ September 2013
Published art in “Phosphorus, Food, and Our Future,” Edited by Karl A. Wyant, Jessica R. Corman, and James J. Elser, August 2013
Scottsdale Artist League, Guest Speaker, topic: “Watering Imaginations: My Art and Self-Portrait with a Twist Project,” June 2013
Guest Speaker, Gilbert Visual Arts League, “Questioning the Questions,” February 2009
Arizona Republic newspaper article and photograph, “Art Teacher’s “Baggage” Makes New York Debut,” by Mira Radovich, April 2009

Education

State University of New York at Potsdam, NY – BA in Music Education, magna cum laude, 1975
California State University at Dominguez Hills, CA – MA in Interdisciplinary Humanities, 1984

Employment

Adjunct Faculty, Rio Salado College, Humanities Department
Studio Artist, Tempe Elementary Schools, Studio Artist Program
Teacher, Mesa Public Schools, 30 years, retired.  Elementary band and general music for grades K-6; Gifted and Talented teacher for grades 3-6.