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Morgan Page

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Associate Professor
Location
Fain Fine Arts Center
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C107
Institution Degree Graduation Date
Rutgers University Master of Fine Arts 2008
The University of Houston Bachelor of Fine Arts 2005
Employer Position Start Date End Date
Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts Adjunct Professor
University of New Haven Adjunct Professor
Mitchell College Adjunct Professor
Lyon College Assistant Professor of Art
Naugatuck Valley Community College Adjunct Professor
Rutgers University Part-time Lecturer
University of Bridgeport Adjunct Professor

Curriculum Vitae 2021

 

MORGAN C. PAGE                                                                                                

3410 Taft Blvd., C107 | Wichita Falls, TX 76308

Cell phone: 732.485.5266

Email: morgan.page@msutexas.edu

Website: morgancpage.com | bonesoftexas.com

             

 

EDUCATION


May 2008: Master of Fine Arts

Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey

Primary Focus: Photography & Video

Secondary Focus: Digital Design

 

May 2005: Bachelor of Fine Arts

School of Art, The University of Houston, Houston, Texas

Primary Focus: Photography & Digital Media

Secondary Focus: Video

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE


2020-present: Associate Professor, Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, Texas

2016-present: Assistant Professor, Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, Texas

2015-2016: Visiting Assistant Professor, Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, Texas

2015-2017: Summer Discovery College Instructor, Lone Star College, Houston, Texas

2012-2015: Assistant Professor, Lyon College, Batesville, Arkansas

2011-2012: Continuing Education Instructor, Lyme Academy College of Fine Art, Old Lyme, Connecticut

2009-2012: Adjunct Instructor, Mitchell College, New London, Connecticut

2009-2012: Adjunct Instructor, Naugatuck Valley Community College, Waterbury, Connecticut

2008-2011: Adjunct Instructor, University of New Haven, West Haven, Connecticut

2006-2008: Part-time Lecturer, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey

2006-2007: Graduate Assistant, MGSA Slide Archive, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey

 

TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES


2713 Graphic Design I (Fundamentals). Introduction to the fundamental components of design theory and the history of graphic design. Creation of solutions to design problems through conceptualization, research, execution and presentation of projects. Overview of design methodologies.

3703 Graphic Design II (Print Design): In-depth exploration of the production of vector and raster graphics. Projects ranging from the creation of logos to the creation of social awareness campaigns. Continuation of the development of print production and presentation skills.

3713 Graphic Design III (Publication Design): Introduction to the role of graphic designers in the layout and design of publications. Practices and technologies used to create multi-page publications. Exploration of typographic forms and applications.

4703 Graphic Design IV (Animation): Three-dimensional and animation design. Use of storyboards and skills involving interface design. Special attention to concept design and creative problem solving.

4713 Graphic Design V (Web Development): Introduction to Web-page and site development. Preparation of individual projects. Emphasis on team approaches to solving complex design problems.

4733 Graphic Design VI (Portfolio Design): Creation of a portfolio. Refinement of existing projects and creation of new projects to ensure a substantial portfolio. Creation of self-promotional materials to accompany the print portfolio.

1333 Computers For Artists: Introductory studio experience in using the computer as a creative medium. Emphasizes hands-on software training directed towards the art of visual design and aesthetic expression. Topics include digital imaging, motion graphics, editing, and animation. Will also trace the central role played by computers in the field of the electronic arts from pioneering efforts to current trends. 

1113 2-D Design: Fundamental elements and principles of 2-dimensional design. Construction, presentation, and rendering skills developed. 

 

RESEARCH AND SCHOLARLY ACTIVITY


PUBLICATIONS:

Page, M. “Stolen” “Book of the Disappeared: The Quest for Transnational Justice", an anthology of writings by human-rights lawyers and practitioners in the field.  Ed. 1. Jennifer Heath and Ashraf Zahedi. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press: 2022 (forthcoming)

Blackwell, K. “Texas Ghost Towns Come Alive in an Intriguing Photo Exhibit.” https://www.texasmonthly.com/travel/bones-of-texas-ghost-towns-come-alive-in-photo-exhibit/ Texas Monthly, Austin, TX: August 2021.

Samples, Chris. Interview, High Plains Observer Perryton, KXDJ, July 14, 2021, Perryton, TX

LeBlanc, Pam. “A Couple Digs Through Forgotten History With ‘Bones of Texas’ Photo Exhibition.” https://texashighways.com/travel-news/a-couple-digs-through-forgotten-history-with-bones-of-texas-photo-exhibition/ Texas Highways, Austin, TX: July 2021.

News Staff. “River Valley Pioneer Museum welcomes July 4th visitors to 'Bones of Texas' photography exhibit.” https://www.canadianrecord.com/community/river-valley-pioneer-museum-welcomes-july-4th-visitors-bones-texas-photography-exhibit The Canadian Record, Canadian, TX: June 24, 2021.

Rice, Laura. “Texas Couple Searches For Histories Behind Architectural Remains.” https://www.texasstandard.org/stories/texas-couple-searches-for-histories-behind-architectural-remains/?fbclid=IwAR2pF2n6GjuYtaaBy0Qt5uR_hnvtnctdN2yOStKOg_ciDBlXsBdDZaQdTGo The Texas Standard, Austin, TX: June 2021.

Beck, Melissa. Interview, National Public Radio, KCCU, May 21, 2021, Lawton, OK

Page, M. “TRES at the Juanita Harvey Art Gallery at MSU Texas.” https://athenaeumreview.org/ Athenaeum Review at the Edith O’Donnell Institute at UT Dallas: August 2020.

Crawford, J. “Interview with Lilia Hernandez Galusha and Morgan Page.” Number Inc., Issue 102: Craft and the Creative South 2020, Memphis, TN

Page, M. “Jonathan Revett at the Juanita Harvey Art Gallery at MSU Texas.” Number Inc., Issue 101: Introduction to Art Career Practices 2020, Memphis, TN.

Shimono, Aya. US, “Japan Strike Exchange in Yokohama Exhibition,” Kanagawa Shinbun: June 12, 2019. Yokohama, Japan.

Lida, Hideo and Tanabe, Izumi. “The 1st Crosscurrent Yokohama-Texas 2019,” International Artists Exchange Show catalogue. June 2019. Yokohama, Japan.

ASRT Staff (Lee Ross). “Radiography, Research and Art: University’s Disciplines Work Together on a Distinctive Presentation,” ASRT SCANNER: Issue April/May 2019. Albuquerque, NM.

Smith, Vicky. “Artists Strike Similar Themes In Show,” The Constitution: Sunday, January 7, 2018. Lawton, OK.

Page, M. “Cultivating Visual Analysis and Critical Thinking Skills Through Experiential Art.” Critical Literacy Initiatives for Civic Engagement. Ed. 1. Angela Cartwright and Emily Reeves. Hershey: IGI Global, 2018

Page, M. A Merciful Medium: Interviews With Ghislaine Fremaux and Catherine Prose, Number Inc., Issue 93: Beckoning the Vulture: the Shape of Drawing Now 2018, Memphis, TN

Jenkins, Cary. Gallery-hopping, Arkansas Democrat Gazette: Sunday, January 17, 2016. Little Rock, AR.

Carter, R. Desire to teach, knowledge grew together, Times Record News: Sunday, September 20, 2015, Wichita Falls, TX.

Holmes, A. Two Smoking Barrels, Number Inc., Issue 82: Art Criticism and Aesthetics 2015, Memphis, TN Koeppel, Fredric. "Art Review: ‘Two Smoking Barrels' at Marshall Arts Provides Two Takes on Gun Violence." The Commercial Appeal. N.p., 4 Mar. 2015. Web. 5 Mar. 2015. <http://www.commercialappeal.com>.

Page, M. Gate City Activism © 2014 by Elsewhere Museum. Compact disc

Page, M. Feminism and Forming Art Collectives, Number Inc., Issue 78:  Pitfalls and Progress 2014, Memphis, TN

[EI1] Russotti, T. Mission Report: The Fact Finding Mission, Estonia, The Pedalto Institute for Incorporated Art 2011, Tallinn, Estonia

Reagan, T. Rutgers Class of 2008: Ten Grads to Watch, Rutgers Media Relations: News Release, May 9, 2008, New Brunswick, NJ

Albin, M. Three New Artists Selected for 2008 Adolf Konrad Residency Program, Access: The Newark Museum, Issue 1, 2.1 (2008), Newark, NJ

Young, A. Interview, National Public Radio, KUHF, April 25, 2005, Houston, TX

 

CREATIVE WORKS: EXHIBITION PARTICIPATION

2022      CROSSCURRENT INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE, Redbud Gallery; Houston, TX (forthcoming)

2021      BONES OF TEXAS, Red River Valley Museum (two-person); Vernon, TX

                BONES OF TEXAS, Museum of North Texas History (two-person); Wichita Falls, TX

                BONES OF TEXAS, Red River Valley Pioneer Museum (two-person); Canadian, TX

                SUPPORTING INDIGENOUS SISTERS PRINT EXCHANGE, Leslie Powell Gallery; Lawton, OK

2020        CAPAS, Marshall Arts Gallery (two-person exhibition + panel with Patricia Daigle and Dr. Vania Barraza Toledo); Memphis, TN

2019        BONES OF TEXAS, Shirley P. Pollock Gallery at the Dallas Public Library (two-person); Dallas, TX

                CROSSCURRENT INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE, Kanagawa Kenmin Hall; Yokohama, JP

                READING ROOM: URGENT PEDAGOGIES, Silpe Gallery at the University of Hartford; Hartford, CT

                FACULTY EXHIBITION, Juanita Harvey Art Gallery; Wichita Falls, TX

                SHOOTAPALOOZA, Wichita Falls Museum of Art; Wichita Falls, TX

                FOREIGN AFFAIRS GAME SHOW, Gallery Foror-38 (two-person); Mexico City, MX

2018        PINK, Kemp Center for the Arts ; Wichita Falls, TX

                PINK, Arkansas State University; Jonesboro, AR

                CAPAS, Pogue Gallery (solo exhibition); Ada OK

                CAPAS, Lightwell Gallery (solo exhibition) at Oklahoma University; Norman, OK            

2017        CAPAS, Leslie Powell Gallery (solo exhibition); Lawton, OK

                LUCK OF THE DRAW, Diverse Works; Houston, TX

                FACULTY SHOW, Juanita Harvey Art Gallery; Wichita Falls, TX   

                NASTY WOMEN, Texas Tech Satellite Gallery; Lubbock, TX

2016        SHOW & TELL FEMINIST COLLECTIVE, the Butler Center; Little Rock, AR

                PLANET NINE: DISPLACEMENT, Marshall Arts Gallery; Memphis, TN

                LAYERS, the Cox Creative Center (solo exhibition); Little Rock, AR

2015        TWO SMOKING BARRELS, Marshall Arts Gallery (two-person exhibition); Memphis, TN

                SHOW & TELL FEMINIST COLLECTIVE, University of the Ozarks; [EI2] Clarksville, AR

                LUCK OF THE DRAW, Diverse Works   ; Houston, TX

2014        ARGENTA FELLOWS EXHIBITION, Argenta Arts Foundation; Little Rock, AR

                GATE CITY ACTIVISM & ALTERED BOOKS, Elsewhere Museum; Greensboro, NC

                SHOW & TELL FEMINIST COLLECTIVE, Kresge Gallery; Batesville, AR

                LUCK OF THE DRAW, DiverseWorks; Houston, TX

                STATE OF EMERGENCY (video screening), Davidson College Gallery; Davidson, NC

                BLACK & WHITE Juried Photo Exhibition, Shirt Factory Gallery; Glens Fall, NY

2013        FRIENDS OF THE ARTS COUNCIL Exhibition, BAAC; Batesville, AR

                SPACE / RETURN, Kresge Gallery; Batesville, AR

                1st People’s Choice Award Show, Greenpoint Gallery; Brooklyn, NY

                LUCK OF THE DRAW, DiverseWorks; Houston, TX

2012        The 99%, Wiseman Gallery; Grants Pass, OR    

                LUCK OF THE DRAW, DiverseWorks; Houston, TX

2011        PEDALTO TEXAS MISSION, UT Dallas; Dallas, TX

                TELEPHONE, The Dirty, Dirty Gallery; Brooklyn, NY

2010        ANNUAL FACULTY ART EXHIBITION, GCC; New Haven, CT

                DELEGATION & FACT FINDING MISSION, Culture Factory Polymer; Tallinn, Estonia

                WISH YOU WERE HERE, A.I.R. Gallery; Brooklyn, NY      

2009        PSEUDONYMOUS, The Dirty, Dirty Gallery; Brooklyn, NY          

                The PANEL, The Dirty, Dirty Gallery; Brooklyn, NY       

2008        DEMOCRACY, Hungry’s; Houston, TX

                NEW FACULTY SHOW, UNH Seton Art Gallery; West Haven, CT

                LUCK OF THE DRAW, DiverseWorks; Houston, TX

                FRESH MEAT, YOUNG BLOOD, The Shore Institute of Contemporary Art; Long Branch, NJ

                A RATHER ROUND TABLE: Graduate Thesis Exhibition; New Brunswick, NJ

                PARTICIPATORY MUSEUM LAB, South Street Seaport Center For the Art; New York, NY

                ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE Exhibition, The Newark Museum; Newark, NJ

2007        The SCAVENGER HUNTER’S COOKBOOK, Colab Arts; Highland Park, NJ

                ANNUAL NEWARK GALLERY CRAWL, The Newark Museum; Newark, NJ

                WELCOME BACK SHOW, Rutgers University; New Brunswick, NJ

                GULLIVER AND FRIENDS MAKE MUSIC, Jersey City Museum; Jersey City, NJ

2005        LUCK OF THE DRAW, DiverseWorks; Houston, TX

                THIRTEEN, Negative Space Gallery; Houston, TX

2004        ANNUAL BFA SHOW, Blaffer Gallery; Houston, TX

                THIS IS NOT A LANDSCAPE, River Oaks Theater; Houston, TX

2003        ANNUAL STUDENT SCULPTURE SHOW, North Harris College; Houston, TX

 

CREATIVE WORKS: EXHIBITIONS ORGANIZED

2017        Historical Figures of Wichita Falls, City National Building, Wichita Falls, TX

2016        Mapping Wichita Falls, Moffett Library at Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, TX

                Mapping Wichita Falls, Farmer’s Market, Wichita Falls, TX

2013        Bridging the Burden: In Their Shoes, Cox Creative Center; Little Rock, AR

2012        Picturing New London, New London Public Library; New London, CT

                Historical Sites & Monuments, The Batesville Guard; Batesville, AR

 

COLLECTIONS:

Connie Walker, journalist for CBC News, Toronto, ON, Canada

Kristen Hinman, writer for Washingtonian, Washington, D.C.

Negative Space Gallery, Houston, Texas

 

PRESENTATIONS:

2019        Artist Presentation at the Yokohama Museum of Art; Yokohama, JP

                Drawing & Memory presentation with Catherine Prose at the Art & Psychiatry seminar, UT Southwestern Medical School at the Dallas Museum of Art; Dallas, TX

                Pechakucha Artist Presentation at TEXCHANGE Conference; Southern Graphics Council International, Dallas, TX

2018        Artist Presentation at PINK; Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR

                Art As Resistance artist presentation at the 34th Annual Conference on the Advancement of Women; Texas Tech University; Lubbock, TX

2017        Artist Presentation, Latino Public Health Seminar for Parkland Hospital at the Latino Cultural Center; Dallas, TX

                CAPAS Artist Presentation, 33rd Annual Conference on the Advancement of Women at Texas Tech University; Lubbock, TX

2016        Artist Presentation to WFAA at Kemp Center for the Arts; Wichita Falls, TX

2014        PechaKucha Presentation at the Argenta Arts Foundation; Little Rock, AR

                Altered Books Workshop at the Elsewhere Museum; Greensboro, NC

                Show & Tell Feminist Collective Panel at Lyon College; Batesville, AR

                Artists In Residence Presentation at the Elsewhere Museum; Greensboro, NC    

                Feminist Research Across the Disciplines at Lyon College; Batesville, AR

2013        Teaching Art In Context: A seminar on the Dutch Art, Patrons, and Markets in the                    Dutch Golden Age at the High Museum; Atlanta, GA

2011        Photography Curricular Grant Presentation, Mitchell College; New London, CT

2008        Artists In Residence Presentation at the Newark Museum; Newark, NJ

 

SERVICE: (University, Professional, Community)

UNIVERSITY SERVICE

2020-2021

Kappa Pi Faculty Sponsor, 9/2017-present

Mustang Rally (recruitment), 11/2020

SACS Assessment Committee member and liason for Art department

Speakers and Issues Committee Member

Faculty Senate Executive Member (began June, 2020)

Faculty Senate Ad-hoc Committee for Reconstruction of By-laws and Constitution

Committee for Undergraduate Research Rubrics [EURECA and UGROW]

2019-2020

Kappa Pi Faculty Sponsor, 9/2017-present

Mustang Rally (recruitment), 11/2019

SACS Assessment Committee member and liason for Art department

Information Technology Advisory Committee member

Speakers and Issues Committee Member

Faculty Senate Executive Member (began June, 2020)

 

2018-2019

Kappa Pi Faculty Sponsor, 9/2017-present

Career Expo at the MPEC committee member and presenter, 9/19

Inclusion Now! Festival presenter and organizer, 4/19

Mustang Rally (recruitment), 11/2018

SACS Assessment Committee member and liason for Art department

Information Technology Advisory Committee member

Distinguished Alumni Committee member, 9/2016-5/2020

EURECA Faculty Sponsor for Lauren Compean’s art project, “Using the Ancient Art of Encaustic to Illustrate Cultural Heritage”

 

2017-2018

Kappa Pi Faculty Sponsor, 9/2017-present

College Research committee member, 9/2017-5/2018

Student Conduct committee member, 9/2017-present

Career Expo at the MPEC committee member and presenter, 9/27/17

Inclusion Now! Festival presenter and organizer, 4/2/18 - 4/7/18

Equity and Inclusion Advisory Committee member, 2/2017-present

EURECA Faculty Sponsor for art + radiology project, “Conceal/Reveal”, 2/2018 - present

Mustang Rally (recruitment), 11/2017

SACS Assessment Committee for Art department (Morgan Page, Steve Hilton), 11/2016-present

Information Technology Advisory Committee member, 9/2016-present

Distinguished Alumni Committee member, 9/2016-present

 

UNIVERSITY SERVICE

2016-2017

Kappa Pi Faculty Sponsor, 9/2017-present

College Research committee member, 9/2017-present

Student Conduct committee member, 9/2017-present

Maker Faire at the MPEC committee member and presenter, 10/28/17

Youth Expo at the MPEC committee member and presenter, 9/27/17

Midwestern State University Percussion Ensemble poster design and organizer, 4/24/17

Inclusion Now! Festival presenter and organizer, 4/4/17 - 4/10/17

Equity and Inclusion Advisory Committee member, 2/2017-present

EURECA Proposals reviewer, 12/2016

Mustang Rally (recruitment), 11/5/16

SACS Assessment Committee for Art department (Morgan Page, Steve Hilton), 11/2016-present

Information Technology Advisory Committee member, 9/2016-present

Distinguished Alumni Committee member, 9/2016-present

 

2015-2016

Youth Expo at the MPEC (recruitment), 9/27/16

MORE, 7/19/16

Mustang Rally (recruitment), 3/5/16

Discover MWSU (recruitment), 2/5/16

Academic Advising, November 2015-present

NCAC Performing and Visual Arts Fair in Irving (recruitment), 11/2/15

HSOVA Graphic Design Tenure & Promotion Guidelines Revision Committee, October 2015

Mustang Rally (recruitment), 11/7/15

I designed posters for the Art and Music departments at various points in the academic year.

 

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

2018 -     SGCI (Southern Graphics Council International)

2012 -     AIGA (American Institute of Graphic Arts), Education Committee member for Dallas/Fort Worth Chapter (2017-18)

2013–16   Show & Tell Feminist Collective; Arkansas

The Ozark Foothills FilmFest Board member; Batesville, AR

2012–15   The Batesville Area Arts Council, Board member and secretary; Batesville, AR

 

COMMUNITY SERVICE

2019        PATRIOTIC ART COMPETITION Juror, Texas Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxillary; Wichita Falls, TX

2018        VASE Competition Juror at Region 9 Education Center; Wichita Falls, TX

                WFISD ArtsFest, Catalog designer and photographer; Wichita Falls, TX

2017-      Medicine Park Art Walk & Flute Festival, Juror in Medicine Park, Oklahoma.

2016-     Although, I do not serve in a formal capacity, I have attended several meetings at the Chamber of Commerce in Wichita Falls in an effort to help bring a larger MWSU presence downtown. That is a goal of the Chamber of Commerce and Downtown Proud, which is how the two exhibitions I have coordinated have been able to take place downtown. I will be continuing to work with these groups and hope to be even more actively involved with each one as time goes on.

2015       I designed posters for P.E.T.S. Low Cost Spray and Neuter Clinic in Wichita Falls at no cost.

 

AWARDS, GRANTS, & RESIDENCIES

2019       Summer Intramural Faculty Research Grant at Midwestern State University; Wichita Falls, TX

2018      COFA Research Grant (interdisciplinary collaboration with Jonathon Quam) at Midwestern State      University; Wichita Falls, TX

              Intramural Faculty Research Grant at Midwestern State University; Wichita Falls, TX

2016        COFA Research Grant Midwestern State University; Wichita Falls, TX

2014        Artist Inc., Argenta Arts Foundation & M-AAA; North Little Rock, AR

                Elsewhere Living Museum, Residency; Greensboro, NC

                Lyon College Faculty Travel Grant (summer); Batesville, AR

                Lyon College Faculty Travel Grant (fall); Batesville, AR

2013        Art History Fellowship, The Kress Foundation; New York, NY

                Lyon College Faculty Travel Grant (summer); Batesville, AR

2010-11   Photography Curricular Grant, Mitchell College; New London, CT

2008        Paul Robeson Emerging Artist Award, Paul Robeson Center; New Brunswick, NJ

                Adolph Konrad Artist-In-Residence Award, Newark Museum; Newark, NJ

2007        JP Morgan Chase Museum Studies Internship Award; Jersey City, NJ

                (1 of 3 finalists)