Deborah K Snider
Deborah K. Snider holds Bachelor’s and Master’s of Arts degrees in Art Education (Western Michigan University Honors College, University of Colorado at Boulder) and a Master of Fine Arts in Interdisciplinary Arts (Goddard College). She has directed three community art centers in Florida, Colorado, and Oregon; taught art at all age levels; and administered many programs in higher education. She is a visual artist in drawing, mixed-media, and fabric collage/art quilts whose work has been shown and collected world-wide.
Recent accomplishments include:
- The 2004 Crested Butte Wildflower Festival poster;
- Two art quilts juried into Studio Art Quilt Associate’s international touring exhibitions;
- An art quilt juried into the Houston International Quilt Association’s “Quilts: A World of Beauty,” also winning an award.
- Three of her fabric collages were published in the 2010 Lark Books “500 Art Quilts,” one of which won an Honorable Mention in the “Art of Our Century” juried exhibition at the Woodbury Art Museum in Orem, Utah.
She has had papers accepted for publication in Art Education journals and magazines and is a Consulting Editor for The Clearing House. She is frequently invited to teach, speak, and perform at local, regional, and state-wide events, and is the recipient of the 2009 Higher Education Art Educator of the Year Award from the Colorado Art Education Association. She is Assistant Professor of Art Education at Southern Utah University in Cedar City.