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G. Lola Worthington

Tuscarora artist, writer, educator, and museum director. Hill studied at the Art Institute of Chicago (1968–70), and was awarded a Master of Arts degree from SUNY, Buffalo, NY (1980).

Intrigued with Seneca General Ely Parker (General Grant’s Military Secretary), Hill investigated Parker’s life, which took him to Washington, DC, for two years. Hill began to identify with Parker’s experience and realized he would devote himself to enlightening others about Native American arts, knowledge, education, and culture....

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Marjorie P. Balge-Crozier

American sculptor and art critic. After early schooling at the Adelphi Academy in Brooklyn and Columbia College in New York, Partridge pursued art training in Europe, studying briefly at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris and with the sculptor Pius Weloński (1849–1931) in Rome from ...

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Sandra Sider

Belgium sculptor, critic and curator. Van Bruggen is best known for her collaboration with Claes Oldenburg , whom she married in 1977. Van Bruggen had two children from her first marriage, which ended by 1975. She earned an MA in art history at the University of Groningen in ...