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ABOUT 

Carol Mickett & Robert Stackhouse

Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse are a collaborative team. They make 2-dimensional and 3- dimensional art focused on water and climate issues. Museums, private collectors, developers, and governments collect and commission their work. They were featured guest artists at the International Print Symposium in Cortona, Italy, completed a 160-ton limestone sculpture for the Michael Graves Artspark in Indianapolis, installed a 28-ft. bronze walk-through sculpture for the Hunter Museum in Chattanooga, TN, and created a 42-ft. walk-through stainless steel and glass sculpture with a 72-ft. mosaic of the James River at Gateway Plaza in Richmond, VA. 

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Carol Mickett worked for over a decade in academia, holds her Ph.D. in philosophy, is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, and graduated summa cum laude. Mickett received numerous grants, presents lectures, performs in theater, and has published essays, poems, and interviews in Canadian Philosophical Review, Hypatia, Prairie Schooner, and New Letters among others. She was the host/curator of Art Laureate Conversations for Creative Pinellas and for Our Town at the Dali Museum, and the host/producer of Art Radio in Kansas City, MO. She sits on Tarpon Springs, FL, Sustainability Board, and the Boards of Pinellas County Urban League, and North  Pinellas Advocates for Racial Equity.

 

Robert Stackhouse holds an MA in art from the Univ. of Maryland and an honorary doctorate from his alma mater University of South Florida. Stackhouse taught at the Corcoran College of Art where he ran their BFA program. He has held endowed chairs at the University of Denver, Hartford Art School and the Lamar Dodd School of Art at the University of Georgia. His individual work can be found in museum collections around the world including the Museum of Modern Art, the National Gallery in Washington, DC, The National Gallery of Australia, the Phillips Collection, and the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.

 

Mickett and Stackhouse were the 2020 Creative Pinellas Art Laureates and received a Creative Loafing Best of the Bay Critic Award for their science conversations. They were Artists-At-Sea, in 2021, aboard the Schmidt Ocean Institute’s ocean-research vessel Falkor. In 2022, they had a show Balance of Water, at the Leepa Rattner Museum and received an NEA grant through Creative Pinellas for Cool Pinellas (icecubeproject.com). Mickett and Stackhouse show Circle of Water (2023) inaugurated the Florida Wildlife Corridor Gallery, Wild Space. They participated in Artist At Sea during Art Basel Miami Beach at the Patricia Frost Museum of Science sponsored by UNESCO, Schmidt Ocean Institute, and Nautilus. WEDU’s (FL Public Television) 8-part YouTube and broadcast digital series, High Water Marks, “explores how their art and activism intersect to bring awareness and understanding to issues facing our environment.”

Mickett Stackhouse Resume

Commissions: Mickett-Stackhouse (MS) / Robert Stackhouse (RS) /Carol Mickett (CM)


2022 Body and Spirit, commissioned by Schmidt Ocean Institute. (MS) Ghost Dance (refurbished), Luther W. Brady Art Gallery, George Washington Univ., Washington, D.C. (MS)


2021 Breath of Influence, commissioned by Creative Pinellas, Largo, FL. (MS)


2019 Art In Transit, Conceptual Design, Pinellas Seacoast Transit Authority-Bus Rapid Transit Project, H. W. Lochner, Inc., St. Petersburg, FL. (MS) (Public Project) Super Nova, Tampa Bay Rowdies Soccer Team Poster, Tampa Bay Rays Organization through Creative Pinellas, Pinellas County, FL. (MS) (Private-Public)


2017/18 Irma Reflections, commissioned by Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, FL. (MS)


2015 Gateway Trio, commissioned by Clayco Corporation for Gateway Plaza, Richmond, VA. (MS)


2014 Central Avenue Art-In-Transit (conceptual phase), commissioned by City of St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg,
FL (MS) (Public Project)


2013 Breath of Cypress Moon, commissioned by Selby Gallery, Ringling School of Art, Sarasota, FL. (MS)


2012 Breath of Water, The Lab Gallery, NYC, NY. (MS)


2011 On Board: Gulf NEWS and USFSP Icondance, Art in State Buildings Program, University of South Florida
St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg, FL. (MS) (Public Project)


Raw Flamboyancy, University of Tampa, Tampa, FL. (MS)


2010 Place In The Woods, commissioned by Hunter Museum of American Art with Art in Public Places funded
by the Benwood Foundation, Chattanooga with Art in Public Place, TN. (MS) (Private-Public Project)


2008 In The Blue, commissioned by St. Petersburg Art Center, St. Petersburg, FL. (MS)


2007 Peace 0' Eight, commissioned by First Night, St. Petersburg, FL. (MS)


2006 Factor 24, commissioned by Arts Alive 2006, Tampa, FL. (MS)


50th Anniversary Poster/Print, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL. (MS)


2005 Seven Prints, University of Central Florida, Public Art Project, Orlando, FL. (MS)


2004 Confluence, commissioned by Indianapolis Art Center for Artspark (park designed by Michael Graves)
Indianapolis, IN. (MS)


2001 American Print and Cortona Print, Published by Lamar Dodd School of Art, University of Georgia at the
International Print Symposium, Cortona, Italy. (MS)


Label Design, Imagery Estate Winery, Glen Ellen, CA. (RS)


1998 Missouri Bones, Albrecht-Kemper Museum, St. Joseph, MO. (RS)


1997 Chicago Structure, Klein Art Works, Chicago, IL (2004 moved permanently to Harper College, Palatine, IL). (RS)


1991 Label Design, Imagery Series, Benziger, Glen Ellen, CA. (RS)


Divers, Marine Science Building, University of Hawaii, Manoa, HI. (RS) (Public Project)


Delaware Passage, Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE. (RS)


1989 Oliver Ranch Project/Russian River Bones, Geyserville, CA. (RS)


1988 St. Louie Bones, Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, MO. (RS)


1984 On The Beach Again, Australia National Galley, Canberra, Australia. (RS)

Solo Exhibitions
2023 Circle of Water, Wild Space Gallery, Florida Wildlife Corridor Foundation, St. Petersburg, FL. (MS)


2022 Balance of Water, Leepa-Rattner Museum, Tarpon Springs, FL. (MS)


Passages, Belger Arts Center, Kansas City, MO. (RS)


2021 Cooling Giverny, Pinellas County Center for The Arts, St. Petersburg, FL. (MS)


Expanding Waters, Creative Pinellas Galleries, Largo, FL. (MS)


2020 As The Gulf Turns, Gallery 114, Hillsborough Community College Visual and Performing Arts, Ybor City
Campus, Tampa, FL. (MS)


2017/18 Mickett-Stackhouse: Confluence, Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, FL (with online brochure). (MS)


2017 TBBCA Cultural Encounter, Mickett-Stackhouse Studio, St. Petersburg, FL. (MS)


2016 In Intimate Concert, ARTicles, St. Petersburg, FL. (MS)


2015 Architectured Water, Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse, Page Bond Gallery, Richmond, VA. (MS)


2013 Carol Mickett-Robert Stackhouse, Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art, Auburn University, Auburn, AL.
(August 31-January 4). (MS)


Tidal Works, Allyn Gallup Contemporary Gallery, Sarasota, FL. (MS)


Phases of Identity, Selby Gallery, Ringling School of Art, Sarasota, FL. (MS)

2012 Breath of Water The Lab Gallery, New York, NY. (MS)


2011 Crossing Bridges, University of Tampa, Tampa, FL. (MS)


Sources and Structures: The Art of Robert Stackhouse, Syracuse University Galleries, Syracuse, NY. (RS)


2010 50th Anniversary Invitational Show, International Sculpture Center, New York, NY. (MS)
Visual Unity 2, Polk Museum, Lakeland, FL. (MS)


2010 Affordable Gifts of Art: a juried exhibition, Spattered Columns at Art Connects New York, NY. (MS)


2009 First Class, Terrasanti, Penngrove, CA. (MS)


2008 Site Matters: Proposed Installations for the New TMA, Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL. (MS)


Waves of Meaning, St. Petersburg Art Center, St. Petersburg, FL (catalogue).


Harper College 40th Anniversary Art Invitational, Harper College, Palatine, IL. (MS)


Robert Stackhouse: Editions Archive, Contemporary Art Museum, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL.
(includes work w/Carol Mickett)


Robert Stackhouse, Belger Art Center, Kansas City, MO. (RS)


Robert Stackhouse: Editions Archive, Contemporary Art Museum, USF, Tampa, FL (catalogue). (RS)


2007 The Water is Wide: The Art of Boat Making, The Studio @ 620 w/The Florida Maritime Museum of Cortez,
St. Petersburg, FL. (MS)


Robert Stackhouse: Swimmers &Floaters, Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland, FL. (catalogue) (RS)


Robert Stackhouse, Museum of Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX. (RS)


2006 Arts Alive 2006, Tampa, FL. (MS)
2005 ArtBiz, College of Business, University of South Florida-St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg, FL. . (MS)


2003 Works from Studio 101 and a collaboration with Carol Mickett, University of Georgia, Athens, GA. (MS)


Crossing Dimensions, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Eau, Claire, WI. (RS)


Robert Stackhouse: Passages and Journeys, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR. (catalogue) (RS)


Robert Stackhouse: New Painting and Sculpture, Klein Art Works, Chicago, IL. (RS)


Robert Stackhouse: A Print Retrospective, University of Missouri-St. Louis, St. Louis, MO. (catalogue) (RS)


Robert Stackhouse, Klein Art Works, Art Chicago, Chicago, IL. (RS)


Robert Stackhouse: Prints, Morgan Art Gallery, Kansas City, MO. (RS)


Falling Water, University of Georgia, Athens, GA. (RS)


Still Water, University of Hartford, Hartford, CT. (RS)


R. Stackhouse, University of Arizona Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ. (RS)


Robert Stackhouse: Works on Paper, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL. (RS)


2002 Carol Mickett/Robert Stackhouse: A Collaboration, University of Georgia, Athens, GA. (MS)


2000 Resurgent, Joseloff Gallery, University of Hartford, West Hartford, CT. (RS)


Mortal Rock, Urban Architecture, New York, NY. (RS)


Resurgent: New Paintings and Sculpture, Klein Art Works, Chicago, IL. (RS)


1999 Robert Stackhouse: Major Works 1969-1999, Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, GA. (RS)


Robert Stackhouse: Major Works 1969-1999, Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Kalamazoo, MI. (RS)


Robert Stackhouse: The Prints, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI.


1998 Robert Stackhouse: Paintings & A Site-Specific Sculpture, Klein Art Works, Chicago, IL. (RS)


ART 1998-CHICAGO, Navy Pier, Chicago, IL. (RS)


Evanescence, Robischon Gallery, Denver, CO (RS)

Someways, Albrecht-Kemper Museum, St. Joseph, MO. (RS)


Waterworking, Morgan Gallery, Kansas City, MO. (RS)


1997 Robert Stackhouse: Recent Works, Klein Art Works, Chicago, IL. (RS)


1996 Transplace, Illinois Wesleylan University School of Art, Bloomington, IL. (RS)


1995 Where we are and what is it to be there, Morgan Gallery, Kansas City, MO. (RS)


1994 R. Stackhouse, University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie, WY. (RS)


1993 Recent Works, Morgan Gallery, Kansas City, MO. (RS)


Robert Stackhouse, Struve Gallery, Chicago, IL. (RS)


Robert Stackhouse, Baumgartner Galleries Inc., Washington, D.C.


Robert Stackhouse, University of Denver, Denver, CO. (RS)


1992 Robert Stackhouse, Pace Prints, New York, NY. (RS)


Works on Paper, Posner Gallery, Milwaukee, WI. (RS)


1991 Common Places, Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE (catalogue). (RS)


Robert Stackhouse, Dolan Maxwell Gallery, Philadelphia, PA. (RS)


Soundless, Contemporary Art Museum, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL. (RS)


1990 Encounterings, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA (catalogue). (RS)


Robert Stackhouse, Honolulu Academy of Arts, Honolulu, HI. (RS)


Robert Stackhouse, Dolan/Maxwell , New York, NY. (RS)

Robert Stackhouse, Cantor/Lemberg Gallery, Birmingham, MI. (RS)


Robert Stackhouse, B R Kornblatt Gallery, Washington D.C. (RS)

Selected Group Exhibitions

2024-2025 Skyway 2024: Contemporary Collaboration, The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota FL 


2023-2024 Artist At Sea, Art Basel Miami Beach/Patricia Frost Museum of Science, (UNESCO, Schmidt Ocean Institute,
Nautilus), Miami, FL (MS)


Arts Annual 2023, Creative Pinellas, Largo, FL (MS)


2022 Renewal, Luther W. Brady Art Gallery, George Washington University, Washington D. C. (MS)


Arts Annual 2022, Creative Pinellas, Largo, FL (MS)


2021 Arts Annual 2021, Creative Pinellas, Largo, FL (MS)


2021 Engulfed, Gallery 22, HCC Dale Mabry, Tampa, FL. (MS)


2020 Arts Annual 2020, Creative Pinellas, Largo, FL (MS)


Between Us, Dunedin Fine Arts Center, Dunedin, FL. (MS)


2019 Arts Annual 2019, Creative Pinellas, Largo, FL (MS)


Unbound: Highlights from the Stanton Storer Collection, Scarfone/Hartley Gallery, The University of Tampa,
Tampa, FL. (RS)


2018 Selections from Artery Collection, American University Museum, Washington, DC. (RS)


Arts Annual 2018, Creative Pinellas, Largo, FL. (MS)


Restricted: Hidden Gems from the USF Collection, UFS Contemporary Art Museum, Tampa, FL.


Dolls and Where They Live, Florida Craft Art, St. Petersburg, FL. (MS)


2016 Both Near and Far, Howard W. Blake School of the Arts, Tampa, FL (MS)


2015 Focus On The Corcoran: works on paper 1860-1990, National Gallery, Washington, D. C. (RS)


FOREVER: The Corcoran 30th Annual Print Portfolio, Carroll Square Gallery, Washington, D.C. (MS)


2013 Michael Sims, The Lawrence Lithography Workshop, Richmond Center for Visual Arts, Gwen Frostic School of
Art, Albertine Monroe-Brown Gallery, Western Michigan Univ., Kalamazoo, MI. (RS)


2012 Florida Focus Exhibition: A Celebration of Contemporary Florida, Art, Ken Rollins Fine Art and The Studio @
620, St. Petersburg, FL. (MS)


2010 American Printmaking Now, National Art Museum of China, Beijing, China. (RS)


2008 Sparks! The William T Kemper Collecting Initiative, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO. (RS)


Selections from the Imagery Estate Winery Permanent Collection, Carnegie Art Museum, Oxnard, CA. (RS)


2006 Redefined: Modern and Contemporary Art from the Collection, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. (RS)


Tandem Press Highlights, 1995-2005, Chazen Museum of Art, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI. (RS)


American Dream: By Design, Belger Arts Center, Kansas City, MO. (RS)


The Lawrence Lithography Workshop, Gallery 210, University of Missouri-St. Louis, St. Louis, MO. (RS)


2004 United States Embassy Belgrade, ART in Embassies Program, U.S. Ambassador's Residence, Belgrade,
(Serbia) Yugoslavia. (RS)


2003 Lawrence Lithography, Paula Brown Gallery, Toledo, OH. (RS)


2002 after the beginning and before the end, instruction drawings from the Gilbert and Lila Silverman Collection,
MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, MA. (RS)


Crossing Over, City Gallery East, Atlanta, GA. (RS)


Prints by Georgia Artists: Holiday Show, Swan Coach House Gallery, Atlanta, GA. (RS)


20th Annual Pancake Breakfast Show, Klein Art Works, Chicago, IL. (RS)


Fish, Flowers, Flying Things, Spencer Museum, The University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS. (RS)


2001 Inside & Out: Contemporary Sculpture, Video and Installation, Bass Museum, Miami Beach, FL. (RS)
Impact, Georgia Museum, Athens, GA. (RS)


Underfoot, Sao Paulo & Brasilia, Brazil. (RS)


Morgan Gallery, Kansas City, MO.


Klein Art Works, Chicago, IL. (RS)


Urban Architecture, New York, NY. (RS)


1999 Perspectives on Terrain, Dolan/Maxwell, Philadelphia, PA. (RS)


Water: A Contemporary American View, Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, SC, traveled to Mobile Museum
of Art, Mobile, Alabama, and Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, WI (catalogue). (RS)

Video/Television/Radio/Theater Production/Performance: Carol Mickett (unless otherwise noted)
2023 High Water Marks, WEDU (public television), 8-part digital series, You Tube. (MS)


Steve Newborn, Wild Space Gallery brings the outdoors inside, audio: https://www.wusf.org/tags/florida-
wildlife-corridor-foundation, WUSF, Tampa, FL, November 29, 2023.

Host and Curator, Water: In & Out, Under & Above, Conversation with Dr. Albert Hine, Professor Emeritus
USF College of Marine Science, Wild Space Gallery, Florida Wildlife Corridor Foundation, St. Petersburg, Fl,
Nov. 11, 2023.


View From a Hummingbird Heart, Dance with Paula Kramer, Choreographer, Helen Hansen French, Dancer, John C
O’Leary III, Composer/Musician, Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse, Visuals, Leepa-Rattner Museum, Tarpon
Springs, FL.


2022 Florida’s Waterways and Climate Change, Conversation with Carol Mickett and Mallory Dimmitt, CEO, Florida
Wildlife Corridor Foundation, Balance of Water programing, Leppa-Rattner Museum of Art, Tarpon Springs, FL.


View From a Hummingbird Heart, Dance Collaboration for Beacon 2022 with Paula Kramer, Choreographer, Helen
Hansen French, Dancer, John C O’Leary III, Composer/Musician, Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse, Visuals,
Palladium Theater, St. Petersburg, FL.


2021Atlantic Transit-The Spirit of Falkor,” Schmidt Ocean Institute You Tube. (w/Robert Stackhouse)


“Atlantic Transit-Ice Cube Project,” Schmidt Ocean Institute You Tube. (w/Robert Stackhouse)


"Ship to Shore with the Dali Museum featuring Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse" Dali Museum, St.
Petersburg, FL. (w/Robert Stackhouse)


Host and Curator, Three Science Panels (What is Climate Change and Sea Level Rise? What Can You and I do about
Climate Change and Sea Level Rise?What is a Green Society?)
Expanding Waters programming, Zoom/Facebook
Live, Creative Pinellas, Largo, FL.


Host and Curator, Conversation with Dr. Jyotika Virmani, Executive Director, Schmidt Ocean Institute, Florida
Climate Week. (w/Robert Stackhouse)


Breathe, Dance Collaboration with Paula Kramer Choreographer, Expanding Waters programming, Creative Pinellas,
Largo, FL. (w/Robert Stackhouse)


Sweet The Moon (excerpts from Shakespeare), Expanding Waters programming, Creative Pinellas, Largo, FL.
Host and Curator, Art and the Environment, Expanding Waters programming, Zoom/Facebook Live, Creative
Pinellas, Largo, FL. (w/ Robert Stackhouse)


Artist Talk, Engulfed, Host Amanda Poss, Gallery 221, HCC Dale Mabry, Tampa, FL.


2020 – 21 Hosts and Curators, Art Laureate Conversations, Zoom/Facebook Live, Creative Pinellas, Pinellas, FL. (w/Robert
Stackhouse)


Studio Conversations (Virtual), Host Amanda Poss, Gallery 221, HCC Dale Mabry, Tampa, FL.
We Are Family: Pinellas County Virtual Festival of the Arts, Creative Pinellas, Pinellas County, FL. (w/Robert
Stackhouse)


Land Dive Team/Tarpon Springs, Hope Ginsbrug’s Sponge Exchange, USFCAM, Tampa, FL and The Sponge
Exchange, Tarpon Springs, FL. (w/Robert Stackhouse)


2019 Shakespeare’s Greatest Hits, Tarpon Arts, Tarpon Springs, FL. (w/Robert Stackhouse)


2011 - 2015 Host and Curator, Our Town, conversations with mythmakers of St. Petersburg, FL, Dalí Museum, St.
Petersburg, FL.


2002 History Speaks, a video history of Kansas City, MO, director, Western Historical Manuscript Collection
producer, Kansas City, MO.


2000 Uniquely Kansas City, producer/writer/interviewer, KCPT, Kansas City Public Television, Kansas City, MO.


Robert Stackhouse: An Artist At Work (11 min), producer/director/writer, John & Maxine Belger Family
Foundation executive producer, Kansas City, MO. Prize winner, 4th Annual Kansas City Film Makers Jubilee.
Art Radio: the forum for the arts in Kansas City, host and producer, KKFI 90.1FM, Kansas City, MO.
(1996-2000).


William Christenberry Lecture (60 min.), director/producer, John &Maxine Belger Family Foundation
executive producer, Kansas City, MO.


Klan Room, an exhibition by William Christenberry, director/producer, John & Maxine Belger Family
Foundation executive producer, Kansas City, MO.


1999 Renee Stout Lecture (60 min.), director/producer, John & Maxine Belger Family Foundation, executive
producer, Kansas City, MO.


Kansas City Writers, a double CD set, originator and producer, cover by Russell Ferguson.
Mark Doty, interview, New Letters on the Air, 1999.


ABWA 50th Anniversary, 90 minute multimedia production, writer/director/producer, American Business
Women's Association Convention, Kansas City, MO.


Doctor Sisters, writer & performer, The Greater Kansas City Women's Foundation, Children's Mercy
Hospital, and The Greater Kansas City Foundation. (1997-1999)


Bra Lady, writer & performer, Writers Place, Kansas City, MO.


1998 Kansas City Women: a Multicultural History of Kansas City Women (18 min.), writer, Jim Rice producer,
The Greater Kansas City Women's Foundation and Health Midwest.

Her Story: Kansas City Style, multimedia production, writer/producer/director, The Greater Kansas City
Women's Foundation.


The Difference is Central Exchange (18 min.), writer, Jim Rice producer, Central Exchange, Kansas City.


A Measure of Time, writer, performed at Actor's-Craft Studio, Kansas City, MO.


1997 Quintet in C Major, writer, performed at Potluck and Women's Work, Kansas City, MO, 1995-1997.


1995 Potluck Productions and Women's Work, co-founder and producer.
Kansas City Alive, host, American Cable Vision television Magazine, Kansas City, MO.

Awards, Keynotes, and Judging
2022 Cool Pinellas, NEA Individual Artist Grant via Creative Pinellas. (MS)


2021 Artists-At-Sea, Falkor: Final Voyage, La Paz, Mexico, to Vigo, Spain, Schmidt Ocean Institute. (MS)


Judge, Pinellas Trail Mural Project, Creative Pinellas, Pinellas County, FL. (RS)


2020 Art Laureates, Creative Pinellas, Pinellas County, FL. (MS)


Professional Artist Grant, Creative Pinellas, Pinellas County, FL. (MS)


Mentor for Emerging Artist Program, Creative Pinellas, Pinellas County, FL. (CM)


2019 River Song chosen for Transformative Walls V, CODAmagazine. (MS)


2018 2018 CODAawards Top 100 for Gateway Trio, CODAworx. (MS)


2018 CODAawards Top 100 for River Song, CODAworx. (MS)


Gateway Trio chosen for Placemaking Art IV, CODAmagazine. (MS)


Judges for ACT II Artist Grant, Pinellas Community Foundation and Creative Pinellas. (MS)


Spotlight Lecture: Confluence, Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, FL. (MS)


2017 ART IN: Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse, podcast, Creative Pinellas.


ART IN: Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse – Gateway Plaza Project, podcast, Creative Pinellas.
Guest Editor and Article (Mickett), The Importance of Place, Creative Pinellas Journal, Pinellas County, FL.
2016 Design-Build Institute of America, Architecture (includes Gateway Trio), First Prize. (MS)


Design-Build Institute of America, Commercial Building Team Award Winner (inc. Gateway Trio). (MS)


AIA of St. Louis, Architecture Design Merit Award for Gateway Plaza (includes Gateway Trio). (MS)


Project of the Year at the Greater Richmond Association for Commercial Real Estate’s 15th annual awards
for Gateway Plaza. (MS)


Rapid Returns Artist Fellowship Award, Pinellas County, FL. (MS)


2016 Studio Honors, Studio@620, St. Petersburg, FL. (MS)


Judges for We Are Central video contest, St. Petersburg, FL. (MS)


2015 Commencement Speaker, Robert Stackhouse, Corcoran College of Art and Design, Washington DC.
MUSE Arts Ambassador Award, St. Petersburg Arts Alliance, St. Petersburg, FL. (MS)


2013 Judges and Keynote Lecture for Inaugural year long Out of the Box Sculpture Exhibition, and Visiting Artists,
Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art, Auburn University, Auburn, AL. (October 2013). (MS)


2012 Visiting Artists, Tandem Press, Madison, WI. (MS)


2010 Hall of Fame, Robert Stackhouse, Auburndale High School, Auburndale, FL.


2011 Visiting Artists, Studio F, University of Tampa, Tampa, FL. (MS)


2010 Hall of Fame, Robert Stackhouse, Polk County, FL.


2009 Judges and Keynote, Mid-South Sculpture Alliance Conference, Chattanooga, TN. (MS)


Keynote, Hillsborough County Public Schools Art Teachers. USF, Tampa, FL. (MS)


"40 in 40" outstanding alumni, Robert Stackhouse, 40th anniversary USF Alumni Association.
2008 Keynote, Mid America College Art Association, Heron School of Art, Indianapolis, IN. (MS)


Keynote, Art and Business, Self-employment in the Arts Conference, Univ. of Tampa, Tampa FL.
Judges, 7th Annual Florida Outdoor Sculpture Competition, Polk Museum, Lakeland, FL. (MS)


First Night International Creative Programming Award: Peace O' Eight, sculpture Mickett/Stackhouse.


Art Building of Auburndale High School named Robert Stackhouse Art Center.


Artist Lifetime Achievement Award, Robert Stackhouse, Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland, FL.


Alumnus of Notable Achievement, Carol Mickett, College of Liberal Arts, University of Minnesota.


2006 Honorary Doctorate, Robert Stackhouse, University of South Florida.


2005 Judges, for the 58th Annual Student Competition, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. (MS)


2003 Lamar Dodd Distinguished Chair, Robert Stackhouse, Lamar Dodd School of Art, University of Georgia,
Athens, GA (since 2000).


2002 Judges, 15th Annual ARTstravaganza National Exhibition Competition, Association for Visual Artists and
the Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga, TN. (MS)


2001 Richard Koopman Distinguished Chair, Robert Stackhouse, Hartford School of Art, University of Hartford,
Hartford, CT.


New Voice, Carol Mickett, Salina Annual Poetry Series, Salina, KS.

2000 Visiting Artists, International Print Symposium, University of Georgia, Cortona, Italy. (MS)
Prize winner, Carol Mickett, 4th Annual Kansas City Film Makers Jubilee for Robert Stackhouse: An Artist
At Work.


Missouri Arts Council, Carol Mickett, Grant for Art Radio. (1997-2000)


Squaw Valley Writers Community, Carol Mickett, Squaw Valley, CA.


1998 Mason L. Dean Charitable Trust Grant admin. NationsBank, N. A., Carol Mickett, Kansas City Writers
Project.


Mid-America Arts Alliance, Catalyst Grant, Carol Mickett, Kansas City Writers Project.


Arts and Humanities of Johnson County, Carol Mickett, Web Site for Art Radio.


NationsBank Grant, Carol Mickett, Center for Management Assistance for Art Radio.


New Millennium Writings, Awards V. Carol Mickett, Finalist.


1997 Catskill Poetry Workshop, NY, Carol Mickett


1993 Central Missouri State University, Technology Grant, Carol Mickett


1992 Leo Block Honorary Chair, Robert Stackhouse, University of Denver, Denver, CO.


Distinguished Alumnus Achievement Award, Robert Stackhouse, University of South Florida.


Central Missouri State University, Course Development Grant, Carol Mickett.


1991 NEA, Individual Artist Fellowship, Robert Stackhouse.


NEH Summer Institute, Periklean Athens, Dir. Al Leonard, Univ of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, Carol Mickett.


Central Missouri State University Research Grant, Carol Mickett.


Central Missouri State University Provost Discretionary Fund Grant, Carol Mickett.


Central Missouri State University Departmental Merit Award, Carol Mickett.


1990 NEH Summer Seminar, Socrates, Dir. Gregory Vlastos, University of California, Berkley, CA, Carol Mickett.


1987 Professor Emeritus, Robert Stackhouse, Corcoran School of Art, Washington, D.C.


1983/84 Dissertation Fellowship, University of Minnesota, Carol Mickett.


1983 NEA, Individual Artist Fellowship, Robert Stackhouse.


1981 CAPS, State of New York, Robert Stackhouse.


1977 NEA, Individual Artist Fellowship, Robert Stackhouse.


1974 Graduated summa cum laude from the University of New Hampshire, Carol Mickett.


Phi Beta Kappa, Carol Mickett.


1969 Morris & Gwendlyn Cafritz Foundation Grant, Robert Stackhouse.

Select Museum, Corporate and Individual Collections
Mickett-Stackhouse:.Clayco Corporation, Chicago, IL, McGuireWoods, Richmond, VA, Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga, TN., City of Takamatsu, Japan, International Sculpture Center, Hamilton, NJ, Contemporary Art Museum, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL., University of South Florida-St. Petersburg, Public Art Collection, University of Central Florida, Public Art Collection, Orlando, FL, Chazen Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, ARTSPARK, Indianapolis Art Center, Indianapolis, IN, Law Firm of Thomas & LoCicero, Tampa, FL, Jamie Johnson, New York, NY, Roy & Agnes Slade, Clearwater, FL, Bonita Cobb, St. Petersburg, FL, Robert Glaser and Rob Bowen, St. Petersburg, FL. Marilyn and Kenneth Harrison, Chattanooga, TN, Murry Bring, Sarasota, FL, Charlotte and Charles Perret, Sarasota, FL. George Gloesel, Bay City, MI. Robert Stackhouse: National Gallery, Washington D.C, John and Maxine Belger Family Foundation, Kansas City, MO., Contemporary Art Museum, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL., Oliver Ranch Sculpture Park, Geyserville, CA., Australian National Gallery, Canberra, Australia., Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, MO., Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY., Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL., Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN., Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago,
IL., Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, FL., Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland, FL. Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH., Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD., Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA., Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN., Prudential Life Insurance Company of America, Minneapolis, MN., Kemper Insurance Company, Long Grove, IL., Exxon Corporation, New York, NY., Citicorp, New York, NY., Sunrise Foundation, Inc., Charleston, WV., Madison Art Center, Madison, WI., Thomas & LoCicero, Tampa, FL., Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, TN., Philadelphia Savings Fund Society, Philadelphia, PA., The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA., Phillip Morris, New York, NY., Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE., Museum of
Fine Arts, Boston, MA., Smith College Museum of Art, North Hampton, MA., Newsweek Magazine, New York, NY, J.P. Morgan & Co. Incorporated, New York, NY., American Express, New York, NY., Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C., The Phillips Collection, Washington D.C., Hallmark Cards Inc., Kansas City, MO., Rayovac, Madison, WI., Texaco USA, Houston, TX., Corndisco, Inc.,
Rosemont, IL., Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, GA., Beach Museum, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS., Knoxville Museum, Knoxville, TN., Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR., Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne, IN., Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO., Imagery Estate Winery, Sonoma, CA.

Publications & Media Coverage***
2024 Salomé Gómez-Upegui, “Art-World Insiders on What to See, Do, Eat, and Drink During Miami Art Week,” Vogue, December 4, 2023.


2023 Artist At Sea (Catalogue), UNESCO, Schmidt Ocean Institute, Nautilus.

Amanda Hagood, “Wild Space Gallery Connects Art and Conservation”, The Gabber, December 15, 2023.


Tony Palms, “Mickett/Stackhouse – Circle of Water,” Arts Coast Magazine, Creative Pinellas, Dec. 11, 2023.


Robin O’Dell, “Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse,” The Artisan Magazine, Vol I, Issue XII,
July 2023, pages 13-17.


2022 Arts & Climate Change, Arts Link magazine, Americans for The Arts, Fall/Winter Issue.


Schmidt Ocean Institute Post Card Series, Falkor: Body &Spirit.


Carol Mickett, “My Visit: The Visit by Yamandú Canosa, Dalí Museum, St. Petersburg, FL, Art Coast Magazine, Creative Pinellas Online, June, 2022.


Carol Mickett, “Collaboration With A Heart,” Art Coast Magazine, Creative Pinellas Online, Apr. 2022.


Carol Mickett, “Cherubs, Cherubs Everywhere; Bernini and the Roman Baroque: Masterpieces from
Palazzo Chigi in Ariccia, Museum of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg, FL, February 12, 2022 – May 8, 2022,” Art Coast Magazine, Creative Pinellas Online, Feb. 2022.


2021 Carol Mickett, “Ship and Spirit,” “A Man, A Plan, Panama,” and “Our Journey Ends Another Begins.” Artist-At-Sea essays, Schmidt Ocean Institute.


Jennifer Ring, “Climate change plays heavy in latest Mickett-Stackhouse exhibition at Creative Pinellas,” Creative Loafing, May 28, 2021.


Maggie Duffy, “Raising Awareness of Rising Seas”, Art and Culture, Tampa Bay Times, Sunday, April 18, 2021, page 5E.


Maggie Duffy, “ ‘Expanding Waters’ explores Florida’s rising sea levels,” tampabay.com, April 13, 2021.


Cathy Salustri, “Fire & Ice,” DUPONT RESGISTRY of Tampa Bay, Spring 2021, pages 84-86.


Cathy Salustri, “Interview: Artists Carol Mickett & Robert Stackhouse on their new show, ‘Expanding Waters,’”
DUPONTREGISTRYTAMPABAY.COM.


Robert Boyd, “New Creative Pinellas exhibit offers partnership between art and science,” ABC Action News,
WFTS, Tampa Bay. March 25, 2021.


Carol Mickett & Robert Stackhouse: Expanding Waters. Includes essay: “Making the Visible Visible,” by Danny Olda, Curator (Creative Pinellas, March 17, 2021).


2020 “Relief for the Pinellas Arts Community”, Tampa Bay Magazine (Vol. 35: Issue 3), page 38.


2019 Transformative Walls V, CODAmagazine.


2018 American Masters. (National Gallery of Australia, 2018).

Placemaking Art IV, CODAmagazine.

 

Mary Stewart. Launching the Imagination, Sixth Edition. New York: McGraw-Hill Education, 2018.


2016 Caitlin Albritton, “Sense of Place: Both Near and Far at Gallery 501,” Creative Loafing, Oct. 10, 2016.


Gateway Plaza in Richmond wins Design-Build Award”, Richmond Times-Dispatch, Aug. 28, 2016.


Michael Thompson, “Gateway Plaza takes top honors at local real estate awards”, Richmond Biz-Sense, Apr. 2016.


Public Art Review, Franz Mayer of Munich full page ad.


2015 Changing. Changeless. McGuire Woods Report on Diversity  Inclusion (cover photo)


Joan Simon. Oliver Ranch. (New York: ARTBOOK/D.A.P., 2015).


Jo Lord, Art Gallery: Page Bond Gallery showing “ARCHITECTURED WATER,” Richmond Times-
Dispatch, Dec. 23, 2015.


Paula C. Squires, “Part of Richmond’s Resurgence”, Virginia Business, Sept. 23, 2015.


Carol Hazard, “City gateway is “Museum Quality”, Richmond Times-Dispatch, Aug. 24, 2015.


Carol Hazard, “Gateway Plaza office tower opens in downtown Richmond”, Richmond-Times Dispatch, Aug. 23, 2015

20th Anniversary Corcoran College Print Portfolio, Hand Print Workshop and the Corcoran College of Artand Design, Washington, DC.


2014 Megan Voeller, “Pinellas’ forward momentum,” Creative Loafing, Feb. 26, 2014.


2013 Tampa Review. Cover and interior images and essay by Richard Matthews, editor (Tampa, FL, University of Tampa, Vol. 45/46, 2013).


Kevin Tighe, “Inside the photo booth: Artist Carol Mickett,” Creative Loafing, Jul. 25, 2013.


Tyler Whitson, “Visual Artists Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse Discuss the collaborative process at
their current Tidal Works Exhibition Downtown”, Sarasota News Leader, Sarasota, FL, March 1, 2013.

Megan Voeller, “Satellites of Love,” Creative Loafing, Tampa Bay, FL, February 2013.


Cheri Castro, “12 years of Collaborating Artistry”, Herald-Tribune, Sarasota, FL, Feb. 14, 2013.


Cover Image, Season: The Observer’s guide to the arts and society, Sarasota, FL, Spring 2013.


Pamela Beck, “Art Travels,” Sarasota Visual Art, sarasotavisualarts.com, January 2013.


Mallory Gnaegy, & Editor, “Backstage Pass: Light is Shed on the Inner Working of an Installation”, The Observer, Sarasota, FL, January 9, 2013.


Madison Chapman, “Artists See Connected Cycles,” Herald-Tribune, Sarasota, FL, January 2013.


2012 Gateways to Art: Understanding the Visual Arts, Debra J. DeWitte, Ralph M. Larmann and M. KathrynShields (New York: Thames & Hudson, 2012) pp. 42 & 69.


Jonathan Goodman, “Reviews: New York, Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse, The Lab Gallery,” Sculpture Magazine, November 2012: Volume 31, Number 9, pp. 74-75.


The Lab Video see: http://vimeo.com/35592492


Luis Gottardi, “From St. Pete to NYC: A Breath of Water,” Art Taco, Tampa, FL.


Gayle Worland, “Freedom of the press: Students and established artists thrive at Tandem,Wisconsin State Journal, Dec. 12, 2012.


2011 Luis Gottardi, “Tangled up in Blue: Crossing Bridges,” Art Taco, Tampa, FL.


Lennie Bennet, “Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse Show Depth in Blue-hued Art Show at UT,” Tampa Bay Times, July 3, 2011.


Syracuse Guru, “The Art of Robert Stackhouse at SUArt Galleries,” Syracuse, NY, November 21, 2011.


Art Knowledge News, “The Art of Robert Stackhouse,” November 2011.


2010 Kevin Sims, “Park Sculpture is Work in the Woods,News Channel 9, Chattanooga, TN, March 5, 2010.


Michael Crumb, “Organic Dynamic,” The Pulse, Chattanooga, TN, February 24, 2010.


2009 “Place In The Woods,” Chattanooga Times Free Press, Chattanooga, TN, November 8, 2009.


Tampa Review. Cover Image and Essay by Richard Matthews, editor (Tampa, FL, University of Tampa, Vol.
36, 2009).


Karla Jackson, "Stackhouse: Snapshots of an Artist," Alumni Voice, April 2009. (Cover image).


“Meet Our 40 in 40 Outstanding Alumni,” Alumni Voice, Univ. of South Florida, Tampa, FL, Oct. 2009.


2008 Waves of Meaning: Robert Stackhouse and Carol Mickett, Essay by Roy Slade, Director Emeritus, Cranbrook Art Museum & Former Director, Corcoran Gallery of Art (St. Petersburg, FL, St. Petersburg Art Center, 2008).


Margaret Buchen, Harper College 40th Anniversary Art Invitational: A Celebration of Collecting Art at the College (Palatine, IL: Harper College, 2008).


James Borchuck, 'Last Night in St. Petersburg', St. Petersburg Times, January 1, 2008.


'New Year's Resolve Before The Fire', St. Petersburg Times, January 1, 2008.


Megan Voeller, 'Home Port,' Creative Loafing, January 9 -15, 2008.


Lennie Bennett, 'Dual Nature', St. Petersburg Times, January 27, 2008.


Catherine Ward, 'Art Goes Big in Haven Park,' Lakeland Ledger, March 11, 2008.


Paul Swinder, 'Whole-Brain Approach to Art', St. Petersburg Times, April 9, 2008


Mary Jane Park, 'Artist's name, like his work, will live on,' St. Petersburg Times, April 24, 2008.


Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse, 'Sculpture 2008,' 7th Annual Florida Outdoor Sculpture Competition
Catalogue (Lakeland, FL: Polk Museum of Art, 2008).


'City's First Night Wins For Creative Programming', St. Petersburg Times, July 6, 2008.


Robert Stackhouse: Editions Archive. Essays by Michael D. Hall, artist and art writer, and Mary Lee Corlett, National Gallery, Washington, DC (Tampa, FL: Institute for Research in Art, Univ of South Florida, 2008).

Robert Stackhouse: Swimmers and Floaters. Essay by Todd Behrens, curator Polk Museum of Art (Lakeland, FL: Polk Museum of Art, 2008).


George Basley,'An Artist's Journey: Robert Stackhouse Returns to his Alma Mater,' The Oracle, Jan 23, 2008.


Megan Voeller, 'Super Nova' Creative Loafing, February 20 – 26, 2008.


Megan Voeller, 'Fertile Opportunity,' Creative Loafing, February 27 – March 4, 2008.


'Robert Stackhouse', News Chief, March 9, 2008.


Pierre Ducharme, 'Artist of Achievement,' Lakeland Ledger, March 21, 2008.


Gayle Worland,'Designers At Home Inside Mmoca' Wisconsin State Journal, April 20, 2008.


Nick Maleski, 'Robert Stackhouse at Belger Arts: The Range of Possibilities', Kansas City Star, Nov. 27,2008


Elizabeth Alex, 'Magic Among Snakes and Ships in the Belger Art Center,' NBC Action News KSHB-TV 41, December 16, 2008.


Dana Self, "A Career-Spanning Survey of Robert Stackhouse's Work Docks at the Belger', Pitch, Dec. 25, 2008.


2007 Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse,'True Dutterer', True Dutterer: The Work of William S. Dutterer (Washington, DC: American University Museum, 2007).


David Ellis, The Water is Wide: The Art of Boat Making (St. Petersburg, FL: The Studio @ 620, 2007).

Laumeier Sculpture Park Benefit Catalogue (St. Louis, MO: Laumeier Sculpture Park, 2007).


Esther Hammer, "Symbol of Divide Unifies Past, Future,"Tampa Tribune, May 4, 2007.


Mary Jane Park, "On The Town," St. Petersburg Times, November 4, 2007.


Anne Shamas, ";The Artistry of First Night," Best in St. Pete, Nov/Dec 2007.


Mary Jane Park, "Water Retreat," bay: a magazine of the St. Petersburg Times, December 2007.


Sharon Kennedy, "New Year's Eve", St. Petersburg Times, December 27, 2007.


Scott Keeler, "Building it to burn", St. Petersburg Times, December 28, 2007.


Cristina Silva, "Welcome 2008 at First Night" St. Petersburg Times, December 30, 2007.


R. Stackhouse: Paintings, Sculpture, Drawings, 1969-2000. Essay by Dr. Peter Briggs (Lubbock, TX: The Museum of Texas Tech University, 2007).


Kenneth Baker, "A Man Who Can" Art + Auction, September 2007, Volume XXXI, No. 1.


Richard D. Finch and Veda M. Rives, eds., Marks from the Matrix, Normal Editions Workshop, Collaborative Limited Edition Prints, 1976-2006, (Normal, IL: Normal Editions Workshop, Illinois State University, 2007).


Esther Hammer, "Symbol of Divide Unifies Past, Future" Tampa Tribune, May 4, 2007.


Jessica Levco, "Auburndale fish camp focus of art exhibit," News Chief, Vol. 97, Issue 77, Nov. 26, 2007.


Aurora Rodrigues, "Serpents & the Sea," The Ledger, December 1, 2007.

"Auburndale High School Alumni to Exhibit Work at Polk Museum of Art,"Artifacts (Bartow, FL: The Polk Arts Alliance), Volume 10, Number 2, Winter 2007/2008.


2006 "Scene & Heard", Tampa Tribune, April 20, 2006.


Mary Jane Park, "On The Town,"St. Petersburg Times, April 16, 2006.


Bob Nugent, ed., Art for Wine, Forward by Donald Kuspit (Sonoma, CA: Imagery Estate Winery, 2006).


Kevin Lynch, "Tandem Masters,"The Capital Times, January 20, 2006.


Jacob Stockinger,"Tandem Show Just Too Safe," Wisconsin State Journal, March 23, 2006.


Kassy Reyes,"Robert Stackhouse: Artist, Former Bloodhound," Trail of the Hounds, April/May 2006.

"Scene & Heard", Tampa Tribune, April 20, 2006.


Mary Jane Park, "On The Town," St. Petersburg Times, May 14, 2006.


Kevin Lynch, "On Wings of Art,"The Capital Times, July 21, 2006.


2005 Sam Yates, 58th Annual Student Art Competition (Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee, 2005).


S. L. Berry, "Gallery Under The Clouds,"The Indianapolis Star, August 21, 2005.


Mary Jane Park, "Live Arts Recalls Bay's Early Days", St. Petersburg Times, February 12, 2005.


Mary Jane Park,"Arts Events Share Lot of Weekend Attention," St. Petersburg Times, March 9, 2005.


Edward J. Sozanski, "Delaware Art Museum Gets Its New Director From Philadelphia,  The Philadelphia Inquirer, March 31, 2005.


Alice Thorson, "Gallery Owner Transformed K. C. Scene", The Kansas City Star, May 12, 2005.


2004 S. L. Berry, "Want to Work In Stone? Try Confluence"The Indianapolis Star, July 18, 2004.


S. L. Berry, "Cornerstone",The Indianapolis Star, July 18, 2004.


S. L. Berry, "Carving Out A Niche," The Indianapolis Star, June 26, 2004.


S. L. Berry, "Park Draws Art Outdoors", The Indianapolis Star, May 30, 2004.


Mary Jane Park, "Artist's Glass Brightens Stuart Society Benefit," St. Petersburg Times, Jan. 25, 2004.


Mary Jane Park, "Crowd Tunes In To Leavengood-Ahlin Sampler", St. Petersburg Times, Nov. 14, 2004.


Mary Jane Park, "Hoosiers Huddle With Newcomers", St. Petersburg Times, March 30, 2005.


Jim Judy, "Stackhouse/Mickett - A Great Collaboration," Cultural Affairs, Volume 8, Issue 1.


United States Embassy Belgrade. Essay by Hallie and Michael Polt, Ambassador (Washington, D.C.: ART in
Embassies Program. 2004)


Jenny Manning, Sculpture Garden (Canberra: National Gallery of Australia, 2004).


Robyn Maxwell, "From the North: Dadang Christanto", Art on view, National Gallery of Australia, IS 40,
Summer, 2004.


Steven Tonkin, "Max Hutchinson: art entrepreneur", Art on view, National Gallery of Australia, IS 40, Summer,
2004.


Robin Trafton, "First Friday Gallery Walk Takes The Stage", The Kansas City Star, July 2, 2004.


2003 Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse, Cover Image and "Collaborations," The Georgia Review, Vol. LVII, No. 1, Spring 2003.


Jon Wilson, "Artists Look To Turn Home Into Studio", St. Petersburg Times, April 2, 2003.


Jessica Sandler, "The Rise of Tampa Bay's Creative Class," Tampa Bay Metro, Oct/Nov 2003.


Mary Jane Park, "Lecture Pays Tribute to City: Art Reputation", St. Petersburg Times, Nov. 19, 2003.


Elisabeth Kirsch, "Robert Stackhouse: Artist as Shapeshifter" New Letters, Vol 69, Nos. 2, (Cover Image).


Wayne Enstice and Melody Peters, Drawing: Space, Form, and Expression, 3 rd . Ed. (NJ: Pearson, Prentice Hall, 2003) pp. 277-8 (Cover Image).


"Reflections From the Dodd Chair: Robert Stackhouse,"Lamar Dodd School of Art, 2003.

Robin Trafton, "Hospital Nurtures Patients With Regional Fine Art",The Kansas City Star, October 4, 2003.


2002 Cortona International Print Symposium. Essays by Carol Mickett and Paul Krainak (Cortona, Italy: The University of Georgia Studies Abroad Program, 2002).


Robert Stackhouse: A Print Retrospective. Essay by Elisabeth Kirsch (St. Louis, MO: University of Missouri-St. Louis, 2002).


Robert Stackhouse: Passages and Journeys. Essay by Brian Young, Curator (Little Rock, AR: Arkansas Arts Center, 2002).


Dick Belger, "A Different Way to Store Art?" Belger News, Volume XXXII, NO. 1, January 2002.


Alan G. Artner. “Stackhouse’s Art Turns a Corner.” Chicago Tribune, April 19, 2002.


Alice Thorson, "Morgan Gallery moves to Crossroads District, The Kansas City Star, June 2, 2002.


Shashank Bengali, "Art Collection Transforms Offices into Galleries", The Kansas City Star, Aug 21, 2002.


Impact: New Faculty in the Lamar Dodd School of Art, Georgia Museum of Art, Univ. of Georgia, Athens, GA.


Sculpture Tour 2002 ((Kalamazoo, MI: Western Michigan University, 1999).


Carol Mickett, The History Speaks Project: Vision and Voices of Kansas City's Past, Charles N. Kimball Lecture Series (Kansas City, MO: Western Historical Manuscript Collection-Kansas City, 2002).


Brian Burnes, "Voices Help Shed Light on Kansas City Area's Past", The Kansas City Star, Dec. 26, 2002.


2001 A Creative Legacy: A History of The National Endowment For the Arts Visual Artists' Fellowship Program, 1966-1995 (New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publishers, 2001).


Underfoot (Brazil: Bob Nugent, 2001)


William Zimmer. “ART; Grand in Purpose: From Beast to Seed.The New York Times, January 7, 2001.


Kevin Lynch, “Print studio grows in stature,” The Capital Times. January 17, 2001.


Victor Cassidy, “The Romance of Structure.” artnet.com. March 26, 2001.


Florida Boy: New York sculptor Robert Stackhouse’s Central Florida roots.Arts Magazine, Feb-Mar 2001.


John Couture,"New Belger Center to Share Unprecedented Collection," Perspectives (Kansas City: University of Missouri, 2001)


Carol Mickett, guest editor and designer, Kawsmouth, Special Issue: History of the Arts in Kansas City, Vol. 3, No. 1, Winter-Spring 2001.
 

Carol Mickett, "The Identity of a Great Place," Kawsmouth, Vol. 3, No. 1, Winter-Spring 2001.


Carol Mickett, "Oh dear man whom I shall marry," The Squaw Review, Vol. 6.


Carol Mickett, "Lex Talionis," Any Key Review.


2000 Robert Stackhouse, Major Works in Full Scale since 1969. Essay by Phil Vander Weg, Chair, Department of Art, Western Michigan University (Kalamazoo, MI: Kalamazoo Institute of Arts).


Alice Thorson, "Art Notes," February 2, 2000.


Robert W. Butler, "This Year's Lineup",The Kansas City Star, March 31, 2000.


"A Night for Art to Stay Up Late," Wisconsin State Journal, May 4, 2000.


Kevin Lynch, "Gallery Night", The Capital Times, May 5, 2000.


"Art Guide", The New York Times, May 19, 2000.


"Art Guide",The New York Times, May 26, 2000.


"Art Guide", The New York Times, June 2, 2000.


Alice Thorson, "Art Notes, The Kansas City Star, July 16, 2000.


Phil Williams, "Stackhouse, sculptor-painter, named to Lamar Dodd Chair,"Columns, Sept. 5, 2000.


Tandem Press (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin-Madison, Fall 2000).


John Aehl, "Art Gets Out and About," Wisconsin State Journal, October 5, 2000.


Alice Thorson, "Art Notes,"The Kansas City Star, November 19, 2000.


Alice Thorson, "UMKC Plans Art Center Near Campus," December 2, 2000.


Robert W. Butler, "This Year's Line Up",The Kansas City Star, March 31, 2000.


1999 Stackhouse. Essay by J. Richard Gruber, curator, Morris Museum of Art (Augusta, GA: Morris Museum).

 

Water: A Contemporary American View. Essay by Thomas H. Garver, guest curator (Charleston, SC: Gibbes Museum of Art, 1999).


Sculpture (Kalamazoo, MI: Western Michigan University, 1999).


Alice Thorson,"Making Ends Meet East Meets West,"The Kansas City Star, February 21, 1999.


Mary Cadden, "What's Happening", USA Today, Friday, May 14, 1999.


Kent Kimes, "Structural Expression", The Augusta Chronicle, Sunday, May 16, 1999.


Laura R. Hockaday, "KCAI Art Auction Nets Record Proceeds", The Kansas City Star, May 16, 1999

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Donnie Fetter, "Stackhouse Creates Sculpture for Augusta State,"Metro Spirit, April 29, 1999.


Art Hove, Tandem Press, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Spring 1999.


"A Walk In The Sculpture Park",The Kansas City Star, June 6, 1999.

Margaret Schmitz Rizzo, "Midtown What's Hot Sculpture Add Drama To Outdoors", The Kansas City Star, June 10, 1999.


Alice Thorson,"D.C. K.C. Sculpture Gardens Have Much In Common", The Kansas City Star, June 13, 1999.


Kavanaugh, Penn, and Perrin,"P. S.", The Kansas City Star, June 14, 1999.


Linda S. Mah, "Stackhouse returns for retrospective", Kalamazoo Gazette, September 5, 1999.


Alice Thorson, "Mom and Pop Art for 30 Years," The Kansas City Star, October 17, 1999.


Ellison Austen Walcott, "Robert Stackhouse: Major Worlds 1969-1999, Morris Museum of Art, Augusta,"Art on Paper, November-December 1999.


Tandem Press, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Winter 1999/2000.


Carol Mickett, "Five Poems", (Jumping the Moon, Boo, Topless, The Monkeys Will Miss You, Even in Paradise)", Prairie Schooner, Vol. 73, No. 2, Summer 1999.


Carol Mickett, "Antonio Skarmeta", New Letters, Vol. 65, Issue 2, 1999.


Alice Thorson, "Art Notes", The Kansas City Star, July 25, 1999.


Michael Humphrey, "On Kansas City Writers, reading is aloud"The Kansas City Star, April 4, 1999.


Brian Burnes, "KC Anniversary Fund Aids Several Projects",The Kansas City Star, March 22, 1999.


Keith Chrostonski, "Epic Battle in Cultural War, The Impeachment Struggle had its Roots in the 1960s," The Kansas City Star, February 13, 1999.


1998 Robert Stackhouse: Missouri Bones. Essay by Mark Spencer, Director, The Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art (St. Joseph, MO: The Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art, 1998)


Pier Walk; (Chicago, IL: 3-D CHICAGO, 1998).


Graphicstudio: El Campo Expandido De La Grafica, (Santafe de Bogota D. C.: Biblioteca Luis Angel Arango and Graphicstudio, University of South Florida, 1998).


Corey Postiglione, "Robert Stackhouse", dialogue, March/April 1998.


Sarah Downey, "Art is Larger Than Life at Navy Pier," Chicago Tribune, May 5, 1998.


Kathleen Whitney, "Robert Stackhouse: The Ritual of Labor," Sculpture, Vol. 17, No. 5, May/June 1998.


Alice Thorson, "A Critics Guide To the Commercial Art Galleries", The Kansas City Star, August 29, 1998.


"Robert Stackhouse: Someways", The Albrecht Kemper Museum of Art, Summer 1998.


Carol Mickett, theater critic, The New Times, Kansas City, MO.


Alice Thorson, "Art Notes", The Kansas City Star, October 11, 1998.


Alice Thorson,"Art Notes", The Kansas City Star, September 6, 1998.


George Gurley, "What We Read", The Kansas City Star, August 16, 1998.


Alice Thorson, "Art Notes",The Kansas City Star, July 26, 1998.


Carol Mickett, "Women's History Month is a Time for Celebrating", The Kansas City Star, March 25, 1998.


1997 Sculpture Garden. Essay by Jenny Manning (Canberra, Australia: The National Gallery, 1997).


Nannette V. Maciejunes and Michael D. Hall, The Paintings of Charles Burchfield North by Midwest (New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publishers, and Ohio, Columbus Museum of Art, 1997).


Calvin Wilson, "Prose and Poetry on the Air? It's Art Radio,",January 5, 1997.


1996 Robert Stackhouse. Essay by Roberta Lord (Kansas City, MO: Kansas City Art Institute, 1996).


1996 Acquisitions, Hallmark Art Collection, Kansas City, MO.


Paul Richard,"Henri Dies at 87: Vibrant Dealer in Art, Antigues.", The Washington Post, February 20, 1996.


“Master/Apprentice: Stackhouse at KCAI,” New Times Arts and Entertainment, March 7, 1996.


Fred Blocher, “Sculpture Structure", The Kansas City Star, March 13, 1996.


Michelle Lozano, “Thirty Years...and counting,” St. Joseph News-Press, Friday, May 12, 1996


Kathleen Whitney, “Robert Stackhouse: The Ritual of Labor,” Sculpture, May/June 1996


Timothy J. Lamorte, "Port Chester Landmark Finds New Identity", Port Chester Guide, June 19, 1996.


Alice Thorson, “St. Joseph exhibit stacks up as strong sculpture", The Kansas City Star, June 21, 1996.


1996 Alice Thorson, "TakinIt To The Streets", The Kansas City Star, September 25, 1996.


"Local Actors to Participate in Reading at the Writers Place", The Kansas City Star, May 17, 1996.


1995 Kristen Gladsky, “Robert Stackhouse’s Works Build on the Minimalists-Sculptor’s Repetitious Shapes Reflect a Nautical Theme,” The Kansas City Star, May 18, 1995.


Kevin Lynch, "Print-makers Make It Big", The Capital Times, June 1, 1995.


Robert Trussell,"Women Writers Present: Potluck of 11 Plays", The Kansas City Star, April 30, 1995.


Lisa W. Gray, "Women, 11 Vignettes About Life, Potluck Features Former Artist At Kaw Valley Center, The Kansas City Star, April 27, 1995.


Glenn E. Rice, "An Outlet For Works By Women, Potluck Productions Troupe is Fostering Writers,Producers",  The Kansas City Star, April 27, 1995.


Miriam Pepper, "Women's Potluck; Adds Spice to Stage for Area Writers", April 25, 1995.


1994 Rich Montgomery, "So Smile! It Could Be Worse, Maybe We Have Fallen, But We Can Still Get Up – With Help,",The Kansas City Star, November 24, 1994.

Eric Adler, "A Culture in Need of More Kindness, Do Good Deeds Touch Us Because They're So Rare," The Kansas City Star, July 26, 1994


1994 R.Stackhouse. (Laramie, WY: University of Wyoming Art Museum, 1994).


Tandem Press: Five Years of Collaboration and Experimentation at the Elvehjem Museum of Art. Essay by Andrew Stevens (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin, 1993).


Kevin Lynch, "Ghost Haunt Arist's Work", The Capital Times, April, 28, 1994.


Susan Blocker, "Working in Tandem Draws Artists", Wisconsin State Journal, May 1, 1994.


Cathy Curtis, "Art Review: Sculptors Look Good on Paper Show of Prints and Drawings Reveal Some Interesting Paths to 3-D",Los Angeles Times, December 10, 1994.


Miriam Pepper, "Women Attending 5 Day Institute Take Aim At the Top in Leadership Seminar at UMKC", The Kansas City Star, August 23, 1994.


1993 Robert Stackhouse. Essay by Douglas Gatanis (Tampa, FL: Graphicstudio, University of South Florida, 1993).


"Brush Up On Madison Galleries", Wisconsin State Journal, January 8, 1993.


Lee Fleming, "In the Coils of the Serpent",The Washington Post, February 13, 1993.


Paul Richard,"Soul Survivor: Sam Gilliam, the Last of the color Painters, Toughs it Out in D.C." Feb. 28,1993.


Alice Thorsen, “Morgan Scores With Great Double Header,” The Kansas City Star, March 18, 1993.


Deanne Pearson, “Review” The Forum Magazine, April 17, 1993.


Kevin Lynch, "Tandem's Star is Rising", The Capital Times, August, 19, 1993.


Carol Mickett, Gregory Vlastos' Socrates, Ironist and Moral Philosophy (Cornell, 1991), Canadian Philosophical Reviews, Vol. XIII, No.2, April 93.


Carol Mickett, Comments on Sandra L. Bartky's Femininity & Domination, Hypatia, Vol. 8, No. 1, Winter 1993.


1992 Ten Sites: Works, Artists, Years. Debra l. Reinhardt, editor. Essay by Susan Waller (St. Louis, MO: Laumeier Sculpture Park, 1992).


Ina Pasch, "Artist's Passage: Printmaker Enjoys Journey's to Tandem," Wisconsin State Journal, Feb. 6, 1992.


"Robert Stackhouse at Morgan Gallery/C.I.A.E." (cover image), Art Now International Gallery Guide May 1992.


Ina Pash, "New Acquistions on Exhibit at Elvehjem Museum of Art", Wisconsin State Journal, May 9, 1993.


JoAnn Lewis, "Bidding Their Works Goodbye: Creditors', Auction Today Has Local Artists Upse", The Washington Post, December 12 1992.


Carol Mickett, Problems Facing Women in Philosophy: Towards an Agenda for the Ninties, Newsletter on Feminism and Philosophy, Vol. 91, No. 2.


1991 Robert Stackhouse. Essay by Carter Ratcliff (Wilmington, DE: Delaware Art Museum, 1991).


"Stackhouse Show Opens Friday", Daily News, West Chester, PA, April 10, 1991.


Gary Mullinax, "A Voyage to Common Places", Sunday News Journal, April 21, 1991.


Victoria Donohoe, "Common Places is Theme of Stackhouse Exhibition", Philadelphia Inquirer, April 28, 1991.


Edward J. Sozanski, "Ships and Snakes in Stackhouses'; Mid-Career Works", Philadelphia Inquirer, May 2, 1991.


Elleb Goldman Frasco, "Hands-On Fun, From Turtles to Tales", The Philadelphia Inquirer, May 4, 1991.


Phil Toman,"Common Places' Exhibit at Delaware Art Museum", Newark Post, May 16, 1991.


Carolyn Roland, "Common Places: Painting and Sculpture by Robert Stackhouse", Art Matters, June 1991.


Vivien Raynor, "Art: The Works of an Artist Said to have Retired from Painting", New York Times, Aug. 4, 1991.


Mary Ann Marger, "Shipshape Show Drops Anchor", St. Petersburg Times, November 8, 1991.


"Stackhouse Commission Dedicated at University", Hawaii Art Reach, Vol.7, No. 5, November/December 1991.


Sidney Lawrence"Sculpting the Land at Oliver Ranch", Garden Design Magazine, December 1991.


1990 Robert Stackhouse, Encountering's: An Installation with Drawings. Essay by Margo A. Crutchfield, curator, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (Richmond, VA: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts).


The Boat Show: Fantastic Vessels, Fictional Voyages. (Portland, ME: Portland Museum of Art, 1990).


Ron Ronck, "Abstract Meeting Reality"The Honolulu Advertiser, January, 24, 1990.


Leslie Leubbers, "Project Portfolios: The 25th National Print Exhibition"; Collectors Newsletter, Jan-Feb 1990.


Catherine Bedard, "Territoires artistes: Paysages verticaux", Parachute (Montreal), No. 57, Jan., Feb., Mar. 1990.


Louise Dery, ";Depuis Qu'ily Y A Des Vides&", "Dans Le Paysage De Quebec,"; Musees, Societe des Musees Quebecois, Montreal, No. 1, Fevrier 1990.


Joy Hakanson Colby, "Robert Stackhouse." The Detroit News, April 12, 1990.


Marsha Miro, "Sculptor Reaches Back into History & Makes a Natural Connection" Detroit Free Press, April 20, 1990.


Paul Clements, Ship Shapes,"Museum & Arts Washington," November/December 1990.


Ann Glen Crowe, "Robert Stackhouse," Art Papers, Vol. 14, No. 6, November/December 1990.


Michael Welzenbach, "Stackhouse's Intricate Inventiveness",The Washington Post, December 8, 1990.


Deborah Yellin, "Robert Stackhouse."ArtNews, December 1990.

Mary Swift, "Robert Stackhouse and Mary Beth Edelson" Washington Review, Dec/ Jan 1990.


1988 Carol Mickett, Frege, Objectivity, and The Three Realms (Minneapolis, MN: The Graduate School, University of Minnesota, 1988).

Lectures/Presentations
2023 William S. Dutterer: Below the Surface-A Deep “See,” Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne, IN. (RS)


2022 Balance of Water: Artists Talk, Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art, Tarpon Springs, FL.
Florida Interior Waterways and Climate Change, Carol Mickett and Mallory Dimmitt, Leepa-Rattner Museum of
Art, Tarpon Springs, FL.


Economic Well-Being of Artists, Creative Pinellas-We Convene Town Hall, Pinellas County, FL (CM)


2015 Stories of Places in a Contemporary Cityscape, Florida Main Street 2015 Annual Conference, St. Petersburg, FL.


2014 Art and the City, Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, FL.


Welcome to Mickett-Stackhouse Studio, The Contemporaries, Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, FL.


2013 Phases of Identity, Ringling College of Art and Design, Sarasota, FL.


Artist Talk, Allyn Gallup Contemporary Gallery, Sarasota, FL.


2012 Carol Mickett & Robert Stackhouse, Chazen Museum of Art w/Tandem Press, Madison, WI.


2011 Recent Work: Carol Mickett &Robert Stackhouse, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY.

Crossing Bridges, University of Tampa, Tampa, FL.


Place In The Woods: 1 year anniversary, Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga, TN.


Revenue, Reputation, and Resources, Culture Builds Florida Conference - Department of State’s Division of
Cultural Affairs, Tampa, FL.


2010 Public Art Expert Webinar, Klein Art Works, Chicago, IL


Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse, Artist Table, Morean Art Center, St.Petersburg, FL.


2009 Lecture, Public Art, The Holmberg Arts Leadership Institute, Allied Arts, Chattanooga, TN.


2005 Mickett/Stackhouse Collaboration, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.


2004 Mickett/Stackhouse Collaboration, Indianapolis Art Center, Indianapolis, IN.


Art of Collecting, Poynter Institute, St. Petersburg Art Center, St. Petersburg, Fl.


2003 Art of Collection, Mickett/Stackhouse Studio, St. Petersburg Art Center, St. Petersburg, FL.


2002 The History Speaks Project: Vision and Voices of Kansas City's Past, Charles N. Kimball Lecture Series, Western
Historical Manuscript Collection-Kansas City, Kansas City, MO.


2001 "ABWA Get Into It," American Business Women Association National Convention, Keynote speech by
Carolyn Elman, CEO, Albuquerque, NM.


2000 "Federal Funding for the Arts: Is It Tax Money Well Spent?", Topics &Toast, University of Missouri-
Kansas City, Kansas City, MO.


"Wild Women Do", American Business Women Association National Convention, Keynote speech by
Carolyn Elman, CEO, Atlanta, GA.


1999 "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun," American Business Women Association National Convention, Keynote
speech by Carolyn Elman, CEO, Kansas City, MO.


1998 “What is a Feminist,” Soroptimist, Kansas City.


Amelia Earhart in a Woman’s Context,” Zonta, Kansas City, MO.


1997Setting The Context: Women in the 90s,” Women’s Leadership Institute, UMKC, Kansas City, MO.


“Women in Leadership,” Central Exchange Leadership Program, Kansas City, MO.


1996 “Double, Double, Toil and Trouble,” Central Exchange, Kansas City, MO.


“Stories, Friendship and Feminism,” Central Exchange South, Overland Park, KS.


“On The Importance of Women,” Women’s Leadership Institute, UMKC, Kansas City, MO.


1995 “Being a Feminist: the Challenges and the Glory,” All Souls Unitarian Forum, Kansas City, MO.


“Facing the Obstacles,” Women’s Leadership Institute, UMKC, Kansas City, MO.


1994 “Acting From An Actor’s Perspective,” Missouri Philological Association.


“Philosophy: From the Head and the Heart,” American Philosophical Association, Central Division and
Society for Women in Philosophy.


1993 “On Being a Feminist Leader,” Women’s Leadership Institute, UMKC. Kansas City, MO.


“On Being a Feminist Leader,” Central Exchange, Kansas City, MO.


“Comments on Lisa Heldke’s & Let’s Eat Chinese’: Cultural Food Colonialism,” American Philosophical
Association, Central Division.


1992 “Socratic Piety: A Relation of Care and Service”, APA, Central Division.


“On Being a Feminist Leader, “Women’s Leadership Institute, UMKC, Kansas City, MO.


1991 “Socratic Piety: A Relation of Care and Service”, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York.
“Socrates is not an Eudaimonist”, APA, Pacific Division. “Socrates is not an Eudaimonist”, Midsouth
Philosophical Association.

“Comments on Sandra L. Bartky’s Femininity & Domination: Studies in the
Phenomenology of Oppression (Routledge, 1990)”,
Midwest Society for Women in Philosophy at APA,
Central Division.


“Problems Facing Women in Philosophy: Toward an Agenda for the Nineties,” Committee on the Status of
Women of the American Philosophical Association, APA, Central Division.


1990 Commentator for Elizabeth Eames’s “Russell on Women”, a tribute to Elizabeth Eames at Midwest Society
for Women in Philosophy at APA, Central Division.


“Women in Philosophy at Midwest Society for Women in Philosophy,” Fall, Midwest SWIP.


“Frege in the Garden of Science,” Hamilton College, Hamilton, New York.


“Frege in the Garden of Science,” Kansas City Area Philosophy Teachers, Overland Park, KS.

Education: Carol Mickett
1988 University of Minnesota, Ph.D. Philosophy


1976 Princeton University, Audited Graduate Courses, Philosophy


1975 University of California, Los Angeles, Summer Courses, Philosophy


1974 University of New Hampshire, B.A. (summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa)


Self-designed major: Studies in Ancient Greece and Rome


1971 New York University, Undergraduate Work Theater Training


1993-98 Actor's-Craft Studio, Richard Alan Nichols, Kansas City, MO.


1994 -98 Voice, Louis Colaianni, Kansas City, MO.


1994- 98 Singing, Molly Jessup, Kansas City, MO.


1995 Acting II, Ted Swetz, University of Missouri-Kansas City, MO.


1994 Wright/Laird Film and Video Workshop, Kansas City, MO.


1993/4 Michael Stark Advanced Film and Video Workshop, Kansas City, MO.


Academic Appointments: Carol Mickett


2014 Visiting Professor, Museum Studies, USF, Tampa, FL.


2007 Adjunct Associate Professor, Art Department, USF, Tampa, FL.


1999 Lecturer in Philosophy, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO.


1989-94 Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator, Philosophy Department, Central Missouri State University,
Warrensburg, MO.


1986-89 Assistant Professor, Philosophy, Kent State University, Kent, OH.


1986 Instructor, College of St. Catherine, St. Paul, MN.


1985 Instructor, Honors Seminar, Univ. of Minnesota, Honors Division, Minneapolis, MN


1979-84 Instructor, Philosophy, University of Minnesota. Minneapolis, MN


1982-83 Instructor, Philosophy, The School of the Associated Arts, St. Paul, Minnesota.


Consultant/Boards/Members: Carol Mickett


2021-present NPARE (North Pinellas Advocates for Racial Equity), Pinellas County, FL.


2020- present Sustainability Committee, Tarpon Springs, FL.


2020 Mentor for Emerging Artist Program, Creative Pinellas, Pinellas County, FL.


Advisory Committee, Pinellas Arts Community Relief Fund, Pinellas County, FL.

2019-present Board of the Pinellas County Urban League, Pinellas County, FL.


2015-present Community Advisory Board, Institute for Research in Art, USF, Tampa, FL.


2018-present Member Warehouse Arts District, St. Petersburg, FL.


2012-18 Edible Peace Patch Project, Executive Committee, St. Petersburg, FL.


2010-13 City of St. Petersburg Arts Advisory Committee, St. Petersburg, FL.


2000 Arts & Culture Task Force, advisor & writer, University of Missouri-Kansas City.


1999 Publish Free.com, company start up consultant, online as MK12.com and Arcadia Network.com,

Kansas City, MO.

1998 Mayor's Committee for People w/ Disabilities, Jackson County Board of Services, board & staff

development, Kansas City, MO and Raytown, MO.


1998 Writers Place, educational development, Kansas City, MO.


1994-98 Leadership Institute, Women's Center, U. of Missouri-Kansas City, chair & curriculum development.


Education: Robert Stackhouse
2006 University of South Florida, Fine Arts, Honorary Doctorate.


1967 University of Maryland, Painting, M.A.

1965 University of South Florida, Fine Arts, B.A.


Academic Appointments: Robert Stackhouse


2000-03 Lamar Dodd Distinguished Chair, Lamar Dodd School of Art, University of Georgia, Athens, GA.


2001 Richard Koopman Distinguished Chair, Hartford School of Art, University of Hartford, Hartford, CT.


1992 Leo Block Honorary Chair, University of Denver, Denver, CO.


1997 Visiting Professor, Department of Architecture, Drury College, Springfield, MO.


1996 Visiting Professor, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO.


1994 Visiting Professor, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL.


1966-87 Professor, Professor Emeritus, & Chair, B.F.A. Program, Corcoran School of Art, Washington, D.C.
Consultant/Boards/Members: Robert Stackhouse


2020 – 2023 Public Art Committee, Tarpon Springs, FL.


2015-present Community Advisory Board, Institute for Research in Art, USF, Tampa, FL.


2018-present Member Warehouse Arts District, St. Petersburg, FL

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