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Greer Fine Arts Endowment Visiting Artists

2010s

  • (2019) Roxy Toporowych, filmmaker
  • (2018) Alysha Baier, potter
  • (2017) Christa Donner, artist, organizer and activist
  • (2016) Erin Barnett, art scholar
  • (2015) Johanna Mueller, printmaker
  • (2014) Travis Berning, ceramic artist
  • (2013) Mariangeles Soto-Diaz, painter
  • (2012) John Hitchcock, printmaker
  • (2010) Heinrich Toh, artist
  • (2010) Paul Rudy, composer

2000s

  • (2009) Alice Watterson, artist-teacher
  • (2008) Allen Vizzutti, trumpeter
  • (2007) Peter Massing, artist-teacher
  • (2006) Greg Luginbuhl, artist-teacher
  • (2005) Arianna String Quartet
  • (2005) Nancy Palmeri, printmaker
  • (2004) Lloyd Menard, printmaker
  • (2004) Conrad Snider, clay artist
  • (2003) Chris Wolff, potter
  • (2002) Buzz Alexander, prison arts
  • (2002) Elizabeth Dove, printmaker
  • (2002) Count Basie Orchestra (jazz big band)
  • (2001) Henry Holden, media commentator, comedian, actor
  • (2001) Lynwood Kreneck, artist
  • (2000) Gregory H. Miller and Dick Lehman, artists

1990s

  • (1999) James H. Chapmyn and Living the Dream Theater, actors
  • (1999) John A. Michael, artist-teacher
  • (1999) Frank Nemhauser, conductor
  • (1998) William Christenberry, visual artist
  • (1997) Augusta Read Thomas, composer
  • (1996) Paul Soldner and Maya Nishi, artists
  • (1995) Patrick Dougherty, artist
  • (1995) Alice Parker, composer
  • (1994) Ted Swartz and Lee Eshleman, actors
  • (1993) Symposium: The Arts, Culture and Community
  • (1992) Nicholas Hill, artist
  • (1991) Symposium: The Arts and Prophetic Imagination
  • (1991) Erma Martin Yost, artist
  • (1990) Malcolm Miller, Chartres Cathedral scholar
  • (1990) Roberto Caamaño, composer

1980s

  • (1989) Steven Fiol, opera director
  • (1988) Elvera Voth, choral director
  • (1988) Milford E. Greer Painting Exhibit
  • (1988) Bethel College alumni present Cosi Fan Tutte
  • (1987) Centennial Alumni Art Exhibit
  • (1987) David Dunlap, artist-teacher
  • (1986) Willem Volkersz, artist-teacher
  • (1985) Wallace Shearon, bass-baritone
  • (1985) Jack Eddleman, opera director
  • (1985) Peter Hurford, organist
  • (1985) Reinhold Marxhausen, artist-teacher
  • (1984) Laura Chapman, specialist in art education
  • (1983) William Meyers, writer/director
  • (1983) Donald Martin Jenni, composer/theorist
  • (1983) Kenneth Hiebert, graphic designer/photographer
  • (1982) Keith Dearborn, music educator
  • (1981) Leslie Irene Coger, oral interpreter
  • (1981) Alan Gussow, painter
  • (1980) Arthur Tollefson, pianist

1970s

  • (1979) Edward Sovik, Jr., architect

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