Publications
(2013). On Being a Collector: The Story of Three Papers & Reflections of an Avid Collector and Occasional ResearcherCanadian Art Teacher
11(2), 7, 28-35.
(2000). The Ghost WriterThe Journal of Social Theory in Art Education, JSTAE, 19/20, 41-58.
(1995). Amy’s Crits. In T. Barrett (Ed.), Lessons for Teaching Art Criticism (pp. 107-113). Bloomington, Indiana University: ERIC: ART.
(1993, July). The Snowy Day: The Story of a Collaboration (With Apologies to Ezra Jack Keats)Art Education: The Journal of the National Art Education Association, 46(4), 7-13.
(1989). Towards a Personal Mythology of TeachingCanadian Review of Art Education: Research and Issues, 16(1), 45-51.

Programs (Funded)
(2005-2011). DICE, Design Initiative Through Community Empowerment. After School program for high school students.
(1998–2002). The 4th R:  Teaching Observational Drawing to Young Children, at the Beginning with Children Charter School. Brooklyn, NY. 
(1986–1989). Shared Visions: Young Artists and Old Masters Collaborate, for fourth graders and elder artists.

Presentations
(2015). The Aesthetic Dimensions of the Teaching and Learning Environment. Piecing Together a Future of American Education: A Conversation about Reggio Emilia with Local Professors (Panel), New York, NY.
(2014). James Castle, Edward Hopper, and William Kentridge: Mapping the Self through Drawing. National Art Education Association, San Diego, CA.
(1990, November). Evaluating Art through Artful Evaluation (Respondent), Assessment in the Arts Conference, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, NY.
(1984, March 24). The Magic Lantern of Charlotte Salomon. Creative Arts Therapy Expo, Pratt Institute & (1984, Mar. 29–Apr. 3). National Art Education Association Conference, Miami, FL.

Exhibitions
(1982, Jan.-Feb.). Images of Experience: Paintings by Untutored Older Artists, Co-curator, D. Sunseri, Pratt Institute; (1982, June–Sept.). The Fleming Museum of Art; (1982, Oct. 3-Nov. 20). The Tampa Museum of Art.
(1977, February). Preparatory Notes, Thinking Drawings, M. Amateau, Co-curator. 80 Washington Square East Galleries, New York University.

Conferences
(2007). Childhood Regained: An Emerging Portrait. Pratt Institute. Brooklyn, NY.
(1992). Co-organizer, And the Walls Came Tumblin’ Down: A Celebration of Diversity. National Art Education Association Conference, Phoenix, AZ.
(1985). History, Reminiscence, and Conversation: New Perspectives on Teaching Art. Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY.

Awards
(2014). Higher Educator of the Year, New York City Art Teachers Association/UFT, New York, NY.
(2010). Fulbright Specialist Award.
(2002). June King McFee Award, Women’s Caucus, National Art Education Association, Miami, FL.
(1992). Charles Marshall Robertson Memorial Award, The School Art League, New York, NY.