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Summary of Art Experience

Karlyn Atkinson Berg


Karyln works in several mediums, including airbrush, collage, printmaking, pastels, acrylic, and gouace, and is also accomplished in calligraphy, fiber arts, and quilting.

SCHOLASTIC EXPERIENCE
Rhode Island School of Design/Painting/Illustration. BFA - 1967
Pratt University/Graduate printmaking work. 1967 - 1968
New York University/Special New York City teaching license. 1967 - 1968

PROJECT AND WORK EXPERIENCE
Cover art painting for Compact Disc for the Band, SILENT IRIS - 2000
Exhibit Design and development Consultant/Science Museum of Minnesota.
Wrote and illustrated accompanying educational materials.
Designer and consultant; Museum exhibits and displays.
Designer and Creator of the Wildlife, Wilderness and Wolves Museum.
Author, illustrator, and manufacturer of educational materials for several Wildlife "Learning Boxes".
Print Department Sales - Metropolitan Museum of Arts, New York, New York.

CONSULTANT / DESIGN EXPERIENCE
2007-08 Consultant and contributor, Museum exhibit, "People Who Live with Lions, Tigers or Wolves Coexistence of Human Communities and Biodiversity in Niger, India and the Iberian Peninsula" Spanish National Museum of Natural Sciences (CSIC), Madrid.

Date indicates design completion / parts are still available, but my efforts are now on Fine Arts.
1998- Author, and Creator "BLACK BEAR LEARNING BOXES" Smoky Mts.
1994- Author, and Creator "ISLE ROYALE WETLAND LEARNING BOXES".
1993- Author, Artist and Creator "PRAIRIE WETLAND LEARNING BOXES".
1990- Author, Artist and Creator "WETLAND LEARNING STATION BOXES".
1988- Author, Artist and Creator "WOLF LEARNING STATION BOXES".
1987- Author and Consultant "WOLVES " Educational materials, The Bell Museum of Natural History MN.
1985 Exhibit Consultant "THE HUNT", Exhibit, proposed exhibit // The Science Museum of Minnesota.
1981-1983 Exhibit Consultant "WOLVES AND HUMANS", exhibit for the The Science Museum of Minnesota.

ART TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Art Department of Arrowhead Community College.
(Itasca Campus): Teaching Calligrapy, Art Today, and Art History.
Painting & Drawing for Adult and Youth classes for Community Education and "College for Kids" Summer classes in Coleraine and Grand Rapids, Minnesota.
First Grade and Elementary Substitute - New York City Schools.
Painting & Drawing for Adult and Youth classes Arrowhead Community College / Community Education

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