Anne R. Fabbri
M.A., History of Art, Bryn Mawr College, 1971
A.B., cum laude, Radcliffe College, Harvard University
Winter Institute, Winterthur Museum, Delaware. American decorative arts from the
Seventeenth to the mid-nineteenth centuries. January – February 1997.
Princeton University, Visiting NEH Fellow, Art History, 1980
University of California, Berkeley, Visiting NEH Fellow, Journalism, 1979
Art Critic and Writer:
Philadelphia Style Magazine, 2003- .
Art in America, 2002- .
American Artist, 2002- .
The Art Newspaper, 2000- .
Philadelphia Daily News, 1999- .
Art Matters, Philadelphia, 1996- .
Ambassador Magazine, 1996- .
Philadelphia Bulletin, 1977-1979
The Drummer, Philadelphia, 1974-1979
Philadelphia Annual Furniture Exhibition, New Visions, 1997-2004
Art in City Hall Exhibition, Wild Life, February – May 2000
Art in City Hall Exhibition, 1 Screen, 2 Souls, 4 Hands, Oct-Dec. 1996.
Curator for exhibitions at the Paley Design Center of Philadelphia University (1991-2001), the Noyes Museum, Oceanville, NJ (1982-1991), and the Alfred O. Deshong Museum, Widener University (1980-1982).
Educator and Lecturer:
Rosemont College with Moore College of Art and Design, Graduate Program in Arts Management, 2000-2003
Drexel University, History of Art I and II, 20th Century Art. 1973 - 1975.
Villanova University, History of Art I and II, Modern Art, Renaissance Art, 1971-1973. Acting chair, 1972 - 1973.
Freelance lecturer, 1964-.
Director, The Paley Design Center, Philadelphia University, 1991 – 2000.
Founding Director, The Noyes Museum of Art, Oceanville, NJ, 1982 – 1991.
Director, Alfred O. Deshong Museum of Widener University, Chester, PA, 1979-1982.
Professional Activities and Awards:
Speaker, Tri State Artists Equity Association Annual Meeting, May 2004, "What Can An Artist Do?"
Project Evaluator, Pennsylvania Humanities Council. 2000- .
Speaker, Contacts and Contracts for Artists, 2000- .
Artists Equity, Main Line Art Center
Art Advisory Council, Art in City Hall, Philadelphia, 1996- , chairperson, 1999-2003.
Institutional Assessment MAP I Surveyor, American Association of Museums, 1997- .
Panelist, Philadelphia, Tri State Artists Equity Association, Art Institutions and How They Work, June 1999.
Panelist, Art Selection Panel, General Service Administration, USA, 1991 - .
Panelist and Professional Evaluator for Public Art Commissions, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Juror: Regional, Pennsylvania and New Jersey art exhibitions, 1980- .
John Cotton Dana Award, Museums Council of New Jersey, 1992 for advancing the service of museums to the region, demonstrating visionary and innovative leadership and exemplifying the highest standards of professional commitment.
Who’s Who in America, 53rd Edition, 1999 to present.
Who’s Who in American Art, 14th Edition to present.
Who’s Who of American Women, Thirteenth Edition to present.