ROBERT STUART COHEN, having taught for more than thirty years at Montgomery College in Rockville, Maryland, is now devoting full-time to his art, including painting, computer graphics and public art projects. He lives and works in Rockville, Maryland.

Education:
            Pratt Institute, Art School
            Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree             
            Teachers College, Columbia University
            Master of Arts Degree                               
            Doctor of Education Degree                   

Military Service:
            Lieutenant, U.S. Army, Signal Corps
            Photo platoon leader; Project Officer
            France and Germany

Professional experience:
            Exhibits Director, National Library of Medicine
               Bethesda, Maryland     (1964-66)
            Museum Curator, American Psychiatric Association
               Washington, D.C.  (1966-67 and 1970-75)
            Freelance artist, designer and photographer;
               Exhibits and design consultant    (1965-80)
            President, Washington, D.C. Area Chapter, Artists Equity
               Association--a national organization of professional
               visual artists  (1979-81).
            Member, Committee D01.57, Artists Paints and Related
               Materials--an international group organized to develop
               truth-in-labeling and health standards for artists paints of
               the American Society of Testing and Materials  (1978-82).
            President, Montgomery College Chapter, American
               Association of University Professors (1984-86).
            Founding member, Board of Directors, Rockville Arts Place
               (1986-96).
            Member, Public Art Trust Steering Committee--An advisory
               body to the Arts and Humanities Council
               of Montgomery County  (1997-99).
            Panelist, Arts in the Community Program, Maryland State
               Arts Council (2000-2).

Teaching experience:
            Montgomery College, Rockville, Maryland 
               (1965-67; 1970-2002)
            Jersey City State College, Jersey City, New Jersey 
               (1969-70)
            Teachers College, Columbia University, New York City 
               (1968-70)

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