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Professor Catherine Bebout is the BA/BFA Director and Area Head: Printmaking,
Papermaking & Book Arts in the Department of Art & Design. Bebout received her MFA degree from Rochester Institute of Technology in Printmaking and Sculpture. She is the recipient of numerous awards including the New Jersey State Council on the Arts "Individual Artist Fellowship" in Printmaking, the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation for the Arts, and a Fulbright Senior Research Scholar to India in 2008. While in residence, she had a solo exhibition sponsored by the U.S. Consulate at the Prince of Wales Museum in Mumbai that traveled to the Lalit Kala Akademi, Madras and the Ruchika Gallery, Goa. Other international solo exhibits include the Modern Art Workshop, Shanghai, P.R. of China, Quebec, Canada, and Whitecliffe College of Arts, Auckland, New Zealand. Her work was also included in International shows Novosibirsk Print Biennial, Russia and the invitational "Material Matters," Cardiff, Wales and the Gualan International Printmaking Center Gallery, Guanlan, China. Recent solo exhibitions include Anchor Graphics, Chicago, Dowling College, NY, William Patterson University, New Jersey, and Adelphi University, New York. Selected New York venues include the Czech Cultural Center of New York, the International Print Center, Susan Teller Gallery, A.I.R Gallery, and The Center for Book Arts. National invitational exhibitions include The Print Center in Philadelphia, the University of Hawaii, Hilo, the Indianapolis Art Center, the Sonoma Museum of Art, and Scripps College, California.

Her work is included in public and private collections internationally such as the New York Public Library, the National Museum of Women in the Arts, and the Muse' Royal des Beaux-Arts, Antwerp, Belgium.

1996 Professor of Art, Montclair State University, NJ.
1991 Assistant Professor of Art, SUNY-Oswego, NY.
1986 Instructor of Art, Cayuga Community College, NY.

MFA Rochester Institute of Technology.
BA State University of New York, Oswego.