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Professor of Art, Yavapai College-
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Yavapai College
What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Culture, Democracy, Development, Diplomacy, Education, Environment, Food, Human Rights, Peace, Poverty, Science, Technology, Youth
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
Meeting people with fresh ideas for tomorrows leadership roles and positions. I am a visual artist with an international background of exhibits. My interests are varies and mostly inclined to the cultural and artistic development and sustainment sectors. As an artist this is important to me as throughout my background I have traveled, became resident in other cultures aside from my own and have a developed sense of the bigger picture.
In the past I have visited over 35 countries and have been invited to participate in a cultural tour (as artist and manager) of the former Soviet Union, and two trips to the Peoples Republic of China at the invitation of their ministries of culture. I was also one of the first artists from the west to visit Tibet in 1985 during the opening of the lands to foreign travel.
Some of my accolades as an artist include:
1) Ordine Senato Della michelangelo Buonarroti, Italy 2006 (International Prize of the Arts-Italy-Accademia Internazionalle Santarita, by personal invitation of Director: Armando Farina and artistic/critical representatives in Torino Italy)
2)Europa Arts Prize, 2005, Turin Italy, selection by artistic and cultural representatives in Italy
3) International Peace Prize for Arts, at the International Convention-congress of Arts,Sciences and Communications, Dublin Ireland 2003 UCC, think tank.
Others...
Biography included in Marquise Whos Who, International Biographical Centre (UK), American Biographical, Strathmore,Gibralter, Commenduci (Italy)..publications Int.

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My mission is a creative voice in this world. I have been fortunate to have had a wonderful education and career background as an artist in addition to this.
During my career I have traveled many places which have given me a birds eye view of many things of this world, on many different levels. This has been the best part of my experience, meeting people and becoming involved in conversations and debates, or simply absorbing the cultures.
I was born into a family of musician-artist professors. My youth was absorbed into these aspects of travel, culture and studies many summers at Chautauqua Institution, known for the many great levels of speakers during their summers programs. During my life I have lived across the United States and have had a 7 year residence in Europe, (Czech Republic and Italy) with shorter residences in France, Australia. In 1980 I had the unique experience of travel to the former USSR with my father for a one month tour at the invitation of the Ministry of Culture. I have been to the PRC, first in 1982 and then again in 1985 being one of the first foreigners in Tibet Autonomous region.

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