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Practice         

10.84 to present:   Alan Baer, Architect, Kingston, NY   :

Ongoing:   Private residential projects

7.09 to present:   Architectural design for CANVAS wine flights + small plates, Poughkeepsie, NY

8.08 to present:   Restoration & adaptive re-use of the Burger Matthews house into Arts Center and administrative offices for TRANSART & Cultural Services, Kingston, NY

4.08 to 11.08:   Proposal for Cornell Park Bandstand, Rondout Business  Association in conjunction with the City of Kingston, NY 

6.05 to 5.06:   Architectural design for the Artist’s Palate Bistro, Poughkeepsie, NY

5.05 to 5.08:   New altar design and incorporation of restored organ for the First Presbyterian Church, Kingston, NY

11.04 to 8.05:   Consulting for Kenneth Hewes Barricklo, Architect, Kingston, NY

11.04 to 1.05:   Assisted with exhibition design for “Axial Stones and Drawings” installation by artist George Quasha, at Baumgartner Gallery, New York, NY

8.03 to 5.04:   Renovation of The New York Botanical Garden Library Building Rear Entrance, Bronx, NY

5.03 to 7.03:   Exhibition design for “Rivertones” installation by artist Raquel Rabinovich, at Collaborative Concepts Gallery, Beacon, NY

10.02 to 7.03:   Consulting for Matthew Bialecki Associates, New Paltz, NY

8.02 to 10.02:   Consulting for Cabrera Group Architects, New York, NY

3.02 to 1.03:   New artist’s studio, Tillson, NY

1.02 to 9.04:   Feasibility Study for proposed renovation of Deep Listening Space, Pauline Oliveros Foundation, Kingston, NY

8.00:   Advised artist Raquel Rabinovich with installation for “Invisible City”, a component of “Lunar Opera”, composed by Pauline Oliveros, for Lincoln Center Out-of-Doors Festival, New York, NY  

9.95 to 1.98:   Exhibition design for “IS IT ART?” traveling exhibition, Linda Weintraub, curator. Also, participated in specific installations at Spaces, Cleveland, OH and the Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NY

6.92 to 11.92:   Consulting for Lee H. Skolnick Architecture + Design Partnership, New York, NY. Participated in exhibition design for “Land of   Promise: America in the 19th Century” at the National Museum of American History, Washington, D.C.

3.89 to 5.89:   Installation for “The Bernstein Collection: Art of Ecuador” exhibition at the Tangeman Fine Arts Gallery at the University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

9.88 to 1.91:   Renovation of the “Damascus Room” and additional casework installations for the Near and Far Eastern Galleries at the Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH    

5.88:   Exhibition booth for Mary Baskett Gallery, Cincinnati, Ohio at the 1988 Chicago International Art Exposition, Chicago, IL

10.84 to 5.86:   Renovation of the Cincinnati Artists’ Group Effort (C.A.G.E.) Gallery, Cincinnati, OH

Earlier Positions 

6.93 to 8.02:   Kenneth Hewes Barricklo, Architect, Kingston, NY   :        

Project Architect for the following projects   :    

Restoration of The New York Botanical Garden Library Building, Bronx, NY

Restoration of the Van Leuven Cabin at Mohonk Preserve, New Paltz, NY Restoration of the City Center 55th Street Theater, New York, NY

Restoration of the former 41st Police Precinct  (Fort Apache), Bronx, NY            

Restoration of John Burroughs’s “Slabsides”, West Park, New York, NY 

Restoration of the Rondout Lighthouse, Kingston, New York, NY

2.76 to 9.88:   Carl A. Strauss and Associates, Architects, Cincinnati, OH   :

Project Architect for the following projects at the Cincinnati Art Museum   :

Renovation of the Galleries devoted to the Arts of Africa and the Americas

Installation for the “Hollywood, Legend and Reality” exhibition, organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service

Installation for the “Ebla to Damascus” exhibition, organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service

Installation for “The Vital Gesture: Franz Kline in Retrospect” exhibition, organized by the Cincinnati Art Museum

Renovation of the Near and Far Eastern Galleries  

Also, participated in the design of many private residential projects

Education

Ongoing:   Continuing Education courses at Pratt Institute, New York, NY, & other venues

8.2:   Attended Harvard Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, MA, for Continuing Education course in museum planning and design         

1.84 to 5.84:   Taught studio course at the Art Academy of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, concerned with designing interior architectural space        

9.83 to 12.83:   Attended Xavier University, Cincinnati, OH, for courses in “Myth and Symbol” and “Contemporary Philosophy”

9.68 to 6.75:   Attended the University of Cincinnati, College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning. Graduated with BArch degree. Participated in the Cooperative Education Program with internships in Baltimore, Cincinnati, Fort Lauderdale, Indianapolis, and Washington, D.C. 

Exhibitions / Events (curated / organized)

10.12 to 12.12:   “THE SKY IS FALLING!” multimedia exhibition, Kleinert / James Center for the Arts, Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild, Woodstock, NY, Alan Baer, curator

7.11 to 11.11:   “Quick, Down & Dirty”, outdoor sculpture exhibition at Byrdcliffe, Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild, Woodstock, NY, Alan Baer, curator

6.09 to 11.09:   Coordinating architect for “AHOY! Where Lies Henry Hudson?”, outdoor exhibition of site specific architectural installations at Byrdcliffe, in conjunction with Quadricentennial Celebration of Hudson’s voyage, Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild, Woodstock, NY, Linda Weintraub, curator

2.09:   “Talking Tongues and Other Organs” / Soup Kitchen event, Kleinert / James Center for the Arts, Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild, Woodstock, NY, organized by Heather Hutchison & Alan Baer

3.82:   “Architects, Incognito, Anonymous” exhibition of architectural photographs at Cincinnati Artists’ Group Effort  (C.A.G.E.) Gallery, Cincinnati, OH, Alan Baer, curator

Exhibitions

10.12:   Participated in “Type P: American Interpretations”, Donskoj Gallery, Kingston, NY, Hendrik Dijk, curator

7.11:   Participated in collaboration with artist Jan Harrison in “The Edible Sculpture Party”, on the grounds of Bard College, Center for Curatorial Studies

12.09:   Participated in “Fire and Ice”, Donskoj & Company, Kingston, NY

12.08:   Participated in “We’re Only in it for the Money: artists examine the current fiscal crisis”, Donskoj & Company, Kingston, NY

12.04 to present:   Participated in the “5x7 Show” at the Kleinert / James Center for the Arts, Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild, Woodstock, NY

5.99 to 10.99:   Participated in “Birdhouses by Artists and Architects” at Elena Zang Gallery, Woodstock, NY

2.95 to 3.95:   Participated in “Synchronicity” at Taliesin Gallery, Red Hook, NY

12.94:   Participated with artist Jan Harrison in “Collaborations ‘94” at Donskoj & Company, Kingston, NY

6.94 to 10.94:   Participated in “Waterworks” with site specific installation at Elena Zang Gallery, Woodstock, NY

5.92 to 10.92:   Participated in “Contemporary Totems: Landscape Sculpture” with site specific installation at Elena Zang Gallery, Woodstock, NY

5.91 to 9.91:   Participated in “Birdhouses by Artists and Architects” at Elena Zang Gallery, Woodstock, NY

6.89 to 7.89:   Participated in “Designs and Desires:  Preliminary Drawings for Larger Works” at the Tangeman Fine Arts Gallery at the University of Cincinnati

9.86 to 1.97:   Exhibited “Divining House” installation of site specific public art in collaboration with artist, Jan Harrison, at the Federal Reserve Bank Plaza, Cincinnati, OH.  Sponsored by the Contemporary Arts Center and supported by the New Works Program of the Ohio Arts Council (see “Awards”)           

10.84:   Participated in “On Common Ground:  Nine Perspectives” at the Central National Bank, Cleveland, OH. Organized by the Ohio Arts Council (see “Awards”)

7.84 to 9.84:   Participated in the “Drawn to Cincinnati” exhibition of drawings at the Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH

8.81:   Participated in Cincinnati Artists’ Group Effort  (C.A.G.E.) Third Annual Invitational Drawing Exhibition at C.A.G.E. Gallery, Cincinnati, OH

Publications             

10.12:   Preview of “THE SKY IS FALLING!” in the Woodstock Times, by Paul Smart

7.11:   Preview of “Quick, Down & Dirty” in the Woodstock Times, by Paul Smart

9.10:   "Architects Bring Their Vision to Midtown” in Kingston Happenings blog, by Lynn Woods

8.07:   Review of Artist’s Palate Bistro, New York Times, by Emily Denitto

3.07:   Review of Artist’s Palate Bistro, Chronogram, by Harold Jacobs

1.07:   “3 Cool Kitchens” (including Cole Kitchen, Beacon, NY), Hudson Valley Home & Garden, by A.J. Loftin

4.06:   Review of Artist’s Palate Bistro, Poughkeepsie Journal, by Cara Patterson

1.05:   Studio for artist, Jan Harrison, included in article “Urban Revival” in House Magazine, by Jennifer Wai-Lan Huang   

9.02:   Publication of presentation delivered at “Spring Slabsides Day“, as Project Architect for the restoration of “Slabsides”, cabin-retreat of John Burroughs. Sponsored by the Wake Robin Newsletter of the John Burroughs Association

95:   Three projects included in “The Best in Exhibition Stand Design: 2” Stafford Cliff, editor, Quarto Publishing, London

1.86:   Review of “The Vital Gesture: Franz Kline in Retrospect” exhibition, organized by the Cincinnati Art Museum, in The New York Times, by Michael Kimmelman

3.82:   Review of “Architects Incognito Anonymous” in the Cincinnati Enquirer, by Jayne Merkel

Awards

4.05:   The New York Botanical Garden receives “Lucy Moses” restoration award from the New York Landmarks Conservancy, New York, NY (Kenneth H. Barricklo, Architect)

1.00:   City Center 55th Street Theater receives restoration award from the Municipal Arts Society, New York, NY (Kenneth H. Barricklo, Architect)

12.97:   Former 41st Police Precinct (Fort Apache) receives restoration award from the Municipal Arts Society, New York, NY (Kenneth H. Barricklo, Architect)

6.86:   Recipient of New Works Grant from the Ohio Arts Council to construct and exhibit “Divining House” in collaboration with artist, Jan Harrison

6.85 to 6.86:   Recipient of Ohio Arts Council Individual Fellowship Grant in Design

7.84 to 9.84:   Finalist in the “On Common Ground” competition for public art in Cleveland, OH. Sponsored by the Ohio Arts Council

Presentations

10.12:   Gallery Talk in association with “THE SKY IS FALLING!” exhibition, Kleinert / James Center for the Arts, Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild, Woodstock, NY

6.06:   Conducted workshop on “Color” as part of Historic Preservation Series at the Kingston Area Library. Sponsored by the City of Kingston, NY & Historic Landmarks Preservation Commission

5.02:   Featured speaker at “Spring Slabsides Day “, as Project Architect for the restoration of “Slabsides”, cabin-retreat of John Burroughs, in West Park, NY. Sponsored by the John Burroughs Association

3.94:   Conducted seminar in exhibition design. Sponsored by the Ulster Arts Alliance, Ulster County, NY

11.88:   Participated in “Lost in Space:  An Exploration of Exhibition Design” seminar at the Columbus Museum of Art Museum, Columbus, OH. Sponsored by the Ohio Arts Council

2.85:   Participated in panel discussion for winter lecture series at the University of Cincinnati, College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning

1.83:   Delivered gallery talk in the newly completed Near and Far Eastern Galleries at the Cincinnati Art Museum  

Related

Ongoing:   Advisor to Jan Harrison, artist, regarding installations / exhibition design, as well as several other artists               

12.06 to present:   Member of Exhibition Committee, Kleinert / James Center for the Arts, Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild, Woodstock, NY

2.03 to present:   Member of Historic Landmarks Preservation Commission for the City of Kingston, NY

8.94 to 12.94:   Editor of Ulster Arts Alliance Directory. Published by the Ulster Arts Alliance

7.93 to 11.97:   Board Member and Secretary of Ulster Arts Alliance, Ulster County, NY

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