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Marc Awodey (born November 4 1960) is an Americanmarker contemporary artist and poet. His poetry collections include "Telegrams from the Psych Ward" (1999), "New Yorkmarker; A Haibun Journey" (2003). and "Senryu and Nudes" (2008) from Kasini House Books. He's also author of the collection of essays "Art and Machine: 95 theses" (2004) discussing his poetry vending machine project of the late 1990s. Awodey's paintings can be found in the Vermont State Housemarker collection and in many private collections throughout the United Statesmarker. A prominent solo exhibition of his paintings was held in the lobby of the Vermont Supreme Court from January 13 through February 15, 2008.

Awodey studied painting under George Ortman at Cranbrook Academy of Artmarker, and received an MFA from Cranbrook in 1984. He resides in Burlington, Vermontmarker and serves on the faculty of Burlington College Community College of Vermont, and Johnson State College. As an art critic, Awodey has written over 500 reviews for Vermont's alternative weekly Seven Days. He also writes for Art New England.

He was also one of the first Vermont Justices of the Peace to perform civil unions in 2000.

References

  1. Telegrams from the Psych Ward and other Poems (Paperback) WPC-Minimal Press; 1st ed edition ISBN 978-0965890342
  2. New York: A Haibun Journey (Paperback) Writers Publishing Cooperative (July 2003) ISBN 978-1930149151
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  4. 95 Theses: Art & Machine (Paperback) The Minimal Press (July 2004) ISBN 978-0974251615
  5. Vermont Today January 13, 2008
  6. Faculty Listing, Burlington College
  7. Vermont Cynic October 23, 2006 "For Local Artist, Burlington Is A Muse"
  8. List of reviews still available at Seven Days website
  9. New York Times July 2, 2000 article "In Vermont, Gay Couples Head for the Almost-Altar"


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