DENNIS PAUL

ARTIST, TEACHER, ARTS DEVELOPMENT,
CULTURAL PRODUCER & ADMINISTRATOR
ART SUMMARY

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RECOMMENDATION LETTERS:  

New York City/Department of Cultural Affairs
Former Deputy Commissioner Janet Langsam
Westchester Arts Council, Executive Director

New York University/ Museum Studies, Post-Graduate Program
Flora Kaplan, Program Founder and Former Director,
Professor, Anthropology and Museum Studies

NYC Arts Administrator and Development Specialist
Edee Merizow

Former Student, Employee and Arts Administrator
Karen Pinzolo
New Jersey Council For The Arts, Arts Plan NJ Director

Former NYC/DCA Intern and Development Specialist
Lisa Block
Urban Affairs, President

NYC/DCA DEVELOPMENT OFFICE

Self Portrait with Thomas Cole
Yaddo 2003

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR PRESS RELEASE

NYC BOARD OF EDUCATION JOINT-FUNDING INITIATIVE


PUBLICATIONS:


Funding News Fall

Funding News Winter

Program Overview of NEH


TRAINING WORKSHOPS AND SEMINAR EXAMPLES:  

Federal Funding: The Process and Information Resource

Proposal Writing Workshop: Metropolitan Historic Structures Association

SERVICES TO THE FIELD

FEEDBACK LETTERS:

Astoria Motion Picture and Television Center Foundation

NYC/Department of Records and Information Services
Paper Recycling Program


Sleepy Hollow Restoration


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MultiMedia Projects

EnvironmentalWorks

I have had a long term involvement with the environment and the American landscape. In addition to documenting the Love Canal disaster, shortly thereafter I also documented the GE South Glens Falls/Hudson River PCB situation among others. I learned to sail with Pete Seeger's Clearwater movement, sailing on the Sojourner Truth out of Hastings, N.Y., where I assisted in the development of the Hudson River Photography Annual - training the volunteers, obtaining support funding for the exhibition prizes and installing/curating for its first four years. This exhibition was open free to all, including children, with prizes in numerous categories. Getting people down to the River, sailing on it at sunset under the Palisades and watching it become cleaner each year is something I will always hold dear.

These links will take you to an overview of our environmental activities including newspaper coverage of a related Bronx River Restoration Project conceived to get the communities along the River involved and bring something positive to the major media channels regarding the South Bronx. It was covered extensively by TV, newspaper and radio networks:

NY Daily News Metro Page 6

Project UpLift - helicopter removal of stripped, abandoned vehicles dumped into the River and adjacent corridor

Miracle On The River Festival - A July 4th celebration to thank the community for its volunteer efforts in the completion of a long delayed river-side park and clean-up efforts

 


LOVE CANAL: BLUEPRINT FOR A DISASTER
A STRANGE KIND OF LOVE

 

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In my thought one doesn’t replace the past,
one only adds a new link to it
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—Paul Cezanne


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