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Sandra Payne
9 East 3rd Street #5C . New York, New York 10003
tel: (212) 982-5368 . eMail: sandra@sandrapayne.com . on the web: sandrapayne.com

Solo and Group Exhibitions

2004 Mindscape, Pavel Zoubok Gallery, New York, New York

2001 All That Glitters, Pavel Zoubok Gallery, New York, New York

2001 Sandra Payne, Mary Delahoyd Gallery, New York, New York

1998 Sandra Payne, Mary Delahoyd Gallery, New York, New York

1997 Dating the Masques Dance: Seven Situations, The Institute for Research on the African Diaspora in the Americas and the Caribbean, The City College-City University of New York, New York, New York

1995 Fruit of the Vine: Jeff Goll & Sandra Payne, Helen M.Z. Harwood Gallery, New York, New York

1993 Women's Art, Women's Lives, Women's Issues, Tweed Gallery, New York, New York

1991 Race and Culture, City College Gallery and 494 Gallery, New York, New York

1991 Brenda Branch, Robin Holder & Sandra Payne, The YWCA Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

1986 Sandra Payne, Just Above Midtown-Downtown, New York, New York

1986 Transitions: The Afro-American Artist, Bergen Museum of Arts and Science, Paramus, New Jersey (catalog)

1986 Progressions: Cultural Legacy, The Clocktower, New York, New York (catalog)

1984 Heresies Benefit, Bess Cutler Gallery, New York, New York

1983 Consumer Beware, Women's Interart Center, New York, New York

1983 Janet Henry, Candace Hill & Sandra Payne, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida

1982 Beauty, ABC No Rio, New York, New York

1982 Group Show (organized by the Holly Solomon Gallery), Mark Twain Bankshares, Kansas City, Missouri

1982 Heresies Benefit, Frank Marino Gallery, New York, New York

1982 What I Do For Art, Just Above Midtown-Downtown, New York, New York

1982 Working Women, Working Artists, Working Together, Gallery 1199, New York, New York (catalog)

1981 Cynthia Hawkins & Sandra Payne, Just Above Midtown-Downtown, New York, New York

1981 Collage, Construction (Installation), First Women's Bank, New York, New York

1981 Installation in Five Elements, Kenkelaba House, New York, New York

1981 The Shaped Field: Eccentric Formats, P.S. 1, Long Island City, New York

1980 Sandra Payne, Roosevelt Public Library Art Workshop & Gallery, Roosevelt New York

1980 Sandra Payne1980 Dialects: Diverse Bookworks by Black and Hispanic Artists, Franklin Furnace, New York, New York

1979 Sandra Payne, Fort Steilacoom Community College, Tacoma, Washington

1979 Drawing: New Definitions, Roosevelt Public Library Art Workshop & Gallery, Roosevelt, New York

1979 Dedicated to Alma Thomas: Works on Paper, Yolisa House Gallery, New York, New York

1978 Summer Group Show, Just Above Midtown, New York, New York

1977 Group Show, S. Evington Gallery, Tampa, Florida

1976 Citrus County Schools-NEA & FACF Invitational, Inverness, Florida

1973 Black Photographers, Columbia College, Chicago, Illinois

Member

American Library Association:
Young Adult Library Services Association

American Library Association:
Social Responsibilities Roundtable

Profiles, Reviews, Etc.

"100 Women Who Shape Our City" Michele Ingrassia, New York Daily News, April 25, 2004 [Feature]

"Public Lives" Anemona Hartocollis, New York Times, December 24, 2003 [Feature/Metropolitan Desk]

"All That Glitters" Ken Johnson, New York Times, September 29, 2001 [Review/Gallery Listings]

"After Representation" Horace Brockington, The International Review of African American Art, Volume 16, Number 4 (2000) [pages 42-52]

"Gumbo YA YA: Anthology of Contemporary African-American Women Artists" Introduction by Leslie King-Hammond, Midmarch Arts Press, 1995 [page 201 and back cover]

"A Delicate Balance" Maleen Corrigan, Washington University Magazine and Alumni News, Fall 1994 [page 39]

"Beauty Rites: Towards an Anatomy of Culture in African American Women's Art" Judith Wilson, The International Review of African American Art, Volume 12, Number 4, (1994) [pages 11-53]

"Olympia's Maid: Reclaiming Black Female Subjectivity" Lorraine O' Grady, Afterimage, Summer 1992 [page 14-23]

"Flyboy in the Buttermilk: Essays on Contemporary America" Greg Tate, Simon & Schuster, 1992 [see "Cult-Nats Meet Freaky-Deke," page 198-201)]

"Our Family, Our Friends, Our World: An Annotated Guide to Significant Multicultural Books for Children and Teenagers" Lyn Miller-Lachman, editor, R.R. Bowker, 1992 [contributing writer, "United States, African-Americans"]

"In Step With: Sandra Payne" James Brady, Parade Magazine, November 10, 1991 [page 34]

"High Low Handbook: Encouraging Literacy in the 1990's" 3rd edition, Ellen LiBretto, editor, R.R, Bowker, 1990 [contributing writer, "Periodicals Power: Magazines for Reluctant Readers"]

"Color Scheming" Lucy Lippard, The Village Voice, April 22-28, 1981 [page 79]

Education

Master of Library Science, Long Island University-Palmer Graduate School of Library Science, Greenvale, New York, 1978

Independent Study Program, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, New York, 1978

Master of Fine Arts, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, 1976

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, 1974

Work Experience

2004-Current: Coordinator of Young Adult Services, The New York Public Library, New York, New York

1999-2004: Assistant Coordinator of Young Adult Services, The New York Public Library, New York, New York

1986-1999: Supervising Young Adult Librarian, The New York Public Library, Staten Island, New York

1983-1984: Senior Young Adult Librarian, The New York Public Library, Chatham Square Regional Library, New York, New York

1983-1983: Young Adult Librarian, The New York Public Library, Yorkville Branch Library, New York, New York

1982-1984: Young Adult Librarian, Nathan Straus Young Adult Library Center-Donnell Library Center, New York, New York

1981-1982 Young Adult Librarian, Wakefield Branch Library, Bronx, New York

New York Public Library Publications

The "Celebrating the Dream" publications are bibliographies listing notable books recommended for young adults (ages 12-18) on the black experience.

2001 Chair, "Celebrating the Dream 2001"

1994 Chair, "Celebrating the Dream II"

1990 Chair, "Celebrating the Dream"

Work Contact

Sandra Payne
New York Public Library
Office of Young Adult Services
455 Fifth Avenue
New York, New York 10016
tel: (212) 340-0907
eMail: Sandra Payne