TOM NAKASHIMA
 

Employment
2002  Augusta State University, Augusta, Georgia,  William Morris S. Eminent Scholar in Art; 2001-2002 The Catholic University of America, Chair; 1981 - 2002 The Catholic University of America, Washington DC;    1973-1981 West Virginia University; 1968-1973 Columbus college of Art and Design;  1970 &1971 University of Notre Dame, summer program painting


SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS


2007 Tom Nakashima: Two Decades (March 2–April 29, 2007) The Morris Museum of Art, curated by
 Jay Williams, Catalog with contributions by Derek Guthrie, Joann Moser, Lynn Schmidt,
 Jaune Quick-to-See Smith and Jay Williams.
 Tom Nakashima, Fairbanks Gallery, Oregon State U., Portland Oregon, (scheduled for May 2007)
2004 Tom Nakashima, Recent Work, Mary Pauline Gallery, Augusta, GA
2003 Tom Nakashima, Selections 1979 - 2002, Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art, Augusta, GA
2001 Nature Mort - Treepiles, Anton Gallery, DC
1999 Berryville Treepiles, Steinbaum Krauss Gallery, NYC
 Berryville Treepiles, Anton Gallery, Washington, DC
1996 Teplitzky & Scott Fine Arts, Cincinnati, OH
 Anton Gallery, Washington, DC
1995 Suffolk Community College, Selden, NY
 Tom Nakashima, Screens and other Works, Steinbaum Krauss Gallery, NYC
 Horwitch LewAllen, Santa Fe, NM
 Anton Gallery, Washington, DC
1994 Pilgrimage-Folding Screens by Tom Nakashima, Sasakawa Peace Foundation, Wash., D.C., (catalogue by Jane Addams Allen)
 Recent Prints, Anton Gallery, Washington, D.C.
 Waiting for Shinshin, Spirit Square Center for the Arts, Charlotte, NC, (catalogue by Alan Prokop)
1993 Anton Gallery, Washington, D.C.
1991 Tom Nakashima, New Paintings, Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, New York, NY
 Anton Gallery, Washington, DC
1990 Tom Nakashima: 1984-1990, Washington Project for the Arts, Washington DC (catalogue by Lynn Schmidt)
 Anton Gallery, Washington, DC
1988 Yamanashi Prefectural Museum of Art, Kofu, Japan
 Anton Gallery, Washington, DC
1987 Anton Gallery, Washington, DC
1986 College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA
 Anton Gallery, Washington, DC
1984 Standing on Ground Zero, Henri Gallery, Washington, DC
1982 Henri Gallery, Washington, DC
1981 Salve Regina Gallery, Catholic University of America, Washington, DC
 Barbara Balkin Gallery, Chicago, IL
1980 Henri Gallery, Washington, DC
1979 Huntington Galleries, Huntington, WV
1974 University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN
1971 Merton Boyd Gallery. Columbus, OH


SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS


2007     The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama, The Rubin Museum of Art, NYC, Mar 3 - Sept. 4
 The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama, Loyla University Museum of Art, Oct 28 - Jan 15
2006 The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama, The Folwer Museum of Culture & History, UCLA
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 Coast to Coast, Anton Gallery's Hawthorn Mansion, Monterey, CA,  curated by Gail Enns
 Within State Lines, the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia (MOCA-GA),
 curated by Annette Cone-Skelton
2005 Contemporary Landscape: Crossing Boundaries, McColl Center for Visual Art, Charlotte, NC
 cruated by June Lambla see<http://sierraclubstories.org/stories/people/june-lambla.asp>
2003  Off The Press, Southeast Museum of Photography, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, curated by Sarah Tanguy  Seven Mesengers, 1708 Gallery, Richmond, VA
2002 Faculty Show, FAC Gallery, Augusta State University
 Faculty Show, Salve Regina Gallery, The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC
 2001Prints & Prints, Denise Bibro Fine Arts, NY, NY
 Inheritors of a Legacy: Charles Lang Freer and the Washington Avant-Garde, Longwood Cen. for Vis. Arts,
 Longwood College, Longwood, VA
 Coloboration, No Na Me Gallery, Berryville, VA
2000 In Praise of Paper, The Hanoi Fine Arts College, Hanoi, Vietnam
 No Boundaries, Anton Gallery, Washington, DC
 Print Odyssey 2000, Towson University's Union Gallery, Towson, MD
1999  Inheritors of a Legacy: Charles Lang Freer and the Washington Avant-Garde, The Japan Information and Culture Center, Embassy of Japan, Washington, D.C.     Sans Titre, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Boulder, CO
1998  Summer Group Exhibition, Steinbaum Krauss Gallery, New York, NY
     Selections from Soho - Steinbaum Krauss Gallery Artists, Fort Lewis College, Durango, CO
     Structures, Cleveland State University, Cleveland., OH
1997  Assimilations, The Nippon Gallery, New York, NY
     Crossing Over, Changing Places, Corcoran Museum of American Art, Hemicycle Gallery, Washington D.C., tour through 1997, (catalogue)
1996     Barriers and Enclosures, Artspace, New Haven, CT
     Remote Sensing, 24th Southern Graphics Council Conference, West Virginia Univ.
1995   Slovenian Print Biennial, Lubliana, Slovenia, (catalogue)
     WPA's 20 Chairs Endowment, invited, Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, DC
     Japan's Influence of Western Art, Home of Japan Ambassador, Washington, DC
     47th Annual American Academy Purchase Exhibition, American Academy of Arts & Letters, New York, NY
     Journeys East, Rockville Arts Place, Rockville, MD
1994   New Narratives, Bucks County Community College, Newtown, PA
     Memories of Childhood: so we're not the Cleavers or the Brady Bunch, Steinbaum Krauss Gallery, NYC, USA travel tour through 1997 (catalogue)
     Japan: The Nature of Now, Spirit Square Center for the Arts and Education, Charlotte, N.C. (catalogue)
     Evolution of the Print: Fourteen Years of Collaboration, Addison Ripley Gallery, Washington DC
     Shelters, Saint Paul Companies, St. Paul, MN
     House Sweet House, New Jersey Center for Visual Art, Summit, NJ (catalogue)
     Washington Portfolio, David Adamson, Washington, D.C.
     Sustainable Earth; A Greenpeace Fund Benefit, Remba Gallery, West Hollywood, CA and Deson-Saunders Gallery, Chicago, IL
     Passages, Hodges Taylor Gallery, Charlotte, NC
1993   Continuum: Culture and Consciousness, Embassy of Japan, Japan Information and Culture Center, Washington, DC, Curated by Nancee Simonson (catalogue)
     Confluence: Art at the Intersection of Japanese and American Esthetics, Rosenberg Gallery, Goucher College, Baltimore, MD, March 8 - April 23
     Narratives of Loss: The Displaced Body, Art Museum , University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, March 26 - May 16.  Curated by Michal Ann Carley (catalogue)
     Multicultural Americana, Florida Community College at Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach, FL, curated byCarolyn M. Maynard
1992   Relocation & Revisions: The Japanese American Internment Reconsidered, Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA, curated by Noriko Gamblin (catalogue)
     The Lady Aoi and Hanjo - Two Noh Plays by Yukio Mishima, (The Pacific Bridge Theater Company), Set Designer, The Arthur M. Sackler Museum of Asian Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.
     Floored Art, Steinbaum Krauss Gallery, New York, NYC, travel tour through 1994
     Crossing Over, Changing Places, Arts America Exhibition for the American Embassies in Europe, via USAtoured Embassies of Eastern Europe, Spain, Italy, and Greece, 1992-95. The Print Club, Philadelphia, PA, curated by Jane Farmer (catalogue)
1991 Collage Unglued, North Miami Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, FL, curated and catalogue by Bernice Steinbaum
 Washington Moscow Art Exchange, State Tretiakov Museum, USSR
 Other Voices: Mediating Between Ethnic Traditions and the Modernist Mainstream, Baxter Gallery, Portland School of Art, Portland, ME
 Object d'Art, Contemporary Folding Screens, The Hand Workshop, Richmond, VA
 Tom Nakashima, (featured acquisition) National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington,
D.C. (June-August)  Recent Acquisitions: Works on Paper, National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC
(Sept./Oct)
 Pfizer Corporation, Curated by Museum of Modern Art Advisory, New York, NY
 Albright Knox Members Gallery, Buffalo, NY
 The Asian Show, Strathmore Hall Art Center, Rockville, MD
 Pyramid Atlantic, A Decade of Paper, Sylvia Cordish Fine Art, Baltimore, MD
 Broadening The Collection, Potsdam College of the State of University of New York, Roland Gibson Gallery, Potsdam, NY
 Drawings, Middendorf Gallery, Washington DC
1990 The Decade Show, The Studio Museum of Harlem, New York, NY, (joint exhibition including The New Museum of Contemporary Art, NY and The Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, NY) (catalogue)
 Reinvestigating Myth, Univ. Art Gallery, Univ. of Pittsburgh, PA
 Approaching The Figure, Georgetown Univ., Washington, DC
 Objects d' Art: Contemporary Folding Screens, Center for Crafts, Richmond, VA: Piedmont Arts Association, Martinsville, VA; Delaplaine Visual Arts Center, Frederick, MD. in 1991.
 An Exhibition - Washington Moscow Art Exchange, Emerson Gallery, Mclean Project for the Arts, Mclean, VA and Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow
1989 Buenos Aires/Lima/Washington Exchange, Centro Cultural de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina; Casa de Osambela, Lima, Peru; Martin Luther King Memorial Library, Washington, DC
1988 Works on Paper by Washington Artists, Jane Haslem Gallery, DC
 Mary Anella Frank, John Figura and Tom Nakashima, Anton Gallery, DC
 10 Years of SECCA, Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, SC
1987 Southeast Seven 10, Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, NC (catalogue)
 Southeast Seven 10, Cheekwood Arts Center, Nashville, TN
1986 The Beautiful Virus, Anton Gallery, DC
1985 The Washington Show, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington DC
 Washington Project for the Arts, Auction Show, Washington DC
 No Compromise, Anton Gallery, DC
 Tradition and Innovation, Dimock Gallery, Washington U., DC
 Gallery Artists, Henri Gallery, DC (inclusive since 1979)
 Washington Artists Self Portraits, Jane Haslem Gallery, DC
 Award Winners-DC Commission on Arts & Humanities, R St. Gallery, DC
 Atelier in America, Northern Illinois University, IL
1984 Washington Project for the Arts, Auction Show, DC
1983 Alexandria Sculpture Festival, Alexandria, VA
 Contemporary Chicago Lithography, Illinois State Museum, Springfield
1981 Hyatt Regency Purchase Competition, DC
1979 West Virginia Juried Exhibition, Award for Excellence.  Juried by G.Ortman, L. Lowery, and Paul Smith. 
Charleston, WV. 1976 Huntington 280, Huntington Galleries, Huntington, WV., Best in Show, Purchase.  Juried by Barbara Haskel.


GRANTS AND AWARDS


2006 Louis K. Bell Reseach Award for outstanding research by a faculty member at  ASU
2005 Louis Comfort Tiffany Award Nomination
2004 Joan Mithchell Foundation Award
2002 Individual Arts Fellowship, Virginia Commission for the Arts, $5000
2001 PMCNJ Printmaking Residency, Printmaking Council of New Jersey, Sommerset, NJ
2000 Celadon Inc. Printmaking Fellow, Virginia Commonwealth University,
1996 Mid-Atlantic NEA, Regional Visual Arts Fellowship, $5,000
 Millay Colony for the Arts, Austerlitz, New York, 1 month residency.
1993 National Printmaking Fellowship, prints co-published by an NEA special projects grant, and the Rutgers Center for Innovative Printmaking (two week collaborative project)
1992 AVA 11 (Awards in the Visual Arts) Exhibition in 1994-95, Jurors: Luis Cancel, Suzanne Delehanty, Lizzetta Lefalle-Collins, Donald Lipski and Thomas Sokolowski
 Mid-Atlantic NEA, Regional Visual Arts Fellowship, $5,000
1991 Nominated for The Awards in the Visual Arts (AVA)(Also nominated 1987, 1986,1985,1983)
 Awarded The Mayor's Award for Excellence in an Artistic Discipline, by Mayor Sharon Pratt Kelly, Washington, DC
1989 Pyramid Atlantic, Washington, DC, Artist in Residence
 DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, Individual Artist Award
1988 DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, Individual Artist Award
 Catholic Univ. of America, Faculty Research Grant
1986 Southeast 7-SECCA/RJR Individual Artist Fellowship (tenth annual), Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art.
1985 Nominated for the Howard Foundation Fellowship
1984 DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, Individual Artist Award


SELECTED EXHIBITION CATALOGUES, BROCHURES, BOOKS


2006 The Missing Peace: Artists & the Dalai Lama, Committee of 100 for Tibet & The Dalai Lama Foundation,
 Foreword by H.H. the Dalai Lama, Curated by Randy Rosenberg, p 106 - 107
1999 Inheritors of a Legacy: Charles Lang Freer and the Washington Avant-Garde, Japan Information & CultureCentre, Embassy of
 Japan, Washington, DC (exhigition catalog)
1997 Assimilations, The Nippon Gallery, NY, NY (exhibition catalog)
1994 Pilgrimage: Folding Screens by Tom Nakashima, Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA, Gallery and Library, Washington DC, (exhibition catalogue)
 Japan: The Nature of Now, Spirit Square Center for Arts and Education, Charlotte, NC and Japan-America Society of Charlotte, (exhibition catalogue)
 Memories of Childhood...so we're not the Cleavers or the Brady Brunch, Steinbaum Krauss Gallery, NYC (exhibition catalogue, national tour)
 House Sweet House, New Jersey Center for Visual Arts, Summit NJ, (exhibition catalogue)
1993 Narratives of Loss: The Displaced Body, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee (exhibition catalogue)
 Continuum: Culture and Consciousness, Japan Information and Cultural Center, Washington DC (exhibition catalogue)
1992 Relocation & Revisions: The Japanese American Internment Reconsidered, Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA, curated by Noriko Gamblin (exhibition catalogue)
1991 Other Voices: Mediating Between Ethnic Traditions and the Modernist Mainstream, Baxter Gallery, Portland School of Art, Portland, ME (exhibition brochure)
 Collage Unglued, North Miami Center of Contemporary Art (COCA), North Miami Florida, (exhibition catalogue)
 Crossing Over/Changing Places, The Print Club, Philadelphia, PA; travel internationally by Pyramid Atlantic under auspices of USA, (exhibition catalogue, international tour)
1990 The Decade Show, Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Arts, NY, The New Museum of Contemporary Art, NY, The Studio Museum of Harlem, NY, (exhibition catalogue)
 Tom Nakashima: 1984-1990, Washington Project for the Arts, Washington DC (exhibition catalogue)
 Reinvestigating MYTH, The Hellenic Student Association of the University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh PA, (exhibition catalogue)
1985 The Washington Show, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington DC, (exhibition catalogue)


SELECTED REVIEWS AND PUBLICATIONs


2006 Jerry Cullum, Beyond boundaries, Atlanta Journal Constituation , May 14th, p. K6 Visual Arts
2002 Howard Risatti, Tom Nakashima at Anton Gallery, Artforum International, March, p. 143
2001 Jessica Dawson, Tom Nakashima at Anton Gallery, The Washington Post, December
1999 Ferdinand Protzman, Rob Barnard, Tom Nakashima at Anton Gallery, The Washington Post, December 23
 R.B. Crothers, Tom Nakashima, Crothers Quarterly, Fall 1999 Vol. 1, No. 3
 O’Sullivan, Michael, “Freer, to the Fourth Power”, Washington Post, May 14, 1999, pg. N66, color reproduction
 Ferdinand Protzman, Artists Under the Freer's Spell, Washington Post, May 6, color reproduction
 Lawrence, Lee, “Inheritors of a Legacy”, Internet ArtResources, April 28, 1999
 Bradley, Jeff., “Art Fills Nooks in Boulder”, Denver Post, Jan.28, 1999
1998 Broadus-Garcia, Cassandra., "Tom Nakashima-Finding Meaning", SchoolArts Magazine, April 1998, Vol. 97, No. 8., p 33-36.
 Green, Frank., "Echo Chamber", The Cleveland Free Times, Vol. 6, Issue 29, April 8-14, 1998, p 39. (group exhibition review). Wall, Donna Dorian., “Paper Chase”, Southern Accents, May-June 1998 Vol. 21, No. 3, p122-128
1996 ELLE, Spring Fashion Special, March 1996, p 273, Vol. XI, No. 127 (illus., Big Orange, 1979)
 Birke, Judy, Artspace puts up a few formidable 'Barriers' in show," New Haven Register, October 27, 1996, p.E1¬E4.
 Zimmer, William, Sculptural Installation of Large Intention, The New York Times, November 3, 1996, p. 20
 Michael O'Sullivan, Local Artists Win Felloships, Washington Post, July 15
 Kristen Hileman, Rebecca Philips Abbot, Reid McIntyre & Tom Nakashima, Articulate, Vol. 2, Issue 4, June 1996
1995 Hemp, Christine, Tom Nakashima, Paintings, Horwitch LewAllen Gallery, THE, Santa Fe's Monthly Magazine ofthe Arts, Nov.
 Lee, Jackie, Editor. Moonrabbit Review: Asian Pacific American Voices, Vol 1, Premier issue, Spring 1995, p 96.
 Albuquerque Journal, Sunday October 1, 1995, listing with photograph.
 Manon Cleary, Journeys East: Lenore Miller, H.I. Gates, Takako Nagai & Tom Nakashima, Washington Review,
 Dec/Jan Vol.XXI, photo reproduction
1994 The Paris Review, Summer 1994, Illustration for Table of Contents pages
 Addison, Christopher. Pyramid Atlantic, Fourteen Years of Collaboration, Pyramid Atlantic/The Print News,Riverdale MD, 1994
 Brown, Linda Luise Brown. Art: A Japanese Presence, Page 13 Creative Loafing, October 8, 1994
 Burchard, Hank. Nakashima's Skewed Screens, The Washington Post, Weekend, September 23, 1994
 Fleming, Lee, East Meets West, Tom Nakashima, The Washington Post, Nov. 20
 Prokop, Alan. The Nature of Now, The Charlotte Observer, Friday, July 29, 1994
 Take Advantage of many feasts for the eyes this season, The Charlotte Observer, Sunday, September 11, 1994
  Deck, Gentry., An American Artist Searches for his Roots, Pentagram, Friday, September 23, 1994, Vol 41., No.
38.  Fleming, Lee., Nakashima, Abbott at Anton, The Washington Post, Galleries, Saturday, October 1, 1994  Lewis, Jo Ann., The Medium is the Machine, The Washington Post, Saturday, November 26, 1994   McCoy, Mary., Nakashima's Asian Fascination Unfolds, The Washington Post, Thursday, October 27, 1994.  McGee, Monicah., Japan: The Nature of Now, Break, September 7-13, 1994,
 Events at Spirit Square, New Spirit, July/Aug., 1994, newsletter for Spirit Square Center for Arts and Education, Charlotte, NC  Japan: The Nature of Now, New Spirit, Sept./Oct., 1994, newsletter for Spirit Square Center for Arts and
Education, Charlotte, NC1994 Patterson, Tom., Artists draw on Japanese background, The Charlotte Observer, Sunday, September 18, 1994  Smith, Dean., Images of Japan will fill 2 galleries this fall, The Charlotte Observer, Sunday, August 28, 1994  Watkins, Eileen, Images of Houses Find Happy Home in Summit Exhibit, The Sunday Star Ledger, May 22, 1994  Screenworks I, Where Washington, November 1994 p. 7. Woerdehoff, Valorie, Stirring Us to Our Core, Loras College Magazine, Dec. 21993 Preisser, Alfred., Something entirely different, Hello Belgrade, August, 1993, Vol. 1, No 5.  Fleming, Lee., `Continuum' at Japan Center, The Washington Post, Galleries, Saturday, July 17, 1993  Paine, Janice T., `Loss' Generates Body of Art, Milwaukee Sentinel, Friday, May 7, 1993, Janice T. Paine  Auer, James., UWM Show Targets White Males, Milwaukee Journal, April 25 1993
 Dorsey, John. Goucher Exhibit Shows Draw of Japanese and American Aesthetic, The Sun, MD, March 19-March25, 1993
 Weeks, Ted. Lithographs and Americana, Folio Weekly, Issue 26.  February 9, 1993.
 Hyer, Ed. A Taste of Japanese Art, The Quindecim, April 9, 1993, p 6.
 Parks, Cynthia. Multicultural Exhibit Shows Colorful Country's Stripes, The Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville, FL,January 22, 1993
1992 Searing Statements from Sansei, Press Telegram, Long Beach, CA., May 10, Kinney Littlefield
 Relocations in Long Beach, L.A. Times, May 21, Christopher Knight
 Washington Printmaking, Washington Review, Vol. XVII, No. 2., Aug/Sept 1992 (photographs of the artist and his work)
1991 Gowen, Anne. Artist, Patrons Honored by Mayor, Washington Times, November 1, 1991
 Hannan, Greg., Double Exposure, Washington City Paper, November 29, 1991
 Kohen, Helen. Artist blend well as their art in collage exhibit, Miami Herald, Sunday, October 6, 1991, p31
 Koplos, Janet. Tom Nakashima at Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, Art in America, Oct. 1991, Vol. 79, No. 10.
 Littlehohn, Erica A., The Mayor's Arts Awards: A glittery galai, The Community News, October 31, 1991
 Machida, Margo. On Target:  Tom Nakashima at Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, The New York Nichibei, Thursday, March 7, 1991, Vol. XXXXVII, No. 2314
 Moran, Edward. Tom Nakashima finds sanctuary in a vital East-West aesthetic, The New York Nichibei, Feb. 7,1991
 Makita Suito. Gifu Shimbun, Gifu Prefecture (Central Region),Japan,
 Makita Suito. Tokyo Times, Tokyo, Japan
 Makita Suito. Kyoto Shimbun, Kyoto, Japan
 Makita Suito. Niigata Nippo, Niigata Prefecture (Northern Region), Japan
 Makita Suito. Kita Nippon, Toyama Prefecture (Northern Region), Japan
 Makita Suito Shinano-Mainichi-Shimbun (Nagano Prefecture), Central Region, Japan
 Wilson, Janet., New and Improved, Museum of American Arts, The Washington Post, Friday, Nov. 29, 1991
 Yasui, Todd Allen. Arts Beat: Mayor's Cultural Pep Talk, Washington Post, November 4, 1991
1990 Welzenbach, Michael. Nakashima Melding Cultures, Washington Post, Saturday, May 26, 1990
. Gibson, Eric. Skilled Technician Blooms with Imagery, Washington Times, Saturday, May 26, 1990
 Risatti, Howard. Tom Nakashima, Washington Project for the Arts, Artforum, Vol. XIX, No. 2, October, 1990
 McIntyre, Reid. Tom Nakashima, Eye Wash, June 1990, Vol. 2, No. 7.
 Krasnow, Iris., M & AW/On Scene, Museum&Arts Washington, September/October 1990, Vol. VI, No. 5
 Carol Wood. Tom Nakashima, WPA, Art Papers, Jan.
 Guthrie, Derek. Old Symbols, New Myths, an Interview with D.C. Artist Tom Nakashima, The New Art Examiner,September 1990, Vol. 18, No. 1
1990 Michael Welzenbach. Nakashima Melding Cultures, The Washington Post, May 26
 Gibson, Eric., Skilled Technician Blooms With Imagery, The Washington Times, May 26, 1990
 Fleming, Lee., Back to the Future, Museum & Arts/Washington, January/February, 1990, Vol. VI, No. 1.
 Nakashima, Tom., Reid McIntyre: Without Judgment, Eye Wash, Washington Artists' Newspaper, Dec. 1990, Vol
3. No. 4.  Swift, Mary. Interview with Tom Nakashima, The Washington Review, April/May 1990, Vol. XV, No 6.  Gabriel, Mary. Foreign Influences, Museum&Arts Washington, May/June 1990, Vol. VI, No 3.  Goggins, Alison. Editor., Tom Nakashima, Washington Project for the Arts News Letter, Spring 1990. The Washington Print Club Newsletter, Autumn, 1990, Vol. 26, No. 4. (cover image by Tom Nakashima) 1989 Finnegan, Patrick. Washington, DC, Contemporanea, Patrick Finnegan, November 1989, Vol. II, No. 8  Finnegan, Patrick. Tom Nakashima: Anton Gallery, New Art Examiner, September 1989 Fleming, Lee., Pilgrims Progress, Museum&Arts Washington, May/June 1989, Vol V, No. 3.  Welzenbach, Michael. Tom Nakashima at Anton, The Washington Post, Saturday, June 17, 1989 1988 Frank, Patrick. Significant Movements, New Art Examiner, October 1988 Vol. 16, No. 2. 1987 Frederick, Warren, Editor., Tom Nakashima, The Politics of Pottery, Ceramics Monthly, January 1987, Vol. 35, No. 1
 Gilbard, Florence. Tom Nakashima, at the Anton Gallery, June 3-24, Museum and Arts, DC, May/June 1987, Vol. III, No. 3
 Maloney, Lawrence D., Crisis of Faith, Dosier, March, 1987, Vol 13, No. 3. (see p 45)
 Nakashima, Tom., Aesthetics: Personal Statements by artists and art historians Artists Coalition Letter,
Wash.,D.C., Fall, 1987 1986 Allen, Jane Addams. Top Picks, Nakashima at Anton, Washington Times, Oct.17, 1986 Fleming, Lee. Tom Nakashima, Anton Gallery, Art News, December 1986, p 36, Vol. 85, No. 10. 1985 Coleman, Nicols. Tom Nakashima, The Washington Theater Guide, Fall/Winter 1985, thru Feb. '86, Edition 19
 Fleming, Lee. The Washington Show, Art News, October 1985, p117.
 Richard, Paul. Contrast at the Corcoran, New Art Examiner, October, 1985
 Contrast at the Corcoran, Washington Post, May 11, 1985, Richard Paul.
 Forgey, Ben. Broken Social Compact, Washington Post, Saturday, July 20, 1985
 Richard, Paul. Images of Dark Exuberance, Washington Post, August 17, 1985
 McCoy, Mary. 1984 and 1985 Recipients of the DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities of the Individual Artists' Grants in the Category of Visual Arts New Art Examiner, Mary McCoy, Nov. 1985
 Keith Morrison, New Art Examiner, Oct.
 Welzenbach, Michael. Nakashima is without peer in group exhibition, Washington Times, July 18, 1985 p.2B
 Welzenbach, Michael, Visions of the Bomb, (interview), The Washington Post, Dec. 11
1984 Fleming, Lee. Art Reviews, Tom Nakashima: Paintings, Washington Review, June-July, 1984 p 23-24
 Weizenbach, Michael. Vision of the Bomb, The Washington Post, December 11, 1984
 Rost, Kerstin. Reviews, East Coast: Tom Nakashima, New Art Examiner, Jul./Aug. 1984
 Allen, Jane Addams. Sing with Rich Color, Washington Times, Apr.12, 1984
 Forgey, Ben. Paintings by Tom Nakashima, Washington Post, Apr.12, 1984
1982 Fleming, Lee. Tom Nakashima at Henri, Images and Issues, Sept/October 1982, Vol. 3, No. 2.
1981 Elliot, David. Chicago Sun Times, February 15, 1981
 Lewis, Jo Ann. Washington Post, June 25, 1981
1980 Forgey, Ben. Paintings by Tom Nakashima at Henri, Washington Star, Sept. 28, 1980
1978 from Conversations with Nakashima, Plucked Chicken 2, February 1978


EDUCATION


BA Loras CollegeMA University of Notre DameMFA University of Notre Dame


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE, LECTURES, WORKSHOPS, PANELS


2007 Penland School of Crafts, Penland, NC, Painting Workshop,  June 10 - 22 2006 Editioned prints at Harvey Littleton's , Masterprinter Judith O'Rourke, Littleton Studiio in Spruce Pine, NC MOCA-GA, Artist Resorce Council (ARC) Steering Committee Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art (GHIA), Board 2005 Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art (GHIA), Board 2004 Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art (GHIA), Board 2003 Panel discussion, Dialgues With Asian American Artist, Moderators Bert Winther Tamaki & Louise Cort,  Smithsonian's Freer Gallery and Arthur M. Sackler, National Mus. of Asian Art  Pyramid Atlantic, Advisory Board  Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art (GHIA), Board 2002 Pyramid Atlantic, Advisory Board 2001 Pyranud Atlantic, Advisory Board 2000 Pyramid Atlantic, Advisory Board 1999 Pyramid Atlantic, Advisory Board 1998 Pyramid Atlantic, Advisory Board 1997 Painted Screens Workshop, Art New England, Bennington College, Benningon, VT  Pyramid Atlantic, Advisory Board Member 1996 Millay Colony for the Arts, Austerlitz, NY, Juror for painting applicants.  Drake University, Des Moines, IA, guest artist  The Millay Colony for the Arts, Austerlitz, NY, artist residency, one month  Pyramid Atlantic, Advisory Board Member 1995 Mark Patsfall Graphics, Cincinnati, OH, editioning prints published by Teplitzky & Scott Fine Arts.  College Art Association, Awards Committee, Distinguished Body of Work  University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA, Lecture Suffolk Community College, Selden, NY, October 24, 1995, Guest Speaker  Painted Screens Workshop, Art New England, Bennington College, Benningon, VT, July 30-August 5, 1995
 Panel Discussion, Cultural Identities in the Making of Art: Asian Pacific American Perspectives, Friday, April 21, 1995, The Smithsonian's Asian Pacific American Heritage Committee, S. Dillon Ripley Center, Washington D.C.,
 University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, Guest Speaker
 Maryland Institute of Art, Baltimore, MD, Guest Speaker
 David Adamson Editions, executed Iris Print for The Washington Portfolio
 David Adamson Editions, executed Iris Print
1995 Pyramid Atlantic, Riverdale, MD, folding screen workshop
 Pyramid Atlantic, Board Member
1994 Mark Patsfall Graphics, Cincinnati, OH, editioning prints published by Teplitzky & Scott Fine Arts
 Greenpeace, Cincinnati, OH, Edition of 50 prints to raise funds
 Island Pess, Washington University, St. Louis, MO, visiting artist, print editioning
 American University, Washington D.C., Guest Speaker
 Georgetown University, Levine School, Washington D.C., Guest Speaker
 College Art Association, Awards Committee, Distinguished Body of Work
 University of Washington, Lecture and critique, Seattle, Washington
 RCIP, Rutgers University, print editioning
 Baltimore Institute of Art, Guest Artist and Critic
 Pyramid Atlantic, board member
1993 Panel Discussion, Continuum: Culture and Consciousness, Embassy of Japan, Japan Information and CultureCenter, Exhibition Director, Catalogue contributor and panel moderator for symposium
 Pyramid Atlantic, Washington, DC, Gave workshop on Japanese screen construction
 Asian American Arts Conference, Identity and the Asian American Artist, Providence College, Providence, RI,panelist.
 Concoran School of Art, Washington, DC, guest speaker.
 Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, visiting artist (one Week).
 Washington Project for the Arts, board member
1992 "Asian Identities in Art", College Art Association, Chicago, IL (panel co-chaired by Margo Machida and Moira Roth)
 U. of MN, Split Rock Arts Program, workshop on Japanese screen building
 NEA, Washington, DC, panelist for Special Projects Grants
 NEA, Washington, DC, panelist for Advancement Grants
 Western States Arts Federation, Panelist for WESTAF/NEA Regional Fellowship for Visual Arts-Painting and panel statement in catalogue.
 University of Maryland- College Park, guest artist
 Washington Project for the Arts, board member
 Pyramid Atlantic, board member
1991 Virginia Commonwealth University of America, guest artist, Richmond, VA
 National Museum of American Art, lecture to Museum staff, Washington, DC
 National Museum of American Art, lecture to public, Washington, DC, May 19, 1991
 Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation, Panelist for Painting Fellowships
 Washington Project for the Arts, board member
 Pyramid Atlantic, board member
1988 Washington Project for the Arts, panel discussion
1987 "Aesthetics", Coalition of Wash. Artist, symposium panelist at Corcoran Gallery of Art
 "The Politics of Pottery", discussion including Jane Addams Allen, Rob Barnard, Jack Troy, Terry Burns, Anton Gallery, Washington, DC
1986 Georgetown Univ., Juror, Lloyd Kreeger Awards for student shows
 Guest lecturer, George Washington Univ., Washington DC
 Guest, Panorama, (Maury Povich Show), WTTG TV, Washington, DC
1985 USIA, Lecture for Foreign Service Personnel (also 1986)
 Guest Lecturer, College of William and Mary
 Guest Lecturer, George Washington Univ.
 Guest Lecturer, Shepherd College
1982 (thru 1984) Director, Anton Gallery, Washington, DC
 Guest Lecturer, East Carolina University
1981 Guest Lecturer/Exhibitor, Shepherd College
1973 (Through 1981) Coordinator BFA/MFA Painting Program, West Virginia Univ.
1972 (Since 1968) Head of Printmaking, Columbus College of Art/Design
 Guest Professor in Painting, U. of Notre Dame (summer) Founder/Dir. "Feldhaus 72", Univ. of Notre Dame 1971 Guest Professor of Painting, U. of Notre Dame (summer)


SELECTED MUSEUM AND PUBLIC COLLECTIONS


The New DC Convention Center, Washington, DCThe Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, GASmithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DCCorcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DCDavidson College Art Gallery, Davidson, NCRutger's Univ., Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum., New Brunswick, NJNelson Art Museum, Arizona State University Tucson, AZDrake University, Des Moines, IAEmory Univ., Michael C. Carlos Museum., Atlanta, GAFort Wayne Museum of Art, Ft Wayne, INGeorgia Museum. of Art, Univ. of Georgia, Athens, GAHuntington Museum. of Art, Huntington, WVIllinois State Museum, Springfield, ILIndiana State University, INJersey City Museum, Jersey City, NJKalamazoo Institute of Arts, Kalamazoo, MIL'Hermitage, St. Petersburg, RussiaLehigh University, Bethlehem, PALong Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CAMadison Art Center, Madison, WIMesa Community College, Mesa, AZMichigan State Univ., Kresge Art Museum., East Lansing, MIMott Community College, Flint, MINelson Fine Art Center, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZSci. & Culture Center, Charleston, WVSheppard Fine Art Gallery, Carson City, NVSouthern Illinois Univ., Univ. Museum, Carbondale, ILSunrise Fine Art Museum, Charleston, WVSwarthmore College, Peace Museum, PATeplitzky & Scott Fine Arts, Cincinnati, OHThe Art Museum of Sacramento, CAThe Columbus Museum. of Art, Columbus, OHJohn and Mable Ringling Museum. of Art, Sarasota, FLThe Sunrise Museum, Charleston, WVUniversity of Missouri, Rolla, MOUniv. of Nebraska State Museum, Lincoln, NEThe Snite Museum, Univ. of Notre Dame, Snite Museum of Art, Notre Dame, INUniversity of Tennessee, Knoxville, TNUniversity of Utah, UTWashington University, St. Louis, MO


SELECTED CORPORATE  COLLECTIONS


Morris Communications, Augusta, GAAshland Oil Corp., Ashland, KYCox and Adams, Chicago, ILEric Colbert & Assoc., Architects, Washington DCFurioso Development, Washington, DCKuhn Paper Corp., Hagerstown, MDMerrill Lynch, Washington, DCPeat Marwick Mitchel, Chicago, IL
Shiff/Hardin and Waite, Chicago, ILShiff/Hardin and Waite, Washington, DCSkidmore Owings & Merrill, Chicago, ILSuffix Corp., Chicago, ILThe Eleven Collection, Chicago, ILThe Hyatt Regency, Arlington, VAThe Lenny Bocour Collection, NY, NYWelna Frames, Chicago, ILUNITAS, Kofu, JapanYES Corp., Kofu, Japan