Chuck Dugan

CHUCK DUGAN
April 1947 – October 2007

Brief Biography
1977–1979, M.F.A. (Painting), University of Houston, Houston, Texas
1975–1977, M.A. (Painting), California State University, Chico, Chico, California
1967–1971, U.S.A.F., Aircraft Electronics, Technician SR71 Reconnaissance Aircraft, Beale Air Force Base, California
1965, Graduated Thomas Jefferson High School, Dallas, Texas

Solo/Duo Exhibitions
1989, March, Chuck Dugan New Paintings, Frumkin/Adams Gallery, New York, New York
1989, March, Collages and Drawings by Roberto Caracciolo and Chuck Dugan, Janie C. Lee Gallery, Houston, Texas
1987, April, Chuck Dugan New Paintings and Drawings, Eugene Binder Gallery, Dallas, Texas
1987, January, Chuck Dugan New Paintings, Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York, New York
1985, May, Chuck Dugan New Paintings James Surls New Sculpture, Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York, New York
1984, May, Chuck Dugan First One–Man Show in New York, Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York, New York

Group Exhibitions
1990, April, Group Exhibition of Gallery Artists, Eugene Binder Galerie, Cologne, Germany
1990, March, Tradition and Innovation: A Museum Celebration of Texas Art, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Houston, Texas
1990, January, Texas Art Celebration ’90, 1600 Smith in Cullen Center, Houston, Texas
1989, May, Looking at Color, Transco Gallery; Transco Energy Company, Houston, Texas
1989, February, Texas Art Celebration ’89, 1600 Smith in Cullen Center, Houston, Texas
1989, January, Just Paint, Blue Star Art Space, San Antonio, Texas
1988, November, Drawn from Life: Contemporary Interpretive Landscape, Sewell Art Gallery, Rice University, Houston, Texas
1988, September, The First Texas Triennial 1988, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Houston, Texas; Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Houston, Texas, September 24 – November 13, 1988; Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, January 19 – February 1989; Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, Texas, April 14 – May 1989; Lubbock Fine Arts Center, Lubbock, Texas, July 17 – August 1989; San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, San Angelo, Texas, September 7 – October 22, 1989; Center for Research in Contemporary Art, Arlington, Texas, November 3 – December 1989; Bridge Center for Contemporary Art, El Paso, Texas, December 15, 1989 – January 1990
1988, September, Houston Art Against AIDS 1988, Decorative Center of Houston, Houston, Texas
1988, September, Conscience and Content, Art League of Houston, Houston, Texas
1988, April, The Abstract Impulse, Davis McClain Gallery, Houston, Texas
1988, March, High Art with Houston Symphony Orchestra, Tobias Picker, Producer, Transco Tower, Houston, Texas
1988, February, Texas Art, The Menil Collection, Richmond Hall, Houston, Texas
1988, January, One + One: Collaborations by Artists and Writers, The Glassell School of Art: The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Houston, Texas
1987, October, One Eye, Houston Center for Photography, Houston, Texas
1987, September, Third Coast Review: A Look at Art in Texas, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, Colorado
1987, June, The Landscape Observed/Imagined: An Invitational Exhibition of Works on Paper, Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York, New York
1987, June, ONWAUGHGALA, ONWAUGH, Houston, Texas
1987, June, Watermelon Flats Show: Houston Sculptors on Buffalo Bayou, Watermelon Flats, Houston, Texas
1987, January, Texas Artists, Butler Gallery, Houston, Texas
1986, November, Prisoners of Conscience, Amnesty International Group 23, Diverse Works, Houston, Texas
1986, October, Selections 1986: From the Glassell School of Art, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Dishman Gallery, Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas
1986, August, Faculty Exhibition, The Glassell School of Art, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Houston, Texas
1986, July, Eccentric Drawings, Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York, New York
1985, February, 12 Texas Painters, Fox Fine Arts Center, The University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, Texas
1985, February, Azaceta, Brown, de Forest, Dugan, Saul, California State College, Stanislaus, Stanislaus, California
1985, January, Fresh Paint: The Houston School, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Houston, Texas; P.S. 1, Long Island City, New York
1985, January, American Art Today: Still Life, The Art Museum at Florida, International University, Miami, Florida
1985, January, Fresh Roots; First Marks, The Drawing Room Gallery, Houston, Texas
1985, January, Then, Now & Then…, The Lawndale Alternative, Houston, Texas
1984, October, Group Exhibition, Butler Gallery, Houston, Texas
1984, September, Anniversary Exhibition, Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York, New York
1984, July, The Studio, Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York, New York
1984, January, Artists Call, Lawndale Art Alternative, Houston, Texas
1983, February, 38th Corcoran Biennial of American Painting & Western States Exhibition, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.; The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., February 3 – April 3, 1983; Lakeview Museum of Arts and Sciences, Peoria, Illinois, May 6 – August 31, 1983; The Scottsdale Center of the Arts, Scottsdale, Arizona, October 8 – November 20, 1983; The Albuquerque Museum, Albuquerque, New Mexico, December 18, 1983 – March 4, 1984; The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York, March 22 – May 13, 1984; Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, California, June 3 – August 12, 1984; Laguna Beach Museum of Art, Laguna Beach, California, June 15 – August 12, 1984; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, California, August 30 – November 11, 1984
1982, December, Untitled, The Lawndale Alternative, Houston, Texas
1982, November, Thirteen on Paper, The Center for Art and Performance, Houston, Texas
1982, November, The 360 Degree Perspective Show, Newell Gallery, Houston, Texas
1982, October, Small Works From Texas, Gallery 101, University of Wisconsin, Riverfalls, Wisconsin
1982, August, The Dream Show, Dougherty Arts Center, Austin, Texas
1982, June, Art From Houston In Norway, Stavanger Kuntsforening, Stavanger, Norway
1982, January, 13 Artists – A Look At Houston, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia
1981, November, Impressions of Houston, O’Kane Gallery, Houston, Texas
1981, October, Faculty Exhibition, Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston, Houston, Texas
1980, March, Texas Show, Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, Louisiana
1979, December, Group Exhibition, St. Thomas University, Houston, Texas
1979, November, M.F.A. Thesis Exhibition, University of Houston, Houston, Texas
1979, September, The Miniature Show, Lawndale Annex, Houston, Texas
1979, May, Group Exhibition, Blaffer Gallery, Houston, Texas
1979, April, Superspectives, Lawndale Annex, Houston, Texas
1979, March, Door Show, (in collaboration with James Surls), Houston Main Street, Houston, Texas
1978, December, Annual Invitation Exhibition, Koehler Cultural Center, San Antonio, Texas
1978, November, Multi–Media Exhibition, Galarie Sur La Terre, Houston, Texas
1978, March, Faculty Exhibition, University of Houston, Houston, Texas
1977, October, Jewish Community Center Thirteenth Annual Exhibition, Jewish Community Center, Houston, Texas
1977, May, Master’s Thesis Exhibition, California State University, Chico, Chico, California
1975, November, Group Exhibition, University of California, Santa Barbara, California

Multi–Media
1988, Co–Producer, “Fishmonger”, A video portrait inspired by the life, art and writings of Forrest Bess. James Kanan, Producer and Director; October 2, 1988 – KUHT–TV, Houston, Texas; September 17, 1988 – Premier, Brown Auditorium, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Houston, Texas.
1988, Performer, “This State I’m In”, A film picaresque; the story of a young girl who, during her wanderings in a land beyond imagination, finds herself confronted with the geography, history, and personae which are the iconography of the Texas Gulf Coast. Robert Ziebell, Producer and Director, November 27, 1988 – Preview, KUHT–TV, Houston, Texas.
1987, Interview, “Video Workshop: The Contemporary Arts and Artists in Houston”. Dawn Laurel, Producer and Director, April 26, 1988 – KUHT–TV, Houston, Texas.
1985, Panel Discussion Participant, “Fresh?” panel discussion: a panel held in conjunction with the “Fresh Paint” exhibition at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Lawndale Art Alternative, University of Houston
1983, Interview, “Center Stage”, Celeste Kelly, Host, May 8, 1983 – KTVP–TV, Peoria, Illinois.
1981, Performer, “2C3TS”, Tina Girouard, Producer and Director, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas.
1981, Production Assistant, “Panther”, Manual Lutgenhorst, Artist and Director, Lawndale Art Alternative, University of Houston.
1979, Interview, “Scene at Five”, Leslie Seamon, Host, September 19, 1979 – KPRC–TV, Houston, Texas
1979, Interview, “ArtWorld”, Mimi Webb–Miller, Host, June 6, 1979 – KUHF–Radio, Houston, Texas

Related Experience
1984–1987, Vice President of Board of Directors, Artist Advisory Board Member, Diverse Works, Houston, Texas
1982–1983, Gallery Coordinator, Lawndale Art Alternative, University of Houston, Houston, Texas

Teaching Experience
1984–1987, Instructor, Glassell School, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas
Summer 1986, Advanced Painting (workshop)
Spring 1986, Beginning Painting: 221; Intermediate Painting: 321–322 (two sections)
Fall 1985, Intermediate Painting: 321–322 (two sections)
Summer 1985, Junior Painting Studio (workshop); Advanced Painting Studio (workshop); Drawing/Painting (13–17 years)
Spring 1985, Advanced Painting: 421–422; Intermediate Painting: 321–322 (two sections)
Fall 1984, Advanced Painting: 421–422; Intermediate Painting: 321–322 (two sections)
Spring 1984, Intermediate Painting: 321–322; Advanced Painting: 421–422
1979–1983, Lecturer, University of Houston, Houston, Texas
Fall 1983, Color Theory: Art 3303
Spring 1983, Gallery Coordinator, Lawndale Art Alternative. Gallery Practicum: Art 4389
Fall 1982, Gallery Coordinator, Lawndale Art Alternative. Museum Methodology: Art 4389
Summer 1982, Fundamentals of Painting: Art 1304; Intermediate Painting: Art 3304
Spring 1982, Color Theory: Art 3303; Fundamentals of Two–Dimensional; Design: Art 1302; High School Recruitment
Fall 1981, Color Theory: Art 3303
Fall 1980, Fundamentals of Drawing: Art 1301, (two sections); Independent Study: Art 4398
Summer 1980, Fundamentals of Painting: Art 1304; Life Drawing: Art 3301
Spring 1980, Intermediate Drawing: Art 3300; Life Drawing: Art 3301
Fall 1979, Intermediate Drawing: Art 3300; Fundamentals of Drawing: Art 1301
Summer 1979, Intermediate Drawing: Art 3300; Advanced Drawing: Art 3308; Life Drawing: Art 3301
Spring 1979, Fundamentals of Drawing: Art 1301
Fall 1978, Life Drawing: Art 3301
Summer 1978, Fundamentals of Drawing: Art 1301; Fundamentals of Two–Dimensional Design: Art 1302
Spring 1978, Fundamentals of Painting: Art 1304