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  1. 1. Résumé/CV Cheryl Smallwood-Roberts 319.360.8823 • csriam@aol.comEducation M. A. Museum Science and Management, May 2012. The University of Tulsa, Tulsa OK—4.0 GPA B.S.S. Fine Art/Anthropology, June 2010. Cornell College, Mount Vernon IA—3.76 GPAEmployment History Research Associate, Gilcrease Museum, Tulsa OK June 2011 – Present Freelance Designer, Art Director 1997 – Present Assistant (work-study), Publications Dept., Cornell College, Mount Vernon IA March 2008 – July 2010 Creative/Art Director, The Wisconsin Cheeseman, Sun Prairie WI Sept. 2001 – January 2006 Production Manager/Designer,, Madison WI August 2000 – Sept. 2001 Creative Director, Topitzes & Associates, Madison WI March 1996 – March 1998 Creative Services Manager, Demco, Madison WI May 1994 – March 1996 Creative Director, Mall Advocate, Chapel Hill NC May 1992 – December 1993 Assistant Creative Director, 3 Score, Atlanta GA July 1990 – November 1991 Creative Art Director, P. A. Bergner/Carson Pirie Scott, Milwaukee WI June 1988 – July 1990 Print Media Manager, Midwest Region, JCPenney, Chicago IL 1980 – June 1988 Expertise Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office apps, Quark Xpress, Mac and PC platforms Familiar with asset management/museum/statistical software (TMS, Past Perfect, IBM SPSS) Print design and production, including catalogs, books, manuals, brochures, direct mail Collaboration on web site design/development Extensive knowledge of planning and directing studio/location photography Cost effective purchasing of printing services Management: creative teams, systems and procedures, budgets, production • Mall Advocate: agency billing increase from $2 million to 8+ million in 18 months • Reorganization and development of staff and creation of new advertising standards after acquisition of Carson Pirie Scott (P. A. Bergner) • Restructure & management of Midwest Regional Advertising Department (JCPenney) resulting in multi-million dollar savings annually Branding: corporate identity, product development, packaging, marketing • Creation of marketing materials for advancement, alumni, and admissions at Cornell College • Revision of logo, catalog standards, packaging, and website for The Wisconsin Cheeseman • Creative platforms for Past Ports curriculum program, Kids & Things educational consumer division (Demco) • Design & production of KEEP energy education materials in conjunction with ECW and UW-Stevens PointAwards and Accomplishments • Graduate Research Assistantship, Gilcrease Museum 2011/12 • Foutch Endowment Scholarship, University of Tulsa 2011 • Member Lambda Alpha Honors Society for Anthropology • Montgomery Research Fellow in Native Arts, Cornell College • CAA Scholarship 2009, Kampsville Field School • BPWI Scholarship 2008, PWN Scholarship 2009, Class of 55 Scholarship 2009, Cornell College • Maxi Award, Cathy Campaign for Edward J. Debartolo Co. • Past Board Member, Madison Advertising Federation • ADDY Awards (JCPenney, Cornell College)
  2. 2. Publications (Design and Production) • Peace Medals—Negotiating Power in Early America Gilcrease Museum 2012 • Sunshine and Shadows Elaine Rexroat Johnson 2010 • Strange Michigan Big Earth Publishing 2008 • Strange Wisconsin Big Earth Publishing 2007 • Thomas Mann—Metal Artist Guild Publishing 2001 • Contemporary Glass—Color, Light & Form Guild Publishing 2001 • Smashing Glazes Guild Publishing 2001 • Gilded Vessel—The Lustrous Art and Life of Beatrice Wood Guild Publishing 2001 • Object Lessons—Beauty and Meaning in Art Guild Publishing 2001 • The Sourcebook of Architectural & Interior Art 16 Guild Publishing 2001 • Josh Simpson—Glass Artist Guild Publishing 2000 Seminars/Symposia • 14th Annual Student Research Colloquium, April 2011, University of Tulsa, College Research Poster Session: Shaft-tomb Ceramic Figures of West Mexico – Revealing Ancient Social Order and Identity • 14th Annual Student Research Colloquium, April 2011, University of Tulsa, Judge, High School Poster Session • 15th Annual Student Research Colloquium, April 2012, University of Tulsa, Judge, Contributed PapersInternships Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa OK, August-December, 2011 • Curatorial Intern for Dr. Christina Burke, Curator of Native American and Non-Western Art • Inaugural Exhibit, Philbrook Annex – Matthews Building, Tulsa OK, projected for Spring 2013 - Assisted with review and selection of ceramic objects - Research of 40-plus ceramic objects, including artist bios, technique, history, and provenance • Black on Black & White: The Southwest of Laura Gilpin and Maria Martinez, Feb. 5 – April 15, 2012 - Assisted with review and selection of ceramics • Carved with Distinction: Traditional Chinese Horn, Ivory, and Jade, Sept. 18 – Dec. 18, 2011 - Assisted with review and selection of objects Gilcrease Museum, Tulsa OK, 2011-2012 • Research Assistant for Dr. Robert Pickering • Developed SPSS database, photographed, and drew detailed illustrations of over 400 West Mexican artifacts • Reviewed/prepared data and synopsis of archival materials for import into TMS • Peace Medals: Symbols of Influence and Prestige in North America, December 4, 2011 – April 2012 - Researched content and images for exhibit and future website - Design and production of companion publication: Peace Medals—Negotiating Power in Early America Dickson Mounds Museum, Lewistown IL, December 2008 • Assisted Dr. Michael Conner with digitizing the museum’s collection of pre-Columbian ceramics
  3. 3. References: Robert B. Pickering Director of Curatorial Affairs & Public Programs, Gilcrease Museum; Director, Museum Science and Management, University of Tulsa 1400 N. Gilcrease Museum Road, Tulsa OK 74127 918.596.2706 Christina E. Burke Curator of Native American & Non-Western Art Philbrook Museum of Art 2727 S. Rockford Rd., Tulsa OK 74114 918.748.5387 Prof. Christine Penn-Goetsch (Art History) Cornell College, 600 First Street SW, Mount Vernon, IA 52314 319.895.4137