Michael Kendall, BS, Westphal College of Media Arts and Design, Design, 1974 (Deceased). Artist, Teacher, Consultant
An artist, teacher and consultant, Ms. Kendall focused her career on issues pertaining to cultural diversity, equity and access. She lectured extensively on the topic of comprehensive multicultural education to audiences at a wide range of cultural and educational institutions, and she advised and consulted at many civic and governmental organizations. Her teaching and research, as well as the various research grants and international lecture requests she received, reflected her involvement with the instructional application of multicultural pedagogy. Ms. Kendall had been a Program Officer for the Getty Center for Education in the Arts in Los Angeles, and she had taught at New York University, at Parsons School of Design, and at Montclair State College, where she was Director of both the undergraduate, preservice art education program and the graduate inservice and post baccalaureate program in Art Education. As an artist, Ms. Kendall was a Fellow at Yaddo and the Virginia Center of the Arts, and she was a Fellow at the Rodriguez-Acosta Foundation, through which she served as Painter-in-Residence at the Alhambra in Granada, Spain. She was a 1993 recipient of the Drexel University Alumni Trail Blazer award.
Michael Kendall '74