CAROLE GLAUBER

My CV reflects my work as a photographer and photo historian
 
EDUCATION:
M.Ed. University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho
B.S.Ed. History, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois
Phi Alpha Theta History Honorary
Phi Delta Kappa Education Honorary
 
AWARDS:
Finalist, Julia Margaret Cameron Awards for Women Photographers, 2017.
Honorable Mention, Soho Photo Gallery, International Krappy Kamera Contest, 2016
Honorable Mention, Lightbox Photography Gallery, Plastic Fantastic VII, 2016
Peter E. Palmquist Photographic History Research Fellowship, 2008
Winterthur Museum Research Fellowship, 2007
National Coalition of Independent Scholars Research Grant, 2004
Regional Arts and Culture Council, Portland, Oregon, Literary Grant, 1994
Northwest Women's History Project, Publishing Grant, 1994
Oregon Council for the Humanities Research Fellowship, 1994
 
EXHIBITIONS: 
Center for Fine Art Photography, Water, Curator: Jennifer Murray, Ft. Collins, CO., Dec. 2017-Jan. 2018.
Sommerville Toy Camera Festival, The Nave Annex, Juror: Michael Kirchner, Somerville, MA, 2017.
ValidFoto Gallery, Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Women Photographers, Barcelona, Spain, 2017.
Blue Sky Gallery, Eclipse, Curator: Chris Rauschenberg, Portland, Oregon, 2017
PhotoPlace Gallery, Portals, Curator: Aline Smithson, Middlebury, Vermont, 2017.
ASmith Gallery, The Imperfect Lens, Curator: Susan Burnstine, Johnson City, Texas, 2017.
Blue Sky Gallery Pacific Northwest Viewing Drawers, Juror: Mitras Abbaspour, Portland, Oregon, 2017.
Harvey Milk Photo Center, Nocturnes & Noir, Juror: Michael Kenna, San Francisco, CA., 2017.
Rayko Photo Gallery, 10th Annual Plastic Camera Show, San Francisco, CA., 2017.

The Curated Fridge, Curator: Erin Spring, December, 2016-January, 2017.
PhotoPlace Gallery, Personal Narrative, Juror: Susan Burnstine, Middlebury, Vermont, 2016.
PH21 Gallery, Contrast, Curator: Zsolt Batori, Budapest Hungary, 2016.
Gotthelf Gallery
, Israel in Light and Shadow, Solo Exhibit, La Jolla, California, 2016.
Soho Photo Gallery, International Krappy Kamera Contest, Curator Susan Burnstine, New York City, 2016.
12x16 Gallery, Portland Grid Project, Portland, Oregon, 2016.
Chehalem Cultural Center, People of the NW/Photographed by People of the NW, Newberg, Oregon, 2016.
Lightbox Gallery, Plastic Fantastic VII, Curator: Susan Burnstine, Astoria, Oregon, 2016.
Deutser Gallery, Israel in Light and Shadow, Solo Exhibit, Houston, Texas, 2015.
Blue Sky Gallery Pacific Northwest Photography Viewing Drawers, juried selection, 2015
Blackbox Gallery, Grayscale, Portland, Oregon, 2015.
Oregon Jewish Museum, Israel in Light and Shadow, Solo Exhibit, Portland, Oregon, 2014.
Photo Lucida, Then. Now. Here., Portland, Oregon, 2014.
Lightbox Gallery, Plastic Fantastic V, Astoria, Oregon, 2014.
Blue Sky Gallery Viewing DrawersThe Portland Grid Project, Portland, Oregon, 2013.
Lightbox Gallery, Mobile Magic Inaugural Exhibit, Astoria, Oregon, 2013.
Newspace Center For Photography Members Salon, Portland, Oregon, 2013.
Blue Sky Gallery Pacific Northwest Photography Viewing Drawers, juried selection, 2012.
Industry & Art, juried by The Working Waterfront Coalition, Portland, Oregon, 2012.
Blue Sky Gallery Viewing Drawers, “The Portland Grid Project,” Portland, Oregon, 2011.
Artbar Gallery, Portland Center for the Performing Arts. Selections from Blue Sky Gallery’s Pacific Northwest Photography Viewing Drawers, Portland, Oregon, 2010.
Blue Sky Gallery Viewing Drawers, “The Portland Grid Project,” Portland, Oregon, 2010.
Elements Gallery, Northwest Jewish Artists Group Show, Portland, Oregon, 2010.
Portland International Airport, Where We Live: The Portland Grid Project, 2009
Blue Sky Gallery Viewing Drawers, The Portland Grid Project, Portland, Oregon, 2009.
Portland International Airport, Where We Live: The Portland Grid Project, 2008.
Buckley Center, University of Portland, Photography Fanfare Group Exhibit, Portland, Oregon, 2007.
Oregon Jewish Museum, ORA~Northwest Jewish Artists, Portland, Oregon, 2006.
Mahlum Architects, photography exhibition curated by Elizabeth Leach, Portland, Oregon, 2000.
Marylhurst University, Observation and Invention: Oregon Women Photographers 100 Years After the Photo-Secession, curated by Terri Hopkins, Portland, Oregon, 1997.
Newport Visual Arts Center, The Human Form, Newport, Oregon, 1996.
Center for Exploratory and Perceptual Art, Point and Shoot Exhibition, Buffalo, New York, 1996.
Blue Sky Gallery 20th Anniversary Exhibit, Portland, Oregon, 1996.
Portland Art Museum, Oregon Biennial, Portland, Oregon, 1995.
Photo Metro, San Francisco, California, 1994.
Artquake Visual Arts Gallery, Portland, Oregon, 1993.
Rogue Community College, Women Artists of Oregon, Grants Pass, Oregon, 1992.
White Gallery, Solo Exhibit, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon, 1991.
Buckley Center Gallery, Two-Person Exhibit, University of Portland, Portland, Oregon, 1991.
Mind’s Eye Gallery, Two Person Exhibit, Idaho State University, Pocatello, Idaho, 1988.
Mittleman Jewish Community Center, Solo Exhibit, Portland, Oregon, 1988.
San Diego Art Institute Mid-Winter Award Show, San Diego, California, 1987.
Spectrum Gallery, Solo Exhibit, San Diego, California, 1987.
Blue Sky Gallery, Solo Exhibit, Portland, Oregon, 1987.
17thAnnual Juried Photography Exhibition, Houston, Texas, 1986.
Saddleback College, “Southern California Juried Photography Exhibition,” Mission Viejo, CA, 1984.
 
PUBLICATIONS, ARTICLES:
“Photography,” The Cambridge Dictionary of Judaism and Jewish Culture, Cambridge University Press, 2011.
“Lily Edith White (1866-1944)” The Oregon Encyclopedia Project, The Oregon Historical Society, 2009.
“A Look at the Veracious Chronicles of the Cliff Cottage Club,” Oregon Historical Quarterly, Spring 2008.           
“Eyes of the Earth: Lily White, Sarah Ladd, and the Oregon Camera Club,” Oregon Historical Quarterly, Spring 2007.
“An Interview With Michael Kenna,” The Photo Review, Winter 2004.
“Isabella Bird Bishop: Korea, the Yangtze Valley, and Beyond,” The Photo Review, Summer 2002.         
“Songs of a Pagan: A Study of Anne Brigman’s Poetry,” The Photo Review, Spring 2000.
“Myra Albert Wiggins: Arts and Crafts Photographer,” Style 1900, May 1999.
Witch of Kodakery: The Photography of Myra Albert Wiggins 1869-1956, Pullman, Washington: Washington State University Press, 1997. (book)
“A Wandering Lens - Myra Albert Wiggins: Photographer, Artist and Mentor,” Artifact Magazine, March/April 1996.
 
BOOK REVIEWS FOR PUBLICATIONS:
Ambassadors of Progress: American Women Photographers in Paris 1900-1901, Bronwyn A.E. Griffith, Ed., book review for womeninphotography.org. 2002.
The Allen Sisters: Pictorial Photographers 1885-1920, by Suzanne Flynt, book review for womeninphotography.org. 2002.
Pioneer Photographers of the West: A Biographical Dictionary, 1840-1865 by Peter Palmquist and Thomas Kailborn, book review for womeninphotography.org. 2002.
Seizing the Light: A History of Photography by Robert Hirsch, book review for womeninphotography.org. 2001.
Lillian Bassman with an essay by Martin Harrison, book review for womeninphotography.org. 2001.
The Woman Behind the Lens: Frances Benjamin Johnston: 1864-1952 by Bettina Berch, book review for womeninphotography.org. 2001.
Shadows, Fire, Snow-The Life of Tina Modotti, by Patricia Albers, book review for womeninphotography.org. 2000.
Women Photographers at National Geographic, text by Cathy Newman, book review for womeninphotography.org. 2000.
Yiddishland, by Gerard Silvain and Henri Minczeles, book review for Shalshelet, Fall 2000.
 
LECTURES AND PRESENTATIONS:
Understanding Myra Albert Wiggins, Portland Women’s Forum, Portland, Oregon, 2016.
A Life in Pictures: Myra Albert Wiggins, Keynote Address, Hallie Ford Museum, Salem, Oregon, 2015.
Personal History, The University Club, Portland, Oregon, 2015.
A Life in Pictures; Myra Albert Wiggins, History Night, McMenamin’s Wilsonville, Oregon, 2015.
A Life in Pictures; Myra Albert Wiggins, History Night, McMenamin’s, Edgefield Manor, 2015.
Understanding Myra Albert Wiggins, Historic Deepwood Estate, Salem, Oregon, 2014.
Understanding Myra Albert Wiggins, Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon, 2013.
Instructor, History of Photography, Mt. Hood Community College, 2005-2010.
Trials and Triumphs of an Oregon Photographer, History Pub, McMenamin’s Kennedy School, 2011.
Oregon Women Photographers, Western Association of Women Historians, Huntington Library, Pasadena, California, 2011.
Oregon Women Photographers Tour: in Moro, Madras, and Maupin, Oregon, 2010.
Women Photographers and the Transformation of Western Oregon 1890-1910. Northwest History and Heritage Conference, Portland, Oregon, 2009.
Women Photographers in Oregon, Oregon Council for the Humanities Chautauqua Programs at Oregon State Library, Salem; Portland, The Dalles, Langlois, Hillsboro, Eugene, Scio, North Bend, Hood River, and Corvallis, Oregon, 2008-2009.
Three Women Photographers From Oregon: Myra Wiggins, Sarah Ladd, and Lily White, Photography Fanfare, Portland, Oregon, 2007.
By the Time I Got to Woodstock: Eva Watson-Schütze, Photography and the Avant-Garde, Symposium, PhotoHistory XIIIGeorge Eastman House, Rochester, New York, 2006.
Witch of Kodakery: The Photography of Myra Albert Wiggins, Oregon Council for the Humanities Chautauqua Programs in Astoria, Grants Pass, and Pittock Mansion [Portland] Oregon, 2005.
Selling Your Scholarship: Writing Marketable Nonfiction, Panel- Writing and Selling Biography, National Coalition of Independent Scholars Conference, Portland, Oregon, 2005.
The Paperless Paper Trail, National Coalition of Independent Scholars Conference, New York City, New York, 2004.
Witch of Kodakery: The Photography of Myra Albert Wiggins, Oregon Council for the Humanities Chautauqua Programs, in Cedar Mills, Salem, and Hood River, Oregon, 2004.
A Look Beyond by Looking Back: Photo-Historians Reflect on ThemselvesPlenary, PhotoHistory XII Symposium, George Eastman House, Rochester, New York, 2003.
Witch of Kodakery: The Photography of Myra Albert Wiggins, Oregon Council for the Humanities Chautauqua Programs, in Forest Grove, Newport, Sun River, Roseburg, and Corvallis, Oregon, 2003.
Myra Albert Wiggins, Marion County Historical Society Annual Dinner, 2003.
Witch of Kodakery: The Photography of Myra Albert Wiggins, Oregon Cultural Heritage Commission, Multnomah County Central Library, Portland, Oregon, 2002.
Myra Albert Wiggins, Western Association of Women Historians, Portland, Oregon, 2001
Regional Photographers Series, Blue Sky Gallery, Portland, Oregon, 2000.
Myra Albert Wiggins, Symposium, History of Photography XI, George Eastman House, Rochester, New York, 2000.
Myra Albert Wiggins Western Women’s History Conference, Pullman, Washington, 2000.Myra Albert Wiggins, Pacific Myra Albert Wiggins, Northwest History Conference, Spokane, Washington, 2000.
Myra Albert Wiggins, Pacific Northwest History Guild, Seattle, Washington, 1999.
Myra Albert Wiggins, National Conference of the Society for Photographic Education, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1998.
Myra Albert Wiggins, Symposium, History of Photography Group, Manhattanville College, New York, 1997.
Myra Albert Wiggins, Marion County Historical Society, Salem, Oregon, 1997.
Myra Albert Wiggins, Martin-Zambito Gallery, Seattle, Washington, 1997.
Myra Albert Wiggins, Powell's Books, Portland, Oregon, 1997.
Myra Albert Wiggins, Yakima Valley Museum, Yakima, Washington, 1997.
Myra Albert Wiggins, Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon, 1997.
 
ARTICLES AND REVIEWS OF MY WORK:
“Krappy Kamera Awards Prove Even Lo-Fi Tools Can Make Great Art,” Huffpost Arts & CultureMarch 10, 2016.
“Grid Project Puts City Under Lens,” Portland Tribune, March 17, 2016.
“Salem Artist Helped Redefine Photography as Art 100 Years ago,” OregonLive, February 9, 2015.
“Carole Glauber’s Photos Explore Diversity of Haifa Neighborhoods,” Oregon Jewish Life, May 1, 2014.
“Friends of the Library Hosts Oregon Women Photographers Presentation,” The Scio News, January 29, 2009.
“Glauber Writes About Photo Secession Figure,” Paul Haist, Jewish Review, January 15, 2008.
“Book Reviews: Witch of Kodakery,” Robert Hirsch, Photovision, March/April 2003.
“Reviews,” Woman’s Art Journal, Spring/Summer 2000.
“Books For the Western Library,” Journal of the West, October 1999.
“Notes and Reviews: Myra Albert Wiggins,” Gary Saretzky, Rutgers University, History of Photography, Autumn, 1998.
“Reviews: Witch of Kodakery: The Photography of Myra Albert Wiggins,” Richard H. Engeman, Oregon Historical Quarterly, Fall, 1998.
“Witch of Kodakery: The Photography of Myra Albert Wiggins, Review,” Peter Bunnell, Princeton University, Choice, January 1998.
“Recent Books in Review: Witch of Kodakery: The Photography of Myra Albert Wiggins,” Carolyn J. Marr, Museum of History and Industry, Pacific Northwest Quarterly, Winter 1998/99.
“Observation and Invention: A Marylhurst Exhibit Shows the Varied Works of 14 Women Photographers,” Bob Hicks, The Oregonian, September 26, 1997.
“Women’s Photos Hang in Art Gym: Marylhurst Show Complements Portland Art Museum Display,” Lake Oswego Review, September 25, 1997.
“The ‘Witch of Kodakery’ Revived,” Seattle Weekly, September 10, 1997. 
“Sisters of the Light: Two Early Oregon Photographers Followed Opposite Paths to Their Artistic Illumination,” Randy Gragg, The Oregonian, September 21, 1997.
“Glauber Book Focuses on Oregon Photo-Secessionist,” Paul Haist, The Jewish Review,
September 15, 1997.
“Career of a Photography Pioneer,” Christian Science Monitor, Mary Warner Marien, October 30, 1997.
“Books Pair Words With Pictures for Wonderful Results,” Dan Hays, Salem Statesman Journal, September 21, 1997.
“Oregon Woman Pioneer in Photography,” Sala Horowitz, The Woman’s Journal, September 1997.
“Blazing the Northwest Trail in Art,” Sala Horowitz, Writers Northwest, Winter 1997.          
“Art Review 1995 Oregon Biennial,” Willamette Week, August 16, 1995.
“Point and Shoot Exhibition,” CEPA Summer/Fall 1992.
“Art,” Los Angeles Times, May 29, 1987.
“Photographic Arts,” Photo Metro, April 1987.
“Scene Two Art,” San Diego Tribune, May 1, 1986.
“Adams Mania at Museum,” San Diego Tribune, April 17, 1986.
“It’s Bella’s Century, Too,” San Diego Jewish Press Heritage, July 18, 1986.

INTERVIEWS, PUBLICATIONS, WEBSITES, CATALOGUES THAT INCLUDE MY WORK:
The Eclipse Show, Blue Sky Book 86, 2017.
Personal Narrative, PhotoPlace Gallery, 2016. (book)
Portland Grid Project Website: portlandgridproject.com
Blue Sky Gallery Archives, blueskygallery.org (website)
Lensculture.com, Personal History. (website)
Focus: Grayscale, Blackbox Gallery, 2015. (book)
The River They Saw, Oregon Experience, Television interview, Oregon Public Broadcasting, 2008.
Women Writing Biography, Radio Interview, KBOO, 2006.
Eyes of a City, A City of Eyes, CD-Rom produced by Blue Sky Gallery, Portland, Oregon, 2000.
Women Photographers: A Selection of Images from the Women in Photography Archive 1852-1997, Peter Palmquist and Gia Musso, Iaqua Press, 1997, Plate 75 and Biographies section. (book)
Exploring Color Photography 3rd Edition, Robert Hirsch, Brown & Benchmark, 1997. (book)
Community Spotlight, Radio Interview KBPS, 1997.
Point and Shoot Exhibition, Center for Exploratory and Perceptual Art, Buffalo, New York, Catalogue, 1992.         
Women Artists of Oregon, Rogue Community College, Grants Pass Oregon. (Catalogue)
 
COLLECTIONS:
Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education, Portland, Oregon.
Women in Photography International Archive, Beinecke Manuscript Library, Yale University.
University of Idaho Archives, Moscow, Idaho.
Andrew Rowe, Portland, Oregon.
Marjorie Janove, Portland, Oregon.
Paul Sack, San Francisco, California.
Christopher Rauschenberg, Portland, Oregon.
Deborah Herzberg, Portland, Oregon.
Ann Kendellen, Portland, Oregon.
Betty Smithberg, Minnetonka, Minnesota
Heidi Donovan, St. Paul, Minnesota.
Barbara Parks, Plymouth, Minnesota.
Joseph Bellows, San Diego, California.
Nate Antler, Del Mar, California.
Charles Wright, Rochester, New York.
Mary C. Bowen, Williamsville, New York.
Molly Major, Portland, Oregon.