Biography

portrait-1974-5-studio

BETTY LADUKE

610 Long Way
Ashland, Oregon 97520

Phone (541) 482-4562
Fax (541) 482-2584

www.bettyladuke.com
bladuke@jeffnet.org

EDUCATION
1960-63California State University, Los Angeles, CA, Bachelor's, Special Secondary Art Teaching Credential, and Master's Degree in Printmaking
1953-54Instituto Allende, San Miguel, Mexico (scholarship) lived in Mexico 1953–56
1951-52Cleveland Institute of Art (scholarship)
1950-51Denver University (scholarship)
1947-50High School of Music and Art, New York
TEACHING CAREER - Professor of Art Emeritus
1964-96Southern Oregon University, Ashland, OR, Painting and Drawing; initiated classes Women and Art, 1977; and Art in the Third World, 1978
1961-64Stevenson Jr. High, Los Angeles, CA
1957-58Grand Street Settlement House, New York, N.Y., Director of Art Programs
ARCHIVE AND SPECIAL COLLECTIONS (papers and documentation)
Hallie Ford Museum of Art and Mark O. Hatfield Library, Willamette Univ., Salem, OR
TRAVEL
Mexico, 1953-56; Europe, Israel, 1956; Europe, 1969; India, 1972; India, Sri Lanka, 1974; Indonesia, Thailand, Hong Kong, 1975; People's Republic of China, 1976; Mexico 1976, 1977, 1979, 1990; Papua New Guinea, Australia, 1978; India, Borneo, Sulawesi, 1980; Chile, Peru, San Blas Islands, Nicaragua, 1981; Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Cuba, 1982; Haiti, Cuba, Grenada, Nicaragua, Mexico, 1983; Puerto Rico, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Bolivia, Brazil, 1984; Nicaragua, Jamaica, 1985; Yugoslavia, 1986.; Bolivia, 1994; Thailand, 1995; Poland, 1999; Mexico, 2000; Ecuador, Mexico, 2002; Mexico, 2003; Syria, Lebanon, 2003; Ecuador, 2004; Peru, 2004; Poland, Cambodia, Viet Nam, 2005; Kosovo, Albania, 2006; Myanmar, 2007; Thailand, 2007; Nepal, 2009; Turkey, 2012; Bhutan, India, 2013; Nicaragua, Germany, 2014
TRAVEL AFRICA
Nigeria 1986; Egypt, Kenya and Nigeria 1987; Morocco, Senegal and Mali 1988; Mali and Ivory Coast 1989; Mexico 1990, Cameroon 1991; Ghana, Togo, and Benin, 1992; Burkina Faso and Zimbabwe, 1993; Zimbabwe, Eritrea, and Bolivia, 1994; Eritrea, 1995; Eritrea and Ethiopia, 1997; Ethiopia, Uganda, and Eritrea, 1998; Eritrea, 1999; Tanzania, 2000, Eritrea and Nigeria, 2001; Eritrea, 2002; Uganda and Rwanda, 2003; Zimbabwe, Kenya, Tanzania and Rwanda, 2006; Mozambique, 2008
CURRENT CIRCULATION EXHIBITION
Celebrating Life: Betty LaDuke Retrospective; Media: paintings, mural panels, drawings, prints.
2013Schneider Art Museum, Southern Oregon University, Ashland OR
2016Braur Art Museum, Valparaiso University, Valparaiso IN
2016Paris Gibson Art Center, Great Falls MT
Bountiful Harvest: From Land to Table; Media: wood panels
2015Portland Art Museum, Portland OR
SELECT ART EXHIBITIONS IN PERMANENT PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
2013Celebrating Local Farms and Farmworkers. Rogue Valley International Airport, Medford OR, 26 panels 48” x 36” ea. approx. Permanent installation.
2011Surviving War Dreaming Home, Eritrea, Ethiopia. Special Collections Library, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR. 3 original paintings, additional giclee prints, drawings.
Dreaming Cows. Permanent installation, purchased Oregon State University, Corvallis OR, 25 giclee prints.
2009Dreaming Cows. Permanent installation. Heifer International (headquarters) Little Rock, AR, 30 original paintings 72” x 68” - 42” x 32.”
Dreaming Cows. Permanent installation. Education Center Heifer International, Little Rock AR, 30 mural panels 86” x 48” and smaller.
Children of the World. Permanent installation, Hannon Library, Southern Oregon University, Ashland OR, 100 photographs 30” x 20” and smaller, 5 paintings.
2003Print Impressions: Third World Cultures. Waterloo Center for the Arts, Waterloo IA, 106 etchings, lithographs, woodblock prints.
2002Multicultural Images. Bennet Women's College Global Center, Greensboro NC,
13 giclee prints, 12 etchings.
1998China: and Outsider's Inside View. Coos Art Museum, Coos Bay OR, 14 paintings, photographs, drawings.
EDUCATIONAL EXHIBITS, DOCUMENTATION AND COLLECTED ART BY BETTY LADUKE
2012Celebrating Women's Creative Hands and Spirits. Folklife Center, Glendale Public Library, Glendale NY, photographs and collected art.
2009Chiapas, Mexico: Land and Liberty. Hannon Library, Southern Oregon University, Ashland OR, photographs, giclee prints, drawings.
Syria and Lebanon: Crossroads of the Middle East. Hannon Library, Southern Oregon University, giclee prints, photographs, drawings.
2006Traditional Arts of Borneo and Sulawesi 1981-1983. Museum of University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls IA, photographs, collected art.
2002Africa Through the Eyes of Women Artists. James E. Lewis Art Museum, Morgan State University, Baltimore MD, photographs and collected art.
1998Companeras: Women Art and Social Change in Latin America. Permanent installation, Alma Conference Center, Austin TX, photographs and collected art.
BOOK PUBLICATIONS ABOUT BETTY LADUKE
Multi-Cultural Celebrations, The Paintings of Betty LaDuke 1972-1992, Gloria Feman Orenstein, Pomegranate Pub., 1993 (80 color reproductions).
Dreaming Cows, The Paintings, Murals and Drawings of Betty LaDuke, Celebrating Heifer International, text by Susan Jo Bumagin, Published by Heifer International, 2009
BOOK PUBLICATIONS BY BETTY LADUKE
Africa: Women's Art, Women's Lives, Africa World Press, 1997
Women Against Hunger, A Sketchbook Journey, Africa World Press, 1997
Women Artists: Multi-Cultural Visions, Red Sea Press, 1992
Africa through the Eyes of Women Artists, Africa World Press, 1991
Compañeras, Women, Art, and Social Change in Latin America, City Lights, 1985
VIDEO PRODUCTIONS
Honoring Our Earth, from Oregon to Timbuktu, Betty LaDuke
Celebrating Life, Betty LaDuke (virtual tour)
http://www.bettyladuke.com/build22/virtualtour.html
Oregon Art Beat: Painter Betty LaDuke
http://www.opb.org/programs/artbeat/segments/view/623?q=betty+laduke
Betty LaDuke, An Artist’s Journey from the Bronx to Timbuktu
Distributed by Cinema Guild, NY, 212-685-6242
Persistent Women Artists, Pablita Velarde, Mine Okubo, Lois Mailou Jones
Distributed by Cinema Guild, NY, 212-685-6242
Africa Between Myth and Reality
Distributed by Cinema Guild, NY, 212-685-6242
Eritrean Artists in War and Peace (filmed in Africa)
Distributed by Cinema Guild, NY, 212-685-6242
Preservation of Oregon’s Artistic Heritage: Betty LaDuke, Art Reflecting Life
Distributed by Salem Art Assoc. POAH online.org, 503-581-2228
Dreaming Cows: The Heifer International Mural Project by Betty LaDuke
Distributed by Heifer International, (1-877-448-6437)
SPECIAL RECOGNITION
2000Vida Scudder Award, The Witness Journal, Episcopal Church, for upholding a vision of justice, peace, and social change
1996Edwin Ziegfeld Award, International Society for Education through the Arts, The National Art Education Society for Distinguished International Leadership in Art Education
1996Tenth Annual Colin Ruagh Thomas O’Fallon Memorial Lecture in Art and American Culture, “An Artist’s Journey from the Bronx to Timbuktu”
The Oregon Humanities Center, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
1993Oregon Governor's Award for the Arts
1986Faculty Award of Excellence, Southern Oregon University
1984Casa Fernando Gordillo, Artists' Union, Managua, Nicaragua (Ser Humano - To Be Human, Print Exhibit, one person)
1983Hubert Herring Memorial Award for Best Article, Pacific Coast Council of Latin American Studies, Evergreen, CO ("Nicaragua: The Painter-Peasants of Soleniname")
1980Hubert Herring Special Recognition Award for Best Book, Pacific Coast Council of Latin American Studies, Evergreen, CO (Mexico, A Sketchbook Journey of Easter),
Pub. by Ink Impressions
1974-80Sponsorship of Traveling Exhibits, Visual Art Resources, Museum of Art, Eugene, OR
Impressions of India, Women Painters of India and Traditional Artists of Borneo and Sulawesi
1976University of Guanajuato, Guanajuato, Mexico (Exhibition of Prints - Impressions of India)
1976-77Oregon Artists Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit, Museum of Art, Eugene, OR
1976Cheney Cowles Memorial Museum, Spokane, WA (Fremont Lane Award - Painting)
1975Collins Foundation, grant to create a Portfolio of 4 Lithographs (The Karma Cycle)
1973Carpenter Foundation, grant to create a Portfolio of 8 Lithographs (Impressions of India)
Medford City Hall, Medford, OR (Selected by Medford Arts Commission for Permanent Collection - 8 lithographs)
1972Coos Art Museum, Coos Bay, OR (Purchase Prize - Painting)
Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR (Commission to create Membership Print)
Southern Oregon State College, Ashland, OR (Commission to Create Print for the Opening of Stevenson Student Union)
1971Graphics '71, Western New Mexico University, Silver City, NM (Purchase Prize)
Medford City Hall, Medford, OR (Selected by Medford Arts Commission - Painting for Permanent Exhibit)
1970Westside Jewish Community Center, Los Angeles, CA (Second Invitational Traveling Biblical Exhibit)
Oregon State Fair, Salem, OR (First Prize - Painting)
1969Summer Art Festival, Oregon College of Education, Monmouth, OR (Award - Print)
Rochester Religious Art Festival, Rochester, NY (Second Prize - Print)
Ninth Pacific Northwest Annual, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA (Purchase Prize - Print)
1967Friends of the Museum, Museum of Art, Eugene, OR (Honorable Mention - Print)
1963Downey Museum of Art, Downey, CA (Honorable Mention- Print)
1962California State College of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA (Graduation Exhibition, 1st prize, Printmaking)
1958City Center Gallery, New York, NY (Honorable Mention - Painting)
1953-56Five one-person exhibits sponsored by the Mexican government in Guanajuato, Durango, Leon, Tuxtla-Gutierrez, and Mexico City
ART – TRAVEL GRANTS
Carpenter Foundation, 1978, 1980, 1983, 1984
Collins Foundation, 1974, 1976, 1995, 1996, 1997
Southern Oregon University, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1992, 1997
Oregon Committee for the Humanities, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1982
Oregon Art Commission, 1980
SPECIAL PROJECTS
2012Medford International Airport, permanent installation, 26 panels ea. 3' x 5' Celebrating Local Farmers and Farmworkers
Cooperative Principals, 2012 International Year of Cooperatives, Artwork by Betty LaDuke, published by Ashland Food Cooperative, Ashland, OR
2008Farmer’s Market Mural Project, sponsored by Piedmont Art Center, Martinsville, Va
7’ x 41’ Public Outdoor Mural to Celebrate Farmers Market
Dreaming Cows Mural Project, Heifer International, Murphy Keller Education Center, Little Rock, AR. Celebrating HI projects promoting community interaction, ending hunger, and developing sustainable environmental conditions around the world. Heifer Village - 24 Plywood Panels, 7’ x 90’
2000UNIFEM, United Nations Women’s Development Fund, Women's International Art Exhibit, Progress of the World’s Women, United Nations, 2000 (painting, Eritrea-Ethiopia, Grandmothers Dreaming Peace), Permanent Collection UNIFEM, New York, N.Y.
1999“African Women Artists: An Interpretation,” by Betty LaDuke for CD-ROM
Afro­paedia, the History and Culture of Black People in Africa and the African Diaspora, edited by Henry Louis Gates and Kwame Anthony Appiah
1998Women Artists of the American West, Internet course produced by Purdue University
“An Artist’s Journey from Oregon to Timbuktu” by Betty LaDuke (essay and 67 paintings) http://www.sla.purdue.edu/WAAW/LaDuke/index.html. See Women Artists of the American West, McFarland and Co., Susan Ressler, 2003
1996“The Amazing Adventures of Coco-Kaba,” Puppet Designs, Tears of Joy Theatre, Portland, OR
1994Disneyland, CA, commission, Three Monkeys based on Zimbabwe sketches for a Lion King Parade float
1993-95Freedom From Hunger, Davis, CA, documentation of women's community projects in Ghana, Burkina Faso, Bolivia, Thailand, and the U.S.A. for Women Against Hunger, A Sketchbook Journey, Africa World Press, 1997
1990New Dimensions, National Public Radio, 1 hour interview with Michael Toms, “Culture and Creativity
RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITIONS – Paintings, DRAWINGS, Etchings, Mural Panels
2015Multicultural Celebrations: Asia, Africa, Latin America; Hanson Howard Gallery, Ashland, OR
2014From Talent to Talent; Talent City Hall, Talent, OR
2013Celebrating Life, Schneider Museum of Art, Southern Oregon University, Ashland, OR
2011An Oregon Love Story, Rogue Gallery and Art Center, Medford, OR
MULTICULTURAL THEMES: INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITIONS 1951–2008
I.Africa: From Eritrea with Love
2007University Museum, University of New Mexico, Las Cruces, NM
2005North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND
2004Appleton Museum, Ocaoa, FL
Turchin Center for Visual Arts, Boone, NC
2003Capitol Children’s Museum, Washington, DC
2002Durango Art Center, Durango, CO
William King Regional Art Center, Abington, VA
2001Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX
Chandler Center for the Arts, Chandler, AZ
2000University of Toledo, Toledo, OH
Hampton University Art Museum, Hampton, VA
The Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, IL
1999Maude Kern Art Center, Eugene, OR
South Seattle Community College, Seattle, WA
Coos Art Museum, Coos Bay, OR
1998In Her Image Gallery, Portland, OR
Pacific University, Forest Grove, OR
II. Eritrea-Ethiopia, Prayers for Peace
2004Appleton Museum, Ocala, Fl
2003Capitol Children’s Museum, Washington, DC
2001Chattanooga State Technical and Community College
Chattanooga African American Museum, TN
Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS
2000Umpqua Community College, Roseburg, OR
Paul Robeson Cultural Center, Penn State Univ., and University Park, PA
Dayton Cultural Center, Dayton, OH
1999Maryknoll Missionary Research Center, Maryknoll, NY
III. Africa: Myth, Magic, and Reality
2008Univ. of Rhode Island, Providence, RI.
2007Bennett College, Greensboro, NC
Long Island Children’s Museum, Garden City, NY
Ohio Northern University, Ada, OH
2006Cedarburg Cultural Center, Cedarburg, WI
2005James E. Lewis Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD
Piedmont Arts Association, Martinsville, VA
2004African American Museum, Cedar Rapids, IA
Laurel Rogers Museum, Laurel, MS
Merced Multicultural Center, Merced, CA
2003Smith Robinson Museum, Jackson, MS
Anniston Museum of Natural History, Anniston, AL
Portsmouth Museum, Portsmouth, VA
Lauren Rogers Museum of Art, Laurel, MS
2001Hudgens Art Center, Duluth, GA
Children’s Art Museum, Duluth, GA
Chattanooga African American Museum, TN
Paul Robeson Culture Center, Penn State Univ. & University Park, PA
2000Discovery Museum, Little Rock, AR
1998Spirits in Stone, Sausalito, CA
1994Green River Community College, Auburn, WA
University Art Galleries, University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD
1991Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR
1990International Oasis Gallery, Savannah, GA
1989Lower Columbia College, Longview, WA
Columbia Basin College, Pasco, WA
Appalachian State University, Boone, NC
In Her Image Gallery, Portland, OR
Hanson Howard Gallery, Ashland, OR
1988Fresno Community College, Fresno, CA
Florida Community College, Jacksonville, FL
The Evergreen State University, Olympia, W
IV. Africa: Between Myth and Reality (sponsored by Exhibit Touring Service, Eastern Washington Univ., Cheney, WA)
2001Indiana University, Kokomo, IN
2000North Idaho College, Coeur d’Alene, ID
Wingate University, Wingate, NC
1999Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS
Ramapo College of New Jersey, Mahwah, NJ
1998Indianapolis Art Center, Indianapolis, IN
Albany Museum of Art, Albany, GA
1997Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY
1996California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA
Everett Community College, Seattle, WA
In Her Image Gallery, Portland, OR
Hanson Howard Gallery, Ashland, OR
1994Hanson Howard Gallery, Ashland, OR
In Her Image Gallery, Portland, OR
Crealde School of Art, Orlando, FL
1993African American Caribbean Cultural Center, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Maier Musem of Art, Lynchburg, VA
In Her Image Gallery, Portland, OR
1992Schneider Art Museum, Ashland, OR
V. Dreaming Cows - Heifer International – Original paintings (donated to Heifer International, 2009)
2009Brauer Art Museum, Valparaiso, IL
2008Children’s Museum of Houston, Houston, TX
2007Emory University, Atlanta, GA
2006Long Island Children’s Museum, Garden City, NY
University of Rhode Island, Providence, RI
2005Grants Pass Art Museum, Grants Pass, OR
Schneider Art Museum, Ashland, OR
2004Bush Barn Art Center, Salem, OR
United Nations, New York, NY
Heifer International Conference, Little Rock, AR
2002Salem Art Association, Salem, OR
VI. Print Impressions: Third World Cultures
2003Waterloo Center for the Arts, Waterloo IA (permanent collection)
1988Fresno Community College, Fresno, CA
Davidson Gallery, Seattle, WA
Florida Community College, Jacksonville, FL
The Evergreen State University, Olympia, WA
Tarko College, Tarko, MO
Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg, MO
1987South Western Oregon Community College, Coos Bay, OR
Portland State University, Portland, OR
Maude Kern Art Center, Eugene, OR
1984Casa Fernando Gordillo, Managua, Nicaragua
1975University of Guanajuato, Mexico
1974Humboldt Gallery, San Francisco, CA
The March Gallery, Chicago, IL
1973Coos Art Museum, OR
1972Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA
1965Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR
VII. Nicaragua: A Sketchbook Journey
1986Women's Center, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA
Mount Hood Community College, Gresham, OR
Frostburg State College, Frostburg, MD
1985Southern Oregon State College, Ashland, OR
University of Nevada, Las Vegas, NV
San Jose State University, San Jose, CA
VIII. China: An Outsider’s Inside View (permanent collection, Coos Art Museum, Coos Bay, OR)
1984Humboldt Cultural Center, Arcata, CA
Fourth World Gallery, Modesto, CA
Eastern Washington State University, Cheney, WA
1983University of Texas, Austin, TX
Women's Caucus for Art, Houston, TX
1980International Monetary Fund, Washington, D.C.
California State University, Hayward, CA
Lucien Labaudt Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Virginia Beach Arts Center, VA
Portland Community College, OR
1979Bechtel International Center, Stanford University, CA
Cheney Cowles Museum, Spokane, WA
1978University of Washington, Pullman, WA
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
Fort Hays State University, Hays, KA
IX. Impressions of Latin America
1983Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA
1982Reed Whipple Culture Center, Las Vegas, NV
Pro Arts, Oakland, CA
Washington State University, Pullman, WA
Spokane Falls Community College, Spokane, WA
1981University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA
Columbia College Art Gallery, Columbia, MO
Mt. Hood Community College, Gresham, OR
Museum of Art, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
X. East-West: A Feminine Mythical View
1978California State University, Fresno, CA
1977Willamette University, Salem, OR
XI. Select Early Exhibits
1964Brand Public Library, Los Angeles, CA
195892nd Street YMHA, New York, N.Y.
Montclair Teachers State College, N.J.
1956Galerie Arte Moderne, Mexico City, Mexico
1954Gallery Nuevas Generacions, Mexico City, Mexico
1951Karamu House, Neighborhood Portraits (first one-person show) Cleveland, OH
EDUCATIONAL EXHIBITS BASED ON LADUKE'S BOOK PUBLICATIONS 1993 – 2002
Africa: Through the Eyes of Women Artists, 1993-2002
Photographs and Collected Art
Sponsor: Exhibit Touring Service, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, WA
*2002 -Permanent Collection, James E. Lewis Museum of Art, Carl Murphy Art Center, Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD
2002James E. Lewis Museum of Art, Morgan State Univ., Baltimore, MD, (permanent collection)
2001Miami-Dade Public Library, Miami, FL
1999Multnomah County Library, Portland, OR
Social Security Administration, Baltimore, MD
University of Toledo, Toledo, OH
1998Missouri Southern State College, Joplin, MO
Indianapolis Art Center, Indianapolis, IN
University of Wisconsin-Greenbay, WI
1997Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA
Shoreline Community College, Seattle, WA
Louisiana State University, Alexandria, LA
1996Everett Community College, Everett, WA
Coconino Center for the Arts, Flagstaff, AR
1995Hofstra Museum, Hempstead, NY
Spokane Community College Library, Spokane, WA
Museum of Art and Archaeology, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO
1994North Carolina State University, RaCentral Washington University, Ellensburg, WAleigh, NC
Lower Columbia College, Longview, WA
The Arts and Science Center, Pine Bluff, AR
1993Bellevue Community College, Bellevue, WA
Portsmouth Museums, Portsmouth, VA
Columbia Basin College, Pasco, WA
Spokane Falls Community College, Spokane, WA
African American Caribbean Cultural Center, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Seattle Central Community College, Seattle, WA
Companeras: Women, Art, and Social Change in Latin America, 1988-1999
Photographs and Collected Art
Sponsor: Exhibit Touring Service, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, WA
*1998 - Permanent Collection, Alma Conference Center, Austin, TX
India: Women Painters of Mithila, 1983-1985
Photographs and Collected Paintings
Sponsor: Visual Art Resources, Museum of Art, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
*1994 - Permanent Collection, Schneider Art Museum, Southern Oregon University, Ashland, OR
Traditional Artists of Borneo and Sulawesi, 1981-1983
Photographs and Collected Traditional Weaving
Sponsor: Visual Art Resources, Museum of Art, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
*2006 - Permanent Collection - University of Northern Iowa Museum, Cedar Falls, IA
MULTICULTURAL CIRCULATING EXHIBITS by Betty LaDuke 2002-2008
Children of the World (I and II) - Photographs,Drawings,Paintings (permanent collection, Southern Oregon University, Hannon Library, Ashland, OR)
2008Long Island Children’s Museum, Garden City, NY
North Dakota State Univ., Fargo, ND
Wilson Art Center, Ada, OH
2007Hjernkomo History Center, Moorhead, MN
2005Durango Art Center, Durango, CO
Open Shutter Gallery, Durango, CO
Wiregrass Museum, Dothan, AL
Center for the Visual Arts, Denton, TX
2004Youth Museum of Southern West Virginia, Beckly, WV
Lexington Public Library, Lexington, KY
Ohio State University, Newark, OH
2003Waterloo Museum of Art, Waterloo, IA (II)
Octagon Center for the Arts, Ames, IA (I & II)
University of N. Iowa Museum, Cedar Falls, IA (I)
2002Rogue Gallery & Art Center, Medford, OR (I & II)
Children’s Museum 2nd Generation, Portland, OR (I & II)
Honor the Earth: Multicultural Journeys - Giclée Prints
2008Hispanic Development Corp., Newark, NJ
Lawrence Public Schools, Lawrence, NY
2006University of Mary, Bismark, ND
North Dakota Art Gallery Assoc., Minot, ND
2005Brannigan Cultural Center, Las Cruces, NM
2004First Presbyterian Church, Portland, OR
Medford Public Library, Medford, OR
2003North Dakota Peace Coalition, Fargo, ND
First Presbyterian Church, Bismarck, ND
Global Health Council, Washington, DC
South Medford High School, Medford, OR
2002Hallie Ford Museum of Art, Salem, OR
Latin American Transitions - Giclée Prints, Drawings ( permanent collection, Southern Oregon University, Hannon Library, Ashland, OR)
2006Hispanic Development Corp., Newark, NJ
2004Bates College, Lewistown, ME
2003Multicultural Center, Johnson & Wales University, Providence, RI
The Children’s Museum at La Habra, La Habra, CA
Surviving War, Dreaming Home - Giclée Prints, Drawings, Paintings
2013Permanent collection, Oregon State University, Special Collections Library, Corvallis, OR
2008Gordon Parks Gallery, Bronx, NY
2007Oxford College, Oxford, GA
2006Hispanic Development Corp., Newark, NJ
Jackson State University, Jackson, MI
College of New Rochelle, Bronx, NY
2005Bates College Chapel, Lewiston, ME
2004Roger Williams University, Providence, RI
Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA
2003Trinity Presbyterian Church, Denton, TX
International Gallery for Heritage and Culture, Providence, RI
2002Bates College, Lewiston, ME
Chiapas, Mexico: Land and Liberty - Giclée Prints, Drawings, and Photographs (permanent collection, Southern Oregon University, Hannon Library, Ashland, OR)
2006Southern Oregon University, Ashland, OR
Harvard Divinity School, Cambridge, MA
Johnson and Wales University, Providence, RI
Hispanic Development Corp., Newark, NJ
2004Roger & Williams University, Bristol, RI
Branigan Cultural Center, Las Cruces, NM
New Community Corporation, Newark, NJ
Crandall Public Library, Glen Falls, NY
Common Grounds Coffee/Tea House, Arlington, VA
Celebrating Women’s Creative Hands and Spirits – Photographs and Collected Art (permanent collection: Folklife Center, Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls, NY, 2011)
2008Southern Oregon University, Ashland, OR
2007Gumtree Museum of Art, Tupelo, MS
Cleveland State University, Columbus, OH
Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
2006Youth Museum of Southern West Virginia, VA
Alverno Women’s College, Milwaukie, WI
2005Chattanooga African American Museum, TN
Dreaming Cows - Heifer International - Giclée Prints
2009Youth Museum of SW Virginia, Beckly, West VA
New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum, Las Cruces, NM
2008College of New Rochelle, New York City, NY
New College Institute, Martinsville, VA
2007St. Marks Cathedral, Seattle W
2007University of Denver, Denver, CO
Staten Island Children’s Museum, Staten Island, NY
Dreaming Cows Mural Project - Giclée Prints, Drawings, and Photographs
2012Exhibit permanent collection, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR
2011Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR
2008Western Oregon University, Monmouth, OR
New College Institute, Martinsville, VA
PUBLISHED ART
Book Covers - Paintings by Betty LaDuke
Crafting Gender: Women and Folk Art in Latin America, ed. Eli Barta, Duke U. Press, 2003
Born to Belonging: Essays on Spirit and Justice, Mab Segrest, Rutgers Univ. Press, 2002
Rediscovering Friendship, Elisabeth Mothmann-Wendel, Fortress Press, 2001
Saga: Best New Writings on Mythology, ed. Jonathan Young, White Cloud Press, 2000
Female Offenders and Community Corrections, From Assessment to Assistance, American Correctional Association, 2000.
Common Era: Best New Writings on Religion, ed. Steven Scholl, White Cloud Press, 1995 & 2000.
Rediscovering Friendship, Elizabeth Moltmann-Wendel, First Fortress Press, 2001
Grace, An Epic Poem, by John Barr, Storyline Press, 1999
Saving Jesus from Those Who Are Right, Carter Heyward, Fortress Press, 1999
Jesus and Those Bodacious Women, Linda Hollies, United Church Press, 1998
Embracing the Spirit, ed. Emilie Townes, Orbis Books, 1997
A Gathering of Mother Tongues, Jacqueline Johnson, White Pine Press, 1997
Understanding Contemporary Africa, eds. Gordon & Gordon, Lynne Rienner Pub., 1996
Women in the Time of AIDS, Gillian Paterson, Orbis Books, 1996
Changing Lives, ed. by Committee on Women's Studies in Asia, Feminist Press, 1995
Daughters of Anowa: Africa, Women and Patriarchy, Mercy Amba Oduyoye, Orbis Books, 1995
Rise Up and Call Her Name, A Woman Honoring Journey into Global Earth Based
Saga: Best New Writings on Mythology, ed. Jonathan Young, White Cloud Press, 1995
Spiritualists, ed. Elizabeth Fischer, Unitarian Universalist Women's Federation, 1995
Poem Rising from the Earth, Jim Grabill, 1994
Clothed with the Sun, Joyce Hollyday, 1994

Journal Covers and Published Paintings by Betty LaDuke – AFRICA THEMES
Whole Life Times, October/November 2013
School Arts, August/September 2008, “Sharing a World Vision” by Janet Payne
World Ark, Heifer International, Little Rock, AR, May - June 2005
Bulletin, Oklahoma County Medical Society, My 2004
Steps Along the Way: Living as Peacmakers in a Violent World, Presbyterian Peacemaking Program, 2003
Fortress Press Catalogue, Fall 2001.
Multicultural Resource Guide, 2001, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
Sojourners, March-April, 2001, Washington, DC
Calyx, Vol. 19, #3, winter 2000/2001, Corvallis, OR
UNIFEM, United Nations Development Fund for Women, annual report, art work.
The A.M.E. Church Review, Nashville, TN, 2000
The Witness, Vol. 74, No. 12, Detroit, MI, Dec. 1991 & June 2000
The Women’s Journal, Portland, OR, 1999
The Other Side, Philadelphia, PA, May-June 1990, May-June 1992, 1996, Nov-Dec 1999
People’s Emergency Center Annual Report, Philadelphia, PA 1999
Research in African Literatures, Indiana University Press, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997
New Dimensions, National Public Radio, San Francisco, CA, 1997
Lilith, Vol. 22, No. 4, Winter 1997-98
We'moon Almanac, Mother Tongue Ink, Estacada, OR, 1994
Talking Leaves, Eugene, OR, Solstice 1993
Reflections, Portland, OR, Fall 1993
CSWS Review, Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, 1993
Lilith, New York, NY, Oct. 1993
Lady Slipper, 1993
Inner Self, Dec. 1992
Network, Union Institute, Cincinnati, OH, summer 1992
Guide to the Arts, Jefferson Public Radio, Ashland, OR, Feb. 1991
Kalliope, Vol. 10, Nos. 1 & 2, 1988
Calyx, Vol. 23 No. 1, 2006

Betty LADUKE’S ART REVIEWED IN THE FOLLOWING BOOKS
Feminists Who Changed America 1963-1975, Barbara J. Love, ed., University of Illinois Press, 2006.
Women Artists of the American West, McFarland & Co., Susan Ressler, 2003
Dictionary of Women Artists, Fitzroy, Dearborn Pub., 1997
From the Realm of the Ancestors: Essays in Honor of Marija Gimbutas, Joan Marler, ed., 1996.
Basic Printmaking, Bernard Toal, Davis Pub., 1995
Women Speak, the Eloquence of Women's Lives, Karen Foss & Sonya Foss, Waveland Press, 1991
The Reflowering of the Goddess, Gloria Feman Orenstein, Pergamon Press, 1990.
Contemporary Graphic Artists, Gale Research Co., Detroit, MI, 1989
Northwest Originals, Oregon Women and Their Art, In Unison Publications, Portland, OR
The Once and Future Goddess: A Symbol for our Time, Elinor Gadon, Harper & Row, 1989

ART REVIEWED OR PUBLISHED IN THE FOLLOWING JOURNALS
Portal, Portland Art Museum Magazine, June—Sept 2015, “Apex, Betty LaDuke”
“1859” March–April 2015, “Eminent Women, 9 Influential Women” by Lee Lewis Husk
Southern Oregon Magazine, Betty LaDuke Celebrating Local Farms and Farmworkers
School Arts, August/September 2008, “Sharing a World Vision” by Janet Payne
World Ark, July/August 2007, Heifer International “Speaking without Words” by Austin Gelder
Ashland Magazine, Fall 2007, “Betty LaDuke’s Gifts to the World” by Jonah Blue
Sojourner's Magazine, March, April 2001, “Through an Artist's Eyes,” Washington, D.C.
The Little Magazine, Nov-Dec 2001, “Eye on Eritrea,” New Delhi, India, by Gloria Orenstein
Art Week, June 2000, “Betty LaDuke: Adversary of Change,” by Frank Cebalaski
The Witness, June 2000, “Probing Global Ricness and Diversity” by Marianne Arbogast
School Arts, February 1999, “The Artist as Ambassador: Betty Laduke.”
Porcupine, literary arts magazine, 1998, “Sketchbook Reality, Betty LaDuke,” by Barb Joose
Women’s Journal, Portland, OR, 1998.
Woman’s Art Journal, winter 1994-95, Knoxville, TN, “Multi-Cultural Celebrations: The Paintings of Betty LaDuke,” reviewed by Barbara Rybert
Surface Design, 1994, “Africa, Bird Women, Keepers of the Peace”
Women's Art Journal, 1994, Knoxville, TN
Feminist Studies, 1994
Magical Blend, 1993, “My Beginnings in Ritual,” by Malidonna Somé
Yoga, 1993, “Africa: Healer”
Hemisphere, United Airlines, 1993, “Artist Showcase, Betty LaDuke”
CWSW Review, 1992, 1995, Center for the Study of Women in Society, “University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, “Betty LaDuke,” by Elizabeth Archers
The Other Side, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1996
Woman of Power, 1989, Cambridge, MA
Calyx, Corvallis, OR, 1989, “Cross Cultural Dreams of Peace,” by Gloria Feman Orenstein
Arts and Activities, San Diego, CA, 1984, “The Sketchbook Habit and My Sketchbook Journeys
to Nicaragua.”
Northwest Originals, Portland, OR, 1989, “Betty LaDuke,” by Jean Fuller Anderson
Primavera, Chicago, IL, 1983
Graduate Woman AAUW, 1979, “Betty LaDuke, Artist,” by Kathie-Jo Arnoff
VISITING ARTIST PROGRAM AND LECTURES: AFRICA & MULTICULTURAL THEMES
2015National Union of Eritrean Women, Oakland, CA
2011Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR
2009Rensselear Newman, Troy, NY
2008Heifer University, Perryville Ranch, AR
2004Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
Roger Williams University, Bristol, RI
Appleton Museum of Art, Ocala, FL
Bates College, Lewiston, Maine
2003Portsmouth Museums, Portsmouth, VA
University of Northern Iowa Museum, Cedar Falls, IA
Waterloo Museum of Art, Waterloo, IA
2002Jean Houston Mystery School, Portland, OR
Hallie Ford Museum of Art, Salem, OR
2001African-American Atelier, Greensboro, NC
Bennet College, Greensboro, NC
Hudgens Art Center, Chidlren’s Museum, Duluth, GA
Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX
San Diego Children’s Museum, San Diego, CA
Chattanooga African American Museum, TN
2000Paul Robeson Cultural Center, Pennsylvania State University
Toledo University, Toledo, OH
Hampton University Art Museum, Hampton, IN
North Idaho College, Coeur d’Alene, ID
Field Museum, Chicago, IL
Discovery Museum, Little Rock, AR
Dayton Culture Center, Dayton, OH
1999South Seattle Community College, Seattle, WA
Ramapo College of New Jersey, Mahway, NJ
Maryknoll Missionary Research and Study Center, Maryknoll, NY
1998Everett Community College, Seattle, WA
University of Wisconsin, Green Bay, WI
Albany Museum of Art, Albany, GA
Pacific University, Forest Grove, OR
Indianapolis Art Center, Indianapolis, IN
1997Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY
Art and Healing, Oregon Art Therapy Association, Portland, OR
The Oregon Humanities Center, Tenth Annual Colin Ruagh Thomas O’Fallon , Memorial Lecture in Art and American Culture, “An Artist’s Journey From the Bronx to Timbuktu,” University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
1996California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA
1994Crealde School of Art, Orlando, FL
1993Maier Museum of Art, Lynchburg, VA
African American Caribbean Cultural Center, Fort Lauderdale, FL
1989Spelman College, Atlanta, GA
American Association of University Women, Ashland, OR
INTERNATIONAL PRESENTATIONS
2004United States Embassy, Quito, Ecuador, art exhibits, lectures, workshops, MULTICUL­TURAL JOURNEYS
2002University of Guanajuato, Mexico, lecture, AN ARTIST’S JOURNEY FROM MEXICO TO AFRICA
Instituto Allende, San Miguel, Mexico, lecture, AN ARTIST’S JOURNEY FROM MEXICO TO AFRICA
United States Embassy, Cultural Affairs, Academic Specialist grant, Eritrea, art exhibit, lectures, workshop, SURVIVING WAR, DREAMING HOME
United States Embassy, Cultural Affairs, Ecuador, art exhibits, lectures, workshops, MULTICULTURAL JOURNEYS
2001Nigeria: Kogi State University, art workshop and lecture, AFRICA: MYTH, MAGIC, AND REALITY
Public Affairs Office of the American Embassy, Asmara, ER, AN ARTIST’S JOURNEY
2000Public Affairs Office of the American Embassy, Dares Salaam, Tanzania, AFRICA, BETWEEN MYTH AND REALITY.
1998United States Information Services (USIS) and Uganda Artists Association, Kampala, Uganda, AFRICA BETWEEN MYTH AND REALITY.
1997Royal African Society, University of London, London, England: ERITREAN ARTISTS IN WAR AND PEACE
1995United States Information Service, Academic Specialist Grant to Eritrea, Africa, 3 weeks.
United States Information Service, ART WORKSHOP AND LECTURES
1987United States Information Agency, Lagos, Nigeria, and University of Ibadan, African Studies Center: AFRICAN AND AFRICAN-AMERICAN WOMEN ARTISTS
Writers and Artists Association, Cairo, Egypt: AFRICAN AND AFRICAN-AMERICAN WOMEN ARTISTS
Paa Yaa Paa Gallery, Nairobe, Kenya: AFRICAN AND AFRICAN-AMERICAN WOMEN ARTISTS
1986United States Information Agency: Arts America, Lagos, Nigeria: WOMEN AND ART
BETTY LaDUKE: ART IN PUBLIC COLLECTIONS (select list)
2014Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR, 8 paintings, 1 box painting
Central Community Concerns, Portland, OR, 2 paintings
St. Mary's Academy, Medford, OR, painting, Eritrea Between Hope and Sorrow
Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, photos and giclée prints
2013Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art,OR, etching
Oregon State Univ. Corvallis, OR, 3 paintings, Special Collections Library
2012Oregon State Univ. Corvallis, OR, 2 paintings, Art About Agriculture
Medford International Airport, Medford OR, 26 3' x 5' panels
Ashland Public Library, painting
Brauer Art Museum, Valparaiso, Ind. 3 paintings
2011Brauer Art Museum, Valparaiso, Ind. 21 etchings
KSC Buddhist Center, Ashland, OR, 1 painting, 1 panel
2010Hannon Library, SOU, Ashland, OR, Children of the World
2009Hallie Ford Museum of Art, Willamette Univ., Salem, OR, 6 paintings
Heifer International, Dreaming Cows Mural Project
Heifer International, Little Rock, AR, Dreaming Cows, 30 paintings
Rensselaer Newman Foundation Chapel and Culture Center, Troy NY
2007-08Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR., 100 prints, 45 drawings.
2005Center for Human Rights and International Justice, Boston College, MA, giclée print
James E. Lewis Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD, painting Nigeria: Burdens Rising, 2001
Smith Robertson Museum, Jackson, MS, painting (diptych) Ghana: Talking Drums, 1992
Hampton University Art Museum, Hampton, VI, prints
Chattanooga African American Museum, Chattanooga, TN, 24 Africa photos and 4 collected art
Rhode Island School of Design, Museum of Art, Providence, RI, print (Papua New Guinea)
2004-05Heifer International, Little Rock, AR, 3 paintings
Waterloo Center for the Arts, Waterloo, IA, print retrospective (50), Catch the Joy As It Flies
2004Bennet College, Greensboro, NC, giclée print, Eritrea-Ethiopia: Grandmothers Dreaming Peace, 11 etchings
Coos Art Museum, Coos Bay, OR, 5 paintings, print, drawings, photos, China: Outsider's Inside View, 1976
United States Embassy, Ecuador, giclée prints, Multicultural Journeys, Honor the Earth
2003-08Hallie Ford Museum of Art, Willamette Univ., Salem, OR, 102 prints (1960-1996), 48 drawings, 2 paintings
Bush Barn Art Center, Salem, OR, painting Oregon: Waiting, 1960s, Kenya: Migration
2003National Museum of African Art, Library, Washington, DC, photos of Eritrean artists
Mexican Fine Arts Center & Museum, Chicago, IL, 25 photos of indigenous Otomie, 1955
2003James E. Lewis Museum of Art, Morgan State Univ., Baltimore, MD, circulating exhibit, Africa through the Eyes of Women Artists, photographs and collected art
2002United States Information Service, Asmara, Eritrea, giclée prints
2001UNIFEM, United Nations Development Fund for Women, NY, ptg. Eritrea-Ethiopia: Grandmothers Dreaming Peace, 2000
Alma Conference Center, Austin, TX, circulating exhibit, Companeras: Women, Art & Social Change in Latin America, photographs and collected art
1996Freedom From Hunger, Davis, CA, painting Burkina Faso: Women Coming Together, 1994
1994Schneider Art Museum, Ashland, OR, painting, The Poet's Family, 1972
1992Rogue Valley Medical Center, Medford, OR, print
1989Fort Hays State University, Hays, KS, print
1986University of Guanajuato, Mexico, print
Haseltine Collection of Northwest Art, U of O, Eugene, OR, print
Memorial Union Gallery, North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND, 2 prints
University of Northern Iowa Museum, Cedar Falls, IA, circulating exhibit, Borneo,Women Weavers, 1980, photos, collected art (weaving)
1974International Print Collection, Portland Art Museum, OR, prints
Salishan Lodge, Oregon, print
Western New Mexico University, Silver City, NM, print
University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, print
Coos Art Museum, Coos Bay, OR, woodblock Pursuit, 1965, ptg Oregon Coast, 1970s
Eastern Oregon College, OR, print
Museum of Art, Eugene, OR, print
Medford City Hall, Medford, OR, painting Family Portrait, 1970; lithos, Impressions of India, 1973
1968Ashland Community Hospital, Ashland, OR, drawing
ART IN PRIVATE COLLECTIONS (select list)
Jorge Juan Crespo de La Serna, Art Critic, Mexico
Victor M. Reyes, Director, Palacio Nacional de Belles Artes, Mexico City, Mexico
Lucas Foss, Composer and Conductor, Philadelphia, PA
Dr. Shifra Goldman, Art Critic, Los Angeles, CA
Gary Afseth, Architect, Ashland, OR
Bruce Guenther, Chief Curator, Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR
Edna Manley, Kingston, Jamaica
Pat Ramsy, Director of Mutual Life Gallery, Kingston, Jamaica
Anthony Radich, Director, Western States Arts Federation, Denver, CO
Jean Fuller Anderson, editor, In Unison
Maribeth Collins, Director, Collins Foundation, Portland, OR
Dunbar Carpenter, Carpenter Foundation, Medford, OR
Bill and Florence Schneider, Schneider Art Museum, Ashland, OR
Michael Fostor, Oregon Art Commission, Salem, OR
Judy Howard, Oregon Art Commission, Ashland, OR
Justine and Michael Toms, New Dimensions, National Public Radio, San Francisco, CA
Karen and David Jesse, Hillsborough, NC
Dan and Joan Thorndike, Ashland, OR
Cynthia Lord, Ashland, OR
Olive and Gary Streit, Ashland, OR
Rabbi David Zaslow, Ashland, OR
Ann Jory, Carmel, CA
Kassahun Checole, Publisher, Africa World Press, Lawrenceville, NJ
Robert and Mary Houdak, Ambassador to Eritrea
Alan Barnett, author, Community Murals, Mill Valley, CA
Faith Gablenick, President, Pacific University, Forest Grove, OR
Buz and Vicki Reed, Cedarburg, WI, publishers, Porcupine Journal
John Barr, President, Poetry Society of America, New York, NY
Collette Christian, Cultural Affairs Office, U.S. Embassy, Quito
Jeff Lesch, American Embassy, The Congo, Africa
Sandra and Robert Hetzel, San Luis Obispo, CA
Peggy Rubin, Ashland, OR
Lee Pelton, President, Willamette University, Salem, OR
John Olbrantz, Director, Hallie Ford Art Museum, Salem, OR
Bonnie Lain Malcolmson, Northwest Curator, Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR
Bruce Guenther, Chief Curator, Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR
JOURNAL ARTICLES, AFRICA, AND THE DIASPORA BY BETTY LADUKE 1986-2003
“The Heart of Liberty,” Sojourner’s Magazine, Sept- Oct, 2003, pp. 34-35
“Through an Artist’s Eyes,” Sojourners, Washington, DC, March-April, 2001, pp. 20-24
“Eritreans Dreaming Home,” Jefferson Monthly, NPR, Aug. 2001, Ashland, OR
“Princess Elizabeth Olowu,” Africa Watch, Dec. 2000, Sacramento, CA, p. 22
“Sifting Grain, Sharing Dreams,” The Little Magazine, Nov-Dec 2000, New Delhi, India.
“Eritrea, A Journey Just Begun,” Africawatch, March/April 2000, p.9
“Eritrea: Women Artist-Fighters,” The Witness, Vol. 78, No. 6, (Detroit, MI), pp. 28-29
“Africa Between Myth and Realty,” Calyx, A Journal of Art and Literature by Woman, Vol. 12, No. 2, (Corvallis, OR), Winter 1989/90, pp. 46-51
“Lois Mailou Jones,” American Women Artists, The 20th Century, Knoxville Museum of Art (Knoxville, TN), 1989, p. 25
“East African Painter Theresa Musoke: Uhuru or Freedom,” Art Education, Vol. 42, No. 6 (Reston, VA), Nov 1989, pp. 16-24
“East African Painter, Theresa Musoke: Uhuru or Freedom,” Sage, A Scholarly Journal on Black Women, Vol. V, No. 1 (Atlanta, GA), Summer 1988, pp. 43-49
“Susan Wenger and Nigeria's Sacred Osun Grove,” Women's Art Journal (Knoxville, TN), Spring/Summer 1989, pp. 17-21
“Egyptian Painter Inji Efflatoun: The Merging of Art, Feminist and Politics,” National Women Studies Journal, Vol. 1, No. 3, 1988-89, pp. 479-485
“Environmental Sculptures by Susan Wenger,” Women of Power (Cambridge, MA), Winter 1989, pp. 54-55
“Lois Mailou Jones: The Grande Dame of African-American Art,” Woman's Art Journal, (Knoxville, TN), Fall 1987/Winter 1988, pp. 28-32
“Nigeria: Princess Elizabeth Olowu, Zero Hour,” Art Education, Vol. 41, No. 6, National Art Education Association (Reston, VA), November 1988, pp. 33-37
“The Grande Dame of Afro-American Art: Lois Mailou Jones,” Sage, A Scholarly Journal on Black Women, Vol. IV, No. 1, Spelman College (Atlanta, GA), Spring 1987, pp. 53-58
“Sue Williamson: The Artist’s Struggle Toward Freedom in South Africa,” The Bulletin of the Caucus on Social Theory and Art Education, #7, National Art Education Assn. (Reston, VA), Spring 1987, pp. 39-48
“Nike Twins Seven Seven: Nigerian Batik Artist,” Sage, A Scholarly Journal on Black Women, Vol. IV, No. 1, Spelman College (Atlanta, GA), Spring 1987, pp. 53-58
“Women Portray Women: African Roots, Cross-Cultural Comparison,” Art Papers, Special Issue on Contemporary Black Artists, Vol. 12, No. 4 (Atlanta, GA), July/August 1988
“Princess Elizabeth Olowu, Nigerian Sculptor,” Kalliope, Florida Community College (Jacksonville, FL), Vol. 10, Nos. 1 & 2, pp. 110-118. Cover: “Africa Night Journey,” painting and six etchings by Betty LaDuke, 1988
“Summer 1983: Women and Art in the 'New Grenada,'” Proceedings of the Pacific Coast Council on Latin American Studies, Vol. 14:1, San Diego State University Press (San Diego, CA), Spring 1987, pp. 101-128
“Women Artists International,” City Lights Review, #1, City Lights Books (San Francisco, CA), 1987, pp. 177-182
“June Beer's Story,” Heresies, A Feminist Publication on Art and Politics, Issue 20, Fall 1986, pp. 54-57
“South Africa: Sue Williamson and the Struggle Against Apartheid,” Art and Artists (Foundation for the Community of Artists, Vol. 15, No. 6, (New York, NY), Nov/Dec 1986, pp. 6-8, 23