Donna Page holds an M.F.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her prior publications include Artists and Patrons in Traditional African Cultures: African Art from the Gary Schulze Collection (2005); Nigerian Art from the Collection of Judith and Leonard Kahan (1997); African Art from the Collection of Dr. Michael Berger (1997); and Two, Three, Four: Multiples in African Art (1987). With Leonard Kahan, she is a co-author of the forthcoming Surfaces: Color, Substance and Ritual Applications on African Sculpture. She taught studio art at Queensborough Community College / CUNY (1987-1999), Drew University (1988-1995), and Illinois Wesleyan University (1971-1979) where she also served as Interim Director of the Department of Art. Ms. Page is currently engaged in the conservation of African art, and in research for future publications.
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