Featured in ARTWEARPublished in African Arts/UCLA

Norma Haas Rosen was born in Hackensack, NJ, and lived in Teaneck, NJ, through High School graduation.  She graduated from Alfred University, SUNY College of Ceramics with a BFA.  She went onto Temple University, Tyler School of Art where she earned an MFA.  As an artist educator, she has lived in NYC, Philadelphia, upstate NY, small midwestern cities, San Diego and Benin City, Nigeria, while teaching at various Universities.  Her internships, residencies, art workshops and travels have taken her to Deer Island, Maine; Penland, N.C.; Helena, Montana; Toronto, Canada;  Wolverhampton, England; and Oaxaca, Mexico.   Her work has been widely exhibited throughout the US and Canada in solo and group exhibitions and is in Collections at the Carpenter-Traver Foundation and The Royal Ontario Museum.  Rosen’s photography has been published by The Center for African Art, NYC; The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Abrams, NYC; Benchmark Books/Marshall Cavendish, NYC; African Arts/UCLA; and YTA Publications, Brooklyn, NY.   Ms. Rosen became a CTE, California Teaching Credential holder in 2008 including the designated subject areas of: Information Technology, Fashion and Interior Design, Education, Child Development, and Family Services, Arts, Media, and Entertainment, Marketing, Sales, and Service.   After completing training with the Superior Courts of Los Angeles County in 2011, Ms. Rosen became an Appointee of the LASC(Los Angeles Superior Court)-ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) Mediation Civil Harassment Panel-Pro-Bono.   Currently Ms. Rosen serves in several county superior courts as a Civil Litigated Case Mediator.  She also is a member of the Studio Garden Team while serving as an Artist In Residence at the Watts Towers Art Center. Titles: Mother, Daughter, Sister, Ex-wife, Artist, Designer, Sales Representative, Author, Researcher, Dancer, Collector, Tortoise and Animal Caretaker, Gardener, Traditional Healer, IFASOTE, Priestess of the River of Mirror OHEN EZE N’UGHEGBE, NECHAMA RACHEL BAT YEHUDIT.


1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Meredith Wenzel
    Sep 10, 2015 @ 02:59:05

    It has been a long time. Do you remember your Dance teeth prints. In 1994 I finally married a dentist. Sounds as though life is good and busy. 40 years art keeps you young. Meredith


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