Faculty Biography | Lynda McIntyre
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Lynda Reeves McIntyre was trained as a painter and educator at the University of Massachusetts, Hunter College and Yale University. She holds a Doctorate in Aesthetics. She weaves her training in painting, dance, Buddhist study and aesthetics into her teaching. McIntyre had her first major show in New York at 21. She has since received numerous awards including those from the NEA, the MacDowell Foundation, the JFK Center, the ICCE, the VCCA and the Getty Foundation. She has been awarded art and education fellowships abroad to Australia, the former Soviet Union, China, Vietnam, Bhutan and Italy where she teaches painting in the summers. Her work is shown throughout the U.S, Europe and the Pacific Rim. McIntyre is a Studio Art Professor and has held positions as both the Director of UVM Art Education Program and the Chairman of the University of Vermont Department of Art and Art History.