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Curriculum Vitae
Terri L Lindbloom
December 23, 2014

General Information
University address: Department of Art
College of Visual Arts, Theatre and Dance
220 Fine Arts Building
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-1150

E-mail address: tlindbloom@fsu.edu, tlindbloom@yahoo.com


Web site: terrilindbloom.com

Professional Preparation
1989 M.F.A., University Of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Major: Art.
1987 M.A., University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Major: Art.
1985 B.F.A., University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. Major: Art.

Professional Experience
2014–present Sculpture Area Head, Art Department, Florida State University. Area Head Sculpture.
2009–present Professor, Department of Art, Florida State University.
2004–present Program Director, International Exchange Program, Department of Art, Florida State University. Initiated and established the first exchange program for art students and faculty from Florida State University, College of Visual Arts, Theatre and Dance, Department of Art with members of the Art Department at the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Valencia, Spain. Since that first initiation, there are now other departments who have established exchange programs with the Universidad Politécnica. Our first exchange student from Valencia came to FSU in 2005 and successfully completed the course requirements for Universidad Politécnica's BFA degree.
2012 M.F.A. Director, Department of Art, Florida State University.
2006–2012 Sculpture Area Head, Department of Art, Florida State University.
1995–2009 Associate Professor, Sculpture, Department of Art, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.
2007–2008 Associate Chair, Department of Art, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.
1998–1999 B.F.A. Director, Department of Art, Florida State University. Organize and administer BFA entrance, as well as the mandatory and advancement yearly reviews. Organize BFA exhibition at the Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts. Supervise BFA studios, and organize and administer health and safety protocol.
1989–1995 Assistant Professor, Sculpture, Department of Art, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.

Honors, Awards, and Prizes
FSU Summer Research Grant, Committee on Faculty Research Support (COFRS) (2012). ($14,000).

The Center for Leadership and Civic Education (2010). ($1,000).

Artist's Enhancement Grant, Florida Division of Cultural Affairs, Tallahassee, Florida (2008). ($1,000).

OTA (One Time Award), Florida State University, Office of Research (2008). ($3,000).

Arts and Humanities Program Enhancement Grant (AHPEG), Florida State University, Office of Research (2007). ($15,000).

Summer Research Grant (COFRS), Florida State University, Office of Research (2005).

One Time Award (OTA), Florida State University, Office of Research (2004).

One-semester sabbatical, Florida State University (2004).

Award, Florida State University, Center for Teaching and Learning, Council for Innovative Instruction (2003).

Award, Florida State University, Center for Teaching and Learning, Council for Innovative Instruction (2002).

Award, Florida State University, Center for Teaching and Learning, Council for Innovative Instruction (2001).

Honorable Mention, Florida Department of State (2001).

Summer Research Grant (COFRS), Florida State University, Office of Research (2000).

Award, 2nd place, All Florida Sculpture Exhibition (1999).

Research Grant, Florida State University, Office of Research (1997).

New Forms Florida Grant, National Endowment for the Arts, Andy Warhol Foundation and Rockefeller Foundation (1994).

Foundation Grant, Florida State University, Office of Research (1992).

Fulbright Research Grant, United States Department of State (1991).

First Year Faculty Grant, Florida State University (1990).

Fellowship(s)
Virginia Center For Creative Arts, Amherst, Virginia (2014).

Anderson Ranch Art Center, Colorado (2013).

Virginia Center for Creative Arts, Amherst, Virginia (2009).

Virginia Center for Creative Arts, Amherst, Virginia (2007).

Virginia Center for Creative Arts, Amherst, Virgina (2004).

Atlantic Center for the Arts, New Smyrna Beach, Florida (1997).

Atlantic Center for the Arts, New Smyrna Beach, Florida (1991).

Current Membership in Professional Organizations
New Media Caucus

Teaching
Courses Taught
Experimental Drawing (ART3380C)

Installation (ART4928C)

BFA Thesis Project and Exhibition (ART4970)

MFA All Media Critique (ART5927C)

Drawing Foundations (ART1300C)

MFA: Installation (ART5927C)

Drawing II (ART2301C)

Photography for Non-Art Majors (PGY2100C)

Special Topics in Art (ART3930)

Directed Individual Study (ART5907)

Graduate Workshop (ART5927-C)

Graduate Workshop (ART5927C)

Honors Work (ART4981)

Experimental Drawing (ART3380-C)

Graduate Workshop (ART5928-C)

Graduate Workshop (ART5928C)

Directed Individual Study (ART4905)

Sculpture I (ART2701-C)

Sculpture I (ART2701C)

Advanced Workshop (ART4928-C)

Advanced Workshop (ART4928C)

Photography for Non-Art Majors (PGY2100)

Photography for Non-Art Majors (PGY2100-C)

Survey of Studio Art Practices (ART2003)

Survey of Studio Art Practices (ART2003-C)

Survey of Studio Art Practices (ART2003C)

Advanced Workshop (ART4928)

Experimental Drawing (ART3380)

Graduate Workshop (ART5928)

Advanced Workshop (ART4929)

Advanced Workshop (ART4929-C)

Advanced Workshop (ART4929C)

Media Workshop: Sculpture (ART4922)

Media Workshop: Sculpture (ART4922-C)

Media Workshop: Sculpture (ART4922C)

Graduate Workshop (ART5927)

Media Workshop: Painting (ART4921)

Media Workshop: Painting (ART4921-C)

Media Workshop: Painting (ART4921C)

Drawing I (ART1300)

Drawing I (ART1300-C)

Drawing I (ART1300C)

Drawing II (ART2301)

Drawing II (ART2301-C)

Basic Two-Dimensional Design (ART1201)

Basic Two-Dimensional Design (ART1201-C)

Basic Two-Dimensional Design (ART1201C)

Three-Dimensional Design (ART2203)

Three-Dimensional Design (ART2203-C)

Three-Dimensional Design (ART2203C)

Photography for Non-Art Majors (ART2010)

Photography for Non-Art Majors (ART2010-C)

Photography for Non-Art Majors (ART2010C)

Sculpture I (ART2701)



New Course Development
Graduate Workshop: Experimental Drawing (2013)

Graduate Workshop: Installation Art (2010)

Art in Action: Art for Social, Cultural and Environmental Change (2004)

Advanced Workshop: Public Installations (2002)

Media Workshop: Experimental Drawing (2002)

Graduate Workshop: Documentation (2000)

Advanced Workshop: Performance+Video+Installation (1993)

Master's Committee Chair
Watkins, B., graduate. (2016).

Courtney Thayer, graduate. (2014).

Haire, H. M., graduate. (2012).

Dauphin, S. G., graduate. (2011).

McLeish, D. J., graduate. (2009).

Larkin, T. S., graduate. (2009).

Ganey, E., graduate. (2008).

Methews-Lauren, K., graduate. (2008).

Brothers, J., graduate. (2005).

Simmons, A., graduate. (2005).

White, J., graduate. (2005).

Zolin, S., graduate. (2005).

Hill, I., graduate. (2004).

Litch, K., graduate. (2004).

Wischer, W., graduate. (1997).

Kazanas, L., graduate. (1996).



Master's Committee Member
Bumper, J., graduate. (2016).

Hester, M., graduate. (2016).

Browning, J., graduate. (2015).

Hart, T., graduate. (2015).

Lauw, H., graduate. (2015).

Bettridge, M. D., graduate. (2012).

Comellas, J. C., graduate. (2012).

Dearing, T. F., graduate. (2012).

Hall, D. R., graduate. (2012).

Hunt, J. R., graduate. (2012).

Poindexter, C. E., graduate. (2012).

Macon, S. V., graduate. (2011).

Shaw, C., graduate. (2010).

Smith, A. M., graduate. (2010).

Wegmann, B. C., graduate. (2010).

Gordon, J. M., graduate. (2009).

Guyot, J., graduate. (2008).

Sullivan, M., graduate. (2008).

Rankin, M., graduate. (2007).

Gleason, J., graduate. (2006).

Downing, J., graduate. (2005).

Myers, B., graduate. (1996).

Pittman, K., graduate. (1996).

Roberts, D., graduate. (1996).



Bachelor's Committee Chair
Stephen Blake Fuller, graduate. (2012). [BFA chair and Honors Student chair]

Jill Ashley, graduate. (2011).

Tatianna Rousseau, graduate. (2011).

Mandy Yourik, graduate. (2010). [Major Professor for her last semester and exhibition]

Betsy Dale, graduate. (2009). [Major Professor and Chair of Honors Thesis]

Rachel Rossin, graduate. (2009). [Major Professor for BFA and Chair of Honors Thesis]

Bickhaus, A., graduate. (2008).

Devoe, A., graduate. (2007).

Godwin, K., graduate. (2007).

Tubbs, C., graduate. (2007).

Willman, M., graduate. (2007).

Yaden, J., graduate. (2007).

Bowers, A., graduate. (2006).

Garcia, P., graduate. (2004).

Ivey, A., graduate. (2004).

Oh, J., graduate. (2004).

Pichon, T., graduate. (2004).

Richter, A., graduate. (2004).

Barbour, K., graduate. (2002).

Beatty, A., graduate. (2002).



International Teaching
Lindbloom, T. L. (2013). Summer Session in London.
Lindbloom, T. L. (1999–2011). FSU International Study Abroad summer session 1999-2011. International Study Abroad.

Research and Original Creative Work
Publications
Nonrefereed Books
Lindbloom, T. L. (2003). Numero Uno: OM. Valencia, Spain.
Lindbloom, T. L. (1993). Je Suis l'espace ou Je Suis. Salient Seedling Press, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Presentations
Invited Papers at Conferences
Lindbloom, T. L. (presented 2012). "NOBODY WILL HURT YOU". Paper presented at ISEA - International Society of Electronic Arts, September, ISEA, Albuquerque, New Mexico. (International)
Lindbloom, T. L. (presented 2009). "Installations and Drawings". Paper presented at Annual Conference, SECAC, Mobile, Alabama. (National)
Lindbloom, T. L. (presented 2008). "Nobody Will Hurt You: Drawing and Installations.". Paper presented at Annual Conference, College Art Association, Dallas, Texas. (National)
Lindbloom, T. L. (presented 2007). "Installation Art". Paper presented at "Gestation and Metamorphoses", Maggie Allesse National Center for Choreography (MANCC), Florida State University. (Local)
Lindbloom, T. L. (presented 1998). "Installation Art: Morocco". Paper presented at Visiting Lecture Series, Miami Art Museum, Miami, Florida. (National)
Lindbloom, T. L. (presented 1992, July). "The Mashrabiyya within Moroccan Koranic Schools - A Site-Specific Installation". Paper presented at 12th Annual Conference of North African Studies, The Magreb Review. (International)

Invited Papers at Symposia
Lindbloom, T. L. (presented 2007). "Installation Art". In Research Symposium. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Maggie Allesse National Center for Choreography (MANCC), Florida State University. (National)

Invited Presentations at Conferences
Lindbloom, T. L. (accepted). NOBODY WILL HURT YOU. Presentation to be given at ISEA, International Society of Electronic Art, Albuquerque, New Mexco. (International)

Original Creative Works
Image Published in a Journal, Magazine, or Newsletter
Lindbloom, T. L. (2009). Heart, Cave [Photograph]. New American Painting, 15 Years, 140-141.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2009). NOBODY WILL SAVE YOU, NOBODY WILL LOVE YOU, sat next to the windwo thinking about the fox.. [Photograph]. New American Painting, 82, 108-111.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2007, July). Felt Space (mixed media installation), Sacred Space (drawing), and Felt Space (drawing). New American Paintings, 70, 114-117.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2006). Boleteria and Vitrina en la Plaza del Sol, Madrid, Spain [Photographs]. Apalachee Review, 56.
Lindbloom, T. L. (1998). Crossing Boundaries [Photographic Installation]. Apalachee Review.

Exhibitions
Invited Exhibitions
Lindbloom, T. (contract). 2.0 [Installation]. 621 Gallery, Florida: 621 Gallery.
Lindbloom, T. L. (contract). 3.0 site specific installation [Solo Show]. Anne Cooper Space, Albuquerque, New Mexico: Anne Cooper.
Lindbloom, T. L. (contract). Ahillas Exhibition - "Ego". Drawing [Group show]. Ahillas Cultural Center, Ahillas, Spain: Ahillas Cultural Center.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2012, November–March). Out of the Closet: Clothing. Innocent [National Group Exhibition]. Tallahassee, FL: Mary Brogan Museum of Art and Science.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2011, September). Return to Sender - a mail art exhibition. Tampa, Florida: Tempus Projects.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2011, August–September). One Night Stand [Group Exhibition]. San Francisco, CA: Andrea Schwartz Gallery.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2011, May). Bold Adventures. Tiger Tale. SOMEBODY. Miami, Florida: Miami Dade County Auditorium.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2011, April). Project Art-Reach. Tallahassee, Florida: Capital City Youth Services.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2011, April). Precious Bodies. NOBODY WILL HURT YOU, NOBODY WILL SAVE YOU. Tallahassee, FL: FSU Medical Building.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2010, January–February). Broken Promises [Two person show]. Atlantic Center for the Arts Harris House Gallery.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2009, May–June). Somebody/Nobody. Ahillas, Spain: Ahillas Cultural Center.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2008). Real time Exhibition. Dallas, Texas: Dallas Contemporary.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2007). Top Soil. Miami, Florida: The Yard at Casa Lin.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2007). Contemporary Capitol. Jacksonville, Florida: The Beaver Contemporary Art Center.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2007). Dreams & Possibilities. Whitney Museum of American Art at Altria, an alternative gallery site for the Whitney Museum in New York.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2006–2007). Compasio'n-Kind Words [Solo International Exhibition]. Valencia, Spain: Partially funded by a Florida State University COFRS summer research grant. Permission granted by Valencia's Ministry of Cultural Affairs.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2006). Trespassing. "Nobody Will Hurt You"; "Nobody Will Save You," "Nobody," [Group Exhibition]. The Yard at Casa Lin. Miami, Florida, Art Basel Miami Beach.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2005). Terrible Things [Three person exhibition: Paul Rutkovsky, Kirsten Simonsen and Terri Lindbloom]. Tallahassee, Florida: 621 Gallery.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2004). Soft Space. Valencia, Spain.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2004). Avoiding Fear [Group Exhibition]. Amherst, Virgina: Virginia Center for Creative Arts.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2003). war is not the answer…(do something to turn this around) [National Solo Exhibition]. Polk, Florida: Polk Community College.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2003). Numero Uno: OM [Two Person Exhibition with Tom Anderson, Professor in the Department of Art Education, Florida State]. Tallahassee, Florida: 621 Gallery.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2002). Space|Place [Solo International Exhibition]. Campus of the Universidad de Politecnica. Digital Photographs of rural Spain and urban New York. Val: Galileo Galilei Gallery.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2002). Stop the Train [Group exhibition with Paco Sainz, Lynda Haldane and Sylvie Joachin. International]. La Yesa Cultural Center.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2001). Virtual Blessing [Solo International Exhibition]. Site-specific Installation and Performance. Video of Buddhist Monks chanting, Macintosh laptop computer, stool. Performance documented with photographs and a video within a small rural village.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2001). White 2 [Group Exhibition]. University Art Gallery, Pensecola, Florida: University of West Florida.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2000). Idiosyncrasies [Group Exhibition]. Schmidt Center Gallery, Boca Raton, Florida: Florida Atlantic University.
Lindbloom, T. L. (1999). Jean Bordeaux Florida Sculpture Exhibition. 621 Gallery, Tallahassee, Florida: Sponsored by the Cultural Resources Commission, Tallahassee, Florida.
Lindbloom, T. L. (1998). Shaping Space [Group Exhibition]. Dunedin, Florida: Dunedin Fine Art Center.
Lindbloom, T. L. (1998). Place: Representation [Group Exhibition]. School of Architecture Gallery, Tallahassee, Florida: Florida A & M University, School of Architecture.
Lindbloom, T. L. (1997). Out of Bounds: New Work by Eight Southeast Artists [Group Exhibition]. Houston, Texas: Huntington Museum of Art.
Lindbloom, T. L. (1996). …it asks to be lived in simply [National Solo Exhibition]. Chicago, Illinois: ARC Gallery.
Lindbloom, T. L. (1996). Crossing Boundaries: Frenchtown [National Solo Exhibition]. Tallahassee, FL: City Hall.
Lindbloom, T. L. (1996). Out of Bounds: New Work by Eight Southeast Artists [Group Exhibition]. Atlanta, Georgia: Nexus Contemporary Art Center.
Lindbloom, T. L. (1995). Crossing Boundaries: Frenchtown [National Solo Exhibition]. Tallahassee, Florida.
Lindbloom, T. L. (1994). Illusion/Allusion - Contemporary Sculpture Exhibition [National Invitational]. Museum of Fine Arts. Florida State University.
Lindbloom, T. L. (1994). Building Form: Architectural References in Sculpture [Group Exhibition]. Daytona Beach, Florida: Museum of Arts and Sciences.
Lindbloom, T. L. (1994). Southern Women [Group Exhibition]. Tallahassee, Florida: Lemoyne Art Foundation.
Lindbloom, T. L. (1994). The Art of Horsin' Around. New Smyrna Beach, Florida: Atlantic Center for the Arts Gallery.
Lindbloom, T. L. (1993). Je suis l'espace ou je suis [National Solo Exhibition]. Albuquerque, New Mexico: Kathleen Shields Contemporary Art Projects.
Lindbloom, T. L. (1993). Work from the Margin [Group Exhibition]. School of Architecture Gallery, Tallahassee, Florida: Florida A& M University, School of Architecture.
Lindbloom, T. L. (1992). Hidden|Revealed [Solo International Exhibition]. Site-specific installation in a 14th century Koranic school in Sale, Morocco. Mixed media installation consisted of wooden fabricated forms, glass, marble with etched Arabic letters and sheep's wool.

Juried Exhibitions
Lindbloom, T. (2014). Installation Biennial: Out of the Box [Installation]. Florida: Appleton Museum.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2012, July–August). Fiber Options: Material Explorations [Group Exhibition]. Circle Gallery, Annapolis, MD: Maryland Federation of Art.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2012, June). MAGNITUDE 7 (small works) MANIFEST [Group Exhibit]. Cincinnati, OH: Creative Research Gallery and Drawing Center.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2011, April). ABSTRACT. Mountain [Group Exhibition]. Miami, Florida: Edge Zones.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2011). The Small Works Show. "Firefly" and "Mountain" [Group Exhibition]. Brooklyn, New York: 440 Gallery.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2011). Witness to Creativity [Installation Art]. Florida Museum for Women Artists, Florida: Untitled Installation.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2011). Return to Sender - a mail art exhibition [Invited]. Tempus Projects, Tampa, Florida: Tempus Projects.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2010, June–August). Appleton Biennial 2010: Florida Installation Art [Group Exhibition]. Appleton Museum of Art.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2010). The Small Works Show. Love Part 2 [Group Exhibition]. Brooklyn, NY: 440 Gallery.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2009). Running on Empty [Group Exhibition]. Athens, Georgia: ATHICA: Athens Institute for Contemporary Art, Inc. 1-31-3-22.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2008). UP: An exhibition of hovering, folding, inflating or wheeling sculpture [Group Exhibition]. Grand Rapids, Michigan: UICA - Urban Institute for Contemporary Art.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2008). Small Works Show 2008 [Group Exhibition]. Brooklyn, New York: 440 Gallery.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2008). Southeastern Juried Exhibition [Group Exhibition]. Mobile, Alabama: Mobile Museum of Art.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2008). National Juried Competition [Group Exhibition]. Loveladies, New Jersey: Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences (LBIF).
Lindbloom, T. L. (2008). Digital Art in the Post-Digital Age [Group Exhibition]. Dorothy Jenkins Gallery, Orlando, Florida: Polk Museum of Art.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2008). Valdosta National 2008 [Group Exhibition]. Valdosta State University Art Gallery, Valdosta, Georgia: Valdosta State University.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2007). National Juried Works of Art on Paper [Group Exhibition]. Loveladies, New Jersey: Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2007). 1st Loyola National Works on Paper [Group Exhibition]. Crown Center Gallery, Chicago, Illinois: Loyola University of Chicago.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2007). Addressing Iraq [Group Exhibition]. Miami, Florida: The Reitz Gallery.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2007). S.O.S. Homeless Shelter Show [Group Exhibition]. Salem, Oregon: Mary Lou Zeek Gallery.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2006). MMAS [Group Exhibition]. Ritz Carlton Hotel. Miami Beach, Florida: Sponsored by Florida International University.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2006). Where Football is King [Florida State University Faculty Exhibition]. Art Basel Miami Beach.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2006). Southeastern Exhibition 2006 [Group Exhibition]. Mobile, Alabama: Mobile Museum of Art.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2005). 18th Annual 2005 September Competition [Group Exhibition]. Alexandria, Louisiana: Alexandria Museum of Art.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2005). Art Today [Group Exhibition]. Lietuva (Lithuania): Galerija Menos Parks.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2005). Postcards [Group Exhibition]. Art Basel Miami Beach, Ritz Carlton Hotel, Miami Beach: Sponsored by Florida International University.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2005). War Series (Peekaboo) [Faculty Exhibition]. Museum of Fine Arts, Tallahassee, Florida: Florida State University.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2005). Ahillas [Faculty Exhibition]. Museum of Fine Arts, Tallahassee, Florida: Florida State University.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2004). War Series [Faculty Exhibition]. Museum of Fine Arts, Florida State University. Tallahassee, Florida.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2003). Dad…586 A.D.-2002 [Faculty Exhibition]. Museum of Fine Arts, Florida State University. Tallahassee, Florida.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2002). Virtual Blessing [Faculty Exhibition]. Museum of Fine Arts, Florida State University. Tallahassee, Florida.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2001). Border to Border 8 [Larsen Drawing Biennial National Competition]. Trahern Gallery, Clarksville, Tennessee: Austin Peavy State University.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2000). Works on Paper. Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Louisiana State University.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2000). White. 1 [Faculty Exhibition]. Mixed Media Installation: Museum of Fine Arts, Florida State University. Tallahassee, Florida.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2000). 34th Annual Drawing and Small Sculpture Show [National Juried Exhibition]. Fine Arts Center, Corpus Christi, Texas: Del Mar College.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2000). What is Drawing Now? [National Juried Exhibition]. Weber State University. Ogden, Utah.

Contracts and Grants
Contracts and Grants Funded
Lindbloom, T. (2012–2012). Intelligent Interfaces: Exploring new technologies within multi-media installations. Funded by FSU COFRS. Total award $13,000.
Lindbloom, Terri L (PI). (Jul 2008–Dec 2008). SGP_Compassion: A Multi-Media Installation. Funded by FSU CRC. Total award $3,000.
Lindbloom, Terri L (PI). (May 2005–Aug 2005). COFRS_Creating New Work for an Art Exhibition at the Universidad de Polytechnica & the Biennial de Valencia 2005, Valencia Spain. Funded by FSU CRC. Total award $8,000.
Lindbloom, Terri L (PI). (Dec 2003–Nov 2004). OTA -Publishing the Photographic Book. Funded by FSU CRC. Total award $3,000.

Reviews of My Research and Original Creative Work by Other Authors
Reviews Appearing in Magazines or Newsletters
Tschida, A. (2006, December). "The Yard at Casa Lin - Outdoor Exhibit.". Bpd. Blueprint Directory. The Art Issue: Basel and Beyond, Vol. 2, no. 4, p. 28.
Marshall, C. (1997, February). The Austin . "Out of Bounds: New Works by Eight South East Artists.". Chronicle, Vol. 16, No. 24.
Knowles, S. (1996). "Out of Bounds-New work by Eight South East Artists". ARTPAPERS, 20-21.
Herbert, R. (1993). "Je Suis L'espace ou Je Suis". THE Magazine, 10-11.
Mauney, J. (1993). "AXIOM". ARTPAPERS, 24-25.
Mauney, J. (1991). "Dispossessed Installations". ARTPAPERS, 25-26.
Unknown. (1991). "Faculty Women and Judy Chicago". ARTPAPERS, 10-12.
Shields, K. (1989, June). "Banish". ARTSPACE, Vo. 13, No. 2.
Peterson, W. (1986). "Albuquerque Letter.". ARTSPACE, Vol. 10, no. 4.

Reviews Appearing on a Web Site
Anne Tschida. (2011). The Abstract in the Here and Now. Knight Arts.
Calvijo, R. (2010). The Appleton Museum Biennial of Installation Art/A Conversation with Ruth Grim. Artpulsemagazine.com.
Schlenker, D. (2010). Florida installation makes huge presence at Appleton. Gainesville.com.
Unknown. (2009). "Running on Empty". undo.net.
Voeller, M. (2008). "Digital Comes of Age at Polk Museum of Art". Creative Loafing.
Unknown. (2008). UP: An exhibtion of hovering, folding, inflating or wheeling sculpture. ISC International Sculpture Center.
Live, W. (2007). "Praxis Studio Dreams and Possibilities". Culturebot.
Shabaka, O. (2006). "In Close Proximity Rubell Family Collection". MAEX Miamiartexchange.com.
Tchida, A. (2006). "Community in the Art". Category 305.
Brett Littman. (2006). "Trespassing: Casa Lin". P.S.I Radio.
Edwin Ryan Bailey. (2003). "Polk Community College Exhibit Goes Beyond Visual to Stimulate Deeper Thought". The Ledger.
Unknown. (2003). "Florida Art Professors' Work on Display at Polk Community College". The Ledger.
Skip Sheffield. (2000). "Florida Atlantic University presents Florida Artists. Boca Raton News.
Unknown. (2000). "Idiosyncrasies and Figurings". West Boca.
Irvine, M. (1997). "Testing the Bounds. Austin American Statesman.
Marshall, C. (1997). "Out of Bounds: New Works by Eight South East Artists". Chronicle.
Byrd, C. (1996). "Setting Boundaries". Creative Loafing Network.
Byrd, C. (1996). "Setting Boundaries". Creative Loafing Network.
Check, S. (1996). "Huntington to Open 1997 Exhibiton = Cutting Edge Show by South East Artists". Archer M. Huntington Art Gallery.
Fox, C. (1996). "Artists are Using Electronic Media to Create Works in a Genre that Expands the Definition of Art". The Atlanta Journal Constitution.
Fox, C. (1996). "In the Case, Newest Isn't Best". Atlanta Journal Constitution.
Hinson, M. (1995). "Tallahassee Artist is bound for the Atlanta Olympics". Tallahassee Democrat.

Additional Research or Original Creative Work Not Reported Elsewhere
Huang, Y. (2010). Collaboration is key in Brooklyn art collective 440 Gallery.
Lindbloom, T. L. (2010). 440 Gallery Presents: The Sixth Annual Small Works Show.
Littman, B. (2006). "Trespassing: Casa Lin". P.S. 1 Miami. Miami, Florida. P.S.1 Radio.
Lindbloom, T. L. (1996). "Huntington to Open 1997 Exhibition…"Cutting Edge" Show by South East Artists". Archer M. Huntington Art Gallery. Austin, Texas.

Service
Florida State University
FSU University Service
Member, Student Fulbright Committee (2006–present).
Committee Member, Senate (2010–2011).
Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee (2006–2008).
Member, Sabbatical Committee (2006–2008).
Member, Committee on Faculty Research and Support (COFRS) (2006–2007).
Member, Bess Ward Scholarship Committee (2003).
Committee Member, Senate (1996–1998).
Committee Member, Senate (1994–1995).

FSU College Service
Member, Sabbatical Committee (2007–2008).
Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee (2006–2008).
Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee (1995).
Member, Museum of Fine Arts Steering Committee (1991–1992).

FSU Department Service
Member, Art Basel M.F.A. Committee (2011–present).
Member, Faculty Development Committee (2011–present).
Member, Faculty Resource Committee (2011–present).
Member, Executive Committee (2010–present).
Chair, Ed Love Sculpture Garden (2000–present).
Member, Innovation Outreach Committee (2012).
Chair, M.F.A. Committee (2012).
Director, M.F.A. Program (2012).
Area Head, Sculpture (2006–2012).
Member, Non Tenure Track Search Committee, Foundations/3D Area (2011).
Member, Ad Hoc Committee (2010).
Member, Department Chair Search Committee (2010).
Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee (2010).
Member, Resource Committee (2010).
Member, Drawing committee (2006–2010).
Associate Chair, Department of Art (2007–2008).
Chairperson, Advisory Committee to the Chair (2006–2007).
Chairperson, Visiting Artist Committee (1991–1999).
Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee (1996).
Member, BFA Committee (1994–1995).
Member, Advisory Committee (1993–1995).
Chair, Art Students League (1993–1994).
Member, MFA committee (1993–1994).
Member, Search Committee (1993–1994).

The Profession
Exhibitions Curated
"Running Around the Pool". Museum of Fine Arts, College of Visual Arts, Theatre and Dance, Florida State University (2007).
"Dispossessed Installations". Museum of Fine Arts, College of Visual Arts, Theatre and Dance, Florida State University (1992).


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