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 Lesli Underwood Robertson
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Lesli Underwood Robertson
Lecturer-Studio Arts
 
Email  Lesli.Robertson@unt.edu   
Graduate Faculty Membership Status: Associate Membership-August 31, 2014   
toggle toggle Professional Preparation
 DegreeMajor/Thesis/DissertationInstitutionYear
 Master of Fine ArtsStudio Art/FibersUniversity of North Texas2006
 Bachelor of ArtsLiberal ArtsAuburn University2000
toggle toggle Courses Taught By Semester --- Organized Classes will be uploaded from THECB Data file
SemesterSubjectCourse NumberSectionCourse NameCalculated Semester Credit HoursSyllabus 
Spring 2014ASTU2130501Introduction to Weaving Download Syllabus
Spring 2014ASTU3125501Topics in Fibers Download Syllabus
Spring 2014ASTU4132501Weaving II Download Syllabus
Spring 2014ASTU3131501Weaving I Download Syllabus
Fall 2013ASTU2130501Introduction to Weaving Download Syllabus
Fall 2013ASTU3131501Weaving I Download Syllabus
Fall 2013ASTU3135501Fibers: Alternative Processes Download Syllabus
Fall 2013ASTU4133501Weaving III Download Syllabus
Spring 2013ASTU2130501Fibers: Weaving I Download Syllabus
Spring 2013ASTU3130501Fibers: Weaving II Download Syllabus
Spring 2013ASTU3135501Fibers: Alternative Processes Download Syllabus
Spring 2013ASTU4130502Fibers: Weaving Studio Download Syllabus
Fall 2012ASTU2130501Fibers: Weaving I Download Syllabus
Fall 2012ASTU3130501Fibers: Weaving II Download Syllabus
Fall 2012ASTU3135502Fibers: Alternative Processes Download Syllabus
Fall 2012ASTU4130501Fibers: Weaving Studio Download Syllabus
Spring 2012ASTU2120502Introduction to Fibers Download Syllabus
Spring 2012ASTU2130501Fibers: Weaving I Download Syllabus
Spring 2012ASTU3130501Fibers: Weaving II Download Syllabus
Spring 2012ASTU3135501Fibers: Alternative Processes Download Syllabus
Spring 2012ASTU4130502Fibers: Weaving Studio Download Syllabus
Fall 2011ASTU2130501Fibers: Weaving I Download Syllabus
Fall 2011ASTU3130501Fibers: Weaving II Download Syllabus
Fall 2011ASTU3135502Fibers: Alternative Processes Download Syllabus
Fall 2011ASTU4130502Fibers: Weaving Studio Download Syllabus
Spring 2011ASTU2120501Introduction to Fibers Download Syllabus
Spring 2011ASTU2130501Fibers: Weaving I Download Syllabus
Spring 2011ASTU3130501Fibers: Weaving II Download Syllabus
Spring 2011ASTU3135501Fibers: Alternative Processes Download Syllabus
Spring 2011ASTU4130502Fibers: Weaving Studio Download Syllabus
Spring 2010ASTU2120501Introduction to Fibers54 
Spring 2010ASTU2130501Fibers: Weaving I54 
Spring 2010ASTU3130502Fibers: Weaving II18 
Spring 2010ASTU3135501Fibers: Alternative Processes54 
Spring 2010ASTU4130502Fibers: Weaving Studio36 
Fall 2009ASTU2130501Fibers: Weaving I48 
Fall 2009ASTU3130502Fibers: Weaving II27 
Fall 2009ASTU3135502Fibers: Alternative Processes51 
Fall 2009ASTU4130502Fibers: Weaving Studio24 
toggle toggle Research and Expertise
Community Engagement
 
I  work to involve the community with my studio work, project work in Uganda, and initiatives through the UNT Fibers Program. Projects not listed on this forum can be found at www.leslirobertson.com under the Community and Collaboration navigation bar.

Sustainable textiles
 

Through continued collaboration with the UNT Office of Sustainability and various projects relating to product design and development I have begun to research aspects of sustainability as it relates to textiles. Listed are several initiatives I am involved in: 

Faculty advisor for the Natural Dye Garden project funded by the UNT We Mean Green Fund. See http://sustainable.unt.edu/node/228 for additional information.

Initiated student project called Shred to Sell which upcycles UNT teeshirts into new products which will be sold back to the UNT community in their new form. See http://fibersnorthtexas.tumblr.com and http://handeyemagazine.com/content/shred-sell for more information.


Ugandan Cultural Arts
 
www.leslirobertson.com
Since 2005, I have been involved in the study of the cultural arts, crafts and contemporary art in Uganda. My primary focus has been to research the contemporary application of Ugandan bark cloth while developing projects, exhibitions, and community  outreach both in Texas and Uganda focused on promoting the awarness and preservation of these arts.

UNT Research Cluster, Renewable Bioproducts
 
natural and polymer fiber weaving and knitting

toggle toggle Appointments
Duration (YYYY - YYYY or Present)RankDepartment / SchoolCollege / OfficeUniversity / Company
2011-PresentSenior LecturerCollege of Visual Arts and Design University of North Texas, Denton, TX
2009-2011LecturerCollege of Visual Arts and Design University of North Texas, Denton, TX
2008-2011CuratorMaterial Evolution: Ugandan Bark Cloth University of North Texas Art Gallery, Denton, TX
2009-2010Visiting Artist  Dallas Museum of Art Center for Creative Connections
2005Instructorthe Rafiki Girls Center (secondary/vocational school), Uganda, Africa  
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Duration (YYYY - YYYY)Percentage TeachingPercentage ResearchPercentage Service
2010-2011702010
toggle toggle Publications
  Type  Publications per page   1  2 3 4 5 
  YearPublication  Type
2013
Published
John Westmark: Patterns of Power
 
Surface Design Association
Refereed(Peer reviewed) Journals
2012
Published
Barkcloth in Uganda
Dr. Celia Nyamweru and Dr. Catherine Gombe
LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Saarbrücken, Germany
Book chapters
2012
Published

Olubugo Reloaded: The Push Towards a New Awareness


 
Start Journal of Arts and Culture in East Africa
Non Refereed(Non-peer reviewed)Journals
2011
Published
“Food for thought: Recent Work by Fred Mutebi”
Lesli Robertson
Start Journal of Arts and Culture, online journal
Non Refereed(Non-peer reviewed)Journals
2011
Published
  Ignite the Power of Art: Advancing Visitor Engagement in Museum Experiences. “Community Voice: Art, Museum, and Community, Lesli Robertson.”
Bonnie Pitman and Ellen Hirzy
Dallas Museum of Art and Yale University Press: New Haven and London
Book chapters
toggle toggle Exhibitions
YearTitleRolePlaceType
2013Trace Prescott College Art Gallery at Sam Hill Warehouse, Prescott, AZSolo exhibition
2013NY Art Search 2013 ISE Cultural Foundation, New York, NYJuried
2013Object Object! A Selection of Smaller Work Helmuth Projects, San Diego, CAInvitational
2012Constructed Realities K Space Galley, Corpus Christi, TXTwo person
2012Stratum Fort Worth Community Arts Center, Fort Worth, TXSolo exhibition
2012The Summer Show St. Tammany Art Association, Covington, LAJuried
2011Defining Green Russ Pitman ParkGroup Exhibitions
2010Woven Records Dallas Museum of Art, Center for Creative ConnectionsSolo Exhibition/ Community Partner Response
2009Piece Together 500X GalleryTwo person exhibition
2009Inte- 500X GalleryTwo person exhibition
2009New Texas Talent Craighead Green Gallery, Dallas, TXGroup Exhibitions
2009Arrowmont Faculty Exhibition Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, TNGroup Exhibitions
2009National Fiber Directions Exhibition 2009 Wichita Center for the ArtsGroup Exhibitions
2008Necessity Of Pegasus Gallery, Dallas, TXSolo Exhibition
2008Under New Management 500X Gallery, Dallas, TXGroup Exhibitions
2008Your Favorite Artist Was a Member;30 years at 500X 500X Gallery, Dallas, TXGroup Exhibitions
2007Morning Sundae 500X Gallery, Dallas, TXGroup Exhibitions
2007College of Visual Arts and Design Faculty and Staff Show University of North Texas Art Gallery, Denton, TexasGroup Exhibitions
2007Summer Breeze Makes Me Feel Fine Good Good Things, Dallas, TXGroup Exhibitions
2006Abiding Delicacy Cora Stafford Gallery, Denton, TXMFA thesis exhibition,Solo Exhibition
2006Annual Faculty Exhibition University of North Texas Art Gallery, Denton, Texas,Curator: Rebecca GinningsGroup Exhibitions
2006Member Exhibition , 500X Gallery, Dallas, TXGroup Exhibitions
2005The White Show Murchison Performing Arts Center, Denton, TX,Curator: Kristen Butler, MAP (Murchison Art Partnership)Group Exhibitions
2005Out of Site outside installation in the Denton areaGroup Exhibitions
2005Fiber Expressions East Gallery, Greater Denton Arts CouncilGroup Exhibitions
2005Innovations Leedy-Voulkos Art Center: The Opie Gallery, Kansas City, MissouriGroup Exhibitions
2005Leaving the Wall Pigeon Stone Project, Sozo Gallery, Dallas, TXGroup Exhibitions
2005Crossing2 500X Gallery, Dallas, TXGroup Exhibitions
2005Expo 2005 500X Gallery, Dallas, TX,Juror: Beth TaylorGroup Exhibitions
2005Dallas Handweavers and Spinners Guild Exhibition Irving Arts Association, Irving, TXGroup Exhibitions
2004Timed Union Gallery, Denton, TXGroup Exhibitions
2004Alternative Thinking Union Gallery, Denton, TXGroup Exhibitions
2004Dallas Handweavers and Spinners Guild Dallas Public Library, Dallas, TXGroup Exhibitions
2002Outside the Lines 2 Bath House Cultural Center, Dallas, TXGroup Exhibitions
2002Member Exhibition Dallas Visual Arts Center, Dallas, TXGroup Exhibitions
toggle toggle Major Work in Collections
YearName of WorkPlace Held
 Susser Holdings CorporationCorpus Christi, TX
 Union GalleryUniversity of North Texas
 Gary and Helen GardnerDallas, TX
 The Haberkorn Collection of Small WorksFerndale, Washington
 Private collectionsTexas and Alabama
toggle toggle Lectures/Symposia
YearTitleRoleOrganization
2012Collaborations in ArtPoster Session PresenterBio Environmental Polymer Society Conference, UNT
2012Ugandan Bark ClothPoster Session PresenterAfrica Symposium, UNT
2012Let Art Talk: Engaging Communities through Art EducationPresenterHawaii University Conference on the Arts and Humanities, Honolulu, HI
2011Material EvolutionVisiting Artist LecturesEastfield College, Literary and Arts Festival, Mesquite, Texas
2011Material Evolution: Ugandan Bark ClothPaper presentationat “The Life of the Object:An Experimental Workshop and Conference on Production, Consumption, and Creative Reuse in American Culture”
2008Current Work and ResearchVisiting Artist LecturesEastfield College, Mesquite, TX
2008Bark Cloth Making in UgandaVisiting Artist LecturesDallas Handweaver’s Guild, Dallas, TX
2008Material Context: the relevance of art within African cultureVisiting Artist LecturesDallas Museum of Art, Gallery Talk
2008Renewing Material and the HandmadeVisiting Artist LecturesUniversity of North Texas, Denton, TX
2008Bark Cloth in Uganda; an ancient craft in modern timesVisiting Artist Lectures11th Annual Textile Society of America Symposium, Honolulu, Hawaii
2008A Contemporary Approach to Bark ClothVisiting Artist LecturesDallas Area Fiber Artists, Dallas, TX
2007Ugandan Cultural ArtsVisiting Artist LecturesDenton Handweaver’s Guild, Denton, TX
2007Bark Cloth Making in UgandaVisiting Artist LecturesGreater Denton Arts Council, Denton, TX
2007Bark Cloth Making in UgandaVisiting Artist LecturesNorth Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC
2006Interchange, UgandaVisiting Artist Lectures500X Gallery, Dallas, TX
2006Bridging CulturesVisiting Artist LecturesCommencement Speaker, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas College of Business Administration, the School of Merchandising and Hospitality Management, and the School of Visual Arts
2005UgandaVisiting Artist LecturesUniversity of North Texas, Denton, Texas
2005New ObservationsVisiting Artist Lectures, Fort Worth Weaving Guild, Fort Worth, TX
2004Weaving as ConceptVisiting Artist LecturesDallas Handweavers and Spinners Guild, Dallas, TX
toggle toggle Presentations and Projects
  Presentations/Projects per page   1  2 
Start DateEnd DatePresentation/Project
2013 2013 Weaving the Future

Weaving The Future (a project with MAP2013, www.makeartwithpurpose.net)

Lesli Robertson, Ruth West, and Amie Adelman

November 7th 2013, Perot Museum of Nature and Science

  

At the intersection of art and technology, Weaving the Future combines the materials of textile fibers with innovative social platforms tied to community participation. Art and science faculty from the University of North Texas (UNT) will collaborate with visitors to the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in hands-on, interactive workshops that will also exist, in real time, across social media. Using thread, the UNT team and workshop collaborators will create a community artwork that will emphasize the applicability of the handmade to technology.

2011 2013 Let Art Talk
Ongoing collaboration with Fred Mutebi, founder of Ugandan based Let Art Talk, and a team of volunteers to develop projects that support arts education in the US and Uganda.
2011 2011 Visiting Artist, K Space Contemporary
Through a Coastal Bend Community Foundation Grant, I worked with community members from the Corpus Christi area to create a community response project. The finished artwork will be permanently installed at the Antonio E. Garcia Arts and Education Center, March 2012. 
2010 2011 Curator, Material Evolution: Ugandan Bark Cloth
Curated exhibition highlighting comtemporary approaches in art and design using Ugandan bark cloth. This exhibition was originally shown at the UNT Art Gallery, March 1-26, 2011. It is currently on the schedule to tour nationwide with the Mid-America Arts Alliance program, ExhibitsUSA, April 2014 through August 2017.
2010 2011 Renewing Material: Nurturing Environment

Institute for the Advancement of the Arts, Faculty Fellow, University of North Texas

Worked in collaboration with Fred Mutebi of Let Art Talk to create art based programs in Kibinge, Uganda title Renewing Material: Nurturing Environment  in November of 2010.

Participating Ugandan artists: Ivan Yakuze, Sara Nakisanze, Dr. Venny Nakazibwe

Projects:

·         Traveling Exhibition of contemporary artworks using bark cloth  - to Kasota and Buyoga areas in the Masaka District of Uganda

·         Art Workshops for 10 area schools, exploring art based media to address issues related to environmental preservation

·         Talking Mural Exchange between Rasor Elementary in Plano Texas and 10 area schools in Kasota and Buyoga

toggle toggle External Funding
 Performance Period (YYYY - YYYY or Present)TitleSponsorFundingRoleStatus
2010-2011Faculty FellowshipInstitute for the Advancement of the Arts$10,000 + faculty leaveOtherActive
2008The Arch and Anne Giles Kimbrough FundDallas Museum of Art$3,300OtherActive
2006Personal Development Grant,Bridging UgandaSurface Design Association$1,100OtherActive
toggle toggle Intramural Funding
 Performance Period (YYYY - YYYY or Present)TitleSponsorFundingRoleStatus
2010-2010Material Evolution: Ugandan Bark ClothFine Arts Series, UNT10,000OtherActive
2008Renewing Material and the Handmade: the Story of Ugandan Bark ClothFine Arts Series, UNT$15,000OtherActive
2008Gallery and Visiting Artists CommitteeCollege of Visual Arts and Design, University of North Texas, Denton, TX$2,000OtherActive
2006Grant from the School of Visual Arts Dean and Studio Division ChairUniversity of North Texas$600OtherActive
2005Graduate Student Travel GrantToulouse School of Graduate Studies,University of North Texas$600OtherActive
toggle toggle Memberships
Duration (YYYY - YYYY or Present)OrganizationPositionClassification
 Surface Design Association  
 Handweavers Guild of America  
 Textile Society of America  
toggle toggle Honors and Recognitions
YearTitleHonoring Organization
2008New Professional ScholarshipTextile Society of America
2007Group Study Exchange Team, AlternateRotary Club, Dallas, TX
2005Best of Show and Art-Concept,Denton Handweavers Guild awardsFiber Expressions, East Gallery, Greater Denton Arts Council
2005Honorable Mention,TappedEnvironmental Science Building, Denton, TX
2005Fiber Artists of Dallas Cash AwardAnnual Voertman Student Exhibition, SOVA Galley, Denton, TX
2005Fiber Arts ScholarshipBarbara L. Kuhlman Foundation
2004-20052004-2005 Coronado Builders ScholarshipUniversity of North Texas, School of Visual Arts
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Curator, Renewing Material and the Handmade: the Story of Ugandan Bark Cloth

Collaborated with the University of North Texas Art Gallery on international project promoting Ugandan bark cloth. Participants include: Uganda Museum, Let Art Talk, independent Ugandan artists, faculty from Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda and St Lawrence University, Canton New York
•Received a $15,000  Fine Arts Series Grant from UNT

•Received a $2000 College of Visual Arts and Design Gallery and Visiting Artists and Scholar grant.

•Brought in Ugandan artists and scholars, Fred Mutebi and Dr. Venny Nakazibwe to present their work at UNT and surrounding communities.

2008/9 activities included:

��Printmaking Workshop, College of Visual Arts and Design, UNT, September 30 - October 10, 2008. Fred Mutebi worked with students from the Fibers and Printmaking department during a two week intensive workshop to develop an edition of prints on paper and bark cloth.

�    Let Art Talk: A Global Art Workshop for Families, October 2008, Art workshops held in DFW area elementary schools and the South Dallas Community Center (7 schools/center, over 700 participants). Fred Mutebi worked with schools to create a mural that was completed in Uganda by primary school students in conjunction with the Community Tree Planting in March 2009.

�    Lecture by Dr. Venny Nakazibwe, October 2, 2008, “Design, Health, Community,” College of Visual Arts and Design Building - Presentation to students from the College of Visual Arts and Design and Women’s Studies department

�� Panel Discussion , October 5, 2008, College of Visual Arts and Design, UNT

Panel Discussion on the use of bark cloth in contemporary art.” Fred Mutebi, Venny Nakazibwe, and Lesli Robertson.

�� Mural Exchange and Tree Planting in Masaka, Uganda, March 2009. Over 200 people from the local community participated in the creation of a bark cloth mural for the mural exchange project. Uganda Television aired a 25 minute segment on the event.  Footage of the US mural was shown during the program. The bark cloth mural was packaged and shipped back to the US for the April events

�    Mural Exchange, April 21, 2009, eARTh Day Event at EESAT

�    The Uganda Museum and UNESCO held and exhibition on Ugandan bark cloth at the Uganda Museum in Kampala, August 4, 2009.  The US mural created with Fred Mutebi was displayed as a part of this exhibition; participants were able to contribute their vocabulary to it. 

��Printmaking Workshop, College of Visual Arts and Design, UNT, September 30 - October 10, 2008. Fred Mutebi worked with students from the Fibers and Printmaking department during a two week intensive workshop to develop an edition of prints on paper and bark cloth.

�    Let Art Talk: A Global Art Workshop for Families, October 2008, Art workshops held in DFW area elementary schools and the South Dallas Community Center (7 schools/center, over 700 participants). Fred Mutebi worked with schools to create a mural that was completed in Uganda by primary school students in conjunction with the Community Tree Planting in March 2009.

�    Lecture by Dr. Venny Nakazibwe, October 2, 2008, “Design, Health, Community,” College of Visual Arts and Design Building - Presentation to students from the College of Visual Arts and Design and Women’s Studies department

�� Panel Discussion , October 5, 2008, College of Visual Arts and Design, UNT

Panel Discussion on the use of bark cloth in contemporary art.” Fred Mutebi, Venny Nakazibwe, and Lesli Robertson.

�� Mural Exchange and Tree Planting in Masaka, Uganda, March 2009. Over 200 people from the local community participated in the creation of a bark cloth mural for the mural exchange project. Uganda Television aired a 25 minute segment on the event.  Footage of the US mural was shown during the program. The bark cloth mural was packaged and shipped back to the US for the April events

�    Mural Exchange, April 21, 2009, eARTh Day Event at EESAT

�    The Uganda Museum and UNESCO held and exhibition on Ugandan bark cloth at the Uganda Museum in Kampala, August 4, 2009.  The US mural created with Fred Mutebi was displayed as a part of this exhibition; participants were able to contribute their vocabulary to it. 


Instructor, the Rafiki Girls Center (secondary/vocational school), Uganda, Africa

Courses: Weaving
•Developed weaving curriculum and taught new techniques incorporating local arts, for Rafiki Girls Center, a for girls
•Researched weaving products, techniques, and locations of national weavers and weaving schools in Kampala, Uganda and surrounding areas


Intern, Fiber Circle Publishing, Plano, TX
Designed and produced garments for international machine knitting machine magazine
•Produced patterns to be published in Machine Knitters Source Magazine

Professional Workshops/Conferences Attended

2009 Inspired Design: Jacquard and Entrepreneurial Textiles, Hendersonville, North Carolina
2008 Textile Society of America Symposium, Honolulu, Hawaii
     Saganishiki workshop led by Mihoko Karaki, Dallas, TX
2007 Saganishiki workshop led by Mihoko Karaki, Dallas, TX
2005 Surface Design Association Conference, Kansas City, Missouri
2004 Shibori workshop with Ana Lisa Hedstrom, volunteer, Denton, TX
2003 Texas Regional Surface Design Conference, volunteer, Denton, TX
2000 College Art Association annual meeting, usher and projectionist, New York, NY


Research in Uganda, Africa 2007 June 2 - June 30
•Researched mat making with Kyambogo University professor Kimani Muturi •Coordinated with the chief conservator of the Uganda Museum, Rose Mwanja, on current and future mat making research and the development of a permanent exhibit at the museum •Met with and interviewed contemporary artists using bark: Joan Kekimuri, Junko Hood, Josef Musoke, Frederick Musaazi, Sarah Nakisanze •Met with US Embassy cultural affairs officers, Lisa Heilbronn, Paul Stevenson and Dorothy Ngalombi on opportunities to exhibit my art work as well as develop exhibition focusing on Ugandan bark cloth

Research in Uganda, Africa,/2008 July 26 - August 21
•Interviewed artists, designers, and scholars for Renewing Material and the Handmade project. oSanaa Gateja, independent artist oRose Mwanja from the Uganda Museum oRene Malcorps, founder of Art Nature Design, Netherlands oJoseph Matovu and Mary Balongo from Bark Cloth Europe, Uganda and Germany oSara Katebalirwe, independent designer oSarah Nakisanze, independent designer and lecturer at Makerere University oDr. Venny Nakazibwe, deputy dean, Margaret Trowell School of Industrial and Fine Art, Makerere, University oBetty and Ninah Kinene, Uganda Crafts 2000 Ltd •Worked with Fred Mutebi of Let Art Talk to develop “Talking Mural” exchange •Filmed the process of making bark cloth, Kalisizo, Uganda, in cooperation with local bark cloth co-op

Research in Uganda/2006 May 24- June 16
•Conducted field research on traditional Ugandan crafts: bark cloth, Kiganda basketry, and Nubian basketry •Coordinated with Ninah and Betty Kinene from fair trade organization, Uganda Crafts 2000 Ltd, to assist in product development •Worked with Annete Nanono, weaver trainer with the Rafiki Foundation, on product development and weaving training at secondary girls school •Commissioned baskets to be made for personal art work, artisans include: Nakanwagi Mary, Namatovu Saniah, and Namutebi Margret •Rafiki Foundation

Research in Uganda2005 July 9 - August 8
•Developed weaving curriculum and taught new techniques incorporating local arts, for Rafiki Girls Center, a secondary/vocational school for girls •Researched weaving products, techniques, and locations of national weavers and weaving schools in Kampala, Uganda and surrounding areas

Technical Abilities

•AVL compu-dobby loom
•Designing for Jacquard using Photoshop (in cooperation with Belgen Mills, NC)
•Silver Reed knitting machine
•Weave Point software
•Evolution RIP software for digital printing
•Design A Knit software for computerized machine knitting


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