ROBERT H. PRICE, Ph.D.
    P.O. Box 9138
    Santa Fe, NM 87504-9138
    (505)466-7673 pricetesc@earthlink.net

EDUCATION:
The Union Institute, Cincinnati, OH
  Ph.D., Art and Performance, November 1996
St. John's College, Santa Fe, NM
  MA, Liberal Arts, Fall 1992
University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX
  BA, Summa Cum Laude, Art and Performance, Fall 1990

TEACHING:
St. Francis Cathedral School, Santa Fe, NM 2001-present
  Faculty and Network Administrator, teaching Music, Liturgy, Technology
DeVargas Middle School, Santa Fe, NM 2000-2001
  Faculty, teaching Band and Media Technology
Thomas Edison State College, Trenton, NJ 1998-present
  Faculty Consultant, co-designing MA in Professional Studies program
Virtual Online University, 1997-present
  Adjunct Professor, teaching Art and Humanities courses online
College of Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM 1995-present
  Adjunct Professor, teaching clarinet and Improvisation Workshop
The Union Institute, Cincinnati, OH, 1993-1999
  Peer Member on two Ph.D. committees
Santa Fe Waldorf School, Santa Fe, NM 1996-2000
  Music Coordinator, teaching woodwinds and choral classes
Armand Hammer United World College, 1997-1998
  Music Teacher, teaching ensemble and lessons on wind intruments
Santa Fe Community College, 1997
  Adjunct Professor, teaching Communications/Public Speaking
Desert Academy, Santa Fe, NM 1996-1997
  Music Teacher, teaching Music Ensemble and Chorus
Santa Fe Indian School, Santa Fe, NM, 1992-1996
  Substitute Teacher/Internship, led special projects for Native Americans
Intermountain Youth Center, Santa Fe, NM 1993-1995
  Artist, created art workshops for court-ordered Native American youths
Collin County Community College, Plano, TX, 1991-92
  Adjunct Professor, taught Introduction to Humanities
Arts for People, Dallas, TX, 1988-90
  Artist, created art workshops for the elderly and the mentally disabled
University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX, 1984-87
  Artist-in-Residence, taught Music Ensemble and Music of the Whole Earth
Bath House Cultural Center, City of Dallas, TX, 1984
  Composer-in-Residence, created workshops for children, adults and disabled
Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX, 1983-85
  Artist-in-Residence, performed outreach activities with BL Lacerta
Dallas Arts Magnet High School, Dallas, TX, 1980-84
  Musician-in-Residence, performed and taught Comprehensive Musicianship

ADMINISTRATIVE:
Present Time Dream Factory, Santa Fe, NM, 1992-present
  Executive Director
EXTPOC Data International, Inc., Dallas, TX, 1991-1996
  President and CEO
BL Lacerta New Music Quartet, Dallas, TX, 1976-92
  Executive Director
Dallas Artists' Research and Exhibition, Dallas, TX, 1990
  Member of Artist Adivisory Committee
University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX 1984-87
  Member of Arts Advisory and Humanities Forum Committees
Texas Commission on the Arts, Austin, TX 1984
  Member of Artist in Education Committee

GRANTS AND AWARDS:
Santa Fe Community Foundation; Cultural Affairs Division, City of Dallas; Texas Commission on the Arts; C. Michael Paul Foundation; Atlantic Richfield Foundation; Mobil; IBM; Rockwell International; National Endowment for the Arts; Dallas Community Chest Trust Fund; Chamber Music America; Partners in Education

PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS:
Mosaic Dance Company and Darabuka Music Ensemble, 2001-present
Birdman Tour, 1999-present
College of Santa Fe Sculpture Project, 1996-present
Shakespeare in Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM, 2002
Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra, Santa Fe, NM, 1998-00
Oshkosh Novena, Dallas, TX, 1994
Oshkosh Novena, Big Lake Alice Wildlife Refuge, Nebraska, 1994
Santa Fe Novena Project, part of College of Santa Fe Sculpture Project, 1994
DanceAbility Project, New Mexico School for the Deaf, Santa Fe, 1993
BL Lacerta, Founding Member, performed internationally, 1976-92
Love Poems, Art Space, 1991
Dancing Tongue, Club Dada, 1987-91
Dagnim Theoretical Big Band, Club Dada, 1987-89
Present Time Dream Factory, The Green Studio, 1988-89
Mockingbirds in Dreamland, Alternative Museum, New York, NY, 1987
A Novena for Quetzalcoatl, Bath House Cultural Center, 1987
Third Coast New Music Festival, 1985
Drupada Music Festival, Vraja Kala Gurukula, Vrindavan, India, 1985
New Music America Festival, Houston, Texas, 1985
Bindu Sarovara Indian Ensemble, Sahib, 1983-84
Halloween Concert, Carnegie Recital Hall, 1983
International Computer Music Festival, UNT, 1978

COMPOSED/PERFORMED MUSIC/SOUND FOR THE FOLLOWING PLAYS:
Act Without Words II / End Game, Addison Center Theatre, 1991
True Beauties, Addison Center Theatre, 1989
Widows, Hip Pocket Theatre, 1989
The Tempest, Shakespeare in the Park, 1989
Oresteia, Caravan of Dreams, 1988

SOUND/SCULPTURE INSTALLATIONS:
Sound Istallation in vans at College of Santa Fe Sculpture Project
Oshkosh Novena, Lake Minitare Wild Life Refuge, 1994
Narcissus in Hell, Club Dada and UTD, 1990
Arkoma Basin Piece, Eufala, OK and UTD 1990

VIDEOS:
The Airplane Book
Birdman Interview
Birdman for President
Arkoma Basin
Nosferatu

PUBLISHED WORKS:
Discourse on Art and Morality; Discourse on Faith and Reason, Graduate Curriculum. Course Author and
    Administrator, Thomas Edison State College, Trenton , NJ, 1999
The Practice Record and Analysis of the Birdman
Jerry Hunt, "Visual AIDS: A Day Without Art", Art Papers, 1990
BL Lacerta, Irida Records, 1982

ALSO WORKED WITH THE FOLLOWING ARTISTS:
John Cage, Pauline Oliveros, Phillip Glass, Deborah Hay, Joseph Celli, William O. Smith, Robert Dunn, Max Lehner, Stuart Dempster, Ellen Fullman...