CV (see links to the left for selected shows)
2000 M.F.A., University of Oklahoma
Art History, Medieval Art, Dr. Susan Caldwell (3 hours)
Studio Projects, Professor Julie Green (14 hours)
Studio Projects, Professor Sebastian Mendes (6 hours)
Studio Projects, Professor Charles Woodman (6 hours)
Studio Projects, Professor Deborah Brackenbury (9 hours)
Studio Projects, Visiting Professor Joe Andoe (3 hours)
Studio Projects, Professor Jack Jordan (2 hours)
Graduate Seminar, Dr. Andrew Phelan (4 hours)
Art History, Art Since 1950, Dr. Susan Caldwell (3 hours)
Advanced Experimental Interdisciplinary Projects, Professor Sebastian Mendes (3 hours)
Graduate Exhibition, Dr. Andrew Phelan, (4 hours)
Seminar on Contemporary Artists, Professor Edgar Heap of Birds, (3 hours)
1996 B.F.A., Texas Tech University
2020- present Instructor, South Plains College. Levelland, TX. Dual Credit Art Appreciation.
2019- present Classroom Teacher, Tahoka High School. Tahoka, TX. Art I-IV, Graphic Design, Chess, Dual Credit Art Appreciation.
2018-2019 Outreach Coordinator, Texas Tech Chess Program. Texas Tech University. Lubbock TX.
2015 -present Instructor, Wayland Baptist University. Plainview, TX. Introduction to Fine Arts, Art History Survey I & II, Modern Art History.
2009- present Instructor, University of Idaho Independent Study Program. Moscow, ID. Introduction to Fine Arts. Course development and instruction.
2008-present Lecturer, Washington State University. Pullman, WA. Courses: FA 101, Introduction to Art.
2007-2019 Instructor, Lewis-Clark State College, Lewiston, ID. Courses: Art 100 (Introduction to Fine Arts) & Art 100 Online
2012- 2016 Instructor, Paine College, CAPS program, Augusta Georgia. Introduction to Fine Arts.
2007 Instructor, Oswego Arts Association, Oswego, NY. Courses: Egg Tempera, Introduction to Drawing, Advanced Drawing and Preschool/kindergarten art.
2007 Instructor, Rome Art Association, Rome, NY. Courses: Introductory Drawing.
2005-06 Instructor, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, Oklahoma. Courses: Drawing I & II
2004 Instructor, Norman Firehouse Art Center, Norman, Oklahoma. Courses: Children’s Art, Experimental Drawing for Adults
2000- 2004 Lecturer, University of Oklahoma, Writing Center, Norman, Oklahoma
Fall 2000 Instructor, University of Oklahoma, School of Art, Norman, Oklahoma Courses: Foundations Drawing
Summer 2000 Instructor, University of Oklahoma, School of Art, Norman, Oklahoma Courses: Painting I & III
1998-00 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Administer of Letters, University of Oklahoma, School of Art, Norman, Oklahoma. Courses: Foundations Drawing, Drawing I, II and III, Painting I-IV
Fall 2000 Foundations Committee, University of Oklahoma, School of Art, Norman, Oklahoma.
2007 “Birds of Prey”; Quest Scholarly and Creative Symposium, State University of New York Oswego
2012 “Netty”: a picture book about a knitted toy elephant for ages 0-6. Written and illustrated by D. Worth Doty. Currently under review Penguin/Dial Books for Young Readers, 345 HUDSON STREET • NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10014-3657.
2009 Bauer, J. (2009, February 6). Faceless in Their Fear. Lewiston Tribune, pp. 1E-4E.
2008 Current artwork featured. Mosaic Art and Literary Journal: University of California, Riverside.
Honors, Scholarships and Academic Societies
2015 Honorable Mention, Illuminance Photography Juried Show, Buddy Holly Center, Lubbock TX. June 26- August 15
2014 Atomic STEaM Photography Juried Show, Smithsonian National Museum of Nuclear Science and Technology, Albuquerque, New Mexico. November 8, 2014, through January 4, 2015. Honorable Mention, cash award
2010 Blog Award http://hp-ink-cartridges.org/blog_awards, www.dworthdoty.blogspot.com, featured blog.
1999 University of Oklahoma Graduate School Grant, tuition, framing of work and exhibition
1998 Robert H. Monroe Memorial Scholarship, University of Oklahoma. (Scholarship which endowed tuition for my sixty hours of coursework required for my MFA).
1997 Lubbock Magazine Vol. 3 Num. 9, Poetic Works Accepted
1996 Lubbock Magazine Gallery, invitation to read current poetry
1995 Editor & Art Coordinator, The Harbinger, an annual literary journal published by Sigma Tau Delta and the Texas Tech English Department.
1994 Texas Tech University Annual Student Art Show, Honorary Mention
1993 Sigma Tau Delta: English Honors Society
2019 Texas Teaching Certification, Art EC-12.
2021 Google Certified Instructor, Level I
2007 Intensive training for Blackboard Learning System: Includes course design, teaching and managing online courses.
2016- 2020 Volunteer chess team sponsor. Roscoe Wilson Elementary School. Lubbock Tx.
2012- graphic design services, Dunbar College Preparatory School, Chess Team/ Communities in Schools. Lubbock TX
2010- Volunteer, Dunbar Middle School Chess Team, Lubbock, TX.
2010 Advocacy for Deaf and Hearing-Impaired Training, A.G. Bell
2009 Lands’ End Warm Woolies Feel Good campaign, charity knitting program.
2007-08 Warm Woolies charity knitting program.
2007-08 Graphic Design Services, Saint Stanislaus Tri Parish School, Lewiston, ID.
1992-4 Mentor. Guadeloupe Neighborhood Center, Lubbock, Texas.
1992-5 Spirit of Sharing, Lubbock, Texas (a collection of community service projects including Angel Tree program and bicycles for kids drive.)
2002- I am an advocate for the deaf and hard of hearing. I research current and recent papers, laws, events, social topics and medical research pertaining to the deaf and hard of hearing. I am involved in a number of online discussion boards, list services and communities that relate to this topic.