Career Information

Don Vogl, 2009

Don Vogl taught painting at the University of Notre Dame for 31 years. He has exhibited works in five Chicago galleries, received 32 awards, including five “best of show”, and has had work in 50 local shows and galleries since moving to Fort Collins in 2003. Don's art is on display in permanent collections at Notre Dame's Snite Museum of Art, Indianapolis Museum, Midwest Museum of American Art-Elkhart, Haggerty Museum of Marquette University Milwaukee, Brauer Museum at Valparaiso University, Blank Center for the Arts in Michigan City, and South Bend Regional Museum of Art. He's listed in Who's Who in American Art 1988-2010.

DONALD G. VOGL
Associate Professor of Art Emeritus 1994
University of Notre Dame
Curriculum vitae (Microsoft Word)

top TEACHING
 Teaching, painting and printmaking at the University of Notre Dame, 1963 to 1994
 Designer for the Notre Dame Art Gallery (now the Snite Museum) for 10 years.
 Taught art at Marygrove College, Detroit, MI 1961-1963
 Taught art in Milwaukee School System, 1958-1961
top EDUCATION
 Master of Science in Art Education, University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee 1957-1958
 Bachelor of Art Education, Chicago Art Institute, University of Chicago 1953-1957
 Berkeley Art School, evening 1952
 California College of Arts and Crafts 1952
 Cleveland Art Institute summer 1946