Susan Nurse: Like my husband of fifty years, I hold multiple degrees, mine being in History and Art History. I entered community college as an adult student in my middle thirties and earned my three degrees while raising a daughter, and maintaining a marriage. While commuting to another city to complete my Masters in Art History, I began a twenty-year career at the Memorial Art Gallery as its Visual Resource Coordinator, Assistant Librarian, lecturer and teacher of Art History in the Gallery’s Art School.
One of my honored accomplishments at the Gallery was when I was selected as one of the staff members to author essays on works in the collection for inclusion in the Gallery’s major publication on its collection. Seeing America: Painting and Sculpture from the collection of the Memorial Art Gallery of the University Of Rochester 1996,
This member has not published any books.