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BIRTHPLACE Ann Arbor, MI • RESIDENCE Brooklyn, NY

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

1998 silences + journeys + dreams, NCA Gallery, Detroit, MI

1995 Pages from a Book of Dreams, HarperCollins Exhibition Space, New York, MU

1985 Collages, Gallery 62/National Urban League, New York, NY

1979 Spiritcatchers, Solar Yoga & Arts Center, Brooklyn, NY

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2010 "Rising Suns" The Dash Gallery, New York, NY

2007 "NCA 2007: An Evolving Tradition" Medgar Evers College and Corridor Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2005 "We Are Brooklyn: A Global Influence" Project Diversity at Clinton Art Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2005 "When Brooklyn Artists Speak, Art Listens" Community Room Gallery, Brooklyn Borough Hall,
Brooklyn, NY (on tour) 2005, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

2003 "The Garment Magical" Skylight Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2001 "Gateway to Africa" Skylight Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2000 “The Pocket Project” Skylight Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

1999 "Thunder in the Cathedral" Rush Arts, New York, NY

1999 "Merging at the Crossroads" Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, PA

1999 "Entitled: Black Women Artists" Skylight Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

1999 "Millennium Countdown" Johanson Charles Gallery, Detroit, MI

1999 "NCA National Exhibition" Museum of African American History, Detroit, MI

1999 "NCA National Exhibition" Dell Pryor Galleries, Detroit, MI

1996 "Word/Image" NCA Gallery, Detroit, MI

1996 "All Heart" NCA Gallery, Detroit, MI

1995 "Black Pearls" Cinque Gallery, New York, NY

1994 "The Definitive Decade Show” Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art, Newark,NJ

1994 "An Exhibition of Works from Voices, an Artists’ Book" NCA Gallery, Detroit, MI
(on tour) 1994-1995: New Visions Gallery, Atlanta, GA;
The Wharton Center, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI;
Museum of African American History, Detroit, MI; Midland Center for the Arts, Midland, MI;
Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Kalamazoo, MI; University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

1994 "Social History Show II:A Black and Tan Fantasy" Bronx River Art Center and Gallery, Bronx, NY

1993 "Prototype/From Memphis and Peking" Detroit Repertory Theatre Gallery, Detroit, MI

1993 "Works on Paper" Cinque Gallery, New York, NY

1991 "Through Sisters’ Eyes" The National Museum of Women in the Arts,Washington, DC
(on tour) 1992–1994: The Morris Museum, Morristown, NJ; The Newark Museum, Newark, NJ;
Peale Museum, Baltimore, MD; The Discovery Center, Binghamton,NY

1991 "Spiritual Reflections:Works by Cheryl Hanna and Willie Carter" Spiral Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

1990 "Benefit Sale" Cinque Gallery, New York, NY

1989 Sherry Washington Fine Arts, Detroit, MI

1988 "Small Works" Cinque Gallery, New York, NY

1988 "Cheryl Hanna and Steven Mayo" Cinque Gallery, New York, NY

1988 "Introductions" June Kelly Gallery, New York, NY

1985 "Curator’s Choice" New Muse Community Museum, Brooklyn, NY

1982 "Small Works" The Mill Gallery, Milford, MI

1981 "Anniversary Show" The Mill Gallery, Milford, MI

1981 "Invitational Works by Fifteen" Atlantic Gallery, New York, NY

1980 "Fifth Annual Invitational Exhibit" Atlantic Gallery, New York, NY

1980 "Hanna/De Groot/Mulcahy: Works on Paper" The Mill Gallery, Milford, MI

1980 "Brooklyn ‘80" The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY

PUBLICATIONS

Geoffrey Jacques, "Cheryl Hanna," Cover, September 1995, page 57

Leslie King-Hammond, editor, Gumbo Ya Ya: Anthology of Contemporary African-American Women Artists,
Midmarch Arts Press, 1995, page 89

Dulcie Leimbach, "Through Sisters’ Eyes," The New York Times, February 19, 1993, page C19

Geoffrey Jacques, "Collages of a Dream-Like Universe," New York Newsday, June 18, 1991, page 53

Geoffrey Jacques, "Beauty, a Renewed Tradition," The City Sun, November 30, 1988, page 14

Will Grant, "We’re Staying Open in August," Artspeak, August, 1985, page 7

Shirley Woodson, "African-American Women Artists in Michigan," Black Women in Michigan History, 1700-1985,
Detroit Historical Museum, 1985

ART CATALOGUES

Merging at the Crossroads, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, 1999, page 20

The Mayor’s Scholarship Ball Silent Art Auction, United Negro College Fund, 1996, page 12

Cheryl Hanna, Gallery 62, National Urban League, 1985

ARTISTS’ BOOKS & LIMITED EDITIONS

Cheryl Hanna, Carnival Fan, Sixth Avenue Editions, 1996

Voices, an Artists’ Book, Introduction by Leslie King- Hammond,The National Conference of Artists, Michigan Chapter, 1994

AWARDS & GRANTS

1996 Wheeler Foundation Grant

1988 Artists Space Exhibition Grant

1986 Semi-finalist, Artist-in-Residence Program, The Studio Museum in Harlem

1981 Semi-finalist, Creative Artists Public Service Program

1969 Full Scholarship, Pratt Institute

Links

www.aavad.com/artistbibliog.cfm?id=764 Cheryl Hanna's profile in artist directory site.

www.brooklynartistsspeak.com Brooklyn Artists Speak

www.nca.com National Conference of Artists