Leslie Goldman


2021 MFA, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA
2015 Post-Baccalaureate Certificate, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA 
1997 MA in Art History, Boston University, Boston, MA 
1991 BA cum laude in Anthropology; Studio art minor, Connecticut College, New London, CT 

Exhibitions and Awards

2021    Bodies Embodied, Doran Gallery at MassArt, Boston, MA

2021    Changing Since Changing, MassArtXSOWA, Boston, MA

2020    Machine Shop Gallery, Framingham, MA
2019    MassArt Masters, City Hall, Boston, MA; Winter Works, Bromfield Gallery, Boston, MA
2018    Illumination, Gallery Twist, Lexington, MA; Finalist, Bromfield Gallery Solo Show Competition, Boston, MA
2017    Gallery Blink, Lexington, MA; Newton Free Library, Newton, MA 
2016    The Warwick Museum of Art, Warwick, RI, winner of Award for Excellence 
2015    Post-Baccalaureate Show, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA 
2014    New Student Salon Show, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA 


Publications as Author 
“Lawrence Gipe.” Painting Machines. Ed. Caroline A. Jones. Seattle, WA: U of Washington, 1997. 

Teaching Experience 

2020     Teaching Assistant, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, MA
Assisted instructor of “Intercultural Lab” in lesson planning, class discussions and documentation; provided feedback to students on assignments including final project review. “Intercultural Lab” is a Liberal Arts course that examines situated knowledges in the creation and interpretation of visual arts; as a final project, students create work in response to their choice of concepts covered in class.

1996-Present    Art Department Chair, The Newman School, Boston, MA 
Create and implement International Baccalaureate Visual Arts curriculum; organize student exhibitions, field trips and guest speakers; create and implement Middle Years Program in Visual Arts; advise students on academics and college application process; advise the Womens’ Empowerment club; implemented the Creativity, Action and Service program by tracking student participation; oversee curriculum and teaching of music, film and other studio art courses. Wrote the International Baccalaureate Visual Arts and Creativity, Action and Service applications for The Newman School; participated in two self-studies for accreditation; participated in three accreditation visiting committees for the New England Association of Schools and Colleges; mentored and evaluated student teachers from Tufts University and Boston University; created and implemented curriculum for studio art courses, anthropology and world cultures courses; advised student council and prom committee.