Artist Neill Slaughter graduated with a BFA degree in 1975 from the University of Georgia and an MFA in 1978 from Indiana University. From 1978 to the present Professor Slaughter has been teaching fine arts courses at the university level as well as exhibiting his drawings and paintings nationally and internationally. Having also lived and taught abroad as well as traveling extensively throughout the world, Slaughter's paintings often reflect the social conditions of his surroundings. Among his awards and honors, Professor Slaughter has received a Ford Foundation Fellowship, a Scottish Arts Council Grant, an LMU Research Grant to Africa and a Fulbright Fellowship to India. In 2003 Professor Slaughter was presented the David Newton Award for Excellence in Teaching granted by Long Island University and in 2008 he mounted a thirty-year retrospective, which included a full color catalogue. Examples of Neill Slaughter's art can be viewed on-line at his website www.neillslaughter.com.
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