Joey P. Mánlapaz

 

EDUCATION:

 

The George Washington University, Washington, DC

1980                             Master of Fine Arts in Painting

1977                             Bachelor of Art in Fine Arts and Zoology (Pre-Medicine)

 

ONE‑PERSON EXHIBITIONS:

 

2004                 Zenith Gallery, Washington, DC

2003                 Octagon Museum, American Institute of Architects, Washington, DC

1998                 Gallery K, Washington, DC

      Covington & Burling, Washington, DC         

1997                 CITIBANK, Washington, DC

1995                 Marymount University, Arlington, VA

1994                 CITIBANK, Washington, DC, Headquarters, Mid-Atlantic Regional States

1993                 The University Club, Washington, DC

1992                 ART LEAGUE, Alexandria, VA

1991                 Arnold & Porter, Washington, DC

1990                 The University Club, Washington, DC

1989                 Sumner School Museum & Archives, Washington, DC

                        The World Bank, Washington, DC

1988                 Cosmos Club, Washington, DC

1987                 The University Club, Washington, DC

1984                 National Press Club, Washington, DC

1982                 First American Bank, Dupont Circle, Washington, DC

       Art Associates Gallery, Manila, Philippines

1981                 Children's Museum & Library Foundation, Manila, Philippines

 

HONORS, AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS:

2004     Guest speaker, The U.S. Library of Congress

                    Grant: Digital Image Project With David Adamson (Tamarind Certified Master Printer), DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities

2003     Painting commission, National Book Festival hosted by First Lady Laura Bush, U.S. Library of Congress

1999-2001         Painting in Art in Embassies Program, U.S. State Department: Embassy in Fiji Islands, Micronesia

1999                 Panelist, Visual Arts Grants-In-Aid, DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities

1998                 Panelist, Organizations Grants-In-Aid, DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities

1997                 Moderator, Asian Pacific American Women in the Arts panel, “Hear Our Voices” conference, The Asian Pacific American Women’s Leadership Institute

1996-1998         Painting in Art in Embassies Program, U.S. State Department:  Embassy in Manila, Philippines

1995-1996         Panelist, City Arts Projects, DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities

1995                 Recipient, Twenty Outstanding Filipino-Americans in the U.S. and Canada, Fil-Am Image Corp.

1991                 Finalist, Mayor's Award for Outstanding Emerging Artist, Mayor Sharon Pratt Kelly, Washington, DC

      Outstanding Woman Leader in Art, Filipino American Women's Network, Arlington, VA

Certificate of Recognition, Philippine Heritage Foundation & US Rep. Steny Hoyer (Maryland), "For significant contributions to the Philippine American Community & the Nation"

1988                 Finalist, Mayor's Award for Outstanding Emerging Artist, Mayor Marion Barry, Washington, DC

Certificate of Excellence in Painting, NY International Art Competition, Jurors: Ellen Handy, Metropolitan Museum; Illene Susan Fort, LA County Museum; Walter Robinson, Art Critic for Art in America

1987                 Finalist, National Landscape Painting Competition, The Artist's Magazine. Dec.

1980-1981         Artist in Residence, Manila, Philippines

1978                 George Washington University Graduate Fellow in Art           

Training in Landscape Painting, Brittany, France


 


COLLECTIONS:

 

Advanced Management Systems, Washington, DC                                                              Larson Ball & Gould, Washington, DC

Arnold & Porter LLP, Washington, DC   MetLife, Washington, DC

Ayala Corporation, Manila, Philippines                                                              Mr. & Mrs. Bill Cosby

Clark Construction Group, Bethesda, MD                                                              ORIX Development Group, Chicago, IL

DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities                                                              Pritchard Satellite Communications, Bethesda, MD

Farm Credit System Building Association, McLean, VA                                                              Reed Smith Shaw & McClay LLP, Washington, DC

Freedom Place, Washington, DC          Remington Company, Manila, Philippines

Furash & Company, Washington, DC   Sidley & Austin LLP, Chicago, IL

George Washington University, Washington, DC                                                              Superior Court of the District of Columbia

Gibraltar Architects, Raleigh, NC          U.S. State Department

Hon. Daniel K. Inouye, U.S. Senate, Hawaii                                                              U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Rockville, MD

Hon. Antonio Won Pat, U.S. House of Representatives,                                                              United States Steel, Washington, DC

Territory of Guam                                   White & Case LLP, Washington, DC

Land Registration Commission, Manila, Philippines                                                              Wiley Rein & Fielding LLP, Washington, DC

                                                                


SELECTED COMMISSIONS:


 


Citizen's Bank,  Rosslyn, VA                   The Melrose Castle, Cassanova, VA

Dickstein Shapiro & Morin, Washington, DC                                                              The Monocle Restaurant, Washington, DC

Export‑Import Bank of Korea, Inc., Seoul, Korea                                                              U.S. Library of Congress

Ministry of Justice, Manila, Philippines   U.S. Navy

 


SELECTED JURIED/GROUP EXHIBITS:

         2004                 Parker Gallery at Mickelson, Brittany Under William Woodward, The George Washington University, Washington, DC

                    David Adamson Gallery, Digital Prints, co-sponsored by DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, Washington, DC

2002-2003         Traveling Exhibition: Brown Strokes On  A White Canvas—A Kaleidoscopic View Of The Philippine-American Experience; Foundry Gallery,     Washington, DC; George Mason University, Fairfax, VA; Philippine Center, New York City, NY

  2002         Corcoran Museum of Art, Faculty Biennial, Washington, DC

        1999                 Zenith Gallery, Washington Comes To Life, Washington, DC

        1998                 Gallery K, Summer Show, Washington, DC

              The World Bank, Philippines Centennial, Washington, DC

        1997                 Corcoran Museum of Art, Corcoran/Washington Project for the Arts Auction, Washington, DC

              Gallery K, Summer Show, Washington, DC

              DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, Arts Walk, Washington, DC

        1996                 Corcoran Museum of Art, Corcoran/Washington Project for the Arts Auction, Washington, DC

              Philippine Embassy, Independence Day, Washington, DC

              Gallery K, Scapes... land, city, mind..., Washington, DC

     1995                             Washington Project for the Arts, Art Auction, Washington, DC

             Corcoran Museum of Art, Art Auction, Washington, DC

               Northern Virginia Community College, Oil & Water Do Mix, Annandale, VA

      Perry House, Gilpin Gallery, Gallery West, Prince Royal, Art of the Politically Incorrect, Alexandria, VA

              Corcoran Museum of Art, Faculty Group Exhibit, Washington, DC

         1994                Corcoran Museum of Art, Art Auction, Washington, DC

             Gallery K, Summer Show, Washington, DC

                                      Gallery K, Cityscape, Washington, DC

         1993                Corcoran Museum of Art, Art Auction, Washington, DC

                                Gallery K, Small is Beautiful, Washington, DC

                                       Zenith Gallery, Holiday Show, Washington, DC

                              Gallery K, Summer Show, Washington, DC

             Office of US Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton (DC), Invitational, Washington, DC

                                      Central Intelligence Agency, Group Show, Springfield, VA

                                Zenith Gallery, Creative Solutions: Visions for the Future, Washington, DC

         1992                Corcoran Museum of Art, Art Auction, Washington, DC

                                       Gallery K, Small is Beautiful, Washington, DC

                 Sumner School Museum & Archives, Circle of Friendship, Asian American Arts Media, Washington, DC

                                 Washington Project for the Arts, Art Auction, Washington, DC

                        Zenith Gallery, DC Scenes, Washington, DC

                  Artists Equity,  Bethesda, MD; Members Exhibition, Juror: Patricia Tobacco Forrester


       Artist Regional Multimedia Exhibition, Fairfax, VA, Annual Exhibition;  Juror: Judith Zilczer, Curator of Painting, Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden,    Washington,  DC

        1991         Gallery K, Small is Beautiful, Washington, DC

                        Gallery K, Back to Basics I, Washington, DC

                        Martin Luther King Library, Chinatown, DC: A Photographic Journal, Washington, DC

                    Office of Mayor Sharon Pratt Kelly (DC), Bicentennial Art Exhibition, Co-Sponsor: DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, Washington, DC

                        Greater Reston Arts Center, Reston, VA, Annual Exhibition; Juror: Komei Wachi, Gallery K

     Art League/NOVA Fine Arts Association, Alexandria, VA, Annual Exhibition; Juror: Julia Boyd, Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art, Virginia Museum of Fine Art, Richmond, VA

       1990          Zenith Gallery, Media Mixes at Zenith, Washington, DC

                        Office of Mayor Marion Barry (DC), Scenes of DC, Washington, DC

       1989          Partner's Gallery, Washington Artists, Bethesda, MD

       Regional Multimedia Exhibition, Fairfax, VA, Annual Exhibition; Juror: Helaine Posner, Curator of Contemporary Art, National Museum of Women in the Arts,     Washington, DC

       1988          Sumner School Museum & Archives, Tres Filipinas, Washington, DC

                                Office of Mayor Marion Barry (DC), Asian Pacific American Art Exhibition, Washington, DC

      Strathmore Hall Arts Center, Rockville, MD,  Urban Landscapes; Juror: Mary Swift, Washington Review

         1986        Washington Project for the Arts, Art Auction, Washington, DC

                    Martin Luther King Library, Highlights of the Year, Washington, DC; Jurors: Jacqueline Serwer, Assistant Curator of Painting & Sculpture,  National Museum of  American Art; Robert Stewart, Senior Curator, National Portrait Gallery

     Dimock Gallery, Washington, DC, GWU Alumni Show;  Jurors: Ned Rifkin, former Curator of Contemporary Art; Corcoran Museum of Art; Jones Troyer Gallery; Francoise Yohalem      

         1985        American Red Cross, Hispanic Initiative, Washington, DC

          1983       Veerhoff Galleries, Streets & Pathways, Washington, DC

          1982       The World Bank, Philippine Expatriates in the East Coast, Washington, DC

          1980       Dimock Gallery, MFA Thesis, Body Portraits of Women: A Search for Style, Washington, DC

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY:

 

2002                         2003                         Jenkins, Mark, “A Surface Look at Washington and Miami Beach,” On Exhibit: Museums, Art Spaces, Galleries, The Washington Post Weekend, Jun 27; p. 47.

Dawson, Jessica, Galleries, “At AIA, Windows on the City,” The Washington Post Style, May 15; p. 5.

                    Shulman, Randy, Cover Feature, “Urban Assets: The Artwork of Joey P. Mánlapaz,” MetroWeekly, Vol. 10, Issue 11, Jul 17; p.20-27.

                    Tira-Andrei, Mercedes, “Pinay Artist’s Work Chosen For US Book Festival,” Arts & Leisure, Business World, Jun 18; p. 23.

        2001         The Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association (cover feature), Nov-Dec; Vol. 41, No. 6.

        1998         Protzman, Ferdinand, Galleries, The Washington Post Style, Sept 24; p. 5.

Protzman, Ferdinand, Galleries, The Washington Post Style, July 16; p. 1, 5.

 1997       Makinen, Julie, "Art Invades Life on 7th Street," The Washington Post District Weekly, Apr 17; p. 1.

       1995          Protzman, Ferdinand, Galleries, The Washington Post Style, Dec 2; p. 2.

Shulman, Randy, Cover Story: An Interview, Metro Arts & Entertainment Weekly, Jan 26.

1993           Mancina, Saverio, "The Point: A Personal Crusade," The Washington Blade, Jul 9, Vol 24 #30; p. 41, 46.

"The Green Room: An Interview with Mike Baker," Channel 53/56 (Fairfax, VA cable TV), Jun.

1992           McCoy, Mary, "Visual Arts: Asian Artists Drawn Into Circle," The Washington Post District Weekly, Dec 3; p. 4.

                  McCoy, Mary, "Visual Arts: Show Offers Slices of Daily Life," The Washington Post District Weekly, Apr 9; p. 2.

1991             Castañeda, Ruben, "DC School of Realism Influences a Work of Art: Damage to Art Traced to Stray Bullet," The Washington Post Metro, Dec 12; p. 3.

Greenwood, Douglas McCreary, "Joey Mánlapaz: An Artist Building on the Past," Crystal  City Magazine, Summer; p. 24‑25.

1990                 1990                         Harper, Jennifer, "Ring in the Old," The Washington Times Home, Dec 27; p. 1.

                                    Krasnow, Iris, On Scene, Museum & Arts Washington, Jul/Aug p. 12.

                    "Washington Looks To Joey Mánlapaz's Paintings As They Breathe Life To Its Old Relic Buildings," Filipino Life Magazine, Jun/Jul; p. 22‑23.

1989             Koklanaris, Maria, "Preserving the Soul of Landmarks: Artist Captures Buildings at Risk," The Washington Post District Weekly, Nov 9; p. 1, 9.

1984             Cooper, L. Lanier, "Old N.W. Building Attract Enclaves of Artist," The Washington Post District Weekly, Mar 1; p. 1, 4.


       

TEACHING POSITIONS:

 

1992-current                 Adjunct Professor, Drawing & Painting, Corcoran College of Art & Design, Washington, DC

1987-92       Adjunct Professor, Northern Virginia Community College, Alexandria & Annandale, VA

1984-92       Lecturer, Resident Associate Program, The Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC