TELEVISION

2006 Writer. The Path to Nuclear Fission: The Story of Lise Meitner and Otto Hahn. PBS. Winner of The Gold Award for best documentary in the Historical Event category

ARCHIVE

Michele Zackheim’s literary papers are archived at New York University, Fales Library and Special Collections. Her visual arts papers are archived at the Smithsonian Archives of American Art.

SELECTED VISUAL ARTS SOLO EXHIBITIONS

1992   Arlene LewAllen Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
             Magyar Zsido Kulturalis Egyesulet Chagall, Budapest, Hungary
             University of Wyoming Art Gallery, Laramie, Wyoming

1989   Sangre de Cristo Art Gallery, Pueblo, Colorado
             State University of Oklahoma, Tulsa, Oklahoma

1988   St. Mary’s Cathedral, San Francisco, California
             Bade Museum, Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley, California

1987   Scottsdale Center for the Arts
             Scottsdale, Arizona

1986   The Landmark Center, St. Paul, Minnesota
             The Ottawa Conference Center, sponsored by the Canadian Government
             The Ufandi Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario
             The Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus, Christi, Texas

1985   Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico
             Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
             National Museum of American Jewish History, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
             Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
             The Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York, New York

1983   Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
             Charlton Heights Arts Center, Las Vegas, Nevada

1981   Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
             The Bronfman Museum, Montreal, Ontario

1980   Judah L. Magnes Museum, Berkeley, California
             Hill’s Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico

SELECTED GROUP SHOWS

Edith Lambert Gallery, Santa Fe, NM; Bade Museum, Berkeley, CA; New Mexico State Fine Arts Gallery, Albuquerque, NM; The Hebrew Union College Skirball Museum, Los Angeles, CA; University of Toronto, Toronto, ON; University of California Irvine Gallery, Irvine, CA; The Armory Show, Santa Fe, NM; The Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe, NM; Carlsbad Museum of Fine Arts, Carlsbad, NM; The Armory Show – An Invitational, Santa Fe, NM

SELECTED PERMANENT COLLECTIONS

The National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C.; The Albuquerque Museum, Albuquerque, NM;, Bryn Mawr College, PA; The New York Public Library, Astor, Lennox and Tilden, Jerusalem, Israel; The Hebrew Union College Skirball Museum, Los Angeles Grey Art Gallery, The New York University Collection, New York, NY; Bryn Mawr College Foundations, New York, NY; The Armenian Patriarch Gulbenkian Library, CA; The Xerox Corporation, Samford, CT; The Carlsbad Museum of Art, Carlsbad, NM

GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS

1990, The National Endowment for the Arts; National League of American Pen Women; 1989, The National Endowment for the Arts; The Xerox Foundation; 1988, The Western States Arts Federation; 1983, Santa Fe Council for the Arts, New Mexico Arts Division, The Xerox Foundation, Connemara Fund, Barbara H. Culver Foundation, Jewish Community Foundation, Mailman Brother’s Foundation, Soaring Eagle Foundation, Harold W. Sweatt Foundation, The Dia Foundation, The Rockefeller Foundation, Laird/Norton Foundation, The L.J. Skaggs & Mary C. Skaggs Foundation, Alan B. Silfka Foundation, Threshold Foundation, Apple Computer Foundation, R.F. Bigelow foundation, Honeywell Foundation, Islamic Center of Minnesota Foundation, Jewish Federation Foundation, The St. Paul Foundation, 3M Company Foundation, The national Conference of Christians and Jews, The Greek Orthodox Church of North and south America, The Arts Council of Greater New Haven, Museum of New Mexico Foundation, Corpus Christi Art Foundation, American Airlines, Paisano Foundation, Ottawa Muslim Foundation, Christian Council of the Capitol Area of Ottawa, Ottawa Jewish Community Council, Westin Hotels, Jewish Community Endowment Fund of San Francisco, Koret Foundation, Swig Foundation, Zellerbach Family Fund

PRE 1983

Graphic designer for the National Broadcasting Company, Art Director for Metromedia Broadcasting, Free-lance Creative Director: Clients included: Olivetti, National Educational Television, Museum of Primitive Art, Random House, McMillan Publishing, Columbia Records, Gene Shalit and “The Today Show,” Chemstrand, United Nations: Year of the Woman, New York Review of Books, The Literary Guild.

Graphic Arts Awards included The American Insititute of Graphic Arts, Art Director’s Club of America, Graphic Arts/Printing Industries.