the International School of Painting, Drawing, and Sculpture in Umbria, Italy
Dan Gustin studied at Kansas City Art Institute and at Yale University. He has had solo exhibitions at the Lyons Weir, Bowery, Forum, Alpha, J. Rosenthal, Weatherburn, and Munson Galleries, the Paul Mellon Arts Center, and the Rockford Art Museum. He has shown in over fifty group exhibitions throughout the United States. His work is in the Joseph Hirshhorn Collection, Worcester Art Museum, Buffalo College Museum, Miller Drawing Collection, Richard and Jalene Davidson Drawing Collection, the Art Institute of Chicago, and in private collections in New York and Chicago. Mr. Gustin has won grants from the Illinois Arts Council, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago Faculty Enrichment Grants and the National Endowment for the Arts. In 1972 he was teaching assistant to William Bailey at Yale University. He has taught or lectured and critiqued at Kansas City Art Institute, Knox College, Maryland Institute College of Art, University of Indiana, University of Chicago, Choate Rosemary Hall, Vermont Studio School, Northwestern University, University of Iowa, The American University. Since 1984, Mr. Gustin has taught painting and drawing at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
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