and Art History Professor Emeritus Clinton Adams, 84, former
dean of UNMs College of Fine Arts and director of Tamarind
Institute, died last month at his home in Albuquerque after
a lengthy battle with cancer. He served as adjunct curator in
the UNM Art Museum until his death.
Worcester Art Museum, has said, In the course of the twentieth
century, no one has had a more diverse and profound effect on
the field of American lithography than Clinton Adams.
of Glendale, Calif., in 1960, Adams cofounded the Tamarind Lithography
Workshop in Los Angeles. Ten years later, it was relocated to
Albuquerque and became a division of UNMs College of Fine
Arts. Adams was named director of Tamarind Institute, the position
he retired from in 1985.
to be issued is his memoir "Life and Art in Los Angeles,
1934-1954." Among his numerous honors is election to the
National Academy in 1983. In 1985, Adams received the Governors
Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Arts of New Mexico.
paintings and lithographs are in many museum collections, including
the Albuquerque Museum and the National Museum of American Art,
Smithsonian Institution. The Clinton Adams Archive Collection
is housed at the UNM Art Museum.
contributions may be made to the Clinton Adams Fund at the University
of New Mexico Art Museum.
Quinn, M.D., 44, associate professor in the Department of Psychiatry
and director of Inpatient and Psychiatric Emergency Services
at the UNM Mental Health Center, died recently in Albuquerque
from complications of acute leukemia.
of Los Alamos, she completed her Residency Training in the UNM
Psychiatry Department in 1992 and began employment with the
Universitys Mental Health Sciences Department. She was
Board Certified in Psychiatry with added qualifications in Addiction
the prestigious School of Medicine Khatali Teaching Award
in 1999. This year, she received the Exemplary Psychiatrist
Award from the National Alliance for Mentally Ill.
may be made to the Diana K. Quinn, M.D., Scholarship Fund, in
care of Dr. Laura Roberts, Dept. of Psychiatry, UNM School of
Medicine, 2400 Tucker NE, Albuquerque, NM 87131.