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Anna Mae Hughes Room, Hughes Fine Arts Center
Shannon D. Fox
Faculty, Fort Berthold Community College U.S.A.F., 1987-1990, Lackland AFB Texas, Keesler AFB Biloxi Miss., Grand Forks AFB B.F.A., 1996, University of North Dakota M.F.A., 1999, University of North Dakota Vocational Certifications, Bismarck State College, Valley City State University Sahnish (Arikara), Santee Sioux
Shannon D. Fox (NeetAhKus na cita Kux) is a USAF Veteran, member of the Joseph Young Hawk Elmer Bear Post 253, White Shield, ND; Old Scouts Society Post No#1, White Shield, ND; Dead Grass Society White Shield, ND.
Fox was the first student to receive a graduate degree in Visual Arts with a major in Mixed Media at the University of North Dakota. His emphasis was in digital image printing.
After opening his own company, 3-Foxx Productions now White Pipe, he established a graphic arts program and developed a nine-month certificate program at Fort Berthold Community College. He currently teaches digital imaging, computers, drawing, painting and traditional native arts and crafts. While his own work has received national recognition, he counts his students’ successes among his proudest accomplishments.
Shannon’s work received recognition along with several other Native American artists in the book, Storytelling Time: Native North American Art from the Collections at the University of North Dakota. Several of his mixed media, digital manipulations, and art pieces are featured in this book.
Shannon Fox serves on the Board of Directors for the North Dakota Council on the Arts.