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Deaf Art Collections: Dupor, Susan

Susan Dupor

This video is available courtesy of Patti Durr's Deaf Art, Deaf Artists website. Born deaf, Susan Dupor grew up in Madison, Wisconsin. She attended RIT and studied illustration before transferring to the Art Institute of Chicago, where she finished her BFA. Dupor has participated in several exhibitions and published articles on deaf culture and the arts. She returned to RIT and earned a Master of Science in Deaf Education and Art Education, a joint program with the University of Rochester. The untitled piece was created when Susan was a student. DEAF ART PAINTINGS”, April 26-May 3, Student Alumni Union at RIT, Display case. 

Title Medium Year Size Acquired Picture
Beckoning Oil on canvas 2006 23" x 26"  Purchased by 
Joan Naturale,
NTID Librarian
Family Dog Lithograph 1991 27" x 23" Purchased by 
Joan Naturale,
NTID Librarian
Sleep Lithograph 1999   Purchased by 
Joan Naturale,
NTID Librarian
Stream of Consciousness Lithograph 2003   Purchased by 
Joan Naturale,
NTID Librarian

Pen and Ink cartoon drawing with paint

undated   Donated by
Paula Grcevic

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