Dr. Peggy Blood
Savannah State University (SSU)
Savannah, USA

Peggy Blood, Ph.D. is a professor of art at Savannah State University (SSU), Savannah, Georgia, where she holds the title Distinguished Professor. Dr. Blood has served as Department Chair of Fine Arts at SSU and Executive Director of Chapman University’s campuses in Fairfield and Travis, California. She serves on the Diversity Board for the College Art Association of America (CAA), and other national and local boards related to art and education. Dr. Blood received a Doctorate in Art Administration and Education in 1986 from Union Institute and University; post graduate study, Chapman University; Masters of Arts, Holy Names University and Masters in Fine Arts from University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. She has taught studio, art history, and education courses for undergraduate and graduates programs in traditional and in e-learning class environments.

Dr. Blood’s art works have shown at various galleries and museums throughout the United States, Africa, India, and Asia and are in permanent museum, college/universities, and private collections. Selected works have been exhibited and housed at US embassies in Addis Ababa Austria, Ethiopia; Georgetown,Guyana; Monrovia, Liberia, and is in the permanent collection of the US Embassy in Liberia. In 2012 her art was selected for exhibition and featured by National Public Radio (NPR) in their annual calendar She has participated and been recipient of several grants and awards including Fulbright, NEH, USG Chancellors’, and various campus grants and awards; has published chapters, journal articles and books on art and e-learning teaching.