Skyline High School- Salt Lake City, Utah- Sterling Scholar in Art, Illustrator Yearbook and Literary magazine. Class of 1973
Bachelors of Fine Arts degree ( Cum laude) University of Utah 1977 ( 3 Dimensional design emphasis)
“ Maya Pottery Replication in Belize: Solving the Mystery of the Missing Maya Kilns”, by Clint Swink and Fred Valdez Jr., Cory C. Dangerfield, ( co- author)-2010 – Ancient Mesoamerica(under review)
“An Experimental approach to Understanding Thule Pottery technology” Karen G. Harry, Liam Frink, Clint Swink, Cory C. Dangerfield (co-author) North American Archaeologist ed. Roger W. Moeller Vol. 30, Number 3 – 2009
“ When the Dipper Spills”- Illustrator with Christine Panushka ( National Endowment for the Arts/Granite School District – 1973)
Exhibitions & Associated Experience
2010- The Lambourne Legacy Project, exhibiting artist, Los Angeles, California
2010- One man/ One Painting/ One Minute- One man show -Los Angeles County Museum of Art
2010- National Arts program, 5th Annual- Salt Lake County, exhibiting artist
2010- Utah Images 2010 ~ Historic Salt lake County Building Nov.4-Dec. 9 – 2010, exhibiting artist
2010- Springville Museum of Art 87th Spring Salon, Stansbury Island ( with Cow) Award of Merit
2009- Springville Museum of Art 86th Spring salon Red canyon ( revised) accepted entry Juried exhibition.
– Springville Museum of Art Spiritual and Religious Art, accepted entry
– National Arts Program 4th Annual Juried exhibition, Salt lake County 2nd place-Best of show- purchase award
Salt lake County Permanent Collection of Utah Artists, – America. Accepted entry-Rain Tunnel.
2007 –National Arts Program, Salt Lake County 3rd Annual Juried exhibition 2 accepted entries.
2005- Maya Pottery Replicas- R.E.W. Adams Research Center, Orange Walk , Belize
~ One man show/ paintings, sculpture and drawings Sandy Public Library
1994-95 -Artist in Residence ( working artist program) Utah Arts Festival.
1993- Finalist Art in Public Places, Utah Arts Festival
1992- Commissioned Artist, Utah arts Festival –“ Leaping Fish recycling barrels”
1988- Designer/ fabrication “Dinamation”- robotic Dinosaur exhibit. U. of U. Museum of Natural History
1985-1994-Resident Set Designer/ Technical Director – Salt Lake Acting Company
1997-8 -Layout Artist- Hana Barbara Television Cartoons- Salt Lake Division AM Productions
1977- Artist in Residence/ Shallizar Bronze Foundry, Salt Lake City, Utah
1977- “ A premature retrospective- The Undergraduate Works Of Cory C. Dangerfield & Niki Hill”- Student Union Gallery, University of Utah
1973- Finalist of Sterling Scholar Awards in Art
1972- Granite School District, Student Art Exhibit. Honorable mention.