1987 Bachelor of Fine Arts (concentration in glass) Kent State University, Kent, Ohio.
Glass Related Experience:
2009 Summer Arts Experience, Lock 3, lead artist
2007 Currently teaching glass fusing at The Peninsula Art Academy, Peninsula, Ohio
2005 Teaching a College Credit course through Ashland College and Steinert Glass School.
2004 Summer Artist in Residence at University of Akron –Arts Lift Program working with students making 4’fused glass butterflies that hang in Stan Hywet’s new conservatory.
2000 Currently teaching Fusing and Slumping at the Steinert Glass School in Kent, Ohio.
1992 Taught at Portage Lakes Career Center -Enrichment Program (1992 – 1997)
1991 Taught a workshop on glass fusing at Kenyon College.
1989 Attended a workshop on pate' de verre casting taught by Larry Fielder, Chicago, Illinois.
1987 Assisted visiting Czechoslovakian artists Dana Zamecnikova and Marian Karel in the flat shop.
1986 Attended the workshop given by Bohumil Elias painting on glass.
1985 Studied under Richard Mietner, visiting artist/teacher from Rietfeld Academy, Amsterdam
1983 Studied under Sheryl Cotleur graduate assistant instructor of flat glass program at Kent State University and was also the master technician for Narcissus Quagliata from 1980-1983.
1983 Attended workshop by Albinas Elskus, author of the book The Art of Painting on Glass.
1981 Student of Bruce Metcalf jewelry/metals (through 1982)
1982 Student of Professor Henry Halem, Head of Kent State University's Glass Department, artist, and author of the book Glass Notes (1982 – 1987)
1981 Student of Professor Mel Someroski enameling on metal (through 1984)
1980 Attended summer workshop on enameling taught by Professor Mary-Ellen McDermott from Cleveland Institute of Art.
2014 “Marianne Hite, Ruth Bercaw and Cathy Clerk Dully”, Harris Stanton Gallery, Akron, OH
2010 “Chromatic Insights”, Harris Stanton Gallery, Akron, OH
2007 “Marianne Hite & Maria Zanetta”, Harris Stanton Gallery, Akron, OH
2004 University of Akron Gallery, Akron, Ohio
2002 Norjea Gallery, Akron, Ohio
2002 Alan Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio
2001 Ginko Gallery, Oberlin, Ohio
2001 Alan Gallery ,Cleveland, Ohio
2001 Garth Andrews, Bath, Ohio
2001 Upstairs Gift Gallery, Hudson, Ohio
2000 Murray Hill Art Walk, Cleveland, Ohio
2000 Alan Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio
1999 Akron Art Museum, Ohio Perspectives: Reflections in Glass -Twenty-Seven Ohio Glass Artists, March 20th-June 6th 1999.
1998 Riffe Gallery, Ohio Perspectives: Reflections in Glass, November 5th-January 9th 1998.
1998 Alan Gallery, November 6th-December 24th.
1998 New Arts Salon, Philadelphia, Pa., September 5th-October5th.
1997 Alan Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio
1996 Alan Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio
1996 Berea Arts Festival, Berea, Ohio
1996 Gallery 400, Canton, Ohio.
1996 Akron Arts Exposition, Akron, Ohio.
1995 Alan Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio
1995 Gallery 400, Canton, Ohio.
1995 Berea Arts Festival, Berea, Ohio.
1995 Kent Festival, Kent, Ohio
1992 Riley Hawk Gallery, Solo Show, Columbus, OH
1992 Gallery 400, Canton, Ohio
1992 Charles Mayer Studio, Akron, Ohio
1991 Riley Hawk Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio
1991 Art at The Powerhouse, Cleveland, Ohio
1991 Fall Festival of Art, Peninsula, Ohio
1991 Kenyon College, Gambiar, Ohio
1987 Riley Hawk Gallery, *Solo Show, Columbus, Ohio
1987 Kent State University, Bachelor of Fine Arts Show, Kent, Ohio
1987 Students of Architectural Glass, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio
1986 Three Rivers Arts Festival, PPG Wintergarden, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
1982 Fiori Gallery, Murray Hill, Cleveland, Ohio
Public Installations :
2005 Currently working on eight panels for Firestone Memorial Library in Akron, Ohio.
2004 Stan Hywet Conservatory, worked with Artist Lift Program making five hanging butterflies of fused glass and metal framework. They hang overhead in the greenhouse/ butterfly conservatory.
2003 Three-story Atrium piece for the Bowery Professional at Children’s Hospital in Akron, OH
2002 Heart Catherization Lab, Children’s Hospital, Akron ,Ohio. Glass Creatures installation.
2002 Mad For You Restaurant, Beachwood Place Mall, Beachwood, OH four panels of fused and leaded glass 5' x 5' each.