Louisa (Lisa) C. Ngote


Name: Louisa (Lisa) C. Ngote
Title: Special Lecturer and
Curator of Visual Resources
Office: 311 Wilson Hall
Phone: (248) 370-2891
E-mail: ngote@oakland.edu

Education:
B.A. in Art History, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
M.A. in Art History, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI

Major fields:

Ancient, Early Christian and Byzantine art, and German art

Courses taught:
AH 100 – Intro to Western Art I
AH 101 – Intro to Western Art II
AH 201 – City of Rome (Honors College course)
AH 312 – Greek Art
AH 314 – Roman Art
AH 345 – German Art
AH 395 – Art in Biblical Lands

Editorships:

Bonnie Abiko, ed., Arimatsu Shibori (Rochester, MI: Oakland University Meadow Brook Art Gallery, 1995) (assisted in editing)
Alfonz Lengyel, The Quattrocento (edited by Louisa C. Ngote) (Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, 1971)

Oral presentations and public lectures:
“Villard de Honnecourt,” (given for and as a tribute to Carl F. Barnes, Jr.), 2012
“Obelisks of Rome,” Oakland University and Older Persons Center, Rochester, 2009
“Face of Jesus,” Oakland University, 2000
“Rome from 300 – 1300,” Oakland University
“Women in Mexican Art,” Y.W.C.A. of Pontiac, 1985
Mexican Art, lecture series at the Pontiac Art Center and Detroit Institute of Arts, 1985
Project Basic, designed and developed with Karen DiChiera of Michigan Opera Theatre to bring arts to the elementary students in Clarkston, MI, 1984
“El Greco,” Toledo Museum of Art, 1982

Recent exhibitions:
DADADAY exhibits, 1982-2012


Bibliography:
Louisa C. Ngote, ed., When in Rome… (Blurb.com, 2008)
Louisa C. Ngote, “Art in Rome: 313-1300 A.D.,” Oakland University Journal, no. 2, Fall 2000