Rosalind Wilcox

Rosalind Wilcox

Rosalind Wilcox

Chair/Art Instructor, Arts Department
Barron-Miller Center 

A passionate individual who has dedicated her lifework toward the advancement of: fine arts education, facilitating art therapy, and making visual art and music, within the context of research and exploration.


Master’s in Fine Art, (MFA), The University of Mississippi      (1998)

Master’s degree, (MA) School of the Art Institute of Chicago (1990)       

Bachelor’s degree Art Education, St. Ambrose University      (1988)   

Mississippi College, Endorsements: Gifted Ed. Certificate     (2003)   


Work Experience: Art Education / Art Therapy:

Chair and Instructor, Coahoma Community College           (2007 -2020)

Art Therapy: University of Chicago, Trinity Medical Center   (10 years)

Mississippi School of the Arts: 2003-2006, K -12 Art Ed.      (8 + years)

Professional Licensure(s) and Certificates/Certifications:

Mississippi Teaching License, Art Education K-12,             (1988-Current)

Registered and Certified Art Therapist since                     (1990-Current)

Art Therapy Registration since                                         (2007-Current)

Professional Affiliations:

Portrait Society of America, Kappa Delta Pi, Honor Society, Delta Epsilon Sigma, Honor Society, Kappa Pi, Honor Society for the Arts, ATAB, Art Therapy Association, National Education Association, Mississippi Art Education Association (NCAA) National Council of Arts Administrators