Ms. Faegenburg showcases a one-man show at C.W. Post College, where she also receives a Master of Science in art education, and begins teaching art to emotionally disturbed children at Roslyn Junior High School.
Ms. Faegenburg showcases several art shows at Syosset Library and Locust Valley Library.
Ms. Faegenburg establishes a silk screen printing service, serves as co-president of the Long Island Arts Alliance, and holds an exhibition at the Firehouse Gallery at Nassau Community College.
Ms. Faegenburg becomes a member of the B.J. Spoke Gallery, and holds art shows at the Long Beach Art Association, the Shelter Rock Library, the National Association of Women Artists, and the Locust Valley Art Show.
Ms. Faegenburg serves as a teacher at Creative Arts Workshop, and showcases exhibitions at the Huntington Township Art League, the National Society of Painters in Casein & Acrylic, and the B.J. Spoke Gallery.
Ms. Faegenburg holds an exhibition at Avery Fisher Hall at the Lincoln Center.
Ms. Faegenburg showcases art at Concordia College, the Silvermine Guild of Artists, and the Gracie Square Art Show, and receives the first prize at the Mixed Media Manhasset Arts Association.
Ms. Faegenburg’s work is reviewed in an article titled, “L’Art a L’Etranger” in La Review Moderne.
Ms. Faegenburg serves as treasurer for Viridian Gallery and holds an exhibition at the Parrish Art Museum.
Ms. Faegenburg holds art shows at City Gallery and Country Art Gallery, and her work is reviewed by Malcolm Preston in Newsday.
Ms. Faegenburg holds shows at Isis Gallery, Guild Hall, Frostburg State College, and Sarah Lawrence College, and her work is reviewed by Phyllis Brass in the New York Times.
Ms. Faegenburg serves as chairman of the program committee of the National Association of Women Artists.
Ms. Faegenburg holds a one-man show at St. Peter’s Church in New York City, New York.
Ms. Faegenburg holds a solo show at the Islip Museum in Islip, New York and receives the Owens Zlowe Award for painting at the National Association of Women Artist’s Centennial Exhibition.
Ms. Faegenburg’s work is reviewed by Helen Harrison in the New York Times.
Ms. Faegenburg receives the Bell Kramer Memorial Award.
Ms. Faegenburg holds a solo show at the Chelsea Center of the Nassau County Office of Cultural Development, where she receives the first place Peacock Showcase Award.
Ms. Faegenburg’s work is reviewed by Sheridan Sanseguendo in the East Hampton Star.
Ms. Faegenburg takes part in the Florence Biennale in Florence, Italy for the third time.
Ms. Faegenburg holds solo shows at the Graphic Eye Gallery in Port Washington, New York and Viridian Artists Inc. in Chelsea, New York.