Key Note Speaker, Johns Hopkins Univerisity Center for Talented Youth Family Academic Programs, 2008-2010 Creative Connections Series at The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, MD.
Mural Projects, Working with students that have an interest in ancient Egypt to produce a 4' x 8 'Egyptian style mural. 2001 - Present.
Young Audiences of Maryland, From 1998-2008 Richard Deurer worked with Maryland's premier arts-in education organization. By bring an Egyptian slide lecture and workshops to the school children of Maryland.
Key Note Speaker, Towson State University, Towson, MD Sumer Peace Camp, July 10, 2002
Creative Arts Guild, Eight pieces on display in a show entitled NO MUMMIES The Influence of Ancient Egypt on Contemporary Art and Culture. Dalton, GA October 10 - December 15, 2000
Dundalk Gallery, College Community Center, Two pieces on display in a show entitled Crossings: the Arts Reflecting Egypt. Dundalk, MD October 24 - November 29, 2000
Key Note Speaker, Midway Elementary, Lexington, SC. March 15, 1999
Key Note Speaker, Park School Arts Day May 2, 1997 45 minute talk, followed by two 1 hour workshops
Artist in Residence, Park School, Brooklandville, MD. March 1997
Strathmore Hall Arts Center, The Graceland Papyrus receives Juror's Equal Award in Scaled to Art, a show featuring music as inspiration. Bethesda, MD. June 26 - August 31, 1996.
Juror: James Hilleary
Strathmore Hall Arts Center, Invited to participate in Past to Present, a three person show featuring the imagery of Ancient Egypt. Bethesda, MD. March 8 - April 20, 1996.
Egypt and Art, A web site is designed and maintained on the Internet, 1996- present http://www.egyptartsite.com
Bandaloops, eighteen pieces on display, Baltimore, MD. August - October 1995.
Fell's Point Corner Theatre, eight pieces on display, Baltimore, MD. November- December 1993
The Forum Gallery, Late for Work, 1:47 B.C. Last Call and Bored Room accepted to Wit & Wisdom: Humor In Art, Jamestown, NY. May 19 - June 20, 1992.
Greenbaum Gallery, participated in group exhibit, Fell's Point, MD. April 5 - May 15, 1992.
Dundalk Community College, invited to participate in Drawing Outside the Lines, Dundalk, MD. March 6 - 30, 1992.
Howard Community College, Columbia, MD. February 13 - March 28, 1992. REVIEW
Maryland Art League, two paintings accepted to Juried Show, Johns Hopkins Medical Institution, Baltimore, MD. November - December 1991. Juror: Melvon O. Miller and Dr. Morris B. Green
Strathmore Hall Arts Center, five paintings accepted to Summer Sights, Bethesda, MD. June 13 - July 20, 1991.
Fell's Point Corner Theatre, seven pieces on display, Baltimore, MD. March 1991.
Syrumie Cafe, seven pieces on display, Baltimore, MD. February - March 1991.
Kupchick's, fifteen pieces on display, Lewes, DE. October 1990 - January 1991.
Strathmore Hall Arts Center, Rush Hour received first place Juror's Award in Artery '90, Bethesda, MD. October 18 - November 17, 1990.
Juror: Marlyn A. Zeitlin, Executive Director, Washington D.C. Project for the Arts.
Loyola College, 25th, 26th, 27th, and 31st Annual Outdoor Invitational Art Shows, Baltimore, MD. Autumn `90, `91, `92, and `96
Bandaloops, ten paintings on display, Baltimore, MD. August - October 1990.
Artscape, Bored Room and Rush Hour accepted to Annual Juried Show. Baltimore, MD. July - August 1990.
Juror: Lowery Stokes Sims, Associate Curator in the Dept. of 20th century Art at the Metropolitan Muesum of Art in New York City.
Laurel Art Guild, Ship of Fools and Rush Hour accepted to Annual Juried Show, Laurel, MD. March 1990
Space Telescope Science Institute, one man exhibition Times and Spaces, Baltimore, MD. September 1 - October 31, 1989.
Essex Community College, Essex, MD. June 5 - July 2, 1989.
New Jersey Center For Visual Arts, First Brunch accepted to Juried Show '89, Summit, NJ. January 22-February 23, 1989. Juror:David Pease, Dean and Professor of Painting, Yale School of Art at Yale University, New Haven CT.
Park School Admissions Gallery, Brooklandville, MD. November 1 - 30, 1988.
Montpelier Cultural Arts Center, winner of the Library Gallery Competition and Honorarium, Laurel, MD. May 1 - May 31, 1988.
Baltimore County Courts Building, Towson, MD. June 1 - 30, 1987.
Maryland-National Capital Parks and Planning Commission, received Honorable Mention, Artist Today Touring exhibit, Humor, Wit, and Wimsy. Washington, D.C. and surrounding areas. November 1986 - March 1987.
Juror: Benard T. Reilly, Curator of Popular and Applied Graphic Art at the Library of Congress.
Foodscape, annual group exhibit, Mount Royal Tavern, Baltimore, MD. July 1984 -1996.
Guest Speaker, develop and present lessons on ancient Egypt;
Loyola High School, Towson, MD, annually since 1992 - 1998.
Notre Dame Prep, Towson, MD, annually since 1992 - 1999.
Peters Elementary School in Slatington, PA, January 1997
Nottingham Elementary School in Arlington, VA, January 1997
Arlington Arts Center, selected for a critique in the Critic In Residence program, Arlington, VA. February 1990.
The Smithsonian Institute, five scale models built while employed by Dimensional Productions toured thirteen cities.
Baltimore Museum Of Art, nominated for consideration to the Maryland Invitational 89.
Baltimore Magazine, freelance drawing for September issue, Baltimore, MD. September, 1987.
Stewart Selections, freelance work, developed corporate logo designs, Baltimore, MD. August,1987.
Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology, invited to participate in a show entitled Egyptomania: From Memphis to Memphis, Memphis State University, TN. Funding cut, Canceled.
Limited Edition Prints, Six paintings published as lithographic prints. Two in November 1990; two more in April 1992; with two additional paintings published as prints in August 1996. These prints reside in 35 states and 9 countries.
Private Collections, thirty-five original paintings currently reside in private collections in the US and Canada, three of these works were commissioned pieces.