Bonnie-Lynn Nadzeika

Writer

20 years of experience in writing for regional and national art and history publications, grant writing, and work for local news media.

I have worked in history and art museums in the nonprofit field for more than 20 years. During that time I wrote and published a quarterly newsletter for a local historical society, wrote exhibition text and catalogs, wrote press releases, and wrote pieces for other local history publications. I worked as the interim Communications Manager for a local arts organization writing and distributing press releases and arranging media coverage of events. I have also written history feature articles for national magazines including Jane Austen Knits, Knitting Traditions, and Piecework. I am a regular contributor to Lake Hopatcong News, which features stories related to life on New Jersey's largest lake. I am also the author of Morristown, part of Arcadia Publishing's Images of America Postcard History series. I also have extensive experience writing grants and have secured funding from corporate, foundation, and government agencies on the local, state, and national level. I currently am an adjunct professor at Seton Hall University in their Museum Professions graduate program where I teach Museum Fundraising Fundamentals.
Categories
Content Types
Article, Interview, Press Release
More Information
The College of New Jersey, Bachelor of Arts
Seton Hall University, Master of Arts
Drew University, Certificate in Historic Preservation
United States|English
Publications
N/A

Published Content

6
tapinto.net
Article
Science and Art: Downtown Parking Meter Fees and Lot Term Limits, Public Beautification Debated and Detailed at Summit Council Meeting
April, 19 2018
tapinto.net
Article
Summit Council Hears Proposals for Upgraded Wastewater and Flood Management Infrastructure
July, 13 2018
tapinto.net
Article
Summit Council Gets First Look at Proposed New Firehouse Project
June, 21 2018
arcadiapublishing.com
By Bonnie-Lynn Nadzeika
October, 15 2012
interweave.com
Article
Paul Poiret: Fashion’s Tragic King

Knitting Traditions is an annual publication by Interweave Press, a division of F+W Media. The magazine contains feature articles and knitting patterns that reflect a historical theme. This article in the Fall 2018 issue is part of the larger theme of the Belle Epoque.

August, 30 2018
interweave.com
Glasgow Style: The Art of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Margaret Macdonald

Knitting Traditions is an annual publication by Interweave Press, a division of F+W Media. The magazine contains feature articles and knitting patterns that reflect a historical theme. This article in the Fall 2018 issue is part of the larger theme of the Belle Epoque.

October, 4 2018
© ClearVoice, Inc.