Elizabeth A. “Lisa” Goddard was co-founder of Studio Goddard Partridge, which operated from 1999 to 2018 as a studio for printmaker artists in Pawtucket, RI. She was the executive director of the nationally accredited Newport Art Museum from 2008-2015. She has taught painting, drawing, journaling and printmaking. Goddard has juried numerous exhibits and has appeared on radio and television programs on the arts. Her work is in public and private collections including Smithsonian American History Print Collection; Fidelity Investments; Berkshire Partners; Royal Caribbean Cruise Ships; New Britain Museum of American Art; Newport Art Museum; Boston Athenaeum; University of Connecticut; Fairfield University; Wheaton College and Slater Museum.
Goddard worked in her early adult life in radio and television both on-air and in the studio in Syracuse, NY, Denver, CO, Middlebury and Burlington, VT and Boston, MA. Among the first women to become members of studio crews and on-air personalities, Ms. Goddard won a New England Emmy Award as Associate Producer of “Miller’s Court”, WCVB-TV.