Godollei teaches printmaking and art theory. Working primarily in the media of prints and drawings she incorporates political and social commentary in pieces with ironic humor. She is in a 2-person exhibit at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts MAEP Gallery Aug. 28- Oct. 26, 2008, titled Unconventional Wisdom. She has had a print accepted for the 2008 MN Print Biennial juried national competition. She has twice been commissioned by the Minneapolis Family Housing Fund to create work on the theme of homelessness, now in a touring exhibit. With expertise in all major print processes, Godollei also has research interests in print history, political art, women artists, design, cultural studies and art cars. Godollei's work is in many collections, such as the Belgian Royal Museum of Art, KUMU National Fine Art Museum, Tallinn, Estonia, Polish National Museum of Fine Arts, Poznan, the Croatian National University Library, the Minnesota Historical Society, Rutgers University and the Frederick R. Weisman Museum in Minneapolis. EDUCATION: B.F.A., Indiana University M.F.A., University of Minnesota Godollei has been teaching at Macalester since 1986.
International Feminisms: Divergent Perspectives (responsorial essay), Macalester International (2001)
Circle of Print - print portfolio exhibit, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia (2011)
The Last Island - Macedonian International Printmaking Triennial, Juried International Exhibit, Bitola, Macdeonia (2009)
Winds of Inspiration, Winds of Change - group invitational exhibit, Hillstrom Museum of Art, Gustavus Adolphus College (2009)
Political/Poetical (catalog) : International Triennial of Printmaking, Tallinn, Estonia, KUMU museum (2007)
Hate Breeders - invitational international print portfolio exchange; Bliss Hall Gallery, Youngstown State University (2012)