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art educator

Christin Joy Mamiya, American Art educator. Member College Art Association, American Studies Association, Pacific Arts Association.

Background

Mamiya, Christin Joy was born on December 15, 1955 in St. Louis. Daughter of Richard Tsuruo and Hazel Miyoko (Ikenaga) Mamiya.

Education

Student, University Hawaii, 1973-1975; student, Stanford University, 1975; AB with honors, Yale University, 1977; Master of Arts, University of California at Los Angeles, 1982; Doctor of Philosophy, University of California at Los Angeles, 1987.

Career

Assistant professor, U. Nebraska-Lincoln, 1987-1993; assistant dean, U. Nebraska-Lincoln, 1992-1994; associate professor, U. Nebraska-Lincoln, 1993-1998; professor, U. Nebraska-Lincoln, since 1998. Adjunct curator contemporary art Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, Lincoln, since 1995. Advisory board K-12 visual and performing arts curriculum frameworks Nebraska State Board Education, 1993-1997.

Membership

Member College Art Association, American Studies Association, Pacific Arts Association.

Connections

father:
Richard Tsuruo Mamiya

mother:
Hazel Miyoko (Ikenaga) Mamiya