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Eileen Susan Kane, American Artist. Chairperson undoing racism committee Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, 1989-1990.

Background

Kane, Eileen Susan was born on August 16, 1945 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of Arthur Helmàn and Joyce (Màrksmàn) Cohen.

Education

AB, Smith College, 1967. Master of Science, Harvard University, 1969. Doctor of Philosophy, Harvard University, 1972.

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Pacific Northwest College Art, 1987.

Career

Associate professor anatomy University Massachusetts Medical Center, Worcester, 1977-1980, Oregon Health Science, Portland, 1980-1986. Instructor figure painting and drawing City of Portland Parks and Recreation Bureau, 1986-1999. Member faculty continuing education Pacific Northwest College of Art, 1990-1999.

Owner, director Eskart: Kane Studio, Joseph Press, Portland, since 1988. Instructor drawing and painting Pacific Northwest College Arts, 1990-1999, Regional Arts and Culture Council, Portland, since 1996, Art Institute Portland, since 1999. Volunteer, consultant, creator set designs, organizer art activities Alameda Elementary School, Portland, 1986-1995, member local school action committee, 1987-1990.

Membership

Chairperson undoing racism committee Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, 1989-1990.

Connections

Married Joseph Alan Kane, May 28, 1972. Children: Benjamin Charles, Rebecca Annual.

father:
Arthur Helmàn Cohen

mother:
Joyce (Màrksmàn) Cohen

spouse:
Joseph Alan Kane

children:
Rebecca Annual Kane

Benjamin Charles Kane