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art educator

Eugene Michael Pijanowski, American art educator. Grantee National Endowment for Arts, grantee Japan-United States Friendship Committee. Corporal United States Marine Corps, 1956-1959.

Background

Pijanowski, Eugene Michael was born on October 5, 1938 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Son of Michael and Geneieve Pijanowski.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Arts, Wayne State University, 1967. Master of Fine Arts, Cranbrook Academy Art, 1969. Postgraduate, Tokyo University Art, 1971.

Career

Instructor San Diego State University, 1972-1973. Associate professor Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana, 1973-1981. Professor University Michigan, Ann Arbor, since 1981.

Fulbright fellow Vienna Institute Applied Arts, Austria, 1985.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Exhibited in group shows at National Museum Modern Art, Kyoto, Tokyo, 1984, United States Information Agency Arts American, 1985-1987, Setedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 1994, National Art Gallery, Perth, Australia, 1997, others. Represented in permanent collections Vienna Museum Applied Arts, The Worshipful Company Goldsmiths Hall, London, Cranbrook Art Museum, Michigan, Donner Collection, Munich, National Museum American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, Detroit Institute Art. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Corporal United States Marine Corps, 1956-1959.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Exercise, cooking.

Connections

Married Hiroko Sato, June 1, 1968.

father:
Michael Pijanowski

mother:
Geneieve Pijanowski

spouse:
Hiroko Sato