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Joan Livingstone Edit Profile

artist , art educator

Joan Livingstone, American art educator, artist. Fellow Individual Artists fellow, National Education Association, 1987, 1990, Artists fellow, Illinois Art Council, 1990, 2000, Tiffany Foundation, 1989. Active member Artemesia Gallery, Chicago, 1985—1991; Fellow: American Craft Council; member: American Civil Liberties Union, College Art Association, Amnesty International.

Background

Livingstone, Joan was born on May 29, 1948 in Portland, Oregon, United States. Daughter of Ernest Tucker and Marsha Bates Livingstone.

Education

Bachelor, Portland State University, 1972. Master of Fine Arts, Cranbrook Academy Art, 1974.

Career

Assistant professor Kansas City Art Ints., Missouri, 1976—1980. Head artist in residence Cranbrook Academy Art, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, 1980—1982. Professor School of Art Institute Chicago, since 1983.

Visiting lecturer Maine College Art, Portland, 2001.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Represented in permanent collections Metropolitan Museum Art, Detroit Institute Art, Museum Contemporary Art Chicago, Boise Museum Art, Dennos Art Center, Michigan.

Membership

Active member Artemesia Gallery, Chicago, 1985—1991. Fellow: American Craft Council. Member: American Civil Liberties Union, College Art Association, Amnesty International.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading.

Connections

father:
Ernest Tucker

mother:
Marsha Bates Livingstone