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artist , art educator

Margaret Anna MacKichan, American Artist, art educator. Recipient 1st prize photography Mademoiselle Magazine, 1970, Vreeland award University Nebraska, 1970, Artist grant Nebraska Arts Council/Nebraska Committee on Humanities, 1978, Artist fellowship Mid-American Arts Alliance, 1983. Fellow Center for Great Plains Study; member Society for Photographic Education, Scottish Society Artists.

Background

MacKichan, Margaret Anna was born on February 27, 1948 in Charleston, West Virginia, United States. Daughter of Kenneth Allen and Lois Alma (Deyton) MacK.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts, University Nebraska, 1970. Master of Arts, University New Mexico, 1974. Master of Fine Arts, University New Mexico, 1977.

Career

Associate, Volunteers in Service to America, Kentucky, 1966-1967;photographer, Kentucky, 1968-1977;photographer, Nebraska, 1978-1980;photographer, Hebrides, Scotland, 1980-1987;photographer, Rosebud (South Dakot) Reservation, 1987-1992;founding director, Sinte Gleska U. The Art Institute of Chicago, Rosebud, since 1987. Curatorial intern International Museum of Photography, George Eastman House, Rochester, New York, 1971-1972. Artist-in-community Western Nebraska Art Center, Scottsbluff, 1978-1989.

Instructor Nebraska Western College, Scottsbluff, 1978-1979. Visiting professor Nebraska Wesleyan University, Lincoln, 1980-1987. Participant Annual Plains Indian Seminar, 1987-1992.

Membership

Fellow Center for Great Plains Study. Member Society for Photographic Education, National American Art Studies Association, Scottish Society Artists.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: walker horses, Lakota arts, Scottish dancing, banjo, bagpipes.

Connections

1 child, Jemma Moccasin.

father:
Kenneth Allen MacK.

mother:
Lois Alma (Deyton) MacK.

child:
Jemma Moccasin MacKichan