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art educator

Margaret Mary Stratton, American art educator. Achievements include research on the effects of media on stereotypes in United States/television/Film. Member Society Photographic Education (board directors 1991-1995), College Art Association (1st chair Gay Caucus 1990-1993).

Background

Stratton, Margaret Mary was born on November 12, 1953 in Seattle, Washington, United States. Daughter of Harold Wesley and Veronica Margaret (Weber) Stratton.

Education

Bachelor in Media Studies, Evergreen State College, Olympia, Washington, 1977. Master of Arts in Photography, University New Mexico, 1983. Master of Fine Arts in Photography, University New Mexico, 1985.

Career

Teacher, U. New Mexico, Albuquerque, 1983-1985; artist-in-residence, Washington State Arts Commission, U. Puget Sound, Tacoma, 1985; artist-in-residence, Yakima (Wash) Elementary School District, 1985; staff adjunct faculty, Evergreen State College, Olympia, 1985-1986; assistant professor art, U. Iowa, Iowa City, 1986-1992; associate professor, U. Iowa, Iowa City, since 1993. Visiting professor Cornish College Art, Seattle, 1991-1992, The Art Institute of Chicago Chicago, 1992-1993. Advisor National Education Association regional Intermedia Arts/Minnesota, Minneapolis, 1991.

Juror Women in Dirs. Chair, Chicago, 1993.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research on the effects of media on stereotypes in United States/television/Film.

Works

Membership

Member Society Photographic Education (board directors 1991-1995), College Art Association (1st chair Gay Caucus 1990-1993).

Connections

father:
Harold Wesley Stratton

mother:
Veronica Margaret (Weber) Stratton