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Millie L. Wilson Edit Profile

artist , educator

Millie L. Wilson, American artist, educator. Recipient California Cultural Affairs grant, City of Los Angeles, 1998; fellow, National Education Association, 1993; grantee, Pollock-Krasner Foundation, 1996. Active in feminist and progressive organizations, Los Angeles, since 1975; Member of College Art Association.

Background

Wilson, Millie L. was born on November 26, 1948 in Hot Springs, Arkansas, United States. Daughter of Wilson Barto and Betty Jane Bearden.

Education

Certified, Yale Summer School Music and Art, 1970. Bachelor of Fine Arts, University Texas, Austin, 1971. Master of Fine Arts, University Houston, 1983.

Career

Senior faculty art California Institute of Arts, Valencia, 1985—2003. Resident artist School of the Art Institute Chicago, since 1998. Panelist, artist National Photographers Gallery, London, 1994, Molteplici Culture, Rome, 1994.

Speaker, artist Seattle Art Museum, 1994. Resident artist California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, 1995—1996, San Francisco State University, 1996. Lecturer visual art University Rochester, 1997.

Member advisory board Silver Lake Film Festival, Los Angeles, 2000. Director program in art California Institute of Arts, Valencia, 1988—1993.

Works

Membership

Active in feminist and progressive organizations, Los Angeles, since 1975. Member of College Art Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Investigation, research, reading, flea markets, writing.

Connections

father:
Wilson Barto

mother:
Betty Jane Bearden