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Sue Yang, Chinese artist. Recipient award of excellence Forte Cup 20th Century Asian-Pacific Art Competition, Washington, District of Columbia, 1999, 2nd prize Newton Art Association, 1998. Painting juror Newton's Festival of Arts/mayor's office, 1997. Member Chinese Calligraphy Association (vice president 1993-1995).

Background

Yang, Sue was born on August 26, 1955 in Taipei, Taiwan. Daughter of Quei-Tzeng Yang and Jeng Yuan Liu.

Education

Bachelor, National Taiwan University, 1977. Master of Arts, Ohio State University, 1979. Diploma, School Museum Fine Arts, Boston, 2001.

Master of Fine Arts, Tufts U./School Museum Fine Arts, Boston, 2004.

Career

Art educator, Boston, since 1994. Member painting faculty School Museum of Fine Arts, since 1996. Gallery instructor of western and Asian arts Museum of Fine Arts, 1995-1999, gallery instructor associate, since 1999.

Art educated School of Museum of Fine Arts, 2003. Lecturer, demonstrator Bennington College, Vermont, 1998, Middlebury College, Vermont, 1997, 99. Demonstrator Harvard University, Boston, 1997.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Masterpieces by the Chinese-American Artist, 1999. Works featured Always Bright: Paintings by Chinese American Artists 1970-1999, 1999. 8 solo exhibitions, including Brussels, Hong Kong, and Boston.

      Numerous United States and international group exhibitions, including Museum Fine Arts, Boston, Art Space, New Haven, Connecticut, Landschafts Gallery, Hamburg, Germany, National Museum Manila, Philipines, Massachusetts College Art, Boston.

Membership

Painting juror Newton's Festival of Arts/mayor's office, 1997. Member Chinese Calligraphy Association (vice president 1993-1995).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, gardening, reading, museums.

Connections

Children: Olivia Hsin, Ronald Hsin.

father:
Quei-Tzeng Yang

mother:
Jeng Yuan Liu

children:
Olivia Hsin Yang

Ronald Hsin Yang