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Wendy Frances Lang, American Artist, photographer. Member Society for Photographic Education, Friends of Photography, Center for CreativePhotography, International Center for Photography (New York City), Museum of Photography.

Background

Lang, Wendy Frances was born on February 15, 1938 in Cleveland. Daughter of H. Jack and Frances (Wise) Language.

Education

Bachelor, Antioch College, 1961; Master of Arts, Stanford University, 1963; student, Colegio de Mexico, Mexico City, 1962; student, Institute des Hautes Etudes, Paris, 1964-1965.

Career

Associate film producer Richard Kaplan Productions, Incorporated, New York York City, 1966. Human resource specialist Community Development Agency, Project Head Start, 1966-1968. Administrative associate Model Cities Committee, Office of Mayor, 1968.

Technical assistant Volt Technology Corporation, since 1968. Photographer self-employed Juniper Images, 1969-1979. Teacher photography Los Angeles City College Community Services, 1979-1982.

Coordinator The Photography Museum, Los Angeles, 1980-1981. Interpreter Pasadena City College Hearing Impaired Program, 1981-1983. Freelance interpreter Los Angeles, since 1984.

Freelance photographer Nonstock, New York City, since 1984. Board directors Cameravision, chair grants committee 1976-1977, activities committee (artists' hotseat), 1978-1979. Board directors Los Angeles Center for Photographic Studies, 1979-1982.

Board directors, coordinator International Theatre Festival XV World Games for the Deaf, Los Angeles, 1983-1985. Board directors, Second vice president Southern California Recreation Association of the Deaf, 1983-1987. Board directors, secretary-treasurer Self-Actualization Institute for the Deaf, since 1983, board directors, treasurer Damien Project, Los Angeles, 1990-1991.

Represented by Picture Arts, since 1996.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Exhibited works in one-person show at Cleveland Playhouse Gallery. Group exhibitions include Soho/Cameraworks, Los Angeles, Friends of Photography, Carmel, Steps into Space, Los Angeles, Butler Institute American Art, Youngstown, Ohio, Status Gallery, Los Angeles, Clarence Kennedy Gallery, Cambridge, Mss., others.

      Works featured in publications including Wolf Magazine of Letters, Minolta Contact Sheet, Hispanic American Report, Worldmark Encyclopedia. (recording album) Communication Arts, 1974.

Membership

Member Society for Photographic Education, Friends of Photography, Center for CreativePhotography, International Center for Photography (New York City), Museum of Photography.

Connections

father:
H. Jack Language

mother:
Frances (Wise) Language