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BILLIE LEE
Lecturer
Office Room 220 / 808.956.5265 / blee7@hawaii.edu
RESEARCH AREAS – contemporary art and visual politics, critical pedagogy, diasporic cultural production

BIO
Billie Lee is an interdisciplinary artist and scholar whose work encompasses drawing, video, painting, performance, installation, and writings on art and culture. Her visual work has been shown in New York, San Francisco, Berlin, Seoul, Barcelona, and Hallein, Austria, with awards including the Daisy Soros Prize for Fine Arts and a Fulbright Fellowship to South Korea. Lee also recently directed and produced the documentary film, Moving Home (2012), which premiered at the Hawai‛i International Film Festival in 2012. She has taught at the University of New Haven, Yale University Art Gallery, and the Queens Museum. She is currently pursuing a PhD in American Studies at the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa.

EDUCATION
MFA – Yale University
BFA – Rhode Island School of Design

COURSES TAUGHT
ART 302 (Theory and Criticism of Art)

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