Diane Katsiaficas
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Minneapolis, Minnesota
silk organza, digital image transfer, felt, thread
23.2 x 19 x 22 cm

____Selected exhibitions

  • A Traveler’s Readings, solo exhibition, Katherine Nash Gallery, Minneapolis, 2005
  • Migrations, solo exhibition, Holter Museum of Art, Helena, Montana, 2005
  • Memory as Metaphor, Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota, 2005
  • Olives, solo exhibition, TinT Gallery, Thessaloniki, Greece, 2004
  • Common Treasures, solo exhibition, Mykonos Municipal Gallery, Mykonos, Greece, 2003
  • Migrations, solo exhibition, Diana Gallery, Athens, Greece, 2002
  • Tzedakah, 3rd Prize/Purchase, Minneapolis Institute of Art, 2002
  • visualizing the instincts of migration, American Center, Alexandria, Egypt, 2001

Diane Katsiaficas, born in El Paso, Texas, 1947, teaches at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. She has a BA, 1968, from Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts, a MAT in art education, 1974, and a MFA, 1976, from the University of Washington, Seattle. She received McKnight Research Awards from the University of Minnesota, 1996-1999 and 2003-2006. She was a Fulbright Scholar Artist-in-Residence in Greece in 1990-1991.

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