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Kim Stringfellow

Photographer from United States of America

Kim Stringfellow is an American artist, educator, and photographer based out of Joshua Tree, California. She is an associate professor at the San Diego State School of Art, Design, and Art History and received her MFA in Art and Technology from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She has been featured on KPBS-FM and in the New York Times. Stringfellow received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Academy of Art College in San Francisco in 1988. She graduated with distinction and appreciation. A collection of her photographs entitled Photographic Constructions, was displayed at the Morphos Gallery in San Francisco in 1994. The collection explored personal narratives and addressed spirituality and feminist issues through art history. Stringfellow's The Charmed Horizon was selected for exhibit at the School of Visual Arts as part of the Seventh New York Digital Salon and the technOasis: ArtSite in 1999. During this same year, it was chosen as the Best-Art related site at the 2nd Annual South by Southwest Interactive Web Competition. In the year 2000, Stringfellow received her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. The next year, she became an assistant professor  ( Wikipedia article )

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Nationality
United States of America
Profession
Photographer

Education

Institution From To
School of the Art Institute of Chicago

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