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Daniela Fifi


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"You can't use up Creativity. The more you use,  the more you have."  

                                                             Maya Angelou 

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Dr. Daniela Fifi, Ed.D has worked as an arts administrator, arts educator, and a curator in galleries and museums in the United States and the Caribbean. She is a doctoral graduate in Art and Art Education at Teachers College, Columbia University and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Pratt Institute, New York and a Master of Arts in Art Gallery and Museum Studies from the University of Manchester, UK. Daniela has been awarded several fellowships and awards during her career including the New York State Assembly - Caribbean Life Impact Award, The Museum Education Research Fellowship at the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Samuel H. Kress Interpretive Fellowship at The Miriam and Ira D Wallach Art Gallery at Columbia University. She has taught art education, world art history, and human development in the arts at The City College of New York and New Jersey City University. She serves on the editorial board of ViewFinder: Reflecting on Museum Education E-Journal,  Art Education the official journal of the National Art Education Association, and is currently the Managing Editor of Small Axe Visualities: A Caribbean Platform for Criticism, a project of the Small Axe Journal (Duke University Press). In her spare time Daniela enjoys listening to music and being in nature.

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