MARION CADORA

MARION CADORA

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MARION CADORA
Lecturer
Office Krauss 002 / 808-956-7198 / mcadora@hawaii.edu
RESEARCH AREAS – global art history, museum studies, art of the Pacific Islands and the democratization of information, collection management and preservation practices

BIO
For the past ten years Marion Cadora has been working with contemporary artists from around the Asia-Pacific region and has produced museum programming focused on collaborative community engagements. Currently she is the Assistant Curator of the John Young Museum of Art where she manages student research, exhibitions, collection management, outreach, and has a strong interest in engaging art education in a museum context. Previously Marion worked as a researcher and educator at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the University of Goroka in Papua New Guinea.

EDUCATION
MA- Art History, University of Hawai’i, Mānoa
BA-Art History and Visual Culture, UC Santa Cruz

RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS (EXHIBITION/PUBLICATION/AWARDS)
Cosmopolitanism and a New Generation of Art in Papua New Guinea. Pasifika Contemporary Research Topics, November 2012
Art of Pax Jakupa. Pacific Arts Association Blog, October 1, 2012
East-West Center Graduate Degree Fellowship, East-West Center, Honolulu Hawai‘i, 2009-2011

COURSES TAUGHT
ART 175A (Survey of Global Art I, Honors Program)
ART 176A (Survey of Global Art II, Honors Program)
ART 400B Art Museums and Preservation Practices