Chi Jang Yin (殷子静; born in Guangzhou, China, 1973) is an American photographer, filmmaker, and educator. When Yin was five, just two years after the end of the Chinese Cultural Revolution, her family relocated to Hong Kong, Taiwan, Canada, and later moved to the United States. Her work comments on past and present Chinese culture with themes such as displacement, alienation, the absence of representation, and memory in narrative. Yin received her BFA and MFA at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1998 and in 2000. She is a trained Diversity Equity and Inclusion Leader from the Wellesley Centers for Women at Wellesley College, and earned a certificate in Negotiation for Professionals Program at Northwestern University. Currently, Yin is the Head of Photography and Media Art, and a

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  • Chi Jang Yin (殷子静; born in Guangzhou, China, 1973) is an American photographer, filmmaker, and educator. When Yin was five, just two years after the end of the Chinese Cultural Revolution, her family relocated to Hong Kong, Taiwan, Canada, and later moved to the United States. Her work comments on past and present Chinese culture with themes such as displacement, alienation, the absence of representation, and memory in narrative. Yin received her BFA and MFA at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1998 and in 2000. She is a trained Diversity Equity and Inclusion Leader from the Wellesley Centers for Women at Wellesley College, and earned a certificate in Negotiation for Professionals Program at Northwestern University. Currently, Yin is the Head of Photography and Media Art, and an associate professor at the Department of Art, Media, and Design at DePaul University. (en)
  • Chi Jang Yin (殷子静; born in Guangzhou, China, 1973) is an American filmmaker, photographer, and educator. Yin is most known for her artworks commenting on the past and the present Chinese culture with themes such as displacement, alienation, the absence of representation, and the narrative memory. When Yin was five, just two years after the end of the Chinese Cultural Revolution, her family relocated to Hong Kong, Taiwan, Canada, and later moved to the United States. Yin received her BFA and MFA at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She is a trained Diversity Equity and Inclusion Leader from the Wellesley Centers for Women at Wellesley College. Currently, Yin is the Head of Photography and Media Art, and an associate professor at the Department of Art, Media, and Design at DePaul University. (en)
  • Chi Jang Yin (殷子静; born in Guangzhou, China, 1973) is an American filmmaker, photographer, and educator. Yin is most known for her artworks commenting on the past and the present Chinese culture with themes such as displacement, alienation, the absence of representation, and the narrative memory. When Yin was five, just two years after the end of the Chinese Cultural Revolution, her family relocated to Hong Kong, Taiwan, Canada, and later moved to the United States. She is a trained Diversity Equity and Inclusion Leader from the Wellesley Centers for Women at Wellesley College. Currently, Yin is the Head of Photography and Media Art, and an associate professor at the Department of Art, Media, and Design at DePaul University. (en)
  • Chi Jang Yin (殷子静; born in Guangzhou, China, 1973) is an American filmmaker, photographer, and educator. Yin is most known for her artworks commenting on the past and the present Chinese culture with themes such as displacement, alienation, the absence of representation, and the narrative memory. When Yin was five, just two years after the end of the Chinese Cultural Revolution, her family relocated to Hong Kong, Taiwan, Canada, and later moved to the United States. She is a trained Diversity Leader at The National SEED Project on Inclusive Curriculum, founded by Peggy McIntosh. Currently, Yin is the Head of Photography and Media Art, and an associate professor at the Department of Art, Media, and Design at DePaul University. (en)
  • Chi Jang Yin (殷子静; born in Guangzhou, China, 1973) is an American filmmaker, photographer, and educator. Yin is most known for her artworks commenting on the past and the present Chinese culture with themes such as displacement, alienation, the absence of representation, and the narrative memory. When Yin was five, just two years after the end of the Chinese Cultural Revolution, her family relocated to Hong Kong, Taiwan, Canada, and later moved to the United States. She is a trained Diversity Leader at The National SEED Project on Inclusive Curriculum, founded by Peggy McIntosh. Currently, Yin is the Head of Photography and Media Art, and an associate professor at the Department of Art, Media, and Design at DePaul University. (en)
  • Chi Jang Yin (殷子静; born in Guangzhou, China, 1973) is an American filmmaker, photographer, and educator. Yin is most known for her artworks commenting on the past and the present Chinese culture with themes such as displacement, alienation, the absence of representation, and the narrative memory. When Yin was five, just two years after the end of the Chinese Cultural Revolution, her family relocated to Hong Kong, Taiwan, Canada, and later moved to the United States. Yin is a trained Diversity Leader at The National SEED Project on Inclusive Curriculum, founded by Peggy McIntosh. Currently, Yin is the Head of Photography and Media Art, and an associate professor at the Department of Art, Media, and Design at DePaul University. (en)
  • Chi Jang Yin (殷子静; born in Guangzhou, China, 1973) is an American filmmaker, photographer, and educator. Yin is most known for her artworks commenting on the past and the present Chinese culture with themes such as displacement, alienation, the absence of representation, and the narrative memory. When Yin was five, just two years after the end of the Chinese Cultural Revolution, her family relocated to Hong Kong, Taiwan, Canada, and later moved to the United States. Yin is a trained Diversity Leader at The National SEED Project on Inclusive Curriculum, founded by Peggy McIntosh. Currently, Yin is the Head of Photography and Media Art, and an associate professor at the Department of Art, Media, and Design at DePaul University. (en)
  • Chi Jang Yin (殷子静; born in Guangzhou, China, 1973) is an American filmmaker, photographer, and educator. Yin is most known for her artworks commenting on the past and the present Chinese culture with themes such as displacement, alienation, the absence of representation, and the narrative memory. When Yin was five, just two years after the end of the Chinese Cultural Revolution, her family relocated to Hong Kong, Taiwan, Canada, and later moved to the United States. Yin is a trained Diversity Leader at The National SEED Project on Inclusive Curriculum, founded by Peggy McIntosh. Currently, Yin is the Head of Photography and Media Art, and an associate professor at the Department of Art, Media, and Design at DePaul University. Yin is named the 2020-2021 Presidential Faculty Fellow at DePaul University. (en)
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  • Chi Jang Yin (殷子静; born in Guangzhou, China, 1973) is an American photographer, filmmaker, and educator. When Yin was five, just two years after the end of the Chinese Cultural Revolution, her family relocated to Hong Kong, Taiwan, Canada, and later moved to the United States. Her work comments on past and present Chinese culture with themes such as displacement, alienation, the absence of representation, and memory in narrative. Yin received her BFA and MFA at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1998 and in 2000. She is a trained Diversity Equity and Inclusion Leader from the Wellesley Centers for Women at Wellesley College, and earned a certificate in Negotiation for Professionals Program at Northwestern University. Currently, Yin is the Head of Photography and Media Art, and a (en)
  • Chi Jang Yin (殷子静; born in Guangzhou, China, 1973) is an American filmmaker, photographer, and educator. Yin is most known for her artworks commenting on the past and the present Chinese culture with themes such as displacement, alienation, the absence of representation, and the narrative memory. When Yin was five, just two years after the end of the Chinese Cultural Revolution, her family relocated to Hong Kong, Taiwan, Canada, and later moved to the United States. Yin received her BFA and MFA at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She is a trained Diversity Equity and Inclusion Leader from the Wellesley Centers for Women at Wellesley College. Currently, Yin is the Head of Photography and Media Art, and an associate professor at the Department of Art, Media, and Design at DePaul U (en)
  • Chi Jang Yin (殷子静; born in Guangzhou, China, 1973) is an American filmmaker, photographer, and educator. Yin is most known for her artworks commenting on the past and the present Chinese culture with themes such as displacement, alienation, the absence of representation, and the narrative memory. When Yin was five, just two years after the end of the Chinese Cultural Revolution, her family relocated to Hong Kong, Taiwan, Canada, and later moved to the United States. She is a trained Diversity Equity and Inclusion Leader from the Wellesley Centers for Women at Wellesley College. Currently, Yin is the Head of Photography and Media Art, and an associate professor at the Department of Art, Media, and Design at DePaul University. (en)
  • Chi Jang Yin (殷子静; born in Guangzhou, China, 1973) is an American filmmaker, photographer, and educator. Yin is most known for her artworks commenting on the past and the present Chinese culture with themes such as displacement, alienation, the absence of representation, and the narrative memory. When Yin was five, just two years after the end of the Chinese Cultural Revolution, her family relocated to Hong Kong, Taiwan, Canada, and later moved to the United States. She is a trained Diversity Leader at The National SEED Project on Inclusive Curriculum, founded by Peggy McIntosh. Currently, Yin is the Head of Photography and Media Art, and an associate professor at the Department of Art, Media, and Design at DePaul University. (en)
  • Chi Jang Yin (殷子静; born in Guangzhou, China, 1973) is an American filmmaker, photographer, and educator. Yin is most known for her artworks commenting on the past and the present Chinese culture with themes such as displacement, alienation, the absence of representation, and the narrative memory. When Yin was five, just two years after the end of the Chinese Cultural Revolution, her family relocated to Hong Kong, Taiwan, Canada, and later moved to the United States. She is a trained Diversity Leader at The National SEED Project on Inclusive Curriculum, founded by Peggy McIntosh. Currently, Yin is the Head of Photography and Media Art, and an associate professor at the Department of Art, Media, and Design at DePaul University. (en)
  • Chi Jang Yin (殷子静; born in Guangzhou, China, 1973) is an American filmmaker, photographer, and educator. Yin is most known for her artworks commenting on the past and the present Chinese culture with themes such as displacement, alienation, the absence of representation, and the narrative memory. When Yin was five, just two years after the end of the Chinese Cultural Revolution, her family relocated to Hong Kong, Taiwan, Canada, and later moved to the United States. Yin is a trained Diversity Leader at The National SEED Project on Inclusive Curriculum, founded by Peggy McIntosh. Currently, Yin is the Head of Photography and Media Art, and an associate professor at the Department of Art, Media, and Design at DePaul University. (en)
  • Chi Jang Yin (殷子静; born in Guangzhou, China, 1973) is an American filmmaker, photographer, and educator. Yin is most known for her artworks commenting on the past and the present Chinese culture with themes such as displacement, alienation, the absence of representation, and the narrative memory. When Yin was five, just two years after the end of the Chinese Cultural Revolution, her family relocated to Hong Kong, Taiwan, Canada, and later moved to the United States. Yin is a trained Diversity Leader at The National SEED Project on Inclusive Curriculum, founded by Peggy McIntosh. Currently, Yin is the Head of Photography and Media Art, and an associate professor at the Department of Art, Media, and Design at DePaul University. (en)
  • Chi Jang Yin (殷子静; born in Guangzhou, China, 1973) is an American filmmaker, photographer, and educator. Yin is most known for her artworks commenting on the past and the present Chinese culture with themes such as displacement, alienation, the absence of representation, and the narrative memory. When Yin was five, just two years after the end of the Chinese Cultural Revolution, her family relocated to Hong Kong, Taiwan, Canada, and later moved to the United States. Yin is a trained Diversity Leader at The National SEED Project on Inclusive Curriculum, founded by Peggy McIntosh. Currently, Yin is the Head of Photography and Media Art, and an associate professor at the Department of Art, Media, and Design at DePaul University. Yin is named the 2020-2021 Presidential Faculty Fellow at DePaul (en)
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