Lisa Link has a lifelong dedication for historic research and visual analysis. She was recognized for her work with an election to the Phi Beta Kappa society of Harvard University in 1985. In 1992, Ms. Link received her M.F.A. in photography from the University of Colorado, Boulder. For the last thirteen years, Ms. Link has been creating and exhibiting a series of computer montages and video titled “Warnings” which examines critical issues in women’s history. The “Warnings” national tour includes over forty galleries and educational institutions in fourteen states including the Women’s Building in San Francisco, Artspace Gallery at The University of Virginia, the Joseph Gross Gallery at the University of Arizona and the New York University Law School.

Empowering all young people to be media creators, rather than just consumers, is a passion that influenced Ms. Link’s choice of employment. In Pittsburgh, she spent five years teaching digital imaging and designing curriculum at Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild. In 1998, Ms. Link moved the founding faculty at the Boston Arts Academy, the city’s first public high school for the visual and performing arts. She initiated a two-year student public art project where students designed community-orientated posters that were displayed inside Boston subway trains.

Lisa currently works as a web designer for the University of Massachusetts Boston.

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