PhD, History of Art, University of the Arts London
MA, Modern and Contemporary Art, California State University Long Beach (Magna Cum Laude)
BA, Studio Art, The Pennsylvania State University
For the last 15+ years, Cindy Lisica has taken her curatorial research and professional work to cities such as Paris, Miami, London, Taipei, Marseille, Berlin, Helsinki, Shanghai, Beijing and Tokyo. In addition to championing artists' careers through gallery shows, she has worked in museums including The Warhol, MOCA Los Angeles, Tate Britain, Tate Modern, and the Menil Collection. She is a scholar on Takashi Murakami and Andy Warhol and regularly presents at international speaking engagements and conferences. As a professor, she has taught at University of Houston, National University (Los Angeles), and University of Pittsburgh, and currently teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses in Art History, Art Appreciation, and Writing About Art at Houston Baptist University. She regularly serves as a guest curator, juror, and speaker at museums, universities and other art institutions.
Some publications are accessible online:
"Fashion Fusions and Disappearing Divisions" Imaginary Japan conference paper at University of Helsinki (2010)
Beyond Consumption: The Art, Merchandise, and Global Impact of Takashi Murakami and a Superflat Generation (2010)