Lorraine Kypiotis holds a Master of Arts degree from the University of Sydney in
Renaissance Studies and is currently engaged in a Doctor of Philosophy in Art
History at the University of Sydney with a strong focus on the function of
artefacts within art academies and institutions. Her research interests
also include Women in Art, Museology and 19th century Australian Art
History. Lorraine is also a frequent
and popular guest lecturer at the AGNSW and is a regular guest on ABC Radio
National’s Nightlife program.
As the Education Outreach Coordinator at the National Art School, Lorraine is passionate about art, education and history. She is an experienced educator who has taught in both the secondary and tertiary sectors and has been lecturing in the Department of Art History and Theory at the National Art School since 1997. High on her list of priorities is regional and national engagement with the high school sector. She runs a number of programs, both inbound and outbound, which, as well as promoting the scope of ongoing tertiary study in art at the National Art School, foster the building of skills, knowledge and values in the fine arts.