Kerry Ann Lee
Senior Lecturer, Ngā Pae Māhutonga Wellington School of Design
Kerry Ann Lee is an artist, designer, writer and researcher. As a Senior Lecturer in Design, she teaches Critical and Contextual Studies, Illustration and Visual Communication Design studio papers in the BDes, MDes and MFA programmes. Lee works with diverse communities through collaborative projects and public programmes.
She is also well known for her independent publishing, fanzines and illustration work for over the past 20 years. As a practicing visual artist, Lee regularly exhibits artwork nationally and internationally and has been awarded residencies in China, Taiwan, USA, Mexico and Australia. Art critic Mark Amery describes her work as “feeling at once global and deeply personal”.
Visual Art, Illustration, Graphic Design, Publication Design, Artists’ Books, Fanzines, Collage, Visual Culture, Independent publishing, Punk, archives, Diasporic histories and cultural expressions
2013 – Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Learning & Teaching (Otago Polytechnic)
2012 – Certificate in Mata a Ao Māori (Otago Polytechnic)
2008 – Master of Design (MDes), School of Design (Massey University)
2000 – Bachelor of Design, First Class Honours (Massey University)