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The University of Delaware is pleased to introduce Natalija Mijatović as the chair of the Department of Art and Design.
Mijatović joins UD from Binghamton University, SUNY, where she was a professor of painting and served terms as chair of the Faculty Senate and chair of the Department of Art and Design. She received her master of fine arts in painting from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in 2000, and her bachelor of fine arts from the University of Montenegro in 1997.
Mijatović has exhibited internationally in solo and invitational exhibits, such as the National Gallery of Serbia, CUE Art Foundation in New York; Museum of American Art, Philadelphia; Moderne Kunst Aus Montenegro - Stephansdom, Vienna, Austria; and Utopia Station at the 50th Venice Biennial, Italy. She has received many awards, including faculty excellence awards and the Center For Contemporary Art Award in Podgorica, Montenegro.
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