AboutL. D. Joynes, Ph.D.
- Research Scholar, Art and Education, Columbia University
- International Committee, Collage Arts Association
- Visiting Professor, Renmin University, School of Art, Beijing
- Co-Chair, Young Researchers Conference Mongolia
- US Department of State Sponsored Research Fellow on Arts in Higher Education
- US Public Diplomacy Awardee Mongolia (2014)
- US Public Diplomacy Awardee China (2017)
L. D. Joynes is a research scholar on arts and education at Columbia University in New York and an education specialist for Europe and Asia.
He has directed US Department of State sponsored research on arts in education at the American Center for Mongolian Studies and is 2017 Fulbright-Hays US Public Diplomacy Awardee for cooperation in the arts.He has conducted education research in Europe and Asia and is focused on new program development, joint degrees in the art, Doctoral research in the art, post-doctoral research in the arts.
He has presented at Cambridge University, University of California, Columbia University, National University of Singapore, University of Coventry, UK, University of Lincoln, UK. As 2015 Visiting Fellow at the University of the Arts London (UAL) directed the PhD Master Class at Chelsea College of Art, London. He serves on the Editorial Board of ProjectAnywhere, a journal in Australia and is Fellow, Association of American Geographers, Washington, DC, member of the International Committee, College Arts Association, New York; member of the National Postdoctoral Association, (US) ; and was Co-chair for the Young Researchers Forum Mongolia.
EducationUniversity of Sao Paulo
, Brazil (2015-2017)
Post Doctorate (2017)
Fine Art, Escola de Comunicações e Artes (2017).
Leeds Metropolitan University
- Research on Intercultural collaboration and intermediate performance in Brazil and how artists can explore multiple media including sound, music, movement and poetry.
- Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Jose Batista Dal Farra, Director, Department of Performance Arts, University of Sao Paulo.
, Leeds, UK
Doctor of Philosophy
Musashino Art University
- Doctoral Thesis on models for intercultural collaboration in the arts.
- Supervision: Chris Bloor, Derek Horton, Ph.D.; Geoff Teasdale, Ph.D.
- Archive research conducted as Visiting Scholar in Art and Philosophy, Columbia University, New York.
Masters in Fine Art
Goldsmiths, University of London
- Monbusho Scholar (1997-2001)
Specialization in new and traditional art-making techniques. Three-year postgraduate Program in Japanese Sculpture. Supervision: Hisayuki Mogami and Satoru Takada.
, UK (1996-1997)
Master of Arts in Fine Art
Central Saint Martins School of Art, London (1992-1996)
- Specialization in critical theory and contemporary art. Supervisors Gerard Hemsworth, RA, Michael Craig-Martin.
University of the Arts London (UAL)
Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours)
California State University
- Specialization in sculpture and critical theory.
- King Sturge Price for Sculpture (London)
, San Luis Obispo, CA 1988-1989
Masters in Business Administration
Boston University & Vrije Universiteit Brussel
- Specialized in international strategy and research.
- Financial modeling for energy resource exploration (Credit Lyonnais). Published research in knowledge and technology transfer, Pan-Pacific Conference, Seoul, South Korea, Dankook University Press (1990).
, Brussels, Belgium
Master of Science in Management, 1987
- Joint-degree Vrije Universiteit Brussels Faculty of Economic & Social Sciences, Brussels).
- Specialization in international management, competitive intelligence.
Bachelor of Arts in History, Cum Laude
National Cheng Kung University
- Phi Alpha Theta Honor Society in History.
, Taiwan (2016)
Taiwan Ministry of Education Language Huayu Scholar in Mandarin Chinese
Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-arts de Paris,
Erasmus Scholar in Sculpture
- Studio of Jean Cardot. New Media Study.