TITLE

Maya Lin

AUTHOR(S)
Lobb, Nancy
PUB. DATE
January 2008
SOURCE
16 Extraordinary Asian Americans, 2nd Edition;2008, p20
SOURCE TYPE
Biography
DOC. TYPE
Biography
ABSTRACT
A biography of Chinese-American artist and architect Maya Lin is presented. She was born in 1959 in Athens, Ohio to parents who taught at Ohio University. Lin majored in both sculpture and architecture at Yale University. In 1980, she won a nationwide contest held to design the Vietnam Veterans Memorial to be built in Washington, D.C.
ACCESSION #
36544533

 

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