Vasia Deliyianni is a curator, educator, museum specialist, and practicing artist based in Washington, DC, and working internationally.
She is presently curating transatlantic exhibitions and teaching at George Mason University (GMU) and The University of District of Columbia (UDC).
She has taught and worked in Europe, USA, Africa and Latin America, including as a curator for the World Bank, in Washington, DC and exhibition/lighting designer and museum specialist at the Smithsonian Institute, The National Gallery of Art, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Sakler Gallery, Renwick Gallery, National Archives, National Air and Space Museum, Portrait Gallery and numerous embassies and museums in Washington, DC. She also worked as a curator at the B. & E. Goulandris Museum of Modern Art, in Greece.
She has double BFAs in Painting and Art History from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston, and a double an MFA in Museum Studies and Exhibition/Lighting Design from George Washington University in Washington, DC. She is committed to “using art and design as another key to communication for understanding”, and “art for conflict resolution”, promoting world peace and development.