Curriclulm Vitae (updated 11/12/2010)


1977 M.F.A, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, Visual Arts (Photography) (major professor Robert Fichter)
1975 B.F.A., Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, Visual Arts (Photography)
1985 Post College Certificate with honors, Sheridan College, Oakville, Ontario, Canada, (Computer Graphics)


1982 - 2006 (24 years), Professor, tenured (Photography and 2-D art), Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio


2007 Governror's Awards for the Arts in Ohio: Tribute to the Ohio Arts Community - Masumi Hayashi (Posthumous), Ohio Arts Council, Columbus, Ohio
2006 Posthumous Honorary Degree, Doctorate of Fine Arts Cleveland State University
2005 Associate Fellow, Asian Studies Department, UCLA, Fall 2005, Los Angeles, California
2003 "Senior Fullbright Research Fellow", Center for International Services and Programs, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio, India and Nepal
2002 "Artist Fellowship in Photography", Ohio Arts Council, Columbus, Ohio
1997 "Research Fellowship," Civil Liberties Public Education Fund, W.D.C., project grant on the Japanese American and Japanese Canadian internment camps.
1997 Research Fellowship, Civil Liberties Education Fund,Washington D.C., Project research grant on Japanese American Internment Camps
1997 "EFFRD grant," Cleveland State University faculty research grant, Cleveland, Ohio. Project grant.
1996 "Artist Fellowship in Photography," Ohio Arts Council, Columbus, Ohio. July 1996-June 1997
1995 "Artist Project Grant," Ohio Arts Council, Columbus, Ohio. (July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996).
1994 "Cleveland Visual Arts Award", Cleveland City Women's Club, Cleveland, Ohio,
1988 "National Endowment for the Arts Regional Photography Fellowship", Arts Midwest, Minneapolis, Minnesota


Posthumous (Solo):

2007 "Masumi Hayashi, Meditations: The Memorial Exhibition", Curated by Michael Gentile, Cleveland State University Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio
2007 "A Tribute To Masumi Hayashi: Student Works", curated by Michael Gentile, Cleveland State University Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio installation detail
2007 "Masumi Hayashi, Meditations: Two Pilgrimages", Curated by Barbara Tannenbaum Akron Art Museum,
2007 "Masumi Hayashi, Meditations: Heartland", Curated by Susan R. Channing, Spaces Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio
2007 "Masumi Hayashi, Meditations: Remembering Injustice", Curated by Megan Lykins Reich, Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Cleveland, Ohio
2006 "Panoptican: Photo Collages of Prison and War Sites", Hiram Colege, Hiram, Ohio

Posthumous (Group):

2010 "Land Marks", Curated by Anne Bohlen - Inaugural art exhibit for Re-opening of Antioch College, Antioch College, Herndon Gallery, Yellow Springs, Ohio

One Person Exhibitions, Curated

2006 "History and Memory: Landscapes of Internment", Ganser Gallery, Millersville University, Millersville, Pennsylvania
2004 "History and Memory", curated by Marian Hollinger, Art Gallery, Fairmount State College of Art, Fairmount, West Virgia
2003 "Sights Unseen, the Photographic Constructions of Masumi Hayashi", curated by Karen Higa, Japanese-American National Museum, Los Angeles.
Catalogue: Sights Unseen, the Photographic Constructions of Masumi Hayashi
2003 "The sacred and the Sublime: Photo collages of Angkor Wat and India", curated by Eiko Fukuhara, White Room Gallery, West Hollywood, California
2003 "India Temples: Masumi Hayashi Photographs", curated by Tom Hinson, Curator of Photography, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio
2001 "Hidden Places, Silent Spaces, Japanese American and Japanese Canadian Relocation Camps", curated by june Shuman, Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center, Portoland, Oregon
2000 "History and Memory: the Japanese American Internment Camps", University Gallery, curated by Jerry Robinson, Millersville University, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
1998 "American Concentration Camps," Whipple Art Center, Las Vegas, Nevada
1997 "CityWorks," curated by Helen Leggitt and David Perry, Bonfoey Gallery,Cleveland, Ohio.
1993 "Post Industrial Panoramic Landscapes," curated by Alison Nordstrom, Florida State University Art Gallery, Tallahassee, Florida.
1993 "U.S. Concentration Camps," Japanese American Citizens League Tri-District Conference exhibit, Dorothy Fuldheim Room, Sheraton Hotel, Cleveland, Ohio.
1992 "EPA Superfund Sites," curated by Barbara Tannenbaum and Wendy Kendall Hess, Akron Art Museum, Akron, Ohio.
1990 "Ohio Steel Mills: A Post Industrial Perspective", Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio
1990 "Industrial Panoramic Landscapes", curated by Sheri Collins, John Michael Koehler Art Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin
1990 "Panoramic Photo Collages", curated by Stephen White, Andrea Ross Gallery, Santa Monica, California
1998 "Post Industrial Panoramic Landscapes: A Portrait of Cleveland", Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, Ohio
1985 "Masumi Hayashi", Art Gallery, Edinburgh College of Art, Lauriston Place, Edinburgh, Scotland, traveling three-dimensional photography show to Dundee and Glasgow

Selected Group Exhibitions, Curated, Juried

2005 "NEO" Show, juried, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio
2005 "Art of Transportation", Art Gallery, Biola University, La Miranda, California
2004 "Contemporary Photographs of the Museum Collection", curated by Peter Bunnell, Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, New Jersey
2004 "Terrestrial Forces", curated by Allys Palladino-Craig, Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts, Tallahassee, Florida (catalogue)
2003 "Only Skin Deep", curated by Coco Fusco and Brian Wallis, International Center of Photography, New York, New York and Seattle Museum of Art, Seattle, Washington. (book and website)
2003 "The Circle of Bliss: Buddhist Meditational Art", curated by John Huntington, guest curator, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, California and Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio
2002 "Collections, Ohio Artists Abroad", curated by Susan Channing, Riffe Gallery, Columbus, Ohio, and Spaces Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio (catalogue)
2002 "Cultural Identity", curated by Dr. Beate Reifenscheidt, director of the Ludwig Museum, Koblenz, Germany.
1997-2001 "Landscape / Land Use", curated by Roger Rawley and Joan Lyons, Visual Studies Workshop Gallery, traveling for three years, Rochester, N.Y.
2000-2001 "Paper Routes 2000", juried, curated by Sara Johnson, Director, Southern Ohio Museum, Portsmouth, Ohio, traveling from Southern Ohio Museum to Art Museum College of Wooster, Ohio, Riffe Gallery, Columbus, Ohio
1999-2000 "Common Ground: Contemporary Landscapes from Israel and Ohio", curated by David Johnson, Taft Museum of Art, and Nella Cassouto, curator from Israel, Ohio Arts Council exchange exhibit at Riffe Gallery, Columbus, Ohio, and Artist Space Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel. Catalogue.
1999-2001 "Revisioning Manzanar", curated by Karen Higa, Japanese American National Museum, Los Angeles, California
1999 "Cleveland to Bratislava", curated by Robert Thurmer, Municipal Gallery and Gallery Z, Bratislava, Slovakia, exchange show CSU and Bratislava
1999 "Silent Voices", curated by Julie Farenback, Spaces Art Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio, artists address international human rights violations
1998 "Picturing Manzanar", curated by Julia Brashares, Friends of Photography, Ansel Adams Center, San Francisco, California
1996 "Gender: Beyond Memory", curated by Michiko Kasahara, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo, Japan. Catalogue book.
1996 "Transition/Displacements", curated by Marjorie Tallalay and Jeffrey Grove, Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, Ohio. Catalogue.
1996 "Grids", curated by Carol Eliel and Lynn Zelebanksky, L.A. County Art Museum, Los Angeles, Calif.
1996 "Recent Work by Fourteen Ohio Photographers", curated by Catherine Evans, Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio.
1995 "Assembled Works: Selected Photographs from the Permanent Collection", curated by Tim B. Wride, Los Angeles County Art Museum, Los Angeles, California.
1995 "War Works: Women, Photography, and the Art of War", 11 women photographers curated by Anna Fox, show based on book, War Works, by Val Williams, London, England. Victoria Albert Art Museum, London, England. The Arts Council of Great Britain National Touring Exhibitions department will be touring this exhibit from 1995-1997 in the United Kingdom and Europe (book).
1995 "Fragile Landscape", curated by Derek Johnson, Center for photography at Woodstock, Woodstock, New York. (catalogue)
1994 "Global Environment", curated by Diane Barber, 20 artists dealing with issues of landscape and the environment, Houston Foto Fest, Houston, Texas. (book)
1994 "A Sense of Place," an Ohio/Japan exchange exhibit curated by Sarah J. Rogers, Director of Exhibitions at the Wexner Center for the Arts, and Yuji Maeyama and Yukito Tanaka, curators at the Museum of Modern Art, Saitama, Urawashi, Japan, sponsored by the Ohio Arts Council.
1994 "Old Glory: The American Flag in Contemporary Art," curated by David Rubin, Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, Ohio. Traveling exhibit in America including Phoenix Art Museum. (catalogue)
1994 "Nervous Landscapes," artists: John Divola, Masumi Hayashi, and Dean Chamberlin, curated by Alison Nordstrom, South West Museum of Photography, Daytona Beach, Florida. (catalogue)
1993 "Beyond the Walls: Eastern State Penitentiary", curated by Milton Marks, Art Gallery, Moore College of Art and Design, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (prison calendar)
1992 "Centered Margins: Contemporary Art of the Americas Toward a Post Colonial Culture", curated by Jacqueline S. Nathan, Dorothy Uber Bryan Gallery, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio (catalogue)
1992 "The Country Between Us", curated by Barbara Boswick and Laura McFee, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, Massachusetts, exhibition of women landscape photographers (catalogue)
1991 "Northeast Ohio Selections", curated by Tom Hinson, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio (book)
1991 "Another Side of Progress", curated by Mark Leach, Light Factory, Charlotte North Carolina, traveling to SECCA in North Carolina (catalogue)
1990 "Tainted Prospects", Buscaglia Castellani Art Gallery, Niagra University, Niagra Falls, New York, curated by John Pfahl, a Gallery Association of New York State traveling exhibition offered in New York (catalogue)
1989 "Responses to the Urban and Insutrial Landscape: Photography and Sculpture", Art Gallery, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, curated by Penny Rakoff and Fred Smith (catalogue)
1989 "State of the Art: New Work by Ten Artists in Ohio", curated by Sarah Rogers Lafferty and Dennis Barrie, The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio. Exhibit traveled to: Vern Riffe Center for the Government in the Arts, Columbus, Ohio, Cleveland Center for Contemporary Arts, Cleveland, Ohio (catalogue)
1987 "Hall Walls and Spaces Gallery Exchange Show", Hall Walls, Buffalo, New York (catalogue)
1986 "Political Statements", Sarrat Gallery, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, a Southern Arts Federation 1986/1987 touring exhibition (catalogue)
1986 "Taking Liberties", New York Museum of Art, Albany, New York
1986 "Images of the Universe: The Artists' Vision", The Brunnier Gallery and Museum, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa
1985 "Detritus", Film in the Cities Art Gallery, St. Paul, Minnesota
1985 "Nude", University of Colorado, Denver, Colorado
1985 "Stereo Photography Exhibit", Gallery 44, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
1984 "Newspeak", BC Space Gallery, Laguna Beach, California


2005, Nina Freedlander Gibans, Creative Essence : Cleveland's Sense of Place, The Kent State University Press, Kent, Ohio. (Cover Image)
2005, ed: David Rothenberg and Wandee Pryor, Writing the World on Globalization, A Terra Nova Book, MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts. (Cover Image)
2003, Karen Higa, ed: Coco Fusco, Brian Wallis Only Sking Deep: Changing Visions of the American Self, "Toyo Miyatake and Our World", Henry N. Abrams, Inc., New York, International Center of Photography, New York City, New York, p. 343.
2001, Barney Shallit, Art, Songs of Terror, Tales of Tule Lake, edited by Art Hansen, Walter and Michi Nisiura, Weglyn Multicultural Publication Series, California State University, Fullerton, California. (Cover Image)
2001, Rebecca Solnit, As Eve Said to the Serpent : Essays on Contemporary Landscape, University of Georgia Press
2000, ed: Lawson Inada, Only What We Could Carry : the Japanese American Internment Experience, Heyday Books, Berkeley, California, and California Historical Society, San Francisco, California. p. 391.
1999, Francis McCollum Feeley, America's Concentration Camps During World War II : Social Science and the Japanese American Internment, University of the South, New Orleans, La. (Cover Image)
1998, A.D. Coleman, Digital Revolution, Nazraeli Press, California
1998, Diana Hulick and Joseph Marshall, Photography 1900 to the Present, Prentice Hall, New Jersey.
1997, Lucy Lippard, The Lure of the Local: Sense of Place in a Multicentered Society, New Press Publishers, New York
1996, Tom Hinson, Legacy of Light : Photographs from the Collection of the Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio.
1995, Lucy Lippard, Framings: New Women Feminist Photographers, "Undertone: Nine Unacculturated Women Photographers.", Ed. Diane Neumayer. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Temple University Press, 1995.
1994, Val. Williams, War Works, "Women, Photography and the Iconography of War", London, England: Virago Press Ltd. pp. 61-64
1994, ed: Amy L. Unterberger, Who's Who Among Asian Americans: 1994/95, Gale Research Inc., Detroit, Michegan. p. 1993
1992, Robert Hirsch, Exploring Color Photography, Focal Press, Stoneham, Massachusettes

PUBLICATIONS - Professional Journals

2004, ed: Elena Tajima Creef, Amerasia Journal, "Mine Okubo", Summer 2004 issue, UCLA, Los Angeles, California.
2003, Debbie Hagan, Art Business News, "Panoramic Photography", NYC, NY, October, 2003 Issue.
2003, Guilio Piovisan, Photo Italia Magazine, "Photo Collages of Masumi Hayashi", September, 2003 issue, Milan, Italy.
2003, Tom Hinson, The Cleveland Museum of Art Members Megazine, "Indian Temples, Masumi Hayashi Photographs", summer 2003 issue, Cleveland, Ohio, pp. 8, 9.
2003, Japanese American National Museum Member Magazine, "Coming up at the National Museum, Sights Unseen : The Photographic Constructions of Masumi Hayashi", Los Angeles, California, spring 2003 issue, p.2.
2001, Robert Stearns, Dialogue Magazine, "Genius, Imagine What Could Happen", Jan-Feb 2001 issue, Columbus, Ohio.
1999, Karin Higa, Japanese American National Museum Quarterly, "The Permanent Collection and Re-Visioning Manzanar", Issue No. 1, November, 1999, Los Angeles, California. pp.21-22.
1997, ed: Debra Karasov, The Public Art Review, "Democracy", Minneapolis, Mn., (issue no. 17: Democracy). (Cover)
1997, DoubleTake Magazine, "Single Frames : Photographer Masumi Hayashi", Fall 1997, a quarterly journal featuring photography, poetry and prose, the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, Durham, N.C.
1995, ed: David Reed, Dereck Johnson, "American Concentration Camps", See : A Journal of Visual Culture, San Francisco, California, (Winter 1995), pp. 33-35, 64.
1995, The Photography Quarterly, "Landscape for a New Millennium.", The Gift of Choice, Woodstock, New York, (Spring 1995), p. 19.
1993, Rebecca Solnit, Creative Camera Magazine, "The West Revisited", London, England, Dec/Jan 1993, No. CC319.
1992, A.D. Coleman, Camera and Darkroom, "The East Comes West", Los Angeles, California, June 1992.
1990, J.B. Jackson, Aperture: Beyond Wilderness, "Of Houses and Highways", New York City, New York, 1990. p. 67

PUBLICATIONS - Magazine/Newspapers

2004, Marina Takahashi, Cleveland Magazine, "The Price of Liberty", December, 2004 issue.
2003, Dwell Magazine, "Sights Unseen: The Photographic Constructions of Masumi Hayashi", Los Angeles, California, Sept. 2003 issue. p. 32
2003, Scarlett Chang, Los Angeles Times Calendar - ArtScene, "Functional Dysfunction: The disquieting themes of decay and abandonment are home in the photo collages of Masumi Hayashi", LA Times, Los Angeles, California, June 18, 2003. p.2.
2003, The Rafu Shimpo, "JA Photographer Documents American Experience in Little Tokyo Exhibit", Los Angeles, California, May 31, 2003. p.1.
2003, The Himalayan Times, "Through My Kaleidoscope", Kathmandu, Nepal, Sunday, April 27, 2003. p.7.
2002, Lieselotte Sauer-Kaulbach, RheinZeitung Dienstag, "Ruckkehr zu den Wurzeln", June 11, 2002, Koblenz, Germany.
2002, Ansichts-Sache, RheinZeitung Dienstag, "Masumi Hayashi: Cultural Identity?", June, 2002, Koblenz, Germany.
2001, Janet Christ, The Oregonian, Portland Extra, "Photos share 'hidden places' of wartime internment", October 3, 2001.
2001, Rosa Maria Santana, The Plain Dealer, "For Japanese-Americans, echoes of a fearful time", Cleveland, Ohio, September 23, 2001.
1999, DIE ZIET, "Cleveland, Ohio", nr. 34, August 19, 1999, pp. 49 travel, Germany.
1997, Jessie Nishimasa, The Nikkei Voice, A National Forum For Japanese Canadians, "Masumi Hayashi", Toronto, Canada. October 1997 issue.
1997, Stephen Litt, The Plain Dealer, "Panoramic Presentation", Cleveland, Ohio, November 23, 1997.
1996, Creighton, Millie. "Profile: Masumi Hayashi-American Artist." The Bulletin, a journal for and about the Nikei community, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, September, 1996, pp. 18-20.
1995, Jeff Hagan, Mark Dowie, Mother Jones Magazine, "The Fourth Wave", San Francisco, California, April, 1995. pp. 34-35
1995, Cleveland Magazine, "The Artist Outside", Cleveland, Ohio, July, 1995. pp. 19-22.
1995, The New Stateman & Society, "Kensington Gore", London, England, January 13, 1995.
1994, The Japan Times, "Ohio Art Show Speaks in Tongues About Nowhere in Particular", Tokyo, Japan, December 17, 1994, Art Section.
1993, John Baskin, Ohio Magazine, "Nuclear Waste in Ohio", Columbus, Ohio, July 1993.
1993, Rebecca Solnit, Creative Camera Magazine, "The West Revisited", London, England, December/January 1993, No. CC319.
1992, Steve Litt, The Plain Dealer, "Faculty Art Exhibition at CSU Shows How It's Done.", Cleveland, Ohio, January 22, 1992.
1992, Ted Kini, City Reports Newspaper, "Masumi Hayashi: Exposing a Fractured Reality", Cleveland, Ohio, April 16, 1992, Vol1, No. 7.
1992, Dorothy Shinn, The Akron Beacon Journal, "A Photo Collage of Destruction Shown in 'EPA Superfund Sites'", Akron, Ohio, February 23, 1992.
1991, Vicki Goldberg, ARTnews, "A Terrible Beauty", New York City, New York, Summer 1991.
1990, Suzanne Muchnic, Los Angeles Times, "Panoramas and Pointed Social Commentary by Hayashi", Los Angeles, California, June 22, 1990.
1989, Jamie Brunson, Artweek Magazine, "Of a Different Order", San Francisco, California, November 23, 1989, Vol. 20, No. 39.
1989, Kenneth Baker, San Francisco Chronicle, "Marin Base a Muse for Artists", San Francisco, California, November 23, 1989.


2005, "The Masumi Hayashi Museum",, January, 2005.
2005, International Center for Photography, "Only Skin Deep", web exhibition, group curated, New York City, New York, Bronze Metal Winner from American Association of Museums for website.
1997, "Masumi Hayashi, American Concentration Camps",, website by Dean Keesey; writing, photography, and audio by Masumi Hayashi.


2004, (TV) PBS SPECIAL, "Outlook Program : Masumi Hayashi Exhibit", Producer: John Nakanishi, aired on March 22, 2004, on stations WNTB, Morgantown, West Virginia, WPBY, Charleston/Huntington, West Virginia, WSWP, Becky, West Virginia, 10 minute special on one-person exhibit at Fairmount College of Art, Art Gallery, Morgantown, West Virginia
2003, (TV) Asahi Homecast TV, "Karin Higa talks about Masumi Hayashi", 5-minute news segment, Los Angeles, California, aired July 2, 2003, review of Masumi Hayashi one-person exhibit at Japanese-American National Museum, "Sights Unseen, The Photographic Constructions of Masumi Hayashi"


Artist Panels

2003, Artist Panel/Lecture, Southeast Asia Fulbright Fellowship Conference, Puri, India, February.
2002, Artist Panel, "Heart to Heart: Women Artists Dealing With Issues of War", sponsored by Dalh Art Center, Rapid City South Dakota.
2001, Reviewer, "PhotoAmericas Conference/Symposium", Portland, Oregon.
2001, Juror, Artist Fellowship Photography Panel, Illinois Arts Council, Chicago, Illinois, March.
2001, Juror, Cleveland Independent Film Festival, juror for independent short film awards, Cleveland, Ohio, March.
1999, Panel, Baltimore Museum of Art: "Culture and the City Symposium", Baltimore, Maryland, discussion comparing cultural advantages of Cleveland, Chicago, and Baltimore.
1998, Panel, "The Concentration Camp Experiences Through Art: Personal Justice Denied", Conference of Civil Liberties Educational Fund recipients and their projects, San Francisco, California.
1997, Juror, Artists Fellowship panel, Oregon Arts Council, Oregon
1997 Panel, Transforming the Mirror, "The Landscape in Question", Women in Photography Conference, Simmons Institute for Leadership and Change, Boston, Mass. (June)
1996 Lecture and Panel, "Gender, Beyond Memory", Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo, Japan. (simultaneous translation, Sept.)
1995 Symposium panel, "Warworks: Women, Photography, and the Art of War", Artist Lecture and Panel Member, Royal College of Art, London, England. (February)
1993 Panel Member, "Can You Tell a Sansei from Her Photographs", Society for Photographic Educators, Seattle, Washington, national conference. (March)

Artist Lectures

2006, "Masumi Hayashi", lecture by Masumi Hayashi, Millersville University symposium on Japanese American and Japanese Canadian internment, Millersville, Pennsylvania.
2005, "Artworks and Projects", lecture by Masumi Hayashi, Art Department, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, California.
2005, "Heroes and Icons: Portraits of Japanese American Internees", lecture by Masumi Hayashi, Asian Studies Center, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Los Angeles, California.
2005, "Heroes and Icons: Portraits of Japanese American Internees", lecture by Masumi Hayashi, Ohio State University symnposium on Japanese American Internment during WWII, Columbus, Ohio.
2004, "History and Memory", lecture by Masumi Hayashi, Fairmount College of Art, Morganstown, West Virginia.
2003, "Conversations with Masumi Hayashi and Tim B. Wride", Japanese American National Museum publi program, Los Angeles, California. (June 1)
2003, Artist Lecture, sponsored by the Nepal Fulbright Commission (American Center) and Tribhuwan University, Kathmandu, Nepal. (May 8)
2001, "Space, Time, and Memory: the Art of Photocollage", lecture by Masumi Hayashi, Akron Art Museum, Akron, Ohio.
1996, "Building a Collective Memorary", lecture by Masumi Hayashi, Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, Ohio. (December)
1996, "The Japanese American Experience: Concentration Camps, Photo Reconstructions", lecture by Masumi Hayashi, Supersession lecturer, Art Ed Scape, Ohio Art Education Association regional conference, Cleveland, Ohio.(November)
1995, "Photo Collage", lecture by Masumi Hayashi, Los Angeles County Art Museum, Los Angeles, California. (December).
1995, "Collective Memory: Japanese American Internees", lecture by Masumi Hayashi, Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, Ohio. (May)
1993, Visiting Artist Lecture, lecture by Masumi Hayashi, Art Department, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida. (September)
1993, Visiting Artist Lecture, lecture by Masumi Hayashi, Art Department, Pennsylvania State University, College Park, Pennsylvania. (May)
1992, Visiting Artist Lecture, lecture by Masumi Hayashi, Cleveand Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio. (February)
1989, "Post Industrial Landscapes of Masumi Hayashi", lecture by Masumi Hayashi, Chicago Art Institute, Chicago, Illinois. (January)


2004, Visiting Artist Workshop, "Reconstruction of Identity Through Photocollage", Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, California. (July)
1992, Visiting Artist Workshop, "Landscapes in the Modern World", workshop taught by John Phalf, Richard Misrach, W. Hammerbeck, and Masumi Hayashi, by Friends of Photography, The Ansel Adams Center, San Francisco, California. (Sept. - Dec.)

Artist Residencies

1989, Artist in Residency, Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, California. (Sept. - Dec.)
1985, Artist in Residency, Kohler Art Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin. (August)

Public Collections

Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio
Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio
Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio
Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio
George Eastman House, Rochester, New York.
Japanese American National Museum, Los Angeles, California
Los Angeles County Art Museum, Los Angeles, California
Loyola Marymount College, Los Angeles, California
Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, North Carolina
St. Petersburg Fine Arts Museum, St. Petersburg, Florida.
Sheridan College, Oakville, Ontario, Canada
Southeast Museum of Photography, Daytona Beach, Florida
Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo, Japan
Victoria and Albert Art Museum, London, England

Corporate Collections

Aaron Spelling Entertainment Company, Los Angeles, California
Bank of Montreal, Los Angeles, California
British Petroleum of America, Cleveland, Ohio
Cleveland Foundation, Cleveland, Ohio
Creative Casting Association, Los Angeles, California
Fidelity Investments, Cincinnati and Cleveland, Ohio
Fidelity Investments, Boston, Massachusetts
Fidelity Investments, Los Angeles, California
Jones Day Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio
Key Corporation, Portland, Oregon
Latham & Watkins Corporation, Los Angeles, California
Moen Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio
Oracle Corporation, Redwood City, California
Progressive Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio
Southern California Gas Company, Los Angeles, California
Thomas, Hine, and Flory, Cleveland, Ohio
Toulose and Belloitte, PPG Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
U.S. Trust of N. Y., New York, New York

Commissioned Corporate Collections

Scripts Howard Corporation, Cincinnati, Ohio (1989)
CitiCorp, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1989)
McCann Erickson, New York, New York (1988)
Metro General Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio (1991)
University Hospitals, Cleveland, Ohio (1992)
The Plain Dealer, Cleveland, Ohio (1994)
Jacobs Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio (1994)

Private Collections

Jonathan Buchter, Cleveland, Ohio
Jan De Bont, Los Angeles, California
Peter Galvin, Cleveland, Ohio
Michael Greigzer, Beverly Hills, California
Geoffrey Gund, New York, New York
Greg Klima, Cleveland, Ohio
John and Cathe Kolbacker, Columbus, Ohio
Stephan Landsman, Chicago, Illinois
Russ, Leland, Los Angeles, California
Steven Miller, Cleveland, Ohio
Ron Myer, Los Angeles, California
Ronald A. Pizzuti, Columbus, Ohio
Aaron Spelling, Los Angeles, California
Stephen White, Los Angeles, California