- Mexico City
- San Luis Potosí
- Oregon, USA
Some of his works in the collections of the MAM, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo of Oaxaca and the Casa de Cultura arts center of Culiacán, Sinaloa.
He is a Professor of the ENAP (National School of Plastic Arts) UNAM (1983 to present) and studies the mastery in sculpture in ENAP (Academy of San Carlos) UNAM. He has also given classes of Sculpture in La Esmeralda (1988~1990), where he directed the thesis and social service of the urban art. Via academic exchange, he has given classes in the Facultad de Bellas Artes de la Universidad Politéctica (Faculty of Fine Arts of the Politecnic University) of Valencia, Spain (1994). Kiyoto Ota has been a guest professor at the Instituto Sudcaliforniano de Cultura (Sudcaliforniano Institute of Culture) in La Paz, Baja California Sur (1995, 1997, 1998 and 1999), Instituto Morelense de Cultura (Morelense Institute of Culture) in Cuernavaca (1997) and in a Graduate in the Universidad Autónoma de Baja California (Autonomous University of Baja California), Tecate (1998).
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