In Spring we welcomed new team member Grace Kriger as communications assistant and increased the role of our graduate students Kiana Ziegler and Amina Kassim,
Greetings everyone! My name is Grace Kriger, and I would like to introduce myself and my role here at the Kennedy Museum of Art. Currently,
While fall 2020 was filled with uncertainty, frustration, fluidity, flexibility and resilience, the Museum Experiences Team welcomed an amazing group of new student interns and
Spring 2020 began with the long-awaited opening of the exhibition Pattern & Disruption: Diné Lifeways and Embedded Mathematics. This two-year project marks many important things for KMA as a cultural resource in our community: it reaffirms the commitment to the importance of voice when embracing the honor of caring for and interpreting culturally specific collections, it acknowledges a …
We took a new approach to our Sunday open studio programs for families this semester, leading to increased participation by members of the community, many of whom were new visitors to the Museum. In collaboration with an artist, a curator, and educators from WOUB Public Media Learning Lab, our student staff facilitated new experiences for our visitors during Art Encounters programs that highlighted the power of sharing.
Spring semester began with an outstanding collaboration within the College of Fine Arts to host a residency, workshop, lecture, performance, and exhibition with internationally known artist Carrie Mae Weems. Here, Ms. Weems meets with Ohio University students in the exhibition “The Usual Suspects.”