CREATING EXHIBITIONS

 I have been involved in selecting, organizing and mounting contemporary art exhibitions since 1992. 

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juror, panelist & INDEPENDENT CURATOR 

I have had the great pleasure to be asked to jury many art exhibitions and am especially excited to be one of three jurors for Quilt National '17. 
I have also served on grant-making committees, such as the Heinz Endowments Small Arts Initiatives and the panel for selecting ProArts' Opportunity Grants for artists.
For a list featuring all my engagements please
click here to see my CV.

REGINA GOUGER MILLER GALLERY 2000-2003, 2007/8

As the founding director of the Regina Gouger Miller Gallery in the new Purnell Center for the Arts at Carnegie Mellon University, I helped create three distinct floors of exhibition space (over 8000 square foot). In 2000, the Hewlett Gallery programming was relocated to the Miller Gallery which has since served as Carnegie Mellon's main contemporary art gallery. 

HEWLETT GALLERY 1992-1999

Upon finishing my graduate degree in arts management, Carnegie Mellon kept me on campus to direct the College of Fine Arts' Hewlett Gallery. For eight seasons, mounting between eight and fourteen exhibitions a year, I planned and managed collaborative, multi-disciplinary and site-specific art exhibits in science, visual and performing arts, as well as experimental shows with new media and technology in graphic, industrial and architectural design.