To receive a Distinguished Career Award is so much more than the tangible gift I will cherish. The recognition caps my deep love for the work I have been privileged to do for almost forty years. My gratitude to the Woodson Art Museum “village” and to the community of Midwest museums is boundless.
After years of deflecting the spotlight away from herself and, instead, toward the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, director Kathy Kelsey Foley is being ushered to center stage. Kathy is receiving the Association of Midwest Museum’s Distinguished Career Award for her significant contributions to the museum field.
I’m blogging this week following the Association of Midwest Museums’ annual conference in Chicago – Museumpalooza, which got underway on Sunday, July 24, with a terrific kick-off party at The Art Institute of Chicago’s Renzo Piano Modern Wing. Wow! Needless to say, museum colleagues roll out the red carpet for... Read More