The lady has another new ‘hat’

     (PNAN-MN) – Recently named Director of Education and Curator of Public Practice at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, Sarah Schultz has been the Walker’s Director of Education since 2000. According to Andrew Blauvelt, the museum’s Chief of Communications and Audience Engagement, the new title reflects the evolution of the Walker’s pioneering education department and recognizes Schultz’s leadership around several important public initiatives.

     As Curator of Public Practice, Schultz will develop projects with artists whose work is situated in and activated by the public realm, engage other civic partners to help define the nature and quality of public life in the community, and create learning opportunities that expand our understanding of contemporary art’s impact on the public sphere.

     She holds an M.B.A from the State University of New York-Binghamton and an M.A. in art history from the University of Minnesota, and to learn more about Sarah’s so far life travels, the ‘mountains’ she has moved and those to be built,  call 612.375.7600 or www.walkerart.org.




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