Earlier this summer, MCASD‘s Board of Trustees named Kathryn Kanjo the Deputy Director, Art and Programs. ‘Kathryn Kanjo is one of the leading curators in the country. This well-deserved promotion recognizes her many achievements at the Museum,’ said Hugh M. Davies, The David C. Copley Director & CEO. ‘She’s an incredible asset to the Museum and her passion for art, community outreach, and the curatorial process is unmatched.’ Throughout her 25-year career, Kanjo has distinguished herself in the field by upholding standards of curatorial integrity alongside a respect for audience engagement. Her exhibitions and acquisitions are consistently innovative and relevant, yet grounded in a significant art historical framework that reflects her knowledge of contemporary art. This promotion recognizes her contributions to the Museum’s administrative operations and future

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