University of Montana museum curator candidate to give lecture
The third candidate for curator of the Montana Museum of Art and Culture will visit campus and give a free public lecture on Monday.
Felicia Gail will speak at 5 p.m. in Eck Hall 211 in the Liberal Arts Building at the University of Montana. The subject is “My Ideal Exhibition at the MMAC,” with additional time to answer questions.
Gail is an adjunct remote faculty at Carlow University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and a senior registrar and inventory manager at Jackson Fine Art in Atlanta. Prior to that, she was curator of exhibitions at Pensacola Museum of Art University of West Florida Historic Trust.
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She has an MFA in visual art from Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver, British Columbia, a BA in art history from the University of West Florida, and a BA in interdisciplinary humanities, also from UWF.
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