Public Art Administration
Lodging not included
This course will review the history of public art and monuments in the United States. The creation of public art and monuments will be analyzed and the issues that arise in the administration of these programs will be the subjects of the class study in order to prepare future administrators.
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Pam White earned a BA in English (summa cum laude) from Graceland College in 1973, a JD from the University of Missouri at Kansas City in 1978, and three degrees in art history from the University of Kansas: a Masters of Art in 1984, a Masters of Philosophy in 1985, and a PhD in 1991. She worked as an attorney in the legal department of Hallmark Cards from 1978-1981, and as an independent legal consultant to artists from 1981-1985. From 1989-1992 she was an Assistant Curator, then Curator of exhibitions and collections at the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Since 1992 she has worked at the University of Iowa Museum of Art as Curator of painting and sculpture. She has been a Project Director for National Endowment for the Humanities grants and an Adjunct faculty member in the UI College of Liberal Arts. She is currently a professor for the Western Illinois University- Quad Cities Museum Studies graduate program.