Join Dr. Eileen Yanoviak, the new director of the Carnegie Center for Art and History, for a brief presentation followed by casual conversation. Dr. Yanoviak will discuss her experience as a museum professional and educator, as well as her plans for the future of the Carnegie Center. Continental breakfast will be provided.
Dr. Yanoviak has sixteen years of museum experience in development, marketing, curatorial, education, and guest relations. She has worked at the Speed Art Museum and Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft (also known as KMAC Museum), both in Louisville, Kentucky, and the Arkansas Arts Center in Little Rock. She has had a parallel career in higher education as a teacher and administrator for more than a decade at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and the University of Louisville, among others. She received her doctorate in Art History from the University of Louisville in 2017. Her area of expertise is nineteenth-century American landscape painting, and she is particularly interested in environmental history, American studies, and museum studies. She has presented and published her research nation-wide and is a regular contributor to Burnaway: The Voice of Art in the South.
Photo credit goes to Luis Munoz Sadeghi