Art Association names Bronwyn Minton new Director of Exhibitions and Programming
August 15, 2017 – The Art Association is excited to announce that Bronwyn Minton will be joining the leadership team as the new Director of Exhibitions & Programming. Minton most recently served as the Associate Curator of Art and Research at the National Museum of Wildlife Art.
“I am so excited to be joining an organization that has been enriching my life since I moved here in 1992. I believe wholeheartedly in art education, community, and the power of art to change our lives. I look forward to creating exhibits and programs that highlight the mission of the Art Association,” said Minton.
Beginning in September, Minton will oversee all art education programs, curriculum development and exhibitions in the Art Association gallery. She will report to Executive Director Mark Nowlin and work directly with the leadership staff and studio managers.
“Bronwyn’s experience as a curator, educator and professional artist, combined with her leadership within the Jackson community, make her the ideal person to help strengthen programming and reinvigorate the Art Association gallery space,” said Todd Hanna, Chairman of the Board.
Executive Director Nowlin agrees. “I am very excited to have her bring energy, creativity, sense of community, family, and laughter to the Art Association.”
Bronwyn Minton is a multi-disciplinary artist and independent curator. She holds a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. She is joining the Art Association after being at the National Museum of Wildlife Art for over 13 years. Her artwork has been shown nationally and internationally, and is in public collections including the Wyoming State Museum and the Nicolaysen Art Museum, St. John’s Hospital Foundation, Teton Media Works as well as private collections. Over the past fifteen years Minton has curated many art exhibits that brought together a wide range of the Jackson Hole community. She has been awarded two Wyoming Arts Council Visual Arts Fellowships, and the Cultural Council of Jackson Hole’s Creative Pulse Award.