Scott Bishop (SB) is
curator of education and liaison to the university at the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art at Auburn University. She also serves as curator of the museum’s Louise Hauss and David Brent Miller Audubon Collection. is professor and eminent scholar emeritus in the economics department at Auburn University. He is a collector of American art and has published articles on U.S. museum attendance and on the “death effect” and buy-in rates in Latin American art auctions. He is the author (with Catherine Walsh) of The Persistence of Myth and Tragedy in Twentieth-Century Mexican Art.
is the education curator for K–12 at the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art at Auburn University. He is a certified teacher, with a degree in art education, and is currently a doctoral student in educational psychology. His research foci are in attribution theory in art museum settings and docent education. J. Andrew Henley (JAH)
Robert Ekelund (RE)
is a curatorial assistant at the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art at Auburn University. She is a recent graduate from Auburn University with a major in English studies and a minor in art history.
Jessica Hughes (JH)
currently serves as the director of the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art at Auburn University. She received her PhD in the history of art from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. Prior to becoming a museum administrator, she divided her time among teaching, serving as a guest curator for various museums, and contributing to numerous art-related publications and documentary films. Marilyn Laufer (ML)
is registrar at the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art at Auburn University. She received her BA in art history at the University of Alabama. Danielle Mohr Funderburk (DF)
is curator of collections and exhibitions at the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art at Auburn University. Harper’s recent curatorial projects include Facing South: Portraits of Southern Artists by Jerry Siegel; Bacon Level, Hickory Flat, and the Illustrious Potteries of Randolph and Chambers Counties, Alabama; and As Above, So Below: Recent Work by Scherer & Ouporov, which received the Southeastern Museums Conference Award of Excellence in 2011. Harper has written on American art from 1930 to 1950, among other subjects, for publications at the Georgia Museum of Art, where he was curator of exhibitions until 2008. Dennis Harper (DH)
Paul Manoguerra (PM) is chief curator and curator of American art at the Georgia Museum of Art. He received his PhD in American studies from Michigan State University in 2002. He holds an MA in museum studies from the George Washington University and a BA from the University of Notre Dame. He is the author, most recently of One Hundred American Paintings, published by the Georgia Museum of Art in 2011.
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