“Yale University is home to the oldest college art gallery in the United States, with over 185,000 pieces from all over the world, ancient and modern alike. But until recently, it didn’t receive much foot traffic.
“As the Deputy Director for Programs and External Affairs and Curator of Artist Initiatives and Special Projects at the Yale Art Gallery, Anna Hammond is largely responsible for increasing the collection’s visibility among students. Hammond spoke to a small crowd in Meyerson Hall as part of PennDesign’s lecture series yesterday about Yale’s commitment to ‘raise the profile of the arts in education.'”
A more interactive artistic experience
Lauren Drell Daily Pennsylvanian 3/4/08
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