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Kerry Doyle

Kerry Doyle is Director and Chief Curator of the Rubin Center for the Visual Arts at the University of Texas at El Paso on the US-Mexico border. She specializes in curatorial projects that are interdisciplinary, participatory and performative, with a special focus on the border as subject and site and regularly collaborates with individuals and institutions from both El Paso and Ciudad Juarez in the execution of a wide range of interdisciplinary and community-engaged programming. She has curated and organized original exhibitions, commissions and performances by international artists including Tomás Saraceno, Tania Candiani, Regina Jose Galindo, Teresa Margolles, Máximo Gonzalez, Jose Antonio Vega Macotela, Fiamma Montezemolo and many others. She holds a BA in Political Science from De Paul University, Chicago; a BA in Drawing and Printmaking and an MA in Border Studies from UTEP. She has participated in fellowships at the Smithsonian Latino Museum Studies Program and the Getty International Museum Directors Institute

Kerry will discuss public art on the Texas – Mexico boarder as part of an extra-curricular lecture 7pm June 24