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Perspective Lecture Series | Holly Witchey

Rembrandt's Works on Paper:  At the Intersection of Art and Business


The Zanesville Museum of Art is pleased to present a series of engaging lectures.

Speaker: Director of Education and Outreach, Intermuseum Conservation Association, Holly M. Witchey Ph.D.

Holly Witchey has a Ph.D. in European Painting and Sculpture and thirty years of experience in museums and higher education. She is currently Director of Education & Outreach for the Intermuseum Conservation Association. Witchey teaches graduate-level museum studies classes for Johns Hopkins University and Case Western Reserve University. She is also Senior Fellow for Museums for EdFutures, a US-based not-for-profit with a focus on education across the globe in four key areas: strategic leadership, research, policy, and practice.  Witchey is the author of “Progressive Vision the History of Downtown Cleveland (1986),” the co-author of “The Fine Arts in Cleveland: An Illustrated History (1994), “An Uncommon Mission” (2000), “Cocktail at the Museum” (2015). Cleveland Magazine named her one of the most interesting people of 2016 (

Tuesday, October 23, 12 pm, at the ZMA in the Linn Auditorium.

No registration required.

Free and open to the public.

Generously supported by the Taylor-McHenry Memorial Fund and the Ohio Arts Council