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Pamela Keech

Pamela Keech, American artist, curator. Recipient Rome prize in sculpture American Academy Rome, 1982, Urban Pioneer award Lower E. Side Tenement Museum; fellow National Endowments Arts, 1982; Research fellow American Antiquarian Society, 1997; Architecture and Design Research grantee New York State Council Arts, 1997.

Background

  • Keech, Pamela was born on September 21, 1947 in Elyria, Ohio, United States. Daughter of Paul and Mildred Sievert.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Fine Arts, Ohio State University, 1978. Master of Fine Arts, Ohio State University, 1980.

    Career

    • Assistant professor University Akron, Ohio, 1989-1990. Consultant curator Lower E. Side Tenement Museum, New York City, since 1994. Senior exhibition preparator American Museum National History, 1997-1998.

      Curator The Women's Museum, Dallas, since 2000. Co-founder consultant firm Curious Curators, 2000. Artist-in-residence The John Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, 1993, 2003, The Muse Machine, Dayton, Ohio, 1995.

      Project director centennial block New York City Department Transportation, 1998, Lower E. Side Tenement Museum, New York City, 1998.

    Works

    • The Civilized Shopper's Guide to Rome
    • With this small and discriminating book as their guide, visitors find themselves strolling down cobblestone back streets that only native Romans know well.

    Membership

    Member of American Association Museum, American Association State and Local History, Society Fellows American Academy Rome (vice president 1993—2000, president 2000-2004, council member).

    Connections

    • father: Paul Sievert
    • mother: Mildred Sievert
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    Born September 21, 1947
    (age 69)
    Nationality
    • 1978
      Ohio State University
    • 1980
      Ohio State University
    • 1989 - 1990
      Assistant, professor University Akron
      Ohio, United States
    • 1994
      consultant, curator Lower E. Side Tenement Museum
    • 1997 - 1998
      senior, exhibition preparator American Museum National History