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Anne Timpano

art historian , museum director

Anne Timpano, museum director, art historian. Recipient David Lloyd Kreeger award George Washington University, 1980. Member 1992 Quincentenary Commission, Columbus, 1987-1992. Member American Association Museum (surveyor museum assessment program, 1990-1993), College Art Association, American Association Museum Committee on Museum Professional Training.

Background

Timpano, Anne was born on June 17, 1950 in Osaka, Japan. Daughter of A.J. and Margaret (Smith) Timpano.

Education

Bachelor in Art History, College William and Mary, 1972. Master of Arts in Art History, George Washington University, 1983.

Career

Research & program management assistant Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, 1980—1986. Director The Columbus (Georgia) Museum, 1986-1993, DAAP Galleries, University Cincinnati, 1993—2007. Director museum studies graduate certified progressive University Cincinnati, 1997—2007.

Director University Mary Washington Galleries, Fredericksburg, Virginia, since 2008. Visual arts grant reviewer, Georgia Council for Arts, Atlanta, 1987-1990, art acquisition progressive juror, 1987. Grant reviewer, Institute Museum Services, Washington, 1989-1993.

Board member History Columbus Foundation, 1986-1993. Board member Friends of University Libraries, University Cincinnati, 1994-1998, advisor, University Hall Exhib. Committee, 1986-1990, curator, Campus Green Dedication Master Plan Exhibition, 2000.

Board member & co-chair, Museum Committee Cincinnati Observatory Center, 2001-2003, co-chair, 2001-2007.

Membership

Member 1992 Quincentenary Commission, Columbus, 1987-1992. Member American Association Museum (surveyor museum assessment program, 1990-1993), College Art Association, American Association Museum Committee on Museum Professional Training.

Connections

father:
A.J. Timpano

mother:
Margaret (Smith) Timpano