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Maureen Ann McGovern

curator

Maureen Ann McGovern, American curator. Recipient award Weiboldt Foundation, 1978; Illinois State scholar, 1970; Barat scholar, since 1997.

Background

McGovern, Maureen Ann was born on November 1, 1952 in Chicago, Illinois, United States.

Education

Bachelor, Northern Illinois University, 1976. Master of Arts, New York University, 1994.

Career

Media specialist Young and Rubicam, Chicago, 1976-1979. Corporation media specialist Darcy Benton and Bowles, New York City, 1979-1981. Media and video productions specialist New York Daily News, 1981-1985.

Director visual and creative services Telecomms. Consultant and Planning, Incorporated, New York Jersey, 1986-1992. Curator Corporation Art Planning, Inc., since 1986, Akari Light Sculptures, 1989-1990, Willis-Corroon, New York City, since 1991.

Corporation art consultant Timken Company, Canton, Ohio, 1998-1999. Exhibition, corporation identity specialist for various fine art and new media productions, New York City, since 1986. Artwork verification authenticator of Nadelman sculpture, 1990.

Corporation curator Hamilton Corporation Finance Ltd., London. Art lecturer New York Public Schools, 1990-1995, New York University, since 1997. United States curatorial participation "John Byrne at 60," Paisley Museum, Scotland, 2000.

Consultant for placement of an important contemporary collection with a major American University, 2001, others.

Works

  • Author: A Guide to Commerce of Art, 2000. Co-curator multi-media exhibition United States Attorney Southern District New York, 1987.

Membership

Committee volunteer American Diabetes Association. Member National Association for Corporation Art Management, American Association Museums (associate), Appraisal Association American (affiliate), New York Chamber of Commerce, Association Indiana Video and Filmmakers, New York New Media Group, Phi Sigma Tau.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Art collecting, golf, fundraising art, media and charitable organizations.