Jenine Culligan

Jenine Culligan

Jenine Culligan has over twenty-five years of work experience in small, mid-size, and large museums, including the Art Museum at the University of Kentucky, the Cleveland Museum of Art, the National Gallery of Art, the Delaware Art Museum, and most recently, the Huntington Museum of Art.

With a strong generalist background, Culligan has worked with art ranging from ancient to contemporary, and has organized solo exhibitions of both regionally and nationally known artists. Over the years she has worked directly with collectors, individual artists, artist groups, interns, volunteers, art gallery directors, donors, advisory and board committees, and colleagues across the U.S.

Although the collection, exhibits, and programs housed and presented at the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum play an important educational role for Hollins University students, faculty, staff, and alumnae/i, the museum also attracts visitors from the Roanoke community, southwest Virginia, and beyond.

Education

  • M.A., joint program with Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Museum of Art
  • B.A., University of Kentucky