Kathryn S. (Barr) McCloud

(Former) Collection Manager for Ethnology, Native American Art, & Classics

As of June 2012, Ms. McCloud will be serving as the Curator of Collections at the Institute of Texan Cultures in San Antonio, TX.

Academic Summary

Ms. McCloud received her Masters of Arts degree from the University of Memphis in 2006, in Art History. While studying at the University of Memphis her coursework was focused on ancient classical art as well as museum studies. Her thesis, “A Roman-Egyptian Funerary Stele from Kom Abou Billou in the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art,” was accepted by the graduate school in August of 2006. In addition to her studies at the University of Memphis she also completed several graduate level courses at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, including Museum Exhibition Design Studio, Museum Graphics, as well as Exhibition Materials and Technology. Ms. McCloud received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Evansville in 2002, in Archaeology with a History minor.

While attending the University of Evansville Ms. McCloud completed a museum internship at the Evansville Museum of Art, History and Science and attended an archaeological field school in Italy. This field school was conducted at an Etruscan site known as Poggio Civitate, in the area of Tuscany, near Siena. As part of her graduate studies she also completed a museum internship at the National Civil Rights Museum, in Memphis, TN.

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