A Conversation about Museum Practice with Marla Redcorn-Miller

Tuesday, May 4, 2021
11 am | Virtual

Marla Redcorn-Miller (Osage/Kiowa/Caddo) is the director of the Osage Nation Museum (ONM), the oldest tribally-owned museum in the country. The ONM fosters the education of the public about the history, culture, and artistic expressions of the Osage people by preserving and developing collections as well as through exhibitions and educational programs that nurture creativity and encourage active learning.  

Since 1992, Marla has worked in the curatorial, education and administrative departments of museums with significant collections of Indigenous arts. She is the former deputy director of the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where she managed facilities, operations, security, visitor services, human resources, finance, and collections. Marla has also worked at the Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa; the Thomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art, Tulsa; and the Museum of Contemporary Native Art in Santa Fe. She is a Ford Fellow and has served on the boards of the Native American Arts Studies Association and the Santa Fe Children’s Museum. She holds a B.A. in art history from Dartmouth College and an M.Phil. in art history from Columbia University.

This presentation is hosted by ARAD 4200: Development & Board Management, hosted by Professor George Sampson. Click here to log in to Zoom (Meeting ID: 929 9278 9219 and Passcode: 179576)