Key Jo Lee
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Key Jo Lee is an art historian, curator, critic and the Assistant Director of Academic Affairs at the Cleveland Museum of Art. In her role at the museum, she designs and implements programs designed to inspire scholarly engagements with the CMA’s collections, creates and tracks opportunities for exposure to humanities fields and museum careers for undergraduate and graduate students, and develops and oversees the CMA’s academic partnerships. Currently, she is completing a dissertation entitled, “Melancholic Materiality: History and the Unhealable Wound in Photographic Portraits of African Americans, 1850-1877 in the history of art and African American studies departments at Yale University. She is deeply invested in scholar and artist activism as means of creative and intellectual expression.
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