Kelly Conway Named Chrysler Museum Curator of Glass
Kelly Conway has been named as the first Carolyn and Richard Barry Curator of Glass at the Chrysler Museum of Art. The endowed position is part of the success of the museum's capital campaign to raise $45 million. The campaign has three primary goals that include the Chrysler Museum Glass Studio, which opened in November 2011; the expansion and renovation of the museum, which was approved and announced in March; and the strengthening of endowments to secure the financial future for the museum.
Conway was appointed curator of glass at the Chrysler Museum of Art in 2007. She earned a bachelor of arts degree in American history from DePauw University and a masters degree in the history of decorative arts from the Parsons School of Design at the Smithsonian Associates.
| Posted 12 May 02