We are pleased to announce Kaywin Feldman as the newest member of National Arts Strategies’ Board of Directors. Kaywin Feldman has been the Duncan and Nivin MacMillan Director and President of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts (MIA) since 2008. Kaywin oversees the museum’s staff of 250, its fine-art collection of some 87,000 objects, its 473,000-square-foot facility, and an annual operating budget of $30 million. Prior to the MIA, Kaywin served as director of the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art for 9 years. She is the current board chair of the American Alliance of Museums (AAM), and past president of the Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD).
Kaywin received an Honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degree from the Memphis College of Art in 2008, and received an MA in art history from the Courtauld Institute of Art at the University of London, an MA from the Institute of Archaeology at the University of London and a BA (summa cum laude) in classical archaeology from the University of Michigan. Kaywin’s specialties are Dutch and Flemish art and Greek and Roman archaeology. Kaywin was also a member of National Arts Strategies’ Chief Executive Program.
“Kaywin is a thoughtful and effective leader in so many ways. She is committed to her organization, her community and the field. We are so pleased that she is joining the National Arts Strategies Board and welcome her broad vision and deep expertise,” shares National Arts Strategies President and CEO Gail Crider.
Ken Fischer, National Arts Strategies Board Chair notes, “Kaywin is an exceptional addition to the National Arts Strategies Board. Her knowledge, experience and leadership capabilities contributed greatly to the inaugural class of our Chief Executive Program and we are delighted to have the benefit of her many talents as we take on new and exciting challenges.”