Carolyn Hill steps down as director of Oklahoma City Museum of Art
Carolyn Hill is stepping down this week from her longtime position as executive director of the Oklahoma City Museum of Art.
Hill spearheaded the efforts to convert the old Centre Theater in downtown Oklahoma City into the beautiful Donald W. Reynolds Visual Art Center. What she has done to turn a struggling institution until a stunning regional attraction is simply amazing.
The Oklahoman business reporter Steve Lackmeyer, who provides ongoing coverage of Oklahoma City’s downtown renaissance, talked to Hill about her time at the museum. You can click here to read the story and check out the NewsOK video above.
Glen Gentele, who was previously director of Laumeier Sculpture Park in St. Louis, Mo., will become the new president and CEO of the Oklahoma City Museum of Art Jan. 5.
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