DMA Appoints New Assistant Curator of the Arts of the Americas

Kimberly L. Jones has been appointed Assistant Curator of the Arts of the Americas at the Dallas Museum of Art, announced today by Director Maxwell L. Anderson. Dr. Jones will begin work in Dallas on September 16.

Dr. Jones comes to the DMA from the UT Austin, where she was curator of the Art and Art History Collection, the cultural collections manager at the Texas Memorial Museum, and a lecturer on art and art history. She has also served as a lecturer at Southwestern University in Georgetown. Dr. Jones has extensive knowledge of pre-Columbian art and architecture, having conducted archaeological fieldwork and analysis in Peru over the past ten years. She received her BA with honors in history; a MA in Latin American Studies; and her PhD in art and art history from the UT Austin.

Dr. Jones has contributed to various publications, including serving as co-editor and author of the introduction for The Art and Archaeology of the Moche: An Ancient Andean Society of the Peruvian North Coast, and contributing to the University of Texas Collections Book.

Off topic, but the pterosaur, the largest flying animal ever discovered resides in the Texas Memorial Museum, where Dr. Jones has served as collections manager.

Off topic, but the pterosaur, the largest flying animal ever discovered, resides in the Texas Memorial Museum, where Dr. Jones has served as collections manager.

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One response to “DMA Appoints New Assistant Curator of the Arts of the Americas”

  1. Cool, and I LOVE the pterosaur! I have to go see it.

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