Tania Katan , Creative Trespasser, Literary Instigator, award-winning author, keynote speaker

Tania Katan, Creative Trespasser, Literary Instigator, award-winning author, keynote speaker

  Ron Broglio , Associate Professor of English, Director of Graduate Studies, Senior Scholar at the Global Institute of Sustainability, Arizona State University      

Ron Broglio, Associate Professor of English, Director of Graduate Studies, Senior Scholar at the Global Institute of Sustainability, Arizona State University

 

 

  Heather Lineberry , Associate Director and Senior Curator, Arizona State University Art Museum

Heather Lineberry, Associate Director and Senior Curator, Arizona State University Art Museum

  Sara Cochran , Modern and Contemporary Art Curator, former Director and Chief Curator, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art       

Sara Cochran, Modern and Contemporary Art Curator, former Director and Chief Curator, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art


 

 

  Grace O'Sullivan , Assistant Vice President, Corporate Engagement and Strategic Partnerships, Arizona State University // Founder & CEO, Rare Fiber

Grace O'Sullivan, Assistant Vice President, Corporate Engagement and Strategic Partnerships, Arizona State University // Founder & CEO, Rare Fiber

  Angela Ellsworth , Artist, Director, Co-founder, Museum of Walking // Associate Professor, Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, Arizona State University   

Angela Ellsworth, Artist, Director, Co-founder, Museum of Walking // Associate Professor, Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, Arizona State University

 

  Steve Yazzie , Artist, Co-founder, Museum of Walking // Digital Preserve LLC

Steve Yazzie, Artist, Co-founder, Museum of Walking // Digital Preserve LLC

S T A F F

Kathryn Wood mastered the art of walking sometime in 1970. A few years later, she quick-stepped through a degree in theatre from UC Irvine, and eventually meandered into a Masters of Library and Information Science from San Jose State University. She has perambulated for over two decades in San Francisco, well-known for being a rewarding walking city. She prefers urban landscape to pastoral ones, and believes that the perfect walk ends with a good lunch and an excellent book.

SPECIAL ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The Museum of Walking would like to acknowledge Bruce W. Ferguson* as the original inspiration and instigator for a museum dedicated to walking. We hope to honor the spirit of that initial conversation.

*Ferguson is an international art curator, writer, and president at Otis College of Art & Design. He curated the exhibition Walking and Thinking and Walking at the Louisisana Museum in Denmark in 1996 and encouraged Rebecca Solnit to write the book Wanderlust: A History of Walking.