Linda Earle

Philadelphia, PA

I'm currently Professor of Practice in Art History at Tyler School of Art where I am teaching and designing a program in management that supports the artists, cultural managers and curators who will create new platforms for cultural practice, participation, and discourse, and challenge institutions to define and adopt innovative and equitable practices.   I come to this work with a long history of creative and managment work  in the field : including  Director at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, and as a senior Program Director at the New York State Council on the Arts where I crafted the Individual Artists Program and worked in program and fiscal analysis of and support for museums and contemporary visual arts organizations.I've also taught film and cultural studies at Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, Hunter College, and Barnard College and has served on numerous grants and commissioning panels and artist advocacy groups. I am currently on the Boards of Art Matters, The Jerome Foundation and Poets House.