Kimberly Camp is an artist and museum leader known for her one-of-a kind dolls and paintings, and leading influential museums and museum projects. She was the founding director of the Smithsonian Institution Experimental Gallery (1989–1993), president and CEO of the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History (1994–1998) in Detroit, president and CEO of the Barnes Foundation (1998–2005) in Merion, Pennsylvania and director of the Hanford Reach Interpretive Center, a project of the Richland Public Facilities District. Her paintings and dolls have been featured in over 100 exhibitions in the United States and internationally. Her dual career as an artist and museum leader administrator has earned her acclaim in both fields.

Kimberly joins us from Philadelphia’s InLiquid artist group, see her InLiquid page HERE.