Jeanne Brasile is the Director of the Walsh Gallery. She earned her M.A. in Museum Studies at Seton Hall University (’04) and studied art history and studio art as an undergraduate at Ramapo College of New Jersey. Her background in non-profit administration spans over 20 years and she serves on numerous boards and committees within the arts community. Brasile specializes in curating and is primarily interested in developing interdisciplinary exhibitions that challenge visitors to re-think their perceptions about art, art-making and the role of the museum/gallery. A frequent lecturer and writer, Brasile often speaks and writes about contemporary art. If you would like to learn more about her, please visit her website.
Laura Hapke is Collections Manager of the Walsh Gallery. She earned her master’s degree in Museum Studies from Johns Hopkins University in 2018 and majored in History as an undergraduate at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2014). Through volunteering and working, she has more than ten years of experience in the museum field, and she targeted her studies toward collections care. She is passionate about continuing education and museum ethics.
Gallery Assistant and Digital Projects Coordinator
Campbell Grade is the Gallery Assistant and Digital Projects Coordinator at the Walsh Gallery. She earned her MA in Viking and Medieval Norse Studies from the University of Iceland in 2019 and has a BA in Studio Art as well as Anthropology-Sociology from Elmira College. Having worked in museums and galleries since 2014, she has experience with museum collections as well as the installation of art and artifacts. She enjoys creating exhibitions which are accessible, engaging, and educational.