1/29/2019 Amy G. Moorefield

Meet Janie Kreines, the Phillips Museum of Art's new Curator of Academic Affairs and Community Engagement

The Phillips Museum of Art has namedJanie Kreines the museum’s new curator of academic affairs and community engagement. 

Janie comes to F&M from her role as a faculty member of Salisbury University, Maryland, and as the exhibitions and artifacts curator of its Nab Research Center.

Previously, she worked for the York County History Center in Pennsylvania as their collections manager and for the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia, as a collections manager and registrar. She also worked as a high school teacher for several years in Frederick County, Virginia. 

Janie has an M.A. in Museum Studies from Johns Hopkins University and a B.S. in Secondary Social Studies Education from Miami University, Ohio. 

She looks forward to creating educational and engaging experiences through exhibitions and programs for the F&M and greater Lancaster communities. Her work will focus primarily on our student and faculty projects as well as those developed with our community partners. 

We  look forward to connecting Janie with students, staff and faculty in the coming months as she begins her work at the Phillips Museum.

  • Janie Kreines, the Phillips Museum of Art's new curator of academic affairs and community engagement. Janie Kreines, the Phillips Museum of Art's new curator of academic affairs and community engagement.
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