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Kenneth Hartvigsen

Curator of American Art

Kenneth Hartvigsen holds a doctorate in art history from Boston University. In addition to his curatorial work, Kenneth teaches art history at BYU and has previously taught courses at Boston University, Weber State University, and Westminster College. He is also an active painter, and regularly exhibits his work in galleries in Provo, and in Salt Lake City, where he lives with his wife, two daughters, and a very mischievous cat.

Questions I can help with:

I can help you with questions regarding the American collection and our exhibitions past, present, and future.

Favorite Artwork:

Maynard Dixon, Mesas in Shadow

Favorite part about the MOA:

Art is magic—what more can I say?