Katharine Dufault has curated nearly a dozen group and solo exhibitions in New York, Westchester, Connecticut, Ohio and the Berkshires. Two of the exhibitions were reviewed in The New York Times, including the first (and only) solo show for mid-century industrial designer Irving Harper for which she organized the gallery display of over 70 of the artists' never-before-seen intricate and whimsical paper artworks. Katharine has lead multiple docent tours, and has been interviewed by a variety of print and web journals as well as live radio and local television.
Develop and present detailed exhibition proposals including title, artist(s), budget, curators statements, publicity visuals and text
Create workable timeline
Act as liaison between gallery, gallery space and artists
Devise art placement concept and oversee gallery installation
IMAGE: Irving Harper: A Mid-Century Mind at Play, exhibition at The Rye Arts Center, Westchester, NY