FORT WORTH, TX.- The Amon Carter Museum
announced that Marci Driggers Caslin has joined its staff as the exhibition coordinator. In her new position, Caslin is responsible for coordinating permanent collection and traveling exhibitions presented at the museum.
Marci brings to the Carter vast experience in organizing museum art exhibitions, says Director Ron Tyler. We feel fortunate to have found someone with her expertise and experience, and are looking forward to working with her to present exhibitions that continue the Carters great tradition of showing important exhibitions of American art.
Previous to the Carter, Caslin worked as the registrar for loans and exhibitions at the Dallas Museum of Art for nearly five years. While there, she was responsible for the coordination of more than 10 exhibitions and organized traveling exhibitions, installation of works from the permanent collection and outgoing loans. Caslin also has experience at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, where she served as an associate registrar, and working at the Galería de Arte Isabel Aninat in Santiago, Chile. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art History from the University of North Texas.
To work at such a premiere museum is an amazing opportunity, Caslin says. I look forward to helping the Carter fulfill its mission of exhibiting the finest examples of American art.