Kim Larkin is an independent curator, arts consultant, and project manager based in Phoenix, Arizona. Her arts management background includes directing both commercial and nonprofit contemporary art spaces across the country. These spaces include Modified Arts in Phoenix, Future Tenant Art Space in Pittsburgh, and Groutage Gallery in Salt Lake City. She has produced more than thirty exhibitions in the public and private sphere, contributed to national public art projects, and organized publications. Larkin is also Vice President of the Board for Roosevelt Row CDC, a non-profit community development organization. Larkin holds a masters degree in Arts Management from Carnegie Mellon University and a B.A. in Art History from the University of Utah.
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