Katie Boatman, Belmont lecturer in art and director of galleries, has been selected as a participant in the Contemporary Chinese Art Institute sponsored by the Confucius Institute of Western Kentucky University. Boatman will travel to Beijing to visit the 798 Art District and work with artists there who hope to expand their influence in the U.S. She will be joining other curators and directors of museums and galleries in the U.S. who may host an exhibition on Contemporary Chinese art. She’s assisted in her participation by Belmont’s Asian Studies program.
Boatman has also exhibited her work in Italy at the International Center for the Arts in Montecastello di Vibio and held an artist residency at the Morris Graves Foundation in Loleta, California. For more information on Katie Boatman, click here.