Danielle Knapp is the McCosh Curator at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at the University of Oregon. In addition to managing the David John and Anne Kutka McCosh Memorial Collection and Archive, she oversees the museum's initiatives in Pacific Northwest Art, including exhibitions, publications, and acquisitions. She has organized exhibitions of the work of Keith Achepohl, Rick Bartow, Mark Clarke, Margaret Coe, Morris Graves, Clay Lohmann, David McCosh, and Lucinda Parker, among others.
Gertrude Bass Warner (1863-1951)
Gertrude Bass Warner was a world traveler, art collector, museum specialist, and scholar of Shinto rituals who established the University of Oregon Museum of Art—the first museum in Oregon devoted to Asian art. As the museum’s founding director and curator from 1933 to 1951, she promoted the understanding of Asia …
Virginia Marquette Haseltine (1906–1991)
Writer, collector, and arts advocate Virginia Haseltine was a major figure in shaping the collecting interests of the University of Oregon Museum of Art (now the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art) and promoting the work of Pacific Northwest artists during the twentieth century. In 1975, on the occasion of …