Nagler resigns from iMOCA

May 2, 2009
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Kathy Nagler has resigned as executive director of the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art to "pursue personal passions and spend more time with her family." She had been with the organization for three years.

iMOCA curator Christopher West will serve as interim executive director until further decisions are made. In the meantime, iMOCA, which operates a small gallery at 340 N. Senate Ave. while also partnering on exhibitions elsewhere, has a number of projects in the works. These include a Jen Davis photography exhibition opening May 8 and a DVD to introduce IPS students to contemporary art.

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Your thoughts? What has iMOCA done right or wrong in its short history? What should it be looking to do in the future? And don't be shy if you haven't even heard of iMOCA. I'd like to hear from you as well.
  • What's the rumor I heard about the iMOCA moving into a new digs in Fountain Square?
  • Kathy Nagler is an outstanding colleague. She made great contributions to iMOCA building its visibility in the community.

    I wish Christopher the best in this leadership position and expect he and iMOCA will continue to do well.

    On behalf of Indianapolis Opera, I want to thank them both and the organization for the fun collaboration we had this past fall when they presented Hansel and Gretel: Never Eat a House - with artworks by NEW YORKER artists in conjunction with our production of Hansel and Gretel, the opera.

    Thanks, Kathy, for the great leadership you provide Indy's cultural community!

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