Erinn Gavaghan is an art historian and arts administrator currently living in Oklahoma City, OK. She acquired an MA in Art History from Webster University in St. Louis and specializes in sixteenth and seventeenth century European art and architecture as well as socially engaged contemporary art.
She is the Executive Director for the Norman Arts Council in Norman, Oklahoma as well as an adjunct professor with the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma City Community College. She is also an active volunteer in the central Oklahoma arts community. She currently serves on the board of the Cultural Development Corporation of Central Oklahoma, the Norman Public Arts Board, and the Downtown Merchants Board for Norman, Oklahoma. She works with state and local governments and arts agencies to advise and advocate on issues related to artists, arts organizations, and public funding for the arts.
Her current interests, research, and projects revolve around the arts’ role in economic development and quality of life in communities. Find out more about Erinn’s work at the Norman Arts Council.
Hear Erinn speak about A History of Witchcraft through Art on March 13, 2014 at 7:00pm.