Houston Center for Contemporary Craft
Kathryn Hall is Curator at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, where she is responsible for developing and overseeing HCCC’s exhibitions and related programming. She previously served as the Windgate Curatorial Fellow at HCCC from 2012 to 2015. Kathryn received a BA in Art History from Wofford College and an MA in Art History from the University of Georgia. Some recent exhibitions that she has curated include: Later, Longer, Fewer: The Work of Jennifer Ling Datchuk (2021), Forms of Inheritance: The Work of Anna Mayer (2021), and OBJECTS: REDUX - How 50 Years Made Craft Contemporary (2019). She is a scholar of contemporary craft and material culture and has contributed to the Surface Design Journal, Metalsmith magazine, Studio Potter magazine, and juried the Society of North American Goldsmith’s We Are SNAG Membership Series with Sarah Darro in 2018. Kathryn currently serves on The Furniture Society board.