The inaugural Gasparilla Festival of the Arts featured a juror from the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City. In keeping with that history, GFA is delighted to announce Paul Galloway, Collection Specialist of Architecture and Design, at MoMA as its Festival Juror for the 50th Annual Festival. Mr. Galloway coordinates the growth and management of the museum’s collection. A regular speaker at museums, conferences, and universities, Mr. Galloway has made the celebration of art and design a personal mission.
In addition to his position at MoMA, Mr. Galloway teaches Art History at the City University of New York and has been awarded research grants from the Art Matters Foundation and the Robert V. Storr Research and Travel Fund.
“We are honored to have Paul Galloway as our Festival Juror. A juror of his caliber, coming from MoMA, is a prestigious highlight for our vibrant festival and a perfect way to mark our 50th year,” said John Scheffel, President of the Board of Directors.For more information, please read our PRESS RELEASE