Molly Hatesohl is an art historian and writer with a background in arts administration, as well as data access management. She received her MA in Art History from the University of Kansas, and is broadly interested in 20th-century art. Specifically, she seeks to elucidate how cultural hybridities are formed through collaborative creative efforts. She has been recognized for outstanding original research on American ballet costume design.
Project: Molly will conduct research and collaborate on content development for an upcoming exhibition and book on American textile designer Dorothy Liebes (1897 – 1972), scheduled to open in Fall 2022, gaining insights into how both the Curatorial and Education departments work.