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Rachel Moore Named New Director of Helen Day Art Center

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Rachel Moore, photographed by Nathan Suter. - COURTESY OF HELEN DAY ART CENTER
  • Courtesy of Helen Day Art Center
  • Rachel Moore, photographed by Nathan Suter.
Beginning August 1, artist and curator Rachel Moore will succeed Nathan Suter as the executive director of Stowe's Helen Day Art Center.

Moore earned her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of
"Tipou," from the series "An Olive and an Oak," ink on vellum by Rachel Moore - COURTESY OF RACHEL MOORE
  • Courtesy of Rachel Moore
  • "Tipou," from the series "An Olive and an Oak," ink on vellum by Rachel Moore
 Chicago in 2008,  then received a 2009 Fulbright Fellowship in Thessaloniki, Greece, where she worked to foster dialogue among artists in Thessaloniki, Chicago and Athens. She moved to Vermont with her family in 2010 and joined the nonprofit HDAC as assistant director the following year. Currently, in addition to her role at HDAC, Moore serves on the board of River Arts in Morrisville. 

HDAC has made public its intention to hire a director of advancement to support Moore's work and "to focus on growing the organization’s capacity and sustainability into the future." 


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