Aldy Milliken has recently been appointed to Executive Director at the Kimball Art Center. KAC provides international quality art exhibitions and dynamic educational opportunities for the citizens of Park City, Summit County, Wasatch County, and the region’s many visitors. It is committed to the fundamental American principles of expression and open engagement.
Previously as a curator for KMAC, Milliken produced exhibitions for KMAC including Food Shelter Clothing in 2015. Artists in this exhibition used references associated with the “materials” food, shelter, and clothing to address the questions of how our basic needs are interpreted, exchanged, challenged and shared in our society. Previous exhibitions include Story Telling as Craft, 2012, an exhibition of works that used the narrative and narrative structures as a primary “craft,” and Into the Mix, 2012, a survey of artists from the Caribbean.
Aldy Milliken is an Adjunct Professor of Art, University of Louisville Art Department and Hite Art Institute, a Board Member of the ACA (Arts and Cultural Alliance), and the founding board president of Kentuckians for the Arts, a non-profit arts advocacy group representing Kentucky. He is the former owner of Milliken Gallery, an international contemporary art gallery based in Stockholm, Sweden.
GLI Peer Mentor (2017, 2018, 2019)