Diane Mullin is the Senior Curator at the Weisman Art Museum, University of Minnesota. She earned her PhD in Art History from Washington University in St. Louis. Her curatorial and scholarly work focuses on modern and contemporary art. From 1998 to 2004 she was a member of the Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD) faculty in liberal arts. As director of MCAD Gallery (2002-2004) she also ran the MCAD/McKnight and MCAD/Jerome fellowship She currently a Reviews Editor for Panorama: Journal of the Association of Historians of American Art. Exhibitions include Paul Shambroom: Picturing Power, Common Sense: Art and the Quotidian, and Piotr Szyhalski/Labor Camp: We Are Working All The Time!. She has published in a number of journals including ArtReview, Public Art Review, Art South Africa, Flash Art, New Art Examiner, and caareviews. Her scholarly articles include, “Working All the Time: Artistic Citizenship in the 21st Century, in y” in A Handbook of Artistic Citizenship, Oxford University Press, “Forms of Recollection: Storied” in Harriet Bart: Abracadabra and Other Forms of Protection, Weisman Art Museum, exhibition catalogue, 2020, “Dear Mr. Morgan” in Lenka Clayton: Sculptures for the Blind, Fabric Workshop exhibition catalogue, J&L Books, 2018, and “1989: Piotr Szyhalski and Poland” in Piotr Szyhalski/Labor Camp: We Are Working All The Time!, Weisman Art Museum, exhibition catalogue, 2020.