New director named at Chester County Art Association
The Chester County Art Association announced last week that Karen Delaney has been named the new executive director of the association, replacing longtime director Darcie Goldberg.
Delaney received a master's degree in fine art from Radford University in Virginia where she was a teaching fellow; she also received a certificate in museum studies from Harvard University. She has taught art history and art studio classes at the college level, and has worked as a program manager and teacher at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh. She is also a sculptor who has been featured in numerous shows in the Unite States and in Europe.
"I have a tremendous respect for the position I have been given and for the rich history of this organization,” Delaney said. “The CCAA has served our community in great ways for many decades, and I vow to continue and to expand upon those practices. Looking forward, I am thrilled with the prospect of a newly renovated West Chester building and intend to tap into what’s current art-wise, making CCAA a vital and vibrant hub for the visual arts in Chester County."
The Chester County Art Association is at 100 N. Bradford Ave., West Chester. For more information, call 610-696-5600.