Join Curator Adam Justice for a tour of the Museum's current exhibitions, including Rebels with a Cause and Unmanned: Women Artists from the Permanent Collection.
Justice has been the Curator of Art at the Polk Museum of Art since Jan. 4, 2010. He received his B.A. in Art History/Museum Studies from Radford University (Radford, VA). He received an M.A. in Art History at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond after defense of his thesis titled Pop Art: A Case for Hyperreality and Revised Semiotics. Previously he was the Chief Curator at William King Museum in Abingdon, VA and also served as the Director of the Southwest/Blue Ridge Regions for the Virginia Association of Museums. He also worked at VCU’s Anderson Gallery, The Edgar Allan Poe Museum (Richmond, VA) and taught art history at Virginia Commonwealth University, Rappahannock Community College (Warsaw, VA) and Virginia Highlands Community College (Abingdon, VA). Along with artist Trent Manning, Justice also served as co-curator and resident artist at Winter Haven’s Outer Space Art Gallery and Studio.
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