Donna Page

Donna Page curator

Donna Page holds an M.F.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her prior publications include A Cameroon World: Art and Artifacts from the Marshall and Caroline Mount Collection (2007), Artists and Patrons in Traditional African Cultures: African Art from the Gary Schulze Collection (2005); Nigerian Art from the Collection of Judith and Leonard Kahan (1997); African Art from the Collection of Dr. Michael Berger (1997); and Two, Three, Four: Multiples in African Art (1987). With Leonard Kahan, she is a co-author of the forthcoming Surfaces: Color, Substance and Ritual Applications on African Sculpture. She taught studio art at Queensborough Community College / CUNY (1987-1999), Drew University (1988-1995), and Illinois Wesleyan University (1971-1979) where she also served as Interim Director of the Department of Art. Ms. Page is currently engaged in the conservation of African art and in research for future publications.

Donna Page has written several essays on the art of Africa, including “Two, Three, Four: Multiples in African Art” for Muhlenberg College (1987), and most recently “Keepers of the History in African Art ” from the Collection of Dr. Miacael Berger for the SMA Museum in Tenafly, N.J. (1997). She has been an adjunct in the Department of Art & Photography at Queensborough Community College since 1987. She is currently working on other catalogue essays including “Liberian Images” for the SMA Museum.