Rubin Center for the Visual Arts The University of Texas at El Paso
Kerry Doyle is the Associate Curator/Assistant Director of the Stanlee and Gerald Rubin Center for the Visual Arts where she participates in curatorial projects with a focus on cross-border dialogue and contemporary Latin American art. She spent fifteen years in social service and community education in Chicago, El Paso, and Juárez and specializes in activities that engage diverse sectors of the border community. Recent curatorial projects include Battleground: Tania Candiani and Regina José Galindo (2009), Contra Flujo: Independence and Revolution (2010), and Fernando Llanos, Revolutionary Imaginary: The Death of Video Man (2010). She was a 2009 Fellow at the Smithsonian Institute for Latino Museum Studies, has presented at both American Association of Museums and Texas Association of Museums annual conferences, and is the Art Editor of the academic journal Interdisciplinary Humanities. She holds a B.A. in Political Science from De Paul University in Chicago, and a B.A. in Drawing and Printmaking and M.A. in Latin American and Border Studies from the University of Texas at El Paso.