Pat Villeneuve is Professor and Director of Arts Administration in the Department of Art Education, Florida State University, where she has developed new graduate programs in Museum Education and Visitor-Centered Exhibitions. Pat is editor of the book From Periphery to Center: Art Museum Education in the 21st Century and recipient of the National Art Education Association museum educator of the year award in 2009. Recently, she has developed supported interpretation, a model for visitor-centered exhibitions. Other research interests include organizational sustainability and constructivist teaching. Pat has published and presented extensively nationally and internationally, and she can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ph.D. in higher education administration and art education, University of Arizona
MA in art education, University of Arizona
Art/museum education, organizational leadership, teaching and learning theory
Art/museum education and supported interpretation (visitor-centered exhibitions)
– Rowson Love A., Villeneuve, P.,Burns, J., & Scher, A. (2019, May) Dimensions of Curation: Honoring Objects and Audiences Through Collaboration. Presented at the Annual Conference and Museum Expo of the American Alliance of Museums (New Orleans, LA)– Love, A. R., Villeneuve, P., Burns, J., Wessel, B., & Jiang, X. (2021). Dimensions of Curation Competing Values Model: Tool for Shifting Exhibition Priorities in Art Museums. CURATOR-THE MUSEUM JOURNAL.