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Creative Roundtable: Michele Cairella Fillmore, Curator, Pomona colleges
November 2, 2023 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Creative Roundtable: Michele Cairella Fillmore, Curator, Pomona Colleges
Thursday, November 2 | 12 – 1 PM
18th Street Arts Center Airport Campus
3026 Airport Ave. Santa Monica
Join Michele Cairella Fillmore, Curator of the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery and Don. B. Huntley Gallery at Cal Poly Pomona for an in-person friendly meet and greet.
Open to existing artists-in-residence and Borderless Citizens. Register in advance to add this event to your calendar and receive automatic reminders! Pre-registration not required to attend.
About Michele Cairella Fillmore
Michele Cairella Fillmore is the Curator of the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery and Don. B. Huntley Gallery, at Cal Poly Pomona, and the Curator/Collections Manager of College of Environmental Design Collections. Concurrently, she is also an independent Art Consultant and Fine Arts Appraiser.
Prior to Cal Poly Pomona, Cairella Fillmore was the Art Collection Manager of MOLAA | Museum of Latin American Art, where along with the care of over one thousand objects in the institution’s collection, she also contributed to the curatorial programming. Early in her career, Cairella Fillmore was the Gallery Director/Art History Instructor at Fullerton College where she organized and curated dozens of art exhibitions while also managing the college’s permanent collection.
Cairella Fillmore has spent over 14 years as an Art Consultant, Independent Curator, and Fine Arts Appraiser and manager of her own arts consultation network known as caire/LArts. She has also been a Public Relations Liaison and Art Researcher for SCAPE | Southern California Art Projects and Exhibitions, a contemporary art gallery in Corona del Mar.
Cairella Fillmore received her first BA in Business Administration with a double major in Advertising Management and International Business, and foreign language emphases on Spanish and Portuguese. She began her career in Arts Administration, starting as an intern at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, Italy, and subsequently in Art Collections Management as the Assistant to the Art Collections Manager and Murals Coordinator at the Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department.