Tim Stark is an artist, curator, and fine arts professional with over 10 years of
experience in contemporary art management, exhibition design, installation, and curation.
He received his MFA from The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston at Tufts University
and his BA from the Johnston Center for Integrative Studies at the University of Redlands.
As a fine arts professional he has worked with a diverse range of arts organizations in institutions, including Los Angeles Nomadic Division, LA Louver, Hammer Museum, Oklahoma State Museum of Art, the Norman Arts Council, and the Herron School for Art + Design. He served as the director for the social art initiative StART Norman and as the curator for the 2015 National Weather Center Biennale. In his role as the Project Director of the Basile Center at the Herron School of Art + Design he cultivated fully funded opportunities with public and private organizations for student artists and designers.
More recently, Tim has been a full time artist and freelance curator focusing on work that investigates the intersection of identity, memory, popular culture, and form.Tim Stark, Harold J. Miossi Gallery Coordinator
The gallery is also supported by the following individuals:
Magnolia Stork, Fine Arts Division Assistant
Douglas Highland, Chair of Fine Arts