Shaun Dingwerth - Executive Director
Shaun Thomas Dingwerth has served as the Executive Director at the Richmond Art Museum, Richmond, Indiana since 2004. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. Before becoming the Executive Director, he served as the Director of Operations for five years and served on the Board of Trustees of the Richmond Art Museum for three years.
Shaun has been curator of numerous exhibitions, including “The Overbecks: Hannah and Her Sisters”, “From California to Indiana: The Art of Charles Conner” and “Rural Material Culture: Selections from Indiana and Borders”. His new publication, The Richmond Group Artists, will be released by Indiana University Press in May 2014.
He has also had articles published in national art magazines including Plein Air Magazine and Fine Art Connoisseur. He serves on the board of the Richmond Symphony Orchestra and is the facilitator for the Wayne County Cultural Alliance and Arts Fusion. He is frequently asked to juror at area art exhibitions across Indiana and Ohio.
Lance Crow - Education Director
Lance Crow enjoys serving as the Education Director of the Richmond Art Museum. After graduating from St. Joseph's College with a B.A. in English specializing in creative writing, Lance taught English for three years. An appreciator of art since a young age, he has participated as a juror for the Darke County Fair, the Dayton Socitey of Painters and Sculptors, the Women's Fund, the Boys and Girls Club of America, the Randolph County High School Art Exhibition, and the 45th Student Art Exhibit at the Sheldon Swope Museum in Terre Haute, Indiana. For the past 8 years, Lance has overseen all educational programming at RAM including Art Is… a hands on, multicultural exhibit for grades K – 3, the annual All Wayne County High School Art Exhibition, and the Phantoscope High School Film Festival. Lance also curated an exhibit entitled Art and Architecture of Wayne County which featured middle school student images of historic places in the community which hung in the William G. Scott House, a historic building in Richmond. Lance programs interdisciplinary, year round art classes at RAM in mediums such as ceramics, painting, digital photography and youth art experiences, and implemented RAM's first summer camp. Lance is an active poet and enjoys dabbling in the visual arts with ink on paper, and clay.