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May 8, 2013 at 11:53 AM

Photo Center NW names new leader

Michelle Dunn Marsh has been named executive director of Photo Center NW, the board of directors announced this week. Marsh, a graduate of Puyallup High School (as well as Pace University and Bard College), will start work this summer. Her resume includes 15 years with Aperture Foundation in New York, and stint as co-publisher of Aperture magazine; senior editor of art/design at Chronicle Books in San Francisco; and professor of graphic design at Seattle Central Community College. She joins the center in a time of growth — other new staff have been hired, from museums and galleries in London, Chicago, and New York, and the center has just finished some renovations.

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