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Kitsa Oteo

Museum Educator, Internship Coordinator

Kitsa received a master’s degree in Museum Education from the George Washington University, and master’s and bachelor’s degrees in Art History and Curatorial Studies from Brigham Young University. While her area of study is Early Christian, Byzantine, and Medieval art, her passion is education. In particular, she aims to create experiential learning opportunities through various mediums in an informal environment. Her museum experience includes holding the positions of Registrar at the Kimball Art Center, Educator at the Library of Congress, and Education and Programs Coordinator at the National Museum of Industrial History.

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William Bliss Baker (1859-1886), 'Fallen Monarchs,' 1886, oil on canvas, 30 x 39 3/4 inches. Brigham Young University Museum of Art, gift of Thomas E. Robinson, 1974.

Questions I help with: 

Student educator positions, family programs (Van Gogh to Playdough and Open Studio), internships, volunteering

Favorite MOA Artwork: 

Fallen Monarchs by William Bliss Baker

Favorite Thing about the MOA:

I love mentoring student educators as they learn to inspire children in the galleries and studio.