Meet the MOA: Clyda Ludlow

 In MOA Features, MOA Staff

Every so often we highlight one of the amazing staff members here at the MOA, so you can get a look at the wonderful work that so many talented people do to make the MOA great! This week we chat with Clyda Ludlow, the Collections Manager, which is part of the Registration Department. She knows the MOA’s collection better than anyone and gets to handle the artworks up close and personal.


Clyda with her husband and daughter in Bamberg, Germany, during their trip to visit German Christmas Markets this past December.

MOA: Thanks for talking with us, Clyda! How long you’ve worked at the MOA?
Clyda: I’ve worked here for two years, though I have worked at the MOA on and off since the summer of 2007.

MOA: What is a typical day like for you here at the MOA?
Clyda: There is no such thing as a typical day!!!

MOA: How did you prepare vocationally or educationally for your position?
Clyda: BA in Art History and Curatorial Studies, plus work experience.

the spinner

Thomas Wilmer Dewing (1851-1938), “The Spinner,” 1880, oil on canvas, 42 x 54 inches, Brigham Young University Museum of Art, gift of Donald Greenwood.

MOA: What is your favorite piece in the MOA’s permanent collection?
Clyda: That is a hard one. I love The Feast of Herod by School of Rubens, The Spinner by Thomas Dewing, Merging of Spring and Winter by Maynard Dixon, and don

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