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Susan Mitchell Crawley

curator, High Museum of Art

Susan Mitchell Crawley is associate curator of folk art at the High Museum of Art. Her traveling retrospective exhibition of the sculpture of the Georgia wood carver Ulysses Davis is currently touring the United States. Her previous exhibitions include “Dreamscapes: Imaginary Landscapes from the Folk Art Collection” (2009), “Louis Monza: From Politics to Paradise” (2007), and “Southern Vernacular: Nineteenth Century Folk Art,” an ongoing installation of vernacular furniture, pottery, and textiles from the High’s permanent collection. Crawley received a master of arts degree in art history from Georgia State University in January 2005.