Richard has been the lead force creating both Landmark Columbus and Exhibit Columbus. A former Fulbright Scholar to Spain, McCoy has worked for a number of major U.S. art museums and collections. He brings an excellent track record of finding unique solutions to complex cultural heritage challenges, caring for art in the public, and creating innovative web projects.
Anne is an innovative cultural leader, curator, and art dealer with more than 15 years of experience creating collaboration-based projects and gallery exhibitions. She is the owner of the consulting firm, art + space, and was the inaugural director of Project 4 gallery in Washington, D.C.
Kelly is the director and associate professor of the Indiana University Center for Art+Design in Columbus. He holds degrees in architecture from Auburn University and Harvard University. He has held academic positions at Columbia University, Yale University, MIT, Auburn University, Florida University, Northeastern University and the Rhode Island School of Design.
Jonathan is a furniture and exhibition designer based in Columbus who works with a variety of producers in the Midwest that use conventional and digital fabrication processes to execute his designs in a myriad of materials and finishes. In 2009, "Wallpaper" honored Jonathan with a Design Award for Best Use Of Material for his “Library Bookcase,” a wall-mounted shelf in polished aluminum that was recently added to the permanent collection of the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
Janice teaches design studio and is the graduate director of the Master of Architecture Professional Degree program at Ball State University. Licensed in California and Indiana, she has worked on an array of programs, scales, and conditions. Janice is a principal at Shimizu + Coggeshall Architects.
Joshua is a licensed architect and partner in the award-winning firm Shimizu + Coggeshall Architects since 2000. He is currently an associate professor of Architecture at Ball State University. He is committed to an architecture that heightens awareness of the cultural and built context.
Erin has been developing educational opportunities for learners of all ages since 2000. During her time as a high school teacher, she built relationships with her students through respectful and adaptive teaching. Currently, as owner of Genius Fish, she helps cultural organizations support the learning of their audiences by encouraging curiosity, fostering exploration, and honoring individual meaning-making.
Wil Marquez uses innovative design principles to probe ideas of public space, architecture, and equity. His studio w/purpose has developed a unique “bring people to design” portfolio that includes unique public spaces, urban design strategies, architectural installations, and some eye catching affordable housing developments.
A native of Columbus, Brooke pairs her love of art and design with her desire to make her city a great place to live. With roots in architecture and preservation, she engages the community through advocacy and education programming related to the design heritage of Columbus.
Hadley is an Indianapolis-based photographer who works with organizations, artists, and designers to incorporate and elevate photographic practice deeper into the creative and collaborative process. Nationally recognized and published, Hadley’s work is created with thoughtful intent and utilized to recognize historic endeavors while advancing contemporary engagement.
Rick Valicenti was commissioned to design the graphic identity for Exhibit Columbus. Valicenti is the founder and design director of Thirst, a communication design practice in Chicago providing design and immersive environments for high profile clients in the architectural, performing arts, and education communities. His work has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), resides in the permanent collections of the Yale and Columbia University libraries, Denver Art Museum, and the Art Institute of Chicago, and has been published in The New York Times. The White House honored Valicenti in 2011 with the Smithsonian Cooper Hewitt, National Design Award for Communication Design.
Exhibit Columbus is grateful for the editorial work of Eleanor Rust, the writing of Aidan Cronin, Chris Merritt, and Enrique Ramirez.