Meg Jackson Fox

Curator of Interdisciplinary and Community Practices
  • Center for Creative Photography

Meg Jackson Fox is the Associate Curator of Academic and Public Programs at the Center for Creative Photography. She has an M.A. in Modern History from the University of Tennessee; an M.A. in Art and Museum Studies from Georgetown University, jointly convened with Sotheby's Institute of Art-London; and a Ph.D in Art History-Contemporary Art & Theory from the University of Arizona. Jackson Fox draws from a research base that uniquely sweeps from western Europe through eastern Europe to North America. A twelve-year background teaching in universities and cultural institutions, Jackson Fox maintains a rigorous program of speaking and publishing locally, nationally, and internationally, and is currently working on her first book manuscript, Movement(s): Essays on Art, Politics, and Running.