Kim Mitchell (BFA '79)

Kim Mitchell (BFA '79) is a decorated leader in the art world and partner at Brunswick Arts—a firm that promotes and manages the reputation and interests of arts, cultural and charitable organizations—where she helps lead strategic advisory work for organizations across the visual, performing and literary arts. She has worked with top cultural clients in North America, including The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Art Institute of Chicago; Brooklyn Museum; Cleveland Museum of Art; Cooper Hewitt/Smithsonian Design Museum; The Frick Collection; and more.

“I loved my experience at Tyler. The teachers in the Photography Program opened my eyes to a much wider world of art. I loved the sense of curiosity there. I felt that it really prepared me to go out into a world where you’re maybe not so supported—where you have to rely on your own resources.”
– Kim Mitchell

With more than 20 years experience in the arts, Mitchell has previously served as the chief communications officer at The Museum of Modern Art, where she helped to enhance the institution’s global reputation as a leader in modern and contemporary art, as well as a top New York City cultural destination. She also teaches marketing and public relations at Sotheby’s Institute of Art in New York and has lectured in the U.S. and abroad.