Mary Deleary

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Mary Deleary

Mary Deleary (Chippewas of the Thames First Nation) is a graduate of the B.A Museum Studies program at the Institute of American Indian Arts and Culture in Santa Fe, NM. Currently, as assistant to the Vision Maker Media Archive, she is responsible for the inventory of 4,000 media and audio assets and the development of strategies for archive preservation and access. Before joining Vision Maker Media, Mary was Gallery Director and Instructor for the Institute of American Indian Arts and Culture. She is the recipient of two competitive fellowships, the Andrew W. Mellon Research Fellowship and the Peabody Essex Museum 2012 Native American Fellowship.

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Archive Assistant
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Chippewas of the Thames First Nation
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Boozhoo, my name is Mary Deleary and I am the Archive Assistant for Vision Maker Media. In 2010, I graduated from the Museum Studies program at the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Prior to joining the Vision Maker Media team, I was the Coordinator for the IAIA Primitive Edge Gallery, and instructor of the Art and Exhibit Preparation and Introduction to Repatriation courses.

 
 

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