The Kimberly Camp papers include biographical material, writings, works of art, audiovisual material, and printed material relating to the career of Kimberly Camp as an artist and arts administrator.
Biographical material includes appointment books. Writings consist of manuscript drafts for "Defending the Dead: The Totally True Story of the Barnes Transformation" (not yet published) and notebooks and sketchbooks about her art and career as an arts administrator. Audio visual material includes 18 audio cassettes and 39 VHS video cassettes containing interviews or lectures given by Camp as well as assorted recordings related to her work. Printed material relates to Camp's position as an arts administrator.
Biographical / Historical:
Kimberly Camp (1956-) is an African American painter, dollmaker, and arts administrator in Collingswood, New Jersey. Camp was executive director of the Barnes Foundation from 1999-2005.
Donated 2016 by Kimberly Camp.
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