Megan Lykins Reich is Deputy Director of Program, Planning, and Engagement for MOCA Cleveland. In this role, Reich manages MOCA's strategic plan and supervises the Curatorial and Programs + Education departments, directing artist and audience engagement through exhibitions, education, public events, collaborative initiatives, media interpretation, and special projects. Reich also curates exhibitions at the museum; since starting at MOCA in 2004, she has organized twenty exhibitions including There Goes the Neighborhood, iona rozeal brown: all falls down, Duke Riley: An Invitation to Lubberland, and DIRGE: Reflections on [Life and] Death. She lives in Solon, Ohio with her husband and three children.
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