FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 14, 2019
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D. OLDHAM NEATH DEPARTS CURATOR POSITION AT KVIE PBS
Sacramento, CA: D. Oldham Neath, owner of Archival Gallery in Sacramento, departs as Art Curator of KVIE Public Television after ten years leading the annual Art Auction and as curator of the KVIE Gallery.
“My gallery (Archival Gallery) has undergone amazing changes over the past ten years and I have a renewed focus on Artists in Crisis – an organization I have raised funds and awareness for since 1986. I will be devoting my time to these exciting opportunities. I leave the KVIE position with a heavy heart and fond memories, and look forward to continuing to support the KVIE Art Auction as a volunteer, as I did for twelve years prior to creating the Art Curator role.” – D. Oldham Neath
Artists in Crisis: The Fred Uhl Ball Memorial Fund was created in 1985 after the tragic death of Fred Uhl Ball. Learn more about the fund at artistsincrisis.org.
About D. Oldham Neath and Archival Gallery
Founded in 1983 as Archival Framing, the shop opened inside the Michael Himovitz Gallery offering quality framing services to art buyers.
Curator D. Oldham Neath is a co-founder of Second Saturday, and has been part of the Sacramento arts community for over 36 years. She managed the Solomon Dubnick Gallery for seven years, served as president of the Center for Contemporary Art for three years, and as the Art Curator for KVIE Public Television from 2009-2019.
Archival Gallery is family owned and operated by Tom and D. Oldham Neath, and their niece and frame designer Nicole Oldham.