Marie Penny, Director of Archives, Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach, will present highlights from anew exhibition opening February 5, focusing on key figures and events that shaped the evolution of the Norton. The presentation will feature rarely viewed archival materials along with key works from the Norton’s collection that shape its history.
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About Marie Penny
Marie Penny has been an Archivist for the past ten years. She graduated from Queens College at the City University of New York with a Masters in Library Science, and was previously the Director of Archives & Exhibitions at Richard Meier & Partners in New York. Penny also served as the Norton Museum of Art’s first Archivist where she established the Museum’s archives which include 80 years of institutional records. She is currently the Director of Archives at the Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach.