Kayla Schweitzer, Grants Coordinator - Heritage & Traditional Arts
Kayla Schweitzer joined the NH State Council on the Arts in December 2016 as the Heritage & Traditional Arts Coordinator. She oversees the heritage and traditional arts grants, programs, research and fieldwork, and the NH Heritage and Traditional Arts blog. Kayla holds a Bachelor’s degree in Art History from the University of Delaware. She graduated with her Master of Arts degree in Cultural Heritage and Preservation Studies from Rutgers University, New Jersey, where she focused her research on different programming and initiative opportunities celebrating, utilizing, and sustaining heritage for purposes of public and community engagement, tourism, urban development, and education.
Prior to joining the Arts Council, Kayla worked as the Education Assistant at the Demuth Museum and Lancaster Museum of Art and has previously interned at the Office of International Relations (OIR) at the Smithsonian Institution, SAFE/Saving Antiquities for Everyone, and the Demuth Museum.
Her interests include traveling, sports, skiing, hiking, DIY projects, crafts, thrifting, and trying different cuisines.
January 15, 2014