- Associated Press - Sunday, March 27, 2016

DEVILS LAKE, N.D. (AP) - The Lake Region Heritage Center is getting a new director and curator next month.

The Devils Lake Journal (https://bit.ly/22EN05G ) reports that the heritage center’s board of directors has chosen Rachel Johnson, a current assistant at a Missouri museum, to lead the facility in Devils Lake. Johnson will have the dual role of director and curator.

Since 2013, Johnson has been on staff at the Springfield Art Museum, where she has helped with a comprehensive permanent collection inventory. She also guest-curated an exhibit that examines textiles throughout time and across various cultures.

At the heritage center, Johnson will be responsible for scheduling history exhibits, art show and other events.

The Lake Region Heritage Center was established in 1974 to help preserve the history and culture of north central North Dakota.


Information from: Devils Lake Journal, https://www.devilslakejournal.com

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