Paula Crown

Artist; Board Member, Aspen Institute Committee of the Arts; Principal, Henry Crown and Company

Paula Crown is an artist, advocate, and entrepreneur. She has spearheaded progressive initiatives in education, children’s health, environmentally sustainable business practices, and the arts. A cross-disciplinary artist, Crown’s work engages pencil to 3D printers. Since 2015, she has had solo exhibitions in New York, London, Miami, Aspen, and Dallas. Currently, her exhibition Architecture of Memory can be seen at the Venice Biennale. She is a trustee of the Museum of Modern Art, where she chairs the Education Committee, and serves on the Aspen Institute Committee on the Arts. A former member of President Obama’s Presidential Committee on the Arts and Humanities, Crown is a principal at Henry Crown and Company in Chicago.

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