Mellon Curricular and Digital Projects Coordinator and Carlson Collection Intern, University of Kansas
Ashley B. Offill received her doctorate in art history at the University of Kansas. She specializes in Italian art and architecture of the early modern period, particularly sculpture and architecture associated with the cult of saints and relics. Her research engages with issues that concern early modern art and society, such as commemoration, celebration, viewership, reception, artistic and cultural exchange, and theatricality. She previously worked as the Andrew W. Mellon Coordinator of Academic Programs at the Spencer Museum of Art and has been the Mellon Curricular and Digital Projects Coordinator and Carlson Collection Intern since 2019.