Curator, bus rider, musician, critic, marketing genius
Jerry Dannemiller works at the Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus, Ohio. He's a recent graduate of the Institute for Curatorial Practice in Performance at Wesleyan University and recently was curator of "Bebe Miller: Tracing History" an exhibition focused on the life and work of dancer/choreographer, Bebe Miller. In addition, he has programmed and presented music events (experimental/noise/indie) over the last decade and was a music critic for NPR, the Village Voice, Salon.com, and many alternative weeklies. He lives in Columbus with his wife, son, and a chihuahua named Sweetie Pie.