Hannah Jasper is an independent interdisciplinary curator who works with contemporary art museums and galleries to showcase innovative arts and culture exhibitions.
Hannah knows that the power in good exhibitions comes at the crossroads of unheard stories and high quality execution. She believes the role of a curator is to set the stage for stories people and ideas to be shown at their highest potential.
Hannah’s most recent exhibitions include Still Here, an exhibition highlighting proposals for the memorial for the first reparations ordinance passed in the United States for racially motivated torture; Carrying A Place Called Home showcasing the art of Brittney Leanne Williams, Victoria Martinez, and Arif Smith and Everyday Resistance, a collaboration with The South Side Home Movie Project, showing home movies and images from the 60s-80s of Chicago’s South Side.
Hannah is a member of the Association of Art Museum Curators and was recently awarded a placemaking grant from the city of Chicago in 2019.
Hannah holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art and Art Administration from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.