Hadley, Craig R., M.A.
Director and Curator of Exhibitions and University Collections with rank of Assistant Professor
Non-Profit Management Certificate, Kellogg School of Business, 2017
AAMG/Kellogg Academic Museum Leadership Seminar Certificate, 2014
MA History/Museum Studies University of Missouri - St. Louis, 2008
Archaeology Field School, Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville, 2008
BA Anthropology, minors in Asian Studies and Museum Studies Beloit College, 2006
COURSES REGULARLY TAUGHT
May Term and Winter Term courses in Museology, Prindle Reading Courses, Independent Study, and Summer Research Fellowships.
Post-1945 Japanese modernism
Portayal of Japanese-American incarceration through museum exhibitions
The intersection of object-based learning and visual literacy in higher education (teachvisual.glca.org)
SELECTED GRANTS & AWARDS
NEH Preservation Assistance Grant: New Oversize Storage for Paintings
Inaugural IMLS/FAIC Collections Assessment for Preservation Program (CAP)
E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation: Grant for Tibetan art catalog
Indiana Arts Commission: Regional Initiative Grant for Ken Gonzales-Day: Shadowlands exhibition
American Law Institute - Continuing Legal Education: Scholarship to attend Legal Issues in Museum Administration
E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation: Grant for Japanese folding screen storage
NEH Preservation Assistance Grant: New flat files for collections storage
IMLS Museums for America Grant: Painting Collection Rehousing Initiative
Indiana Arts Commission: Regional Initiative Grant for Where Do We Migrate To? exhibition
Japan Foundation - New York: Abstract Traditions catalog support
Cox, Ashlyn and Craig Hadley. 2018. "Russian Icons from the DePauw University Art Collection." Greencastle: DePauw University Press (forthcoming).
Cox, Ashlyn, Jason Fuller, Craig Hadley, Sujung Kim, and Amelia Warren. 2017. "Infinite Splendor, Infinite Light: The Bruce Walker '53 Collection of Tibetan Religious Art." Greencastle: DePauw University Press.
Hadley, Craig, and Mark Ruschman. 2017. "From Munich to Brown County: The Life and Artwork of T.C. Steele." Greencastle: DePauw University Press.
Hadley, Craig, and Mark Ruschman, "The Life and Artwork of T.C. Steele," American Art Review Vol. XXIX No. 3 (2017): 50-55.
Hadley, Craig. 2017. "Richard E. Peeler Art Center, DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana: Museum Assessment Program Spotlight." Museum, March/April.
Jill Hartz et. al., Professional Practices for Academic Museums & Galleries (Pennsylvania: AAMG Press, 2017), 1-24.
Chiba, Hiroko, Craig Hadley, Pauline Ota, Paul Watt, and Taylor Zartman. 2016. "Abstract Traditions: Postwar Japanese Prints from the DePauw University Permanent Art Collection." Greencastle: DePauw University Press.
Hadley, Craig. 2016. "DePauw's 'Lost Lincoln'." DePauw Magazine, Summer.
Hadley, Craig. 2016. "Playing the Long Game: Improving Storage & Access One Piece at a Time." Institute of Museum & Library Services, November 17. Accessed April 10, 2017.