Blake Milteer

Blake Milteer is the Museum Director and Curator of American Art at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. For CSFAC, he oversees the museum’s American art collection and has curated original temporary exhibitions such as Sandzén in Colorado, William Kentridge: The World is Process, Conflict|Resolution, Mikel Glass: The Discarded, Colorado Springs Abstract, Imaginary Histories of the West: Edie Winograde and Walt Kuhn, and Colorado Sublime: Selections from the Loo Family Collection. He was also Fine Arts Center curator for the travelling exhibitions NASA|ART: 50 Years of Exploration, Impressionist and Modern Masters from the New Orleans Museum of Art, and The Eclectic Eye: Selections from the Frederick R. Weisman Collection.

Previously, Mr. Milteer served as Curatorial Assistant and coordinated special projects for the Denver Art Museum’s Modern and Contemporary Art department. Mr. Milteer is also an artist and has been adjunct professor of art history at the University of Colorado and Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design. He received a Master of Arts in Art History/Museum Studies from the University of Denver and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Maryland Institute College of Art.