Gallery 400 Staff
Lorelei Stewart, Director
Lorelei Stewart, Director of Gallery 400 since 2000, has organized over 40 exhibitions, including the Joyce Award-winning exhibition Edgar Arceneaux: The Alchemy of Comedy...Stupid (2006). In 2002 she initiated the acclaimed At the Edge: Innovative Art in Chicago series, a commissioning program that encouraged Chicago area artists' experimental practices. Stewart currently serves as Interim Director of the Master of Arts in Museum and Exhibition Studies program at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). She holds an MA in Curatorial Studies from the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College, a BA from Smith College, and a BFA from Corcoran College of Art and Design.
Whitney Moeller, Assistant Director
Whitney Moeller manages fundraising, communications, and operations for Gallery 400. Prior to joining the Gallery in June 2011, she worked in the Department of Contemporary Art at the Art Institute of Chicago as Exhibition Coordinator, wherein she managed all aspects of the focus series, which featured solo shows of national and international artists including Marlene Dumas, Magnus von Plessen, Mark Manders, and Margherita Manzelli, among others. Her essay on conceptual artist Michael Asher’s George Washington installations at the Art Institute of Chicago was included in the exhibition catalogue for focus: Michael Asher.
Karen Greenwalt, Gallery Graduate Assistant
Karen Greenwalt joined Gallery 400 in the fall of 2010. She is the exhibition assistant and helps manage the Propeller Fund. She received an MA in Art History at UIC and is currently a PhD student focusing on contemporary Pakistani art.
Jane Elizabeth Ross, Gallery Graduate Assistant
Jane Elizabeth Ross joined Gallery 400 in the fall of 2012 as the marketing and communications coordinator and as the accounting aide. She currently coordinates the Voices lecture series and the internship program. She is currently an MA candidate in Art History at UIC, focusing on photography.