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Arnie Harder

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Arnie Harder is a professional artist, educator and exhibit designer currently living and working in the Louisville Metro area. 

As an exhibit designer for the Montclair Art Museum (Montclair, New Jersey), Arnie collaborated with notable artists such as Jean Shin, Alyssa Monks and Saya Woolfalk and was responsible for the design and  installation of several critically acclaimed exhibitions including "Georgia O’Keefe in New Mexico: Architecture, Katsinam and Land," "Saya Woolfalk: The Empathics," "The New Spirit: American Art in the Armory Show (1913)," "The Smithsonian’s Archives of American Art, Armory Show (1913"), Oscar Bluemner, Picturing Paterson and was personally entrusted with the development and  installation of the “One Bedroom Recreation” for the traveling exhibition, "Herb and Dorthy Vogal: Modern Art Collection" as well as the “Silver Clouds Room” at the Andy Warhol Museum. 

For the past eight years, Arnie has been an adjunct professor at multiple universities, and is currently the digital illustration and classical figure painting professor at Bellarmine University. He simply enjoys his career as a maker of things; and  is, looking forward to the challenges ahead.