Pamela Meadows is a Denver-based curator with a focus on contemporary, site-specific/conscious art. Her curatorial vision is aimed towards place making, specifically developing immersive experiences that prompt dynamic, participatory engagement. Her research provides critical discourse through the lens of the visual arts and interdisciplinary practice. Meadows is currently the Curator at The Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (BMoCA).
Prior to her appointment as Curator at BMoCA, Meadows served as the Director & Curator of the University of Northern Colorado Galleries in Greeley. She has curated a diverse range of exhibitions at institutions such as: The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (Houston, TX), Find & Form Space (Boston, MA), The Samek Art Museum at Bucknell University (Lewisburg, PA), The Diego Rivera Gallery, (San Francisco, CA), Receiver Gallery (San Francisco, CA), The New Art Center (Newton, MA), and Montserrat Galleries (Beverly, MA).
Meadows has published articles in The American Alliance of Museums: The Center for the Future of Museums, Big Red & Shiny, and Art New England among others. Most recently, she published the exhibition catalog for Yucca Fountain (2020), in collaboration with artists Andrew Bablo and Helen Popinchalk. She has guest contributed to exhibition catalogs such as, Wanderlust: Actions, Traces, Journeys 1967-2017 by Rachel Adams Miller and SEVEN: A Performative Drawing Project 2013-2015 co-authored by Leonie Bradbury and Maggie Cavallo.
Meadows holds a Masters in Exhibition and Museum Studies from the San Francisco Art Institute and a Bachelor of Arts in Art History and Museum Studies from Juniata College.