Lorin Zehr to pursue a career in art museum curation

by Tyler Segraves
Our Emory & Henry seniors are preparing to graduate and change the world.

Lorin Zehr, from Holly Pond, Ala., will graduate in May 2022 with a bachelor’s degree in Studio Art with a minor in Visual Communication. Throughout her time at Emory & Henry College Zehr was involved with Greek Life as a Delta Rho Delta sister and with Emory & Henry’s track and field team as a thrower.

“This place is special. The education that I have gained here has been extremely beneficial in so many ways. I’ve had the opportunity to find what I really love to do during my time here and I have gotten the opportunity to work here in the MCA gallery as a work-study. I quickly fell in love with art curation. I had an internship with the William King Museum of Art where I was able to have the curatorial experience,” said Zehr. “I have loved my time here at Emory & Henry.”

Zehr is a first-generation college graduate, and she intends to pursue a career in art curation.

The family and connections that you can make here are some of the most important that you will ever make.


Holly Pond, Alabama