About Jennifer McGregor
Bio: Jennifer McGregor is a public art expert with substantive experience directing, implementing, and managing contemporary art projects and programs. She has directed Wave Hill’s visual arts program since 1999, curating numerous topical exhibitions that connect the public with nature, culture and site, at this 28-acre public garden and cultural center in the Bronx. In this capacity she works with emerging and mid-career artists on temporary commissioned projects. Many of these artists have or will embark on public art projects. As the first director of New York City’s Percent for Art Program from 1983-1990, she implemented the program guidelines and supervised the first sixty projects. In 1990, she founded McGregor Consulting to work nationally on commissions, exhibitions, and master plans. She was instrumental in starting the Public Art Network and together with Renee Piechocki was the first facilitator of the program. Most recently she was the public art consultant for New York City’s Flight 587 Memorial in Belle Harbor, New York, and the New Instructional Building for the Bronx Community College, designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Ms. McGregor has taught at Cooper Union and New York University and regularly serves on juries and panels. She graduated from Brown University with a B.A. in art.