She said Pyramid Hill is an incredibly beautiful place to work. Just driving into the park to work every day is a joy and getting to walk around on the grounds is a joy. She also said it’s exciting to learn more about art and sculpture.
A search firm has been engaged to seek a permanent director, but in the meantime, Knisley Sanders will work with the staff and volunteers to keep the park and museum moving forward with planned events as well as pursuing new opportunities for 2019.
“I do not plan to apply for the permanent job. I see my role as helping the organization continue to move forward and prepare for their permanent director,” Knisley Sanders said.
She said the search has started. Pyramid Hill hopes to have a new leader in place by February 2019, according to its website.
Knisley Sanders and her husband, Bob, reside in Fairfield.
The museum is currently hosting a FotoFocus exhibition “Arbus, Frank, Penn: Masterworks of Post-War American Photography,” which will be on display through Friday, Nov. 30. The exhibition of black-and-white photos showcases the work of three photojournalists who turned their cameras on the “overlooked, unseen and ostracized” of 1950s and ‘60’s society.