Education: The Fleming Museum is the leading interdisciplinary, multicultural learning resource in Vermont, offering original exhibitions and programs that serve audiences of all ages.
Collection: The Fleming Museum provides unequaled community access to Vermont's preeminent collection of worldwide art and material culture while conscientiously preserving the objects for future generations.
Community: The Fleming Museum partners with local, regional, and national arts, education and social services organizations to optimize resources and quality of art experiences for its communities.
Janie Cohen is director of UVM's Robert Hull Fleming Museum. During her first year in this position, she facilitated two major exhibitions at the Fleming: REMBRANDT AND THE ART OF ETCHING: PRINTS FROM THE REMBRANDT HOUSE MUSEUM, AMSTERDAM (9/03-12/03) and ANDY WORHOL WORK AND PLAY (1/03-06/03).
Cohen previously served as the Fleming's curator and assistant director for more than a decade. Cohen has knowledge and expertise of the museum world, fund raising and grant writing. She has curated many notable exhibitions at the Fleming, including the first U.S. exhibition of German visual artist Gunter Grass and the first Picasso exhibition in Vermont. She also has contributed to numerous publications about Picasso's works.