Heather Haden serves on the Art History faculty at Kent State University’s School of Art, and is a Specialist at Cowan’s Auctions. She holds an M.A. in Art History and a B.A. in Fashion Design, both from Kent State University. Haden currently teaches the online art history course, Art as a World Phenomenon. She has taught fashion illustration at the KSU Fashion School, contemporary art history as a faculty member at Malone University, and served various roles at the Massillon Museum from 2014-2017, and at the Kent State University Museum from 2007-2013. Additionally, she has presented independent art historical research to regional, national, and international audiences at conferences held through the Midwest Art Historical Society, the Ohio Museums Association, the College Art Association, and the Image Knowledge Community. While serving as the Curator of the Massillon Museum, her exhibition, Blind Spot: A Matter of Perception, was awarded Best Exhibition 2017 by the Ohio Museums Association. An article sharing the exhibition title, co-authored by Haden and exhibition partner John Luchin, appeared in the Spring 2018 issue of Exhibition journal, published by the National Association of Museum Exhibition, a network of the American Alliance of Museums.