Kathy Daniels, M.A., is an artist, retired art gallery director, and Art History instructor at St. Catherine University. Kathy received a B.A. in Studio Arts and Education from St. Catherine University in 1973, and earned her M.A. in Art History from the University of Wisconsin – Madison in 1991. While at Madison, she studied with Warren G. Moon, Professor of Classics and Art History.
In 2019, Kathy took part in Kate Mitcheom’s Ebbio, Tuscany Retreat, where she led art tours through various Tuscan cities and towns. She will do extensive research in anticipation of the Glorious Greece tour, paying particular attention to the art, artifacts, and architecture included in the program so she can share her knowledge with trip participants. She is an inspirational scholar who weaves art and history together, and helps tour participants make connections between Western Civilization’s past and present.