Cameo Hoyle ’10 is back in Lynchburg to lead a local arts organization.
Hoyle recently became the executive director of the James River Council for the Arts and Humanities. The organization works to develop support for the arts and reflect the cultural and creative heritage of the Lynchburg area.
Hoyle majored in art, with an emphasis in studio art, at Randolph-Macon Woman’s College. Since graduating, she served as the director of programs and interpretation at the Telluride Historical Musieum in Colorado. She also is a working artist.
Find out more about Hoyle and her new position in this announcement by the James River Council for the Arts and Humanities.Tags: alumnae accomplishments, art, studio art