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Ken Kelsey is an Adjunct Instructor in the Departments of History and Fine Arts at Northwestern Oklahoma State University. He teaches a variety of online history courses, ranging from “Ancient Greece” to “US History since 1877,” as well as a series of three, two-credit classes that make up the “Public History Certificate.” He also teaches “Art in Life,” an art appreciation course for the Fine Arts department.
Mr. Kelsey holds both a BA and MA in History from Oklahoma State University and a MA in Art History from the University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. Before moving back to his home state of Oklahoma, Mr. Kelsey worked for ten years in the Education Department of the Dallas Museum of Art, eventually as the Manager of Teaching Programs, where he prepared docents and area educators to teach in the museum.
In addition to his work at NWOSU, Mr. Kelsey is the Regional Arts Network Coordinator for the Oklahoma Arts Council. He also does back-stage work at Enid’s Gaslight Theatre and continues his vineyard work at Longwood Farm west of Ringwood, Oklahoma.