Richard McCoy, Adjunct Faculty

Richard McCoy is director of Landmark Columbus, an organization dedicated to caring for and celebrating the world-renowned design heritage of Columbus, Indiana.

Mr. McCoy is an experienced leader who has an excellent history of finding unique solutions to complex cultural heritage challenges, working on art in the public, writing for digital and print publications, teaching in graduate programs, and creating innovative web projects. From 2003 to 2013, Mr. McCoy worked at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, where he created the nationally-recognized Objects & Variable Art Conservation Laboratory. He has developed and taught graduate-level courses for both Johns Hopkins University and Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis.

A former Fulbright Scholar to Spain, Mr. McCoy is a 2015 graduate of the Leadership Bartholomew County Collaboration through Coalition Leadership course. He holds a master’s degree in art history from New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts and an Advance Certificate from the Conservation Center. He received his bachelor’s degree from Indiana University, double majoring in journalism and political science.

Richard McCoy