William G. Franklin
Adjunct Faculty
MLS and minor in Art History, University of Minnesota

William G. Franklin is an educator and an independent art curator. Franklin has juried student exhibitions, served as panelist reviewing applications for grants, and advised in art committees. He also works as bilingual educator for the Education Programs at the Walker Art Center giving tours of the exhibits to students and guests.

Franklin's most recent curatorial project focused on the migrant caravan crisis and the resulting exhibition was held at Concordia Gallery in St. Paul from November through December of 2019. Caravan was highlighted by the Star Tribune as a top recommendation for Twin Cities gallery and museum goers.