Kathleen Laucius is a designer, fine arts curator, and creative director of the Omega Institute.
She brings more than 30 years of design experience to Omega and leads a team that is responsible for creating and maintaining the organization's visual brand online, in print, and at Omega's conferences, events, and initiatives on- and off-site. Drawing on her studies in contemporary design in Denmark, Kathleen infuses the projects she leads with a strong sense of balance and a modern perspective.
For nearly two decades, Kathleen's boutique advertising agency in Hoboken, New Jersey, served a diverse group of clients, including the YMCA, HypoVereinsbank (Munich and New York), Equis Corporation, Cushman & Wakefield, Inc., Constantin Consulting (Paris and New York), and Daimler Chrysler.
As a gallery owner, Kathleen curated exhibits that included works by artists of note, including Robert Motherwell, Alice Aycock, and Robert Rauschenberg. Her gallery in Beacon, New York, was featured regularly in the New York Times. At Omega, Kathleen continues to connect people to art by curating pop-up art exhibits that both educate and inspire.
She also serves as vice president of the board of directors of the Women’s Studio Workshop.