Krista Anderson-Larson is the Collections Manager at the Flaten Art Museum at St. Olaf College, overseeing the care and circulation of 5,000+ objects in the museum's collection and coordinating visual teaching and learning with these objects. 

Anderson-Larson visual artist and arts administrator. Their sculpture, installation, and video work explores themes related to domestic spaces and sexual identity through materials ranging from found objects to oil paint. Anderson-Larson was a 2021 Minnesota State Arts Board Creative Support for Individuals Grant recipient, and was awarded the Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award in 2016 from the International Sculpture Center in Hamilton, NJ. Their work has been included in numerous solo and group exhibitions, and has also been featured in several publications including Sculpture magazine and Art in America.

Professionally, Anderson-Larson works in arts administration and has extensive experience in exhibition planning and execution. They have an aptitude for organization and communication, and regularly work in collection management, artwork consultation, exhibition installation, and grant writing. This wide range of experience has come from working with arts centers ranging from smaller galleries like CIRCA Gallery and Waiting Room to large institutions such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. 

Anderson-Larson received their B.F.A. in sculpture from Bethel University (St. Paul, MN). They are an active member of the American Alliance of Museums' Collections Stewardship and LGBTQ+ Alliance networks. 

Anderson-Larson resides in Minneapolis, MN with their partner and cat, Miso.