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Inspiration and Opportunity: Art History Reflects on its Past to Determine its Future
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2/11/2011
When: 2/11/2011
9:30 AM
Where: College Art Association Annual Conference
Hilton Hotel - Midtown Manhattan
Gramercy A, 2nd Floor, Hilton New York
New York, New York 
United States


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Inspiration and Opportunity:
Art History Reflects on its Past to Determine
its Future

Date/Time: Friday, February 11, 9:30am-12:00pm

Location: Hilton Hotel, midtown Manhattan, Gramercy A, 2nd Floor, Hilton New York

Details:


A team of 2010 Fellows of the Center for Curatorial Leadership will discuss findings from a recent survey that elicited almost 700 responses from both curators and academics about education, training, and the reasons behind career choices.  Lessons for the future are embedded in the surprising results.  Discussion with chairs of art history departments, museum curators, foundation representatives and those who attend this session will address strategies for creative solutions to the academic/museum conundrum.


Participants:

Moderator:  Elizabeth W. Easton, Director, Center for Curatorial Leadership

Colin Bailey,
Peter J. Sharp Associate Director and Chief Curator, The Frick Collection
Malcolm Daniel, Curator of Photographs, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Alisa LaGamma, Curator of African and Oceanic Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Patricia Rubin, Director, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University
Kristina Van Dyke, Curator of Collections and Research, The Menil Collection
Mariët Westermann, Vice President, The Andrew C. Mellon Foundation


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