#AskACurator: September 17 on Twitter
The Cleveland Museum of Art is excited to participate in this year's official Ask a Curator Day on Twitter. On Wednesday, September 17, we invite you to ask a question of a curator on Twitter by using the hashtag #AskaCurator and including @ClevelandArt in your tweet! In the meantime, meet our participating curators below, and feel free to ask your questions in advance in the comments section!
Curator of Pre-Columbian and Native North American Art
Susan Bergh has served as curator of the Pre-Columbian and Native North American collections at the Cleveland Museum of Art since the fall of 2000. Having reinstalled the collections shortly after her arrival, in 2013 she completed a second reinstallation as part of the museum’s extensive expansion and renovation project.
Curator of Prints
Jane Glaubinger joined the museum in 1974 and is responsible for all aspects of the museum’s European and American print collection ranging from the 15th century until today, as well as modern Japanese prints.
Curator of Decorative Art and Design
Stephen Harrison is responsible for a diverse collection of ceramics, glass, metalwork, and furniture representing European, American, and Asian export material from 1500 to the present. He joined the museum in 2005 and has worked on numerous projects, including the complete redesign and reinstallation of the museum’s decorative arts collection.
Associate Curator of European Art
Cory Korkow is Associate Curator of European Art and has worked at the Cleveland Museum of Art since 2008 when she received a Kress Curatorial Post-doctoral fellowship to study the Cleveland Museum of Art’s renowned portrait miniatures collection, culminating in the exhibition Disembodied: Portrait Miniatures and Their Contemporary Relatives.
George P. Bickford Curator of Indian and Southeast Asian Art
Sonya Rhie Quintanilla began as the George P. Bickford Curator of Indian and Southeast Asian Art in September 2012. Having reinstalled the Indian and Southeast Asian collection in December 2013, she continues to develop the collections. Drawing upon the strengths of our holdings in her area of research, she is responsible for teaching and publishing, as well as conceiving and implementing exhibitions.
Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art
Beau Rutland joined the Cleveland Museum of Art in 2013. He assists in overseeing the museum’s collection of contemporary artwork and the programming of exhibitions at the museum and the Transformer Station.
Curator of Photography
Barbara Tannenbaum joined the museum as curator of photography in 2011 after a distinguished career at the Akron Art Museum. For 26 years she headed that institution’s curatorial area, including a decade leading a department that combined the curatorial and education staffs. Upon arriving at the Cleveland Museum of Art, she organized the first museum exhibition of print-on-demand photobooks, DIY: Photographers & Books and wrote the accompanying catalogue.
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