Ali Printz (PhD candidate, Art History) Chosen for Center of Curatorial Leadership Seminar
Ali Printz is one of sixteen PhD candidates from across the country chosen to attend the eighth annual Center for Curatorial Leadership/Mellon Foundation seminar, both this summer and next. With the support of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation since 2014, CCL has provided eight classes of advanced graduate students with the knowledge and networks to pursue professional opportunities in museums.
This year’s students represent sixteen different universities and a broad range of fields of study which include contemporary art in the Middle East, the swamps of Dutch landscapes, Soviet Hauntology, ecological art in the Black diaspora, Appalachian regionalism, and marble sculptures from post-Tridentine Rome. Together, this cohort demonstrates approaches to scholarship that promise to expand the knowledge, impact, and audience of our field."
Read the full announcement here.