The Center for Curatorial Leadership has chosen its new fellows, 11 lucky winners in this sixth class, which begins training in New York in January.
This year, the CCL included international applications, and two of the 11 are from abroad. Here’s the whole list, with bios. Among the well-known names are Rebecca Rabinow, Modern and contemporary paintings curator from the Metropolitan Museum; Judith Dolkart, deputy director of the Barnes Foundation, and Emily Neff, American art curator at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
Elizabeth Easton and Aggie Gund founded the program in 2007, to train curators for moving onward and upward, either as museum directors or in curatorial leadership positions.