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Why be an art museum curator? Series on Careers

By Paul Schmitt

 

Visiting art museums at a very young age with her family was the beginning of Elizabeth Shoshany Anderson’s love for the arts.  Anderson, who started as the Miller Art Museum curator last March, found the arts to be a key center for public discussion on what is important.  Graduating in 2015 from the University of Wisconsin with a degree in Art History, Anderson received her master’s degree from the Courtauld Institute of Art in London, England.  She says although she took a more traditional route, there are many other ways to get involved in the arts.

 

 

Anderson says her duties as the curator of exhibition and collections include what traveling art exhibitions will be featured in the future.  She adds her role also is to determine the display and care of the permanent art collection for the museum.

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