The Curatorial Studies program jointly administered by The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Institute of Fine Arts has been training museum professionals since the 1950s. Alumni of the program—nearly three hundred in number—have been, and are, at work across the globe, from the Met to Madrid, from the Smithsonian to Singapore. From time to time we will highlight current activities in the program and the career of professionals who have participated in Curatorial Studies.
Curatorial Studies alumnus David Bardeen outlines the storytelling approach developed to present the objects to be featured in the exhibition Every People Under Heaven: Jerusalem, 1000–1400.
Curatorial Studies alumnus Jeffrey Uslip is now the chief curator at the Contemporary Art Museum Saint Louis.
As part of the workshop series The Certain Eye, Met curator Jim Draper offered a special tour of the exhibition The Passions of Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux to a small group of students on April 10, 2014.
Grace Chuang, a Metropolitan Museum of Art/Institute of Fine Arts Curatorial Studies Resident during the 2012–13 academic year, describes her experiences working with the European Sculpture and Decorative Arts Department and the Robert Lehman Collection.
Curatorial Studies alumnus Charles Little writes about recent work with the Museum of the National Taipei University of Education.