Have you ever wondered how exhibitions at the Worcester Art Museum are put together?
Would you like to know what the museum acquired as its first object?
Are you curious about the day-to-day life of a curator?
Hear directly from WAM curators themselves on Ask a Curator Day! You ask, we answer. To participate, tweet your questions to @WorcesterArt on Wednesday, September 16, from 11am-5pm EST with the hashtag
Standing by to answer your questions are…
Jon L. Seydl, Director of Curatorial Affairs and Curator of European Art
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Expertise: Medieval to 20th century European art; Ancient Greek and Roman art.
Jeffrey Forgeng, Curator of Arms & Armor and Medieval Art
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Expertise: Hand-to-hand esthetics.
Nancy Burns, Assistant Curator of Prints, Drawings, and Photographs
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Expertise: Prints and drawings after 1850; the history of photography.
Katrina Stacy, Assistant Curator of Education
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Expertise: Interpreting WAM’s outstanding encyclopedic collection of art; engaging audiences from birth to old age.
Justin M. Brown, Curatorial Assistant in American Art
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Expertise: Pre-20th century American painting; race and American visual culture.
Karysa K. Norris, Curatorial Assistant
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Expertise: Wrangling curators.