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Dallas Museum Aims to Make Three Curatorial Hires

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The Dallas Museum of Art announced today that it is looking to fill three curatorial positions, including one new one. Those positions are: Lillian Clark Curator of Paintings and Sculpture, Lupe Murchison Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art (which has been open since 2011, when Charles Wylie retired after 15 years at the museum), and Adjunct Curator of Early European art, a newly created job.

“The recruitment of additional talent and the creation of a new position in the Department of Painting and Sculpture will build on the considerable strengths of the DMA’s curatorial program, advancing our commitment to sharing our collection with the public through the highest caliber of interpretation and scholarship,” the museum’s director, Maxwell L. Anderson, said in a statement to ARTnews. “We look forward to welcoming new members of our curatorial team who will bring exciting new perspectives to our renowned encyclopedic collection, which encompasses the breadth of creativity across history.”

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