1 National Portrait Gallery Selected Staff Biographies Kim Sajet Director Kim Sajet (pronounced Say-et), is director of the National Portrait Gallery. The National Portrait Gallery is located in the heart of a revitalized downtown district in Washington, DC, at 8th and F Streets, NW. Its collections are displayed in a magnificently restored Greek Revival National Historic Landmark building known as the Donald W. Reynolds Center for American Art and Portraiture. Sajet oversees a staff of sixty-five with an annual federal budget of about $9 million (fiscal year 2013) and a collection of about 21,000 objects. The museum s mission is to inspire visitors from around the world through visual arts, performing arts, and new media to connect people and their stories to the American experience. Sajet has most recently been president and CEO of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, headquartered in Philadelphia, from 2007 to Previously she was senior vice president and deputy director of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, the oldest art museum and school in the country. From 1998 until 2001, Sajet served as director of corporate relations at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and served first as curator and then the director of two Australian art museums from 1989 until In addition to twenty years of arts management experience, she has written a number of scholarly publications, curated permanent-collection and touring exhibitions, and spoken at academic symposia. Her most recent publication was on American artists who worked in Dutch art colonies between 1880 and Sajet earned a master s degree in art history at Bryn Mawr College; a master s degree in business administration at Melbourne University Business School in Australia; a bachelor s degree, also in art history, at Melbourne University; and a graduate diploma in museum studies from Deakin University in Australia. She has completed arts leadership training at the Harvard Business School, the Getty, and National Arts Strategies. Born in Nigeria, she was raised in Australia and is a citizen of the Netherlands. She also speaks Dutch and French.
2 Chief Curator Brandon Brame Fortune Chief Curator, Curator of Painting and Sculpture Brandon Brame Fortune is chief curator and curator of painting and sculpture at the National Portrait Gallery. She has worked in the department since Fortune organized the first two triennial Outwin Boochever Portrait Competitions (2006 and 2009) and continues to serve as one of the judges. In 2008 she served as co-curator for Recognize! Hip-Hop and Contemporary Portraiture. Fortune is also chair of the curatorial team charged with creating the Portraiture Now series of exhibitions, which includes Drawing on the Edge, Asian American Portraits of Encounter, and Framing Memory. In 1999 Fortune served as co-curator of the exhibition Franklin & His Friends: Portraying the Man of Science in Eighteenth-Century America and author of the accompanying publication. Her primary research includes eighteenth- and nineteenth-century American portraiture, such as the work of Charles Willson Peale, and women portraitists of the later nineteenth century. She is a co-curator for the 2014 exhibition Face Value: Portraiture in the Age of Abstraction. Fortune graduated from Agnes Scott College and received a master s degree and doctorate in art history from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
3 Education Rebecca Kasemeyer Associate Director of Education and Visitor Experience Rebecca Kasemeyer, the National Portrait Gallery s associate director of education and visitor experience, creates programs that use the arts to introduce important Americans in the Portrait Gallery collection along with their significant contributions to American society to visitors of all ages. The Education Department brings the collection alive through interactive school tours, adult tours, adult and family programming, and outreach efforts. Prior to working at the National Portrait Gallery, Kasemeyer served as curator of the Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection at the University of Wisconsin Madison. In addition to overseeing the safety and management of a textile collection of more than 12,000 objects, she used textiles to teach university students about textile techniques and the cultures that produce them. Before assuming this position, Kasemeyer was arts administrator for the city of Madison. During her tenure, she launched a public art program, administered a grant program for local artist and community groups, and advised the mayor on arts policy. Kasemeyer holds a master of arts degree from George Washington University, and a B.F.A. from the Maryland Institute, College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland.
4 History David Ward Senior Historian David C. Ward is the senior historian for the National Portrait Gallery. He joined the museum in Americans. He is the curator for Poetic Likeness: Modern American Poets, an exhibition currently on view. Ward was a curator for the award-winning exhibition, Hide Seek: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture. His past exhibitions include, One Life: The Mask of Lincoln, and One Life: Walt Whitman: a kosmos. At the museum, he has overseen permanent collection gallerys including the spaces devoted to the ante-bellum age ( ) as well as the ( ) gallery in the ongoing exhibition, Twentieth Century He serves as one of the curators who develop the museum s commended Portraiture Now series and is currently co-curator for three exhibitions, Face Value, (April 18, 2014), Portraiture Now: Staging the Self (Aug. 22, 2014) and The Sweat of Their Face: Portraits of American Workers (Dates TBD). He is also curator for the One Life exhibition Grant and Lee opening July 4, Ward is the co-editor of a book, Lines in Long Array, A Civil War Commemoration: Poems and Photographs, Past and Present (2013). For this publication, the Smithsonian commissioned poems from 12 contemporary poets. They produced deeply felt and well-wrought poems on subjects ranging from the history of the conflict to the experience of the common soldier. Among Ward s publications are Hide/Seek: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture (Smithsonian Books, 2010), Charles Willson Peale, Art and Selfhood in the Early Republic (Univ. of California Press, 2004), The Green Man: Walt Whitman and the Civil War, Poetry Nation Review (April 2006), The Real Thing: The Fiction of Realism, The Sewanee Review (Spring 2006), and Thou bringest tally: Marsden Hartley s Tribute to Hart Crane, Poetry Nation Review (August 2004). He has published more than 100 poems in Anglo-American literary magazines and has a collection called Internal Difference (2011.) Ward has an upcoming book of poems, Call Waiting, published by Carcanet Press (Aug )
5 Ward s interests lie in American social and cultural history as well as literature, most notably poetry. He received his bachelor s degree from the University of Rochester and has graduate degrees from Warwick University (England) and Yale University. James G. Barber Historian James G. Barber is a historian and curator at the National Portrait Gallery. His research interests include the portraiture of the Jacksonian and Civil War eras, and the American presidency. In observance of the Civil War s 150 th anniversary, he was editorial consultant for the Smithsonian book The Civil War: A Visual History (DK, 2011.) Barber is the curator of two Portrait Gallery exhibitions that commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Civil War: The Confederate Sketches of Adalbert Volk and The Death of Ellsworth. Barber is also curator of the Portrait Gallery s Time Collection, which includes nearly 2,000 original works of art that once appeared on the covers of Time magazine. He is also the project coordinator for the Portrait Gallery s award-winning virtual exhibition Cover Art: the Time Collection at the National Portrait Gallery, as well as the Smithsonian s Civil War website, Barber has organized biographical exhibitions about Theodore Roosevelt, George C. Marshall, Ulysses S. Grant, and Andrew Jackson. His publications include Theodore Roosevelt: Icon of the American Century, George C. Marshall: Soldier of Peace, Andrew Jackson: A Portrait Study, and Faces of Discord: The Civil War at the National Portrait Gallery. Barber holds a master s degree in history from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University.
6 Amy Henderson Historian Amy Henderson is a cultural historian specializing in the lively arts, particularly media-generated celebrity culture and the impact of the image. Her books and exhibitions include On the Air: Pioneers of American Broadcasting; Red, Hot & Blue: A Smithsonian Salute to the American Musical; Exhibiting Dilemmas: Issues of Representation at the Smithsonian; Elvis at 21; and Dancing the Dream. Key articles include Media and the Rise of Celebrity Culture, From Barnum to Bling: The Changing Face of Fame, and The Flashpoint of Fame. Additional exhibitions include KATE: A Centennial Celebration and One Life: Katharine Graham. The Smithsonian Magazine calls her their pop culture guru and she writes a bi-weekly online column for them on media, culture, and the lively arts. She lectures frequently, and has taught graduate seminars in public history at American University. She is scriptwriter for the Kennedy Center Spring Gala and is a member of the National Press Club, where she serves on the Broadcast and History Committees. Henderson received her B.A. and M.A. in American History at the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee and did her doctoral work at the University of Virginia, where she was a Jefferson Fellow.
7 Curatorial Taína Caragol Curator for Latino Art and History Taína Caragol recently joined the National Portrait Gallery as the curator for Latino art and history. She is part of the curatorial team that will produce the Portraiture Now exhibition focused on contemporary portraits by Latino artists slated for Caragol was most recently a consultant on academic programs for the Museo de Arte de Ponce in Puerto Rico, where she organized a yearlong series of conferences around the painting The Battle of Treviño (1878) by Francisco Oller. Previously she was the curator of education for the same museum. She has also worked as Latin American bibliographer for the Museum of Modern Art Library (2004 7), and as an academic researcher for the investigation Latin American Art in the United Kingdom: History, Historiography, Specificity, 1960 to the Present, led by the University of Essex (2007 8). She expects to defend her dissertation, Boom and Dust: The Rise of Latin American and Latino Art in New York Exhibition Venues and Auction Houses, 1970s 1980s, at the Department of Art History at City University of New York in fall She has published essays on Latin American and Latino artists and has also written on the importance of archival preservation for contributing to a better understanding of the history of Latino and Latin American art in the United States. Caragol earned her bachelor s degree in modern languages (French and Italian) at the University of Puerto Rico (2000) and her master s degree in French studies from Middlebury College in Vermont (2001).
8 Dorothy Moss Associate Curator of Painting and Sculpture Dorothy Moss is associate curator of painting and sculpture at the National Portrait Gallery and director of the triennial Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition. She serves as one of the curators of the ongoing Portraiture Now series and is currently developing an exhibition on Sylvia Plath. Moss is co-curator, with senior historian David Ward, of the upcoming exhibition, Sweat of their Face: Portraits of American Working People, an examination of portrayals of anonymous workers in the United States from the 18 th - century to the present, scheduled to open in 2017 in conjunction with the National Portrait Gallery s fiftieth anniversary. From , Moss was assistant curator of American Art at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, where she was coordinating curator of Restructured Reality: The 1930s Paintings of Francis Criss. From , she served as a researcher and writer for the installation of the Luce Foundation Center for American Art at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. From , Moss taught an American Studies seminar for the Smith College/Smithsonian program centered on the subjects of the uses of new technology in American art museums from the 19 th century to the present and the impact of new media on the exploration of identity in contemporary portraiture. She has contributed to numerous exhibition catalogues and her commentaries and articles have appeared in the Burlington Magazine, American Art, click!: photography changes everything, and Gastronomica. After graduating from Smith College, Moss earned a master s degree from Williams College, and a Ph.D. in art history from the University of Delaware. Her dissertation, Translations, Appropriations, and Copies of Paintings at the Dawn of Mass Culture in the United States, c (2012), examines the shifting critical status of copies of paintings in the United States from 1870 to 1905.
9 Wendy Wick Reaves Senior Curator of Prints and Drawings Wendy Wick Reaves, senior curator of prints and drawings, started the graphic arts department at the Portrait Gallery in The collections she has developed include fine art prints, drawings, rare books, cartoons, caricatures, and posters. Reaves has curated numerous exhibitions and served as the Portrait Gallery s interim director from June 2012 through March Reaves has published books on the prints of George Washington, nineteenth-century portrait prints, twentiethcentury portrait drawings, celebrity caricature, and the editorial cartoons of Pat Oliphant, as well as many articles. Her publications include Ballyhoo! Posters as Portraiture (2008), Celebrity Caricature in America (1998), Oliphant's Presidents: Twenty-five Years of Caricature by Pat Oliphant (1990), and George Washington, An American Icon (1982), as well as two books that she edited and co-authored, Reflections/Refractions: Self-Portraiture in the Twentieth Century (2009) and Eye Contact: Modern American Portrait Drawings from the National Portrait Gallery (2002). The latter received cataloguing and publications grants from the Getty Foundation and was nominated for a Charles Rufus Morey Award and a George Wittenborn Memorial Award for distinguished scholarship in art history. Reaves earned a master s degree from the Winterthur Program in Early American Culture and is a member and former board member of the Print Council of America. Ann M. Shumard Senior Curator of Photographs A member of the Portrait Gallery s Department of Photographs since 1979 and its curator since 2001, Ann M. Shumard has worked to build, diversify, and interpret the Portrait Gallery s photography collection, which now numbers more than 10,000 objects. Shumard is the curator of such past exhibitions as Edward Steichen: Portraits and Tokens of Affection and Regard: Photographic Jewelry and Its Makers, and current exhibitions Bound for Freedom s Light: African Americans and the Civil War, The Meade Brothers: Pioneers in
10 American Photography, and One Life: Martin Luther King Jr. Her upcoming project, opening in November 2013, is Yousuf Karsh: American Portraits. In addition to her many exhibition credits, Shumard has contributed to a number of publications including the books A First Sight: Photography and the Smithsonian (2003); Portrait of a Nation (2006); Let Your Motto Be Resistance: African American Portraits (2007); and the forthcoming Smithsonian Civil War: Inside the National Collection (2013). Her pan-smithsonian activities include membership on the Smithsonian Collections Advisory Committee and serving as an expert reviewer for the National Museum of African American History and Culture s Save Our African American Treasures program. Shumard holds a B.A. in art history from Scripps College in Claremont, California.
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