Thursday, September 25, 2008

Curators leaving ICA

Curator Carole Anne Meehan will soon leave Boston’s Institute of Contemporary Art to take a job as senior project manager with the Houston Arts Alliance’s Civic Art + Design team, according to the ICA. This follows ICA assistant curator Emily Moore Brouillet’s departure about a month ago to take a job with a Cambridge design firm.

Meehan organized the “Art on the Harbor Islands” show in 2007. And she has been overseeing the Foster Prize exhibit, which opens Nov. 12, and is expected to continue to help it along. Brouillet organized the Misaki Kawai and Ranjani Shettar Momentum shows in 2007 and 2008 respectively.

Brouillet left the ICA to work for IDEO, one of the firms featured in last year's "Design Life Now" show at the ICA, which was organized by the Smithsonian's Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum and Brouillet oversaw when it came to Boston.


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