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FATWTS Curator Maurice Berger Wins AAMC Prize


Maurice Berger, the curator and project director of For All the World to See, received a curatorial award for the "Outstanding Exhibition in a University Art Museum 2010," from the Association of Art Museum Curators in a ceremony at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. The AAMC prizes are among the highest honor afforded museum curators in the United States and Canada and the only awards voted on by curators themselves. "Each year our awards stand as the high-water mark for acknowledging the exemplary work of curators from across North America, “ says Sally Block, Executive Director of the Association of Art Museum Curators, “What is most impressive is the these are the only awards given to curators by their peers.” In addition to FATWTS, this year's winners include curators from the Museum of Modern Art in New York, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, Cincinnati Art Museum, Art Institute of Chicago, and the Dallas Museum of Art.

Photo: 2011 AAMC Award Recipients (Maurice Berger, third from right).

> Read the AAMC Press Release

> Read about the AAMC Award in Arts Journal

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