CCL Releases 2017 Annual Report

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Elizabeth Easton, Director and Co-founder, CCL, and Adam D. Weinberg, Alice Pratt Brown Director, Whitney Museum of American Art, speak with the 2017 CCL Fellows. Photo by Hollis Johnson.

The Center for Curatorial Leadership celebrates its tenth anniversary with its 2017 Annual Report

The Center for Curatorial Leadership's (CCL) 2017 Annual Report commemorates the organization's tenth year of training art museum curators to become visionary and effective leaders. The Annual Report includes summaries of the 2017 CCL Fellowship and CCL/Mellon Foundation Seminar in Curatorial Practice, alumni highlights, and a map and directory of all CCL participants since its inaugural class of Fellows in 2008. The publication can be accessed online here.

The Annual Report reflects on CCL's first decade of activity, sharing alumni accomplishments in addition to relfections from CCL co-founders Agnes Gund and Elizabeth Easton. "The Center for Curatorial Leadership has evolved its scope over the last ten years in order to best meet the needs of curators, museums, audiences, and the field," explains Ms. Easton. "I am pleased to share this report on the growing impact of CCL and our 2017 programs in particular, which epitomize the ways that we have developed our notion of moral and responsible leadership."

Read the full 2017 Annual Report below:

2017 ANNUAL REPORT — TENTH ANNIVERSARY