Jason T. Busch is the Director of the American Folk Art Museum. He was formerly Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs and Museum Programs at the Saint Louis Art Museum, Chief Curator at Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, and curator of decorative arts and design at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art. Jason received his master’s degree in Early American Culture from the Winterthur Program at the University of Delaware and has a bachelor’s degree in American Studies from Miami University in Ohio. He has actively contributed to scholarship on decorative arts, culminating in several exhibitions and publications, including Currents of Change: Art and Life Along the Mississippi River, 1850–1861 and Inventing the Modern World: Decorative Arts at World’s Fairs, 1851 – 1939.
“The Center for Curatorial Leadership provided me with an extraordinary opportunity to understand the balance of museum leadership, management, and curation, lessons that continue to influence my career.”
Program Expands with International Participants New York, October 25, 2012 – The Center for Curatorial Leadership (CCL) is proud to announce the selection of its sixth class of Fellows. The Class of 2013 will comprise ten outstanding curators who begin their training in New York in January. Carlos Basualdo, Keith L. and Katherine Sachs ... Read More >
Judith Dolkart (CCL '13) Dives in as Director of the Addison Gallery During CCL, Judith served as deputy director of art and archival collections and Gund Family Chief Curator at the Barnes Foundation, where she helped plan the relocation of the collections from Merion to the Foundation's new building ... Read More >
Jason Busch (CCL 2013) has been named Director of the Jason Jacques Gallery in New York. Moving to the gallery of European ceramics from Sotheby's, where he most recently served as Division Director for Decorative Arts, Jason will focus on exhibitions, publications, and sales strategy. Reflecting on his time as a Fellow while chief ... Read More >