Susanne Ebbinghaus is the George M.A. Hanfmann Curator of Ancient Art at the Harvard Art Museums. Serving also as head of the Division of Asian and Mediterranean Art, she oversees general curatorial matters in the areas of ancient, Asian, and Islamic art. She organized the exhibitions Animal-Shaped Vessels from the Ancient World: Feasting with Gods, Heroes, and Kings (2018–19) and Gods in Color: Painted Sculpture of Classical Antiquity (2007–08), and was deeply involved in the reinstallation of the museums’ collections galleries following an extensive renovation and expansion. Her publications include a special journal issue on painted sculpture and a collection of essays on the scientific and art historical study of ancient bronzes. At Harvard, she also teaches courses in ancient Greek art and archaeology and is engaged in the Archaeological Exploration of Sardis (Turkey). After studying at the University of Freiburg, Germany, she received her M.Phil. and D.Phil. in classical archaeology from Oxford University. Since then, her research has been supported by fellowships from the Gerda Henkel Foundation and the Bard Graduate Center.
This January, the Center for Curatorial Leadership (CCL) welcomed its twelfth class of Fellows to New York City for the beginning of their five-month Fellowship. Over the two-week intensive, they received instruction from Columbia Business School professors and met with leaders in the field, delving into different approaches to leadership ... Read More >
The Center for Curatorial Leadership (CCL) has selected twelve curators for participation in the 2019 class of its annual Fellowship. Following the organization’s most competitive review process to date, the cohort chosen for the program will convene from January through May 2019. The program includes three weeks of in-session instruction, ... Read More >