Friday, June 06, 2008

Carnegie Director, Richard Armstrong Resigns

To break the suspense, the other major piece of news from the Carnegie today was the announcement that Richard Armstrong will be moving on after 12 years as director.

"Mr. Armstrong has been at the Carnegie since 1992, when he was appointed curator of contemporary art and charged with organizing the 1995 Carnegie International. He became chief curator later that year, and was appointed director in 1996."

Richard oversaw many changes at the museum including the major expansion of it's endowment and collections.

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