Beatrice Thornton (MA 2015) was recently hired as research and provenance archivist at Marlborough Gallery in New York City. She also plans to enroll as a part-time student in the Archives and Records Management Certificate Program at LIU’s Palmer School of Library Science.

Hadley Jensen (MA 2013, PhD student), gave a lecture entitled “Visualizing the American Southwest: The George H. Pepper Native American Archive” at the Hearst Museum of Anthropology at UC Berkeley on June 30.

Jennifer Klos (MA 2007) has left her position as curator at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art and has started an art advisory and interior design practice in Oklahoma and Texas. She will attend the Inchbald School of Design in London during the fall 2015 semester.

Ryan Reitmeyer (MA 2007) of Houston, Texas, is a partner in Carol Piper Rugs, a local business with locations in Houston and Dallas that sells new and antique carpets. Over the past two years he has begun designing and manufacturing his own carpet and textiles and has been successful selling them in the region. Recently, he entered his work for consideration in an upcoming exhibition at Contemporary Arts Museum Houston. Six of his pieces—four carpets and two textiles—were chosen for the show entitled Texas Design Now on view August 22 through November 29. His will be the only carpets featured in the exhibition.

Maria Perers (MA 2006, MPhil 2009, PhD candidate) has been working as a curator of decorative arts and design at the Nationalmuseum in Stockholm. The museum is currently closed while the staff works on the complete re-installation of the gallery.

Jeannie Ingram (MA 2005) is associate director of fellows and membership, Division of Institutional Advancement, Harvard Art Museums. A founding member of the Bard Graduate Center Boston Alumni Chapter, she hosted our first event at the Harvard Art Museums in May.

Stephanie Post (MA 2005) is the senior digital asset specialist at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Brandy Culp (MA 2004), curator at Historic Charleston Foundation, is curating an exhibition entitled An Eye for Opulence: Charleston through the Lens of the Rivers Collection. It will be on view at the Society of the Four Arts in Palm Beach, Florida, from November 20, 2015 to January 10, 2016.

Mary Dohne (MA 2004) is director of Liz O’Brien Gallery in New York City.

Jennifer Scanlan (MA 2004) and Ezra Shales (PhD 2007) led alumni on a July 9 tour of an exhibition they curated at the Museum of Arts and Design entitled Pathmakers: Women in Art, Craft and Design, Midcentury and Today. Barbara Paris Gifford (MA 2004), curatorial assistant, followed with a tour of Ralph Pucci: The Art of the Mannequin. Jennifer’s next exhibition, opening in early 2016 at the Dorsky Museum, SUNY New Paltz , is entitled Design for You.

Sheena Brown (MA 2003) is deputy director, art and antiquities, New York City Parks & Recreation.

Marlyn Musicant (MA 2003) is senior exhibitions coordinator at the Getty Research Institute.

Scott Perkins, (MA 2003, MPhil 2012) is director of preservation at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Patrick Sheehan (MA 2003) has worked at Sotheby’s and Christie’s and is currently vice president and lead appraiser/advisor at Gurr Johns International, a British-based art advisory and appraisal firm. He is a certified member of the Appraisers Association of America.

Christian Carr (MA 2000) received her PhD in art history from Virginia Commonwealth University and is now professor of art history at Savannah College of Art and Design. She specializes in the art, architecture, and decorative arts of the nineteenth century and museum studies.

Caroline Hannah (MA 2000, MPhil 2009, PhD candidate) taught a graduate seminar and was an undergraduate lecturer last spring in the School of Fine Arts at Virginia Commonwealth University, where she was the second ever Craft History and Theory Teaching Fellow. She is currently acting associate curator in Bard Graduate Center’s exhibition department while associate curator, Ann Tartsinis, (MA 2011) is on maternity leave. She reports that she has enjoyed returning to full-time curatorial work and the reduction in her commute from seven hours to seven minutes.

Deborah Miller (MA 2000) is a clothing/couture and textile appraiser specializing in charitable contributions and high-net value estates. She has been an Antiques Roadshow appraiser since 2010.

Constantine Ramantanin (MA 2000) consults for private clients on art and interior design projects and is an adjunct professor in the Art History Department at the University of South Carolina at Spartanburg. He recently started a business staging houses for the local real estate market.

Brian Gallagher (MA 1999, MPhil 2012) is curator of decorative arts at the Mint Museum in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Judith Gura’s (MA 1999) book, Interior Landmarks: Treasures of New York, will be published by Monacelli in September. Relating the stories behind forty-seven of the 117 designated landmark interiors in all five boroughs of New York City, the book grew out of the spring 2015 exhibition, Rescued, Restored, Reimagined: New York’s Landmark Interiors, on view at the New York School of Interior Design.

Marianne Poutasse (MA 1996) lives in the Berkshires and is an interior design associate with Alberti Design Studio. Her book, The Power of Place: Herman Melville in the Berkshires, was published last year by the Berkshire Historical Society.