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Dr. Anne Forschler-Tarrasch

Curator of Decorative Arts

Birmingham Museum of Art

HQ Phone: (205) 254-2565

Birmingham Museum of Art

2000 Eighth Avenue North

Birmingham, Alabama 35203

United States

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Founded in 1951, the Birmingham Museum of Art is the largest municipal museum in the Southeast and one of the finest regional museums in the United States. It houses a nationally recognized collection of over 22,000 works of art dating from ancient to mod... more

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Employment History

Senior Curator
The Charleston Art & Antiques Forum


Board Member
American Ceramic Circle

Board of Governors Member
Wedgwood International Seminar


Attingham Summer School

Bachelor of Arts degree
University of California , Los Angeles

Master of Arts degree
History and Art History
University of California , Riverside

Art History
Technical University

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Anne Forschler-Tarrasch, PhD
Anne Forschler-Tarrasch, Ph.D. joined the BMA in 1999 as the Marguerite Jones Harbert and John M. Harbert III Curator of Decorative Arts.
Anne has focused her education and training on European decorative arts of the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, developing a particular interest in ceramics and decorative cast iron. In 2009, she furthered her studies through the Attingham Summer School in England, where she was named the American Friends of Attingham and Lillian Hirschmann Scholar.
At the BMA, Anne oversees the care, display, and interpretation of a 16,000-object collection. She has curated a number of exhibitions for the Museum and has reinstalled several galleries. Anne recently negotiated the acquisition of the Buten Wedgwood Collection, one of the largest and most comprehensive of its kind.
Anne has contributed to a series of Museum publications and scholarly journals, and in 2009 published an extensive catalogue of the Museum's collection of European cast iron entitled European Cast Iron in the Birmingham Museum of Art: The Gustav Lamprecht and Maurice Garbáty Collections, one of the first works in English on the subject.
Anne is active in a number of national organizations and currently serves on the boards of the Wedgwood International Seminar, where she is Recording Secretary, and the American Ceramic Circle, where she is Vice President. She is editor of the Proceedings of the Wedgwood International Seminar.
In 2013, Anne was made Senior Curator at the BMA.

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