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According to Janet Landay, Executive Director of the Association of Art Museum Directors, "The organizations in the task force came together to support the crucial role art museums play on American campuses.
26 January 2009 - AAMD Announces Janet Landay To Be New Executive Director
AAMD Announces Janet Landay To Be New Executive Director
26 January 2009
New York, NY, January 26, 2009-The Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD) today announced that Janet Landay has been appointed to serve as the Executive Director of the AAMD effective February 23, 2009.
succeeds Millicent H. Gaudieri, who served as AAMD's Executive Director and administrative leader for 35 years.
With a career that began in museum education at the Brooklyn Museum
and evolved to encompass exhibition development, fundraising, and arts education and advocacy, Landay
brings to AAMD
a deep understanding of the mission of art museums, and a broad set of skills for leading the nation's largest art museum membership organization.
"We are very pleased that Janet Landay will be serving as Executive Director of AAMD," said Michael Conforti, president of the AAMD and director of the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute.
We know that Janet
will play an integral role in continuing this process, supporting AAMD
and its member museums in enhancing the cultural life of the nation."
Landay has a B.A. in Civilizational Studies from the University of Chicago, and an M.A. in Art History from the Courtauld Institute of Art, London.
From 1990 to 2003, she worked at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, where she served as the Curator of Exhibitions and Assistant to the Director.
In these roles, Landay
helped the MFAH implement a range of new programs and initiatives for the institution and its community-such as supporting the creation of the Houston Museum District Association
and writing a comprehensive guide to the Museum's collection-as well as organizing a number of international exhibition programs.
While in Houston, Landay worked on several city and statewide lobbying campaigns to increase government funding of the arts, and served on the board of the Cultural Arts Council of Houston and Harris County.
Landay comes to AAMD from the Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University, where she has been a development associate since 2008.
Prior to the Zimmerli, Landay was the Director of Exhibitions and Programs at the American Federation of Arts, where she managed the curatorial, education, and publications staff in the production of all AFA programs and services.