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Laurie O. Ossman

Deputy Director

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

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Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

3251 South Miami Avenue

Miami, Florida,33129

United States

Company Description

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens is a National Historic Landmark that preserves the Miami estate of agricultural industrialist James Deering to engage our community and its visitors in learning through the arts, history and the environment. Built between 1914 and 19... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Director of Woodlawn and Frank Lloyd Wright's Pope-Leighey House

National Trust for Historic Preservation


Chief Curator

Henry Morrison Flagler Museum


Director of Museum Affairs

The Preservation Society of Newport County


Curatorial Positions

Maryland Historical Society


Affiliations

Smithsonian Institution

Research Historian


Dr. Richard Kurin's "The Smithsonian's History of America in 101 Objects"

Research Historian With Heather Ewing and Brian Daniels


the Smithsonian Institution

Research Historian


Education

art history

Brown University


Master

architectural history

The University of Virginia


Master's degree

Architectural History

School of Architecture at the University of Virginia


Ph.D

UVA


Ph.D

architectural history

The University of Virginia


PhD.

architectural history

University of Virginia


Web References(54 Total References)


Great Houses of the South

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Laurie Ossman is currently the Director of Woodlawn & Frank Lloyd Wright's Pope-Leighey House at National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Laurie served as the Deputy Director at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens in Miami. Her previous positions include Chief Curator at The Henry Morrison Flagler Museum in Palm Beach, Florida, and Curator and Restoration Project Manager at Ca dZan, The John & Mable Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota.


List of contributing members

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Laurie Ossman
Deputy Director for Collections and Curatorial Affairs, Vizcaya Museum and Gardens


Laurie Ossman | Engaging Places

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Dr. Laurie Ossman Joins Newport Preservation Society The Preservation Society of Newport County is pleased to announce the appointment of Laurie Ossman, Ph.D. as its new Director of Museum Affairs. Dr. Ossman is currently a Research Historian for the Smithsonian Institution's forthcoming History of America in 101 Objects. She was previously the Director of Woodlawn and Frank Lloyd Wright's Pope-Leighey House, Historic Sites of the National Trust for Historic Preservation in Alexandria, Virginia. She has also held curatorial positions at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, the Henry Morrison Flagler Museum, and the Maryland Historical Society. "Dr. Ossman brings both intellectual rigor and down-to-earth museum experience to this critical leadership position. We are excited to add her breadth of museum experience and academic achievement to the leadership of our combined museum affairs activities." The Director of Museum Affairs provides vision and leadership on curatorial, conservation, research and educational initiatives at the Continue reading → This entry was posted in Leaders in the field and tagged Laurie Ossman, Preservation Society of Newport County, Rhode Island on Laurie Ossman Departs Woodlawn and Pope-Leighey House Laurie Ossman and Max van Balgooy meeting serendipitously in San Francisco in 2011. Laurie Ossman has recently departed as director of Woodlawn and Pope-Leighey House, a National Trust Historic Site in Virginia, to advance her interest in re-imagining historic sites for today's audiences through project-based endeavors and writing. Her innovative work to reinterpret and reprogram the site has been featured by the American Association of Museums and the Washington Post, including the path-breaking Arcadia partnership with the Neighborhood Restaurant Group. During her tenure, she also completed two major books with Rizzoli-a survey of Great Houses of the South and a study of the architectural firm of Carrere and Hastings (selected as the Washington Post's photo book of 2011)-which will be focus of several lectures in the coming month at Vizcaya, The Flagler, and the Sulgrave Club. Laurie received her PhD. in architectural history from the University of Virginia and was previously responsible for the collections and scholarship at such nationally renowned historic sites as Vizcaya Museum and Gardens and Ca' d'Zan at the Ringling Museum of Art. She can now be reached at LaurieOssman@Comcast.net. This entry was posted in Community engagement, Leaders in the field, People and tagged Laurie Ossman, Pope-Leighey House, Woodlawn on


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Dr. Laurie Ossman Joins Newport Preservation Society
The Preservation Society of Newport County is pleased to announce the appointment of Laurie Ossman, Ph.D. as its new Director of Museum Affairs. Dr. Ossman is currently a Research Historian for the Smithsonian Institution's forthcoming History of America in 101 Objects. She was previously the Director of Woodlawn and Frank Lloyd Wright's Pope-Leighey House, Historic Sites of the National Trust for Historic Preservation in Alexandria, Virginia. She has also held curatorial positions at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, the Henry Morrison Flagler Museum, and the Maryland Historical Society. "Dr. Ossman brings both intellectual rigor and down-to-earth museum experience to this critical leadership position. We are excited to add her breadth of museum experience and academic achievement to the leadership of our combined museum affairs activities." The Director of Museum Affairs provides vision and leadership on curatorial, conservation, research and educational initiatives at the Preservation Society's 11 historic houses, seven of them National Historic Landmarks, which range in date from the mid-18th to the early 20th centuries. With a collection of 55,000 objects comprised of fine and decorative arts, photographs, prints and drawings displayed within landmark period houses, the Preservation Society attracts more than 800,000 visitors annually, making it one of the largest cultural organizations in New England. "Newport inspired me to study architectural history, and I am honored by the opportunity to pursue my passion for the history, beauty and cultural legacy of this extraordinary place," said Dr. Ossman. "I am thrilled to join the staff of The Preservation Society of Newport County, a longstanding leader in the preservation, scholarship, and interpretation of historic sites, and look forward to working with my colleagues, the trustees and stakeholders in the community." Dr. Ossman graduated with honors from Brown University, then earned her Master's degree in Architectural History from the School of Architecture at the University of Virginia (UVA), followed by her Ph.D. from the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, also from UVA. She has taught the history of American architecture and urban planning, and has lectured and written extensively on architectural history, design and preservation, most recently Carrere and Hastings: The Masterworks, with Heather Ewing (Rizzoli, 2011), and Great Houses of the South (Rizzoli, 2010). While director of Woodlawn, she initiated a major research project into its mid-nineteenth century history, including its role as an experimental farm using free black labor and as a contested territory between Union and Confederate lines in the Civil War, and re-envisioned the site through a partnership with a local restaurant group. "The Preservation Society prides itself in the quality of its research and scholarship in history, design and preservation, and Dr. Ossman brings stellar credentials that will help us to continue our leadership in those areas," added Donald O. Ross, Chairman of the Board of Trustees. This entry was posted in Leaders in the field and tagged Laurie Ossman, Preservation Society of Newport County, Rhode Island on One thought on " Dr. Laurie Ossman Joins Newport Preservation Society" Nord Wennerstrom April 29, 2013 at 11:20 am This is excellent news! Go Laurie!


Great Houses of the South by Laurie Ossman :: Books :: Local Talent Books & Music, Inc.

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Great Houses of the South by Laurie Ossman Great Houses of the South by Laurie Ossman Great Houses of the South written by Laurie Ossman, photographed by Steven Brooke Laurie Ossman has served as the Deputy Director at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens in Miami. Her previous positions include Chief Curator at The Henry Morrison Flagler Museum in Palm Beach, Florida, and Curator and Restoration Project Manager at Ca d'Zan, The John & Mable Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota.


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