Katherine Pill named Assistant Curator at the Museum of Fine Arts.
Katherine Pill named Assistant Curator at the Museum of Fine Arts.
May 2

Alumna Earns New Curatorial Position in Florida

On April 26 ArtDaily announced SAIC alumna Katherine Pill’s (MFA 2010) new role as the first Assistant Curator of Art after 1950 at the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) in St. Petersburg, Florida. “We now have a curator who will focus on contemporary art,” says MFA Director Kent Lydecker. “Katherine will collaborate closely with Hazel and William Hough Chief Curator Jennifer Hardin, organize exhibitions, strengthen our collection, and build relationships with artists locally, nationally, and, in our global age, internationally.” Pill’s first exhibition at the museum Color Acting: Abstraction Since 1950 will run from July 6 to September 22. “I am thrilled to step into this newly created position devoted to growing the MFA’s modern and contemporary art programming,” says Pill. “It is a passion of mine to support the work of contemporary artists and to communicate their work to a larger public.”