Bowdoin Museum of Art Welcomes New Co-Directors (Washington Post)

Anne Goodyear and Frank Goodyear

Bowdoin College Museum of Art's Co-Directors, Anne Goodyear and Frank Goodyear

Today the Bowdoin College Museum of Art welcomes co-directors Anne Goodyear and Frank Goodyear, who will be pioneering a new model of leadership as they jointly fulfill functions such as overseeing the Museum’s collections, staff, programs, publications and budget.

The Goodyears come to Bowdoin from the National Portrait Gallery at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., where for 12 years Frank was curator of photographs and Anne was associate curator of prints and drawings. Their shared career move was written up in The Washington Post earlier this month.

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  1. John Isaacs '68 says:

    Had the great pleasure of meeting Anne at the Museum on Saturday of the Reunion Weekend. A lovely lady and this co-directorship is just the kind of experiment that Bowdoin does so well and keeps us lively and exciting. Best wishes to her and Frank and I am sure they will do a terrific job.

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