News Issue No. 7 Spring 1999
we try to collate an up-to-date list of graduates we are reminded
that our lists remain incomplete and that we depend on alumni letting
us know of their whereabouts and what they are doing. Thank you to
those who answered our last call for addresses of 'missing
alumni. If you are in contact with other Courtauld alumni, please let us
know at CAFS, Courtauld Institute of Art. Below is information about some
of you which has come to our notice.
Kate Anderton. MA 1995, has joined the Corporate Strategy Department of English Heritage.
Phoebe Avery, MA 1995, is studying for a PhD at the University of Maryland on a Museum Fellowship, 1998-9 from the Department of Northern Baroque Paintings, National Gallery of Art, Washington.
llaria Bignamini, PhD 1988, is The Leverhulme Trust Research Fellow at the Dept. of History of Art, University of Oxford. She was organizer of the workshop Archives and Excavations (British School at Rome and Ashmolean Museum, Oxford 1997-8)
Sara Bush, MA 1995, was appointed Co-ordinator of Curatorial Affairs and Head of Publications, San Diego Museum of Art in 1998.
Meta Chavannes, BA 1996, is studying for a Diploma in Conservation of Easel Paintings at the Hamilton Kerr Institute in Cambridge having gained an MA from Amsterdam in 1998.
Sarah Cove, Dip. Cons. 1985, has been a free-lance conservator of easel paintings since 1996.
Paula Feldman BA 1998, has been appointed Assistant at the Paula Cooper Gallery, New York.
Liliane Fredericks, MA 1997, is a free-lance art history lecturer.
Tessa Gibson, MA 1997, has been appointed Assistant Historic Buildings Representative, Eastern Region, for the National Trust.
Margaret Grant, née Hickey, MA 1993, is Director of Membership and Marketing,
SITE Contemporary Art Museum, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Katrin John, MA Museum Studies 1997, is Marketing and Press Officer, Reading Museums Service.
Antonia Kellaway, MA 1997, has been employed in the Marketing/PR Dept. of the British Museum Traveller since December, 1997.
Ulrich Lehmann, MA 1992, PhD Univ. of Essex, 1996, is Post-Doctoral Research Fellow and Senior Lecturer in Cultural Studies, Kent Institute of Art and Design.
Oliver Lloyd, MA 1997, is employed in the marketing department of Lever Brothers Ltd.
Naomi Marrus, BA 1996, is an art consultant in Toronto, Ontario.
Jane Oldfield, MA 1995, is Assistant Director at the British Architectural Library, RIBA.
Flavia Ormond, PG Academic Diploma 1967, has had her own art dealing business in old Master Drawings since 1990.
Lavinia Orton, Dip. Cons. 1974, is a freelance computer and editing consultant.
Richard Pollard, MA 1995, is Secretary of SAVE Britains Heritage.
Dr. Martin Postle, MA 1981, is Senior Curator, British Art 1500-1780 at the Tate Gallery, formerly Associate Professor of Art History at the University of Delaware and Director of the University of Delawares London Centre.
Christine Prescott-Walker, née Donaldson, BA 1989, is Head of Ceramics, Sothebys, New York.
Elizabeth Rizzi, née Pilcher, BA 1987, is teaching English with the British Council, Milan.
Stephen Robinson, MA 1997, works for the Ministry of Defence.
Paul Snell, MA 1996, teaches history at Thornbury Comprehensive School, Glos.
Alison Stones, PhD 1971, is Professor of History of Art, University of Pittsburgh.
Alison Tai, née Carter, MA History of Dress 1982, is Keeper of Art, Hampshire County Council Museums Service.
Matthew Teitelbaum, MPhil 1982, was appointed Director of the Art Gallery of Ontario,
Rachel Tranter, MA Museum Studies 1994, has been Assistant Curator, Orleans House Gallery since 1997.
Marjorie Trusted, MA 1979, is Deputy Curator in the Sculpture Department, Victoria & Albert Museum, currently working on Baroque Ivories.
Nora Weiser, née Buriks, MA 1994, is Museum Relations Specialist with Fentress Bradburn Architects in Denver, Colorado.
Ari Wiseman, MA 1998, is working in General Counsels Office at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, prior to starting a law degree.
Publications by Former Students 1997-8
Please send the Editor, Jane Ferguson a note of your publications which have appeared during the last 12 months, that is from August 1998 to the end of July 1999 for publication in the next issue of the Courtauld Institute News. Thank you to all those who have already sent in a list of their books, articles and reviews.
We are very sad to record that Philip Troutman MA 1949, Curator of the Courtauld Galleries in Woburn Square, 1958-80, passed away in March 1999.