The Academy Museum Lucks Out with Chief Artistic Programmer Jacqueline Stewart

The Academy Museum Lucks Out with Chief Artistic Programmer Jacqueline Stewart
The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures scored a win with Chicago film scholar and TCM “Silent Sunday Nights” host Jacqueline Stewart, who has been hired as its chief artistic and programming officer. Many top film programmers and executives sought this plum curatorial job, which will see Stewart lead strategy, planning, and programming for all Academy Museum exhibitions, screenings, symposia, publications, workshops, and K-12 programs.

She reports to Academy Museum director and president Bill Kramer. “We are bringing together the already fantastic work of our curatorial, programming, education, and publications teams that are creating powerful and diverse content and initiatives for the Academy Museum,” Kramer wrote in an email. “Jacqueline’s background as an educator, programmer, archivist, author, and scholar, along with her deep commitment to building strong community relations and showcasing diverse, inclusive, and accessible stories made her a perfect candidate for the position.”

Stewart already serves on the curatorial
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