Interview with Museum’s Director and Chief Curator Carol Podedworny

Interview with Museum’s Director and Chief Curator Carol Podedworny

April 18, 2019 | Published by MMA

“[Carol Podedworny] has worked tirelessly to make space for Indigenous voices within museum institutions and to promote critical scholarship for Indigenous art.”

Elizabeth Cytko recently interviewed Carol Podedworny, Director and Chief Curator at the MMA for Musings the University of Toronto Museum Studies Alumni Check-In series. Their discussion—a fascinating overview of Carol’s career, advice for emerging museum professionals, and big shifts in the museum world—has just been published.

**Read the interview online here**

Carol Podedworny graduated from the Museum Studies program in 1984, received a Master of Arts from York University in 1990, and became the Director/Chief Curator of the McMaster Museum of Art in 2006.


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