Clare Fitzgerald

Associate Director for Exhibitions and Gallery Curator 212-992-7857

Clare Fitzgerald comes to ISAW with a background in both museum education and curatorship. She holds a PhD in Art History from Emory University (Atlanta), where she has been Senior Manager of Educational Programs at the Michael C. Carlos Museum. Her academic background is in Egyptology, with a particular research interest in the definition of space and self-presentation in Ramesside Theban tombs. She has held a number of fellowships, including at the American Research Center in Egypt and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She has been a Consulting Curator and Guest Curator at the Munson-Williams-Proctor Art Institute (Utica, NY), and Guest Curator at the Newark Museum, where she oversaw the reinstallation of the museum's Ancient Mediterranean collection, which opened in December 2017.