On Wednesday, September 18, curators from museums and galleries around the world will be answering questions on Twitter for Ask a Curator Day. Here at SFMOMA, I’ll be sitting down with Corey Keller, SFMOMA curator of photography, to dive into crowd-submitted questions relating to life as a curator, the medium of photography (did you know SFMOMA was one of the first museums to recognize photography as a legitimate art form?), and anything else in between.
To ask Corey a question, tweet @SFMOMA_Curator! She will be responding to your questions live between 10:30 and 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, September 18.
To see the action unfold with curators across the globe, follow the #AskaCurator hashtag all day long on Wednesday.
Need some inspiration before jumping in with a question for Corey? Here are a few treasures from SFMOMA’s renowned photography collection, which has been growing since 1935 and now includes over fourteen thousand pictures:
Stay tuned for the transcript from Corey’s chat, which we’ll post to Open Space on Thursday.