The Toledo Museum of Art’s Deputy Director Amy Gilman has been named the Director of the Chazen Museum at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Gilman, who has been the deputy director at the TMA since 2016, came to Toledo in 2005 to curate the contemporary and modern art exhibits at the Museum. The Chazen holds the second largest collection of art in Wisconsin, with over 20,000 pieces. “We wish Amy all the best in her new position and thank her profoundly for her extraordinary contributions to TMA over the years,” said Cynthia B. Thompson, Chair of the TMA Board.
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