Story posted March 02, 2012
Bowdoin College Museum of Art Director Kevin Salatino; Diana Tuite, the Museum's†Andrew W. Mellon Curatorial Fellow; and Dan Dowd, a photographer and assemblage artist who works as a Museum security officer, are all winners of 2011 New England Art Awards.
The awards, presented by†The New England Journal of Aesthetic Research, were announced last night at the Art Awards Ball in Somerville, Mass.
Salatino and Tuite won in the Historical Show category for their work producing the attendance record-breaking†Edward Hopper's Maine exhibition.
Dowd won in the Installation category for†Anna Hepler's Head, an exhibition shown at Brunswick's Coleman Burke Gallery.
More on the awards here.
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