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museum director

Joan Hannah Rosembaum, museum director. Member Women's Task Force Jewish Philanthropies, Amnesty International, Symphony Space, New York City; Member of Public Center New York (advisory board since 1980), New York State Association Museum Directors (vice president since 1983), Artist Space (board directors since 1981), American Association Museum (vice president).

Background

Rosembaum, Joan Hannah was born on November 24, 1942 in Hartford, Connecticut, United States. Daughter of Charles Leon and Lillian (Sharasheff) Grossman.

Education

Associate of Arts, Hartford College Women, 1962. Bachelor, Boston University, 1964. Postgraduate, Hunter College, 1973.

Postgraduate, Institute Art Administration. Postgraduate, Columbia University Business School, 1978.

Career

Assistant to director Pierpont Morgan Library., New York City, 1965—1966. Curatorial assistant Museum Modern Art, 1966—1972. Director museum program New York State Council Arts, 1972—1979.

Director The Jewish Museum, since 1980. Panelist National Endowment Arts, since 1981, New York Council Humanities, since 1981.

Membership

Member Women's Task Force Jewish Philanthropies, Amnesty International, Symphony Space, New York City. Member of Public Center New York (advisory board since 1980), New York State Association Museum Directors (vice president since 1983), Artist Space (board directors since 1981), American Association Museum (vice president).

Connections

father:
Charles Leon Grossman

mother:
Lillian (Sharasheff) Grossman