Some exciting news from our alumni!
Posted on 2 May 2017
We've received some interesting updates from some of our former students recently.
- Congratulations to Hin-Hin Wong (class of 2013) who has been accepted for Christie’s Graduate Training Program 2017 (Asia intake). Hin-Hin was awarded one of only 2 places from over 600 applicants, so well done Hin-Hin!
- Matthew Storey (class of 2009) is now a curator at Hampton Court Palace. He recently sent us this image of him meeting Dan Snow and Lucy Worsley in the stores of the Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection at Hampton Court Palace.
- Sally Goodsir (class of 2007) was recently featured in the Guardian for her curation of an exhibition of gifts presented to HM The Queen, which opens in July in the state rooms at Buckingham Palace.
- Isabella Boorman (class of 2013) has just been appointed Interim Curator at the National Museum of Wales. The first exhibition she will be curating will be on the twentieth-century Australian artist Sidney Nolan for his centenary and will be held in partnership with Oriel y Parc gallery in St Davids from September 30th through to January 28th 2018. Isabella is particularly delighted to be working in her homeland of Wales!
For more news on what our alumni do with their art history degrees, visit our alumni pages to read profiles of some of our former students.