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The Metropolitan Museum of Art is an arts institution that maintains a museum and library of art, encouraging and developing the study of the fine arts, and the application of arts to manufacture and practical life. The institution was founded in 1870 and is based in New York, New York.
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Founded in 1870
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art Key Developments
The Metropolitan Museum of Art Appoints Clyde B. Jones III as Senior Vice President for Institutional Advancement
Apr 28 15
Clyde B. Jones III, president of the Medical and Health Sciences Foundation of the University of Pittsburgh and UPMC, will leave his position June 12, 2015, to become senior vice president for institutional advancement for the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Jones, who also holds the titles of vice chancellor for health sciences development at the University of Pittsburgh and chief development officer at UPMC, has led the Medical and Health Sciences Foundation since its creation in 2003 to raise philanthropic funds for the University's health sciences schools and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC).
Metropolitan Museum of Art Announces Executive Changes
Mar 11 15
Metropolitan Museum of Art appointed Daniel H. Weiss as next president, an art historian who is currently president of Haverford College in Pennsylvania. The museum announced that Weiss is to succeed Emily Kernan Rafferty, who will retire from the Met on March 31 after 10 years in the post. Weiss was formally elected to the museum presidency at a board of trustees meeting after a national search. He will assume his new post this summer. Museum Chairman Daniel Brodsky called Weiss an accomplished, creative, and energetic leader with a proven record in managing areas essential to running large institutions. Weiss will serve as the museum's chief operating officer, responsible for all day-to-day operations. He'll oversee 1,500 employees and report to director and CEO Thomas Campbell.
Metropolitan Museum of Art Opens David H. Koch Plaza
Sep 19 14
Metropolitan Museum of Art has announced the opening and renovation of David H. Koch Plaza, after a two-year reconstruction effort. The massive outdoor space-which runs along Fifth Avenue for four city blocks, the entire length of the Museum's landmark facade-now features completely new fountains, paving, lighting, allees and bosques of trees leading to the Museum's entrances from north and south, and seating areas for visitors. The plaza is named for David H. Koch, a Museum Trustee, who contributed the entire $65 million cost of the project.
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