June 28, 2009, The New York Times — After a 10-month search the Philadelphia Museum of Art has selected Timothy Rub, director of the Cleveland Museum of Art, to be its new director and chief executive. He succeeds Anne d’Harnoncourt, who led the museum from 1982 until her sudden death last year.
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May 10, 2009, The Philadelphia Inquirer — When Gerry and Marguerite Lenfest sit still long enough to accept the Philadelphia Award this week, it will be entirely appropriate to fill the air with honorifics and superlatives:
The big cash behind the expansion of the Curtis Institute of Music. On track to become the most generous donors in the history of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
April 3, 2009, Philadelphia Business Journal — The jobless rate may be rising, but a handful of arts-and-cultural organizations in Philadelphia are going through prolonged searches to fill their top positions.
After doling out hundreds of millions of dollars over several decades, one of the few major philanthropies in the Philadelphia region began a quick fade from the scene with the death yesterday of its ardent doyenne of hometown causes.
Doreen Bolger sees her new exhibit of circus drawings by Pablo Picasso and other 20th-century artists as just right for the times.