The National Museum of Women in the Arts’s (NMWA) monthly talk show connects viewers to the museum and its mission to champion women artists. On this episode, Virginia Treanor, NMWA associate curator, and Adrienne L. Gayoso, senior educator, are joined by Brittany Luberda, assistant curator of decorative arts at the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA). They will discuss NMWA’s long-term loan of silver objects to the BMA as well as the realities of women silversmiths in late 18th- and early 19th-century London.
About Brittany Luberda
Brittany Luberda is the assistant curator of decorative arts at the BMA, where she curates the American and European collection of objects and furniture. Prior to joining the BMA, Brittany held decorative arts curatorial positions at the Saint Louis Art Museum and the Frick. Luberda is working on two reinstallations of Europe Art 1400–1800 and American Art Colonialism through the 1960s at the BMA. She is the decorative arts curator for the upcoming traveling exhibition Renaissance Woman (tentative title), which explores European women artists in all media from the Renaissance through circa 1800, including works on loan from NMWA.