Dorika Pumi appointed head curator of Museum’s art gallery

The Board of Governors of the Park Museum is pleased to announce the appointment of Dorika Pumi as head curator of the Museum’s art gallery.

Pumi has enjoyed a remarkable career to date, particularly in her rôle as curator at the Park Museum of Contemporary Art. Her work there included the critically acclaimed How Much Was That Doggie in the Window? as well as the K-NONical Kismet exhibit and the well-received series of sketches entitled, Better To Be Lost Than Loved.

In announcing the appointment, the Board of Governors said, “Pumi’s appointment is one of many milestones along the road to the realization of our Museum. We are honoured that she has accepted our offer and we look forward to nurturing a long and fruitful relationship with her.”