William Rudolph Named Chief Curator at San Antonio Museum of Art

William Rudolph has been named curator of American art and Mellon chief curator at the San Antonio Museum of Art. The newly created position is made possible by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation as well as an endowment from San Antonio philanthropist Marie Haff in honor of her late husband, Hugh Haff. Rudolph is currently curator of American Art and decorative art, and director of exhibitions, at the Milwaukee Art Museum. Said Rudolph: “The San Antonio Museum of Art is an ambitious museum. I’m excited to work with [director] Katie Luber and her team to bring dynamic art and programming to the city's diverse community.”