Diva Zumaya Awarded the Wallis Annenberg Curatorial Fellowship at LACMA

Diva Zumaya, Ph.D. Candidate, has been awarded the Wallis Annenberg Curatorial Fellowship in the Department of Old Master Paintings and Sculpture at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). This two-year fellowship provides curatorial training and supports scholarly research in connection with the museum's permanent collection and related projects. Striving to combine the strengths of academic art history and the art museum, the Annenberg Curatorial Fellowship is designed to attract exceptional emerging scholars to the curatorial field and supports the highest level of professional development, with opportunities to be fully integrated into all aspects of curatorial work.