Hope Saska
curator of collections and exhibitions

Hope Saska is our curator of collections and exhibitions. A specialist in works on paper, Hope holds a doctorate from Brown University with a dissertation on 18th-century graphic satire and caricature. While serving as the Andrew W. Mellon Curatorial Fellow at the Detroit Institute of Art and the Samuel H. Kress Curatorial Fellow at the Lewis Walpole Library, Hope honed her curatorial expertise working on a number of exhibitions and research and digital humanities projects. She recently served as a  test developer for the redesigned AP art history exam, and has taught art history at the Rhode Island School of Design, Roger Williams University and Naugatuck Valley Community College.

Please note: our curators do not review un-solicited exhibition proposals.