Sarah Schroth, the Mary D.B.T. and James H. Semans Director at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, will retire in May 2020. She has been at Duke for almost 25 years and in her current role for 6.
“With the opening of the sculpture garden connecting the museum to the Rubenstein Arts Center, and Duke Gardens and the Arts Annex in close proximity, Duke has a true hub for the creation, exhibition and enjoyment of all forms of art,” said Provost Sally Kornbluth. “Sarah has worked so very effectively with her colleagues – faculty and administrators – as well as staff, students and the community. She leaves the museum in a strong position to attract top candidates who are equally as committed to the contribution of the arts to education and our society. I am grateful for her fine work, energy and creativity.” [Duke Today]