Film curator is leaving the Oklahoma City Museum of Art

Brian Hearn has been at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art for 19 years.
From Staff Reports Modified: April 7, 2014 at 9:21 pm •  Published: April 8, 2014

After 19 years at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, film curator Brian Hearn is leaving the museum.

“Brian has brought an impressive record of achievement to the museum and we are grateful for his dedication, passion, and creativity. His commitment to developing a program of international reputation has been commendable and will have a lasting impact on our region,” E. Michael Whittington, president and CEO of the museum, said in a news release.

Whittington said a national search would begin immediately for Hearn’s successor.

“Among the rewarding aspects of my career at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art were creating an outstanding program featuring independent films and bringing national recognition to the museum. It has been an honor and privilege to serve as the museum’s film curator,” Hearn said in the release.