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Brittany Luberda

The Anne Stone Associate Curator of Decorative Arts


Brittany Luberda (she/her) is the Anne Stone Associate Curator of Decorative Arts. She is a scholar of 18th-century ceramics and silver. From 2016 until her arrival in August 2019, Brittany was the Research Assistant in Decorative Arts and Design at the Saint Louis Art Museum, where she studied European and American decorative arts from the 15th through 19th centuries. From 2013 to 2016, Brittany was a department assistant in both Conservation and Decorative Arts at The Frick Collection in New York. Brittany has additional curatorial experience at the Dallas Museum of Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Smart Museum of Art in Chicago. She holds an MA in art history from Southern Methodist University and a BA in art history from the University of Chicago and has completed the Attingham Summer School and Program in New England Studies (PINES) through Historic New England.

In addition to her curatorial work, Brittany serves on the board of the American Ceramic Circle. She has also taught as an Adjunct Faculty Member at Maryville University and Lindenwood University, among others. Her publications on decorative arts, curation, global trade, and colonialism can be found in Making Her Mark: A History of Women Artists in Europe 1400-1800 (2023), Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture (2023), Faenza (2022), Journal18: A Journal of Eighteenth-Century Art and Culture (2017), and the Furniture History Society Newsletter (2017). Brittany has also received fellowships from the Decorative Arts Trust, the Kress Foundation, American Ceramic Circle, French Porcelain Society, and Paul Mellon Centre.