HOUSTON CENTER FOR PHOTOGRAPHY ANNOUNCES CHRISTIAN H. CUTLER AS NEW CURATORIAL AND PROGRAMS COORDINATOR
Houston, TX – The Board of Directors of Houston Center for Photography are delighted to announce the selection of Christian H. Cutler as Curatorial and Programs Coordinator. Mr. Cutler has accepted the position upon the resignation of HCP's former Exhibitions Coordinator, Mr. Jason Dibley, who is stepping aside to pursue other interests in photography. “I am excited to be returning to my curatorial roots — the medium of photography — and look forward to being a part of HCP and Houston’s dynamic art scene."
Christian H. Cutler received his M.F.A. in photography in 2006 from Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, MI, where he also assisted the registrar and preparator of the Cranbrook Art Museum. He earned his B.A. in 1997 from Sewanee: The University of the South in Sewanee, TN and attended the Glasgow School of Art in Glasgow, Scotland in 1995. Prior to joining Houston Center for Photography staff as Curatorial and Programs Coordinator, Christian has served as Director of Galleries for Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, TX; Director's Assistant for The Sir Elton John Photography Collection; and Co-Director and Registrar for Jackson Fine Art Gallery in Atlanta, GA. He has also owned an art installation business and continues to photograph.
In addition to his work as a gallery administrator, Christian has taught introductory- and advanced-level photography courses on both the high school and adult levels, curated juried art competitions and exhibitions, and led seminars on portfolio preparation for artists. Christian is a practicing artist whols work has shown internationally.