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Brad Rosenstein

Brad Rosenstein is an exhibition curator, program producer, and cultural historian, based in San Francisco. He specializes in the performing and visual arts, film and TV, and design and fashion. He is the son of Anglophile Americans who revered all things British, and British art and artists have remained essential to his personal and professional lives. His recent major exhibition, Noël Coward: Art & Style (2021), enjoyed a tremendously successful six-month run at London’s Guildhall Art Gallery. In his current role as a Director of The Noël Coward Archive (U.S.), he promotes international collaboration between archives, and participates in initiatives from exhibitions to digital projects to share the Coward Archive collection.

He has appeared as a speaker across the US, and internationally in numerous online presentations. He has worked extensively with the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco in conjunction with exhibitions ranging from 17th-century Dutch paintings to Oscar de la Renta. For ten years he was the Curator of Exhibitions and Programs at San Francisco’s Museum of Performance & Design, where he organized over 60 exhibitions on performing arts/design subjects. For six years as an award-winning Program Producer for the Presidio Trust, he and his team produced up to 100 live events a year, with partners ranging from Lucasfilm to the Noguchi Museum.

Photo by Peter Dressel

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