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Published on Oct 15, 2015
Speakers: James Cuno, president and CEO of the J. Paul Getty Trust and Gregory Moore, editor of the Denver Post Moderator: Claudio Sanchez, correspondent for National Public Radio
James Cuno President and CEO, J. Paul Getty Trust Willamette University Class of 1973, History
James Cuno has served as president and CEO of the J. Paul Getty Trust since 2011. From 2004 to 2011, he was president and director of the Art Institute of Chicago, and from 2002 to 2004 he was director of and professor at the Courtauld Institute of Art at the University of London. Cuno also has directed the Harvard University Art Museums (1991–2002), the Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth College (1989–1991), and the Grunwald Center of the Graphic Arts at the University of California, Los Angeles (1986–1989). He has held teaching positions at Vassar College, UCLA, Dartmouth, and Harvard. Cuno has lectured and written widely on museums and cultural and public policy. Since 2003, he has published Whose Muse? Art Museums and the Public’s Trust, Whose Culture? The Promise of Museums and the Debate Over Antiquities, and Who Owns Antiquity? Museums and the Battle Over Our Ancient Heritage, and most recently Museums Matter: In Praise of the Encyclopedic Museum. Cuno is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Born in St. Louis, Missouri, he earned his BA in history from Willamette University in 1973, an MA in art history from the University of Oregon in 1978, and an MA and PhD in fine arts (history of art) from Harvard University in 1981 and 1985, respectively.
Gregory Moore Editor, Denver Post Ohio Wesleyan University Class of 1976, Journalism and Political Science
Gregory Moore has been the editor of the Denver Post since 2002 and, during his tenure, the newspaper has won four consecutive Pulitzer Prizes. Under his leadership, the paper won the 2013 Pulitzer for breaking news, the 2012 Pulitzer for feature photography, the 2011 Pulitzer for editorial cartooning, and the 2010 Pulitzer for feature photography, nearly doubling the total Pulitzers that the Denver Post has won in its history. Previously, Moore worked at the Boston Globe, where he was an editor for 16 years, including eight as managing editor. He began his career in Ohio, reporting for the Journal-Herald and then the Cleveland Plain Dealer. From 2004 to 2013, he served on the Pulitzer Prize Board, including a year as co-chair with Thomas Friedman. Moore has been a member of the board of the American Society of Newspaper Editors and served on the board of trustees at his alma mater, Ohio Wesleyan University. He is a founding member of the Cleveland chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) and is a former member of the national NABJ board. In 2012, Moore was named Benjamin C. Bradlee Editor of the Year. He earned a BA in journalism and political science from Ohio Wesleyan University.
Moderator: Claudio Sanchez Correspondent, National Public Radio
Claudio Sanchez is the education correspondent for National Public Radio. His reports air regularly on NPR’s award-winning news magazines Morning Edition, All Things Considered, and Weekend Edition. He is a former elementary and middle school teacher and focuses on the “three p’s” of education reform: politics, policy, and pedagogy. Sanchez joined NPR in 1989, after serving for a year as executive producer for the Latin American News Service, a daily national radio news service based in El Paso, Texas. From 1984 to 1988, he was news and public affairs director at KXCR-FM in El Paso. Sanchez was named a Class of 2007 Fellow by the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University. He has won first prize in the Education Writers Association’s National Awards for Education and the Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Silver Baton, among many other awards. Sanchez is a native of Nogales, Mexico, and a graduate of Northern Arizona University, with post-baccalaureate studies at the University of Arizona in Tucson.