Ringling Museum Appoints Doud as Currie-Kohlmann Curator of Performance

Arts & Culture


The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art has announced Elizabeth Doud as the new Currie-Kohlmann Curator of Performance. In her new position, Doud will curate the performing arts at The Ringling, including the New Stages series.

A Florida-based arts professional, scholar and multi-disciplinary theater artist with a background in creative writing and contemporary performance practice, Doud has worked extensively throughout the U.S., Latin America and the Caribbean in the performing arts during her 20-plus years of experience as an arts organizer, presenter and educator, with an emphasis on international cultural exchange and climate arts. Her projects have been commissioned and presented by Miami Light Project, FUNDarte, Diverse Works and MACLA, among other supporters. From 2005-2018, she led the Performing Americas Program of the National Performance Network. She has been a development consultant for arts organizations including the Baryshnikov Arts Center in New York. Her latest ongoing artistic project is an eco-performance entitled The Mermaid Tear Factory, which toured in Brazil, Cuba and South Florida during 2015-2018 with production support of the State Secretary of Culture of Bahia. 

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