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DAI curator announces resignation

David Hodges is resigning from his position as curator at the Duluth Art Institute, and will be returning to San Francisco to learn the craft of Asian scroll mounting and restoration, according to a news release.

David Hodges
Duluth Art Institute curator David Hodges is returning to San Francisco to learn the craft of Asian scroll mounting and restoration, according to the institute. News Tribune 2005 file photo

David Hodges is resigning from his position as curator at the Duluth Art Institute, and will be returning to San Francisco to learn the craft of Asian scroll mounting and restoration, according to a news release.

Hodges has been the curator since 2005, and is leaving at the end of June. He was living in San Francisco before moving to Minneapolis in 1999 to work for the Walker Art Center.

Executive director Samantha Gibb Roff said Hodges has redefined the exhibitions program at the art institute.

"He has managed to create a program that integrates, expands and connects on multiple levels," she said in the release. "David will be missed by fellow staff, board members and the artists in our community."

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