Bruno Nouril, who most recently served as development director of the Drawing Center in New York, has joined the Institute of Contemporary Art at the University of Pennsylvania. In his role as director of development at the ICA, Nouril will outline and execute philanthropic goals for the museum.
While at the Drawing Center, Nouril oversaw various fundraising initiatives and special events. He also has experience working at the Queens Museum, the nonprofit Art21, and the Museum of Biblical Art in New York.
He said in a statement, “Supported by Penn’s incredible resources and stimulating intellectual environment, ICA is impressively bold in the contemporary art it presents and forward thinking in how it makes that art accessible to the Penn and wider Philadelphia communities.”
Amy Sadao, the director of the ICA, added, “Bruno is a proven leader whose ability to identify funding opportunities that respond to changes and trends in arts philanthropy demonstrate both impressive fundraising skills and a natural gift for relationship-building. Bruno’s broad experience in philanthropic fundraising will be a strong asset to ICA, building on the strength of our past and profoundly impacting future growth.”
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