Jay Surdukowski Elected a Trustee of the Currier Museum of Art
Jay Surdukowski, an attorney in Sulloway’s Concord, New Hampshire office has been elected to a five year term as a Trustee of the Currier Museum of Art. Mr. Surdukowski becomes the second youngest member of the twenty-five member board consisting of business, professional, and philanthropic leaders from across the Granite State. In addition to serving on the Currier Board, Mr. Surdukowski chairs the Board of Overseers of the St. Paul’s School Advanced Studies program and helps steward efforts to support the popular summer program for New Hampshire high school juniors which has graduated more than 12,000 alumni over the last 60 years.
Opened in 1929, the Currier is a premiere regional art museum with a collection of American and European works in a variety of media by renowned artists such as Andrew
Wyeth, Edward Hopper, Pablo Picasso, Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, John Singleton Copley, Thomas Eakins, Claude Monet, Georgia O’Keeffe, Fairfield Porter, Jane Freilicher, Winslow Homer, Elaine De Kooning, and Marsden Hartley, among many others.
The Museum also operates and gives tours of one of two Frank Lloyd Wright-designed houses in New Hampshire, the Zimmerman House.
Under the leadership of its new Director Alan Chong, the Currier has recently put great emphasis on connecting the Museum with the broader Manchester and New Hampshire community through block parties, a support program for parents of substance abuse victims, musical performances, and an arts education program for area school children.