Amy G. Poster is an independent curator and a consultant on museum strategic planning in New York, specializing in Asian Art. She is Curator Emerita of Asian Art at the Brooklyn Museum, where she was Curator and Chair of the Asian Art Department from 1989 to 2006. A recognized expert in the field of Asian art history, Mrs. Poster has curated numerous special exhibitions and edited and authored their affiliated catalogues. Recently, Mrs. Poster served as Consultant on Asian Art at the Ringling Museum, Sarasota, FL (2007-2009), and as Mellon Curator-At-Large for the Indianapolis Museum of Art (2012-2013), where she developed a strategic plan for their South Asian Art collection. She presently serves on numerous art advisory committees, including the Islamic Art Visiting Committee of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Board of the Japanese Art Society of America, the International Committee of the Japan Society Gallery, the Art Advisory Committee of Olana Historic Site, the Advisory Group of the Friends of Khmer Culture, Inc.