Matthew Seamus Callinan is the Associate Director of the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, VCAM, and Campus Exhibitions for Haverford College. Over the past sixteen years Callinan has coordinated dozens of exhibitions, publications, and programs for the college featuring the work of international artists and curators including the Pew Center for Arts and Heritage funded project The Contest of the Fruits with Berlin-based collective Slavs and Tatars. Collaborating with writer and curator Pete Brook, Callinan assisted in creating the nationally touring exhibition Prison Obscura. Callinan also collaborated with Independent Curators International (ICI) to produce the first edition of the nationally touring exhibition The People’s Biennial. In addition to his work at Haverford College, Callinan recently served as the Exhibition Preparator and a Project Manager for Pulling Together, the innaugural exhibition of the Beyond Granite initiative, featuring site-specific installations by six leading contemporary artists on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.. Callinan also currently works as a Project Specialist for Monument Lab and has served as the Director of Exhibitions for Monument Lab: Philadelphia (Citywide Exhibition, 2017) and as a coordinator for Monument Lab's National Monument Audit, Shaping the Past, Staying Power, Terry Adkins, Prototype Monument for Center Square; RAIR’s Digging Deeper: field studies made possible by the wastestream, Mural Arts Philadelphia's Open Source, and the Hidden City Festival.