David Prince joined the staff of the SUArt Museum in 1986. Over his career he developed a number of exhibitions from the permanent collection including examinations of Berenice Abbott, James MacNeill Whistler, W. Eugene Smith and Ivan Mestrovic. Group shows investigated narrative art, the artist colonies at Gloucester, and Provincetown and artist portraits and self‑portraits. Notable loan exhibitions included a 2009 exhibition of Winslow Homer’s transformative years at Houghton Farm and Forbidden Fruit: Yasuo Kuniyoshi’s America, an in‑depth exploration of an important Japanese artist seen through his late painting of the same name. His most recent exhibition, The Howling Infinite: Moby Dick, Art and Landscape, opened virtually on the museum’s website in January. The exhibition uses the museum’s permanent collection to explore American landscape art through the combined lenses of Melville’s iconic narrative and contemporary environmental criticism.