In 1988 Dr. Harwood joined the Brooklyn Museum and now oversees its highly regarded Decorative Arts holdings. Among the exhibitions and installations he has organized are From the Village to Vogue: The Modernist Jewelry of Art Smith, on view through May 2009, The Furniture of George Hunzinger, Tiffany Glass and Lamps at the Brooklyn Museum, Twentieth-Century Design from the Permanent Collection, The Aesthetic Movement, and was a co-curator of American Identities: A New Look. The recipient of a BA from Brandeis University, Dr. Harwood was awarded an MFA from Princeton University, where he also received a PhD. Since 1991 Harwood has been Adjunct Professor at the Cooper-Hewitt Museum/Parsons Masters Program in the History of Decorative Arts. He is the author of numerous scholarly publications, such as the catalogue The Furniture of George Hunzinger: Invention and Innovation in the 19th-Century, for which he received the Publication and Exhibition Award from the Victorian Society in America, Metropolitan Chapter. Barry was a charter member of the Pee Wee Fun Club.