Rock Hall Changes
Changes are afoot at the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, where the VP of exhibitions and curatorial affairs has transitioned to a consulting role.
Jim Henke had a career as a music journalist at Rolling Stone before taking over curatorial duties when the museum opened in 1995.
In a statement to the Plain Dealer, Rock Hall Spokeswoman Margaret Thresher noted Henke will continue to consult for the museum, with a focus on “collecting and writing.”
Henke and Thresher denied reports that the departure was tied to a sexual harassment complaint by a female employee at the museum, the paper noted.