Chief Education Officer
Gamynne Guillotte (she/her) is responsible for interpretation, public programs, education, and public engagement at the Baltimore Museum of Art. She has been the BMA’s Chief Education Officer since 2018 and previously served as Director of Interpretation and Public Engagement and Manager of Interpretation. Previously, she was a designer at Los Angeles-based Narduli Studio, an interdisciplinary design firm with commissions in public art and architecture and developed public programs at the MAK Center for Art and Architecture. Guillotte currently serves on the Affiliates Board for the Program in Museums and Society at Johns Hopkins University, the Executive Committee of the Association of Art Museum Interpretation (AAMI), and as a project contributor to the Museums as a Site for Social Action (MASS Action) initiative. Guillotte holds an MArch from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) and a BA with areas of concentration in art history and architectural history from Sarah Lawrence College.