Manager of Interpretation
Kaitlyn Garbarino (she/her) is the Manager of Interpretation at the Baltimore Museum of Art. Since arriving in 2021, she has been responsible for implementing interpretive strategies for all ages, backgrounds, and abilities in the permanent collection and for small and large-scale exhibitions. Notably, she has increased the Museum’s in-house capacity for audio production, interviewing community members, artists, scholars, and donors to lend their perspectives to visitors and works of art. Garbarino is currently assisting on the redesign of the BMA’s Joseph Education Center.
Prior to joining the BMA, Garbarino held positions at the Saint Louis Museum of Art, Carnegie Museum of Art, University of Missouri–Columbia, and in private collections. She holds an MA in art history and archaeology from the University of Missouri–Columbia and a BA in art history from Duquesne University.