Skip to content

Community, connection and activism at the National Museum of African Art

Category: Leadership

In this interview, Blooloop talks to the newly appointed Director of the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art, Ngaire Blankenberg, about how her longtime work in consulting has inspired a new vision for the institution.

Ngaire Blankenberg , the new director of the Smithsonian's National Museum of African Art (), has been a consultant for museums and cultural destinations around the world. She draws on a rich experience in finding innovative ways to connect cultural resources to new audiences, and a commitment to re-imagining the museums of the future.

Continue Reading at Blooloop

AAM Member-Only Content

AAM Members get exclusive access to premium digital content including:

  • Featured articles from Museum magazine
  • Access to more than 1,500 resource listings from the Resource Center
  • Tools, reports, and templates for equipping your work in museums
Log In

We're Sorry

Your current membership level does not allow you to access this content.

Upgrade Your Membership


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Subscribe to Field Notes!

Packed with stories and insights for museum people, Field Notes is delivered to your inbox every Monday. Once you've completed the form below, confirm your subscription in the email sent to you.

If you are a current AAM member, please sign-up using the email address associated with your account.

Are you a museum professional?

Are you a current AAM member?

Success! Now check your email to confirm your subscription, and please add to your safe sender list.