Director of Interpretation and Public Engagement
Baltimore Museum of Art
Gamynne Guillotte is the Director of Interpretation and Public Engagement at The Baltimore Museum of Art, where she is responsible for the planning and realization of interpretive spaces, in-gallery resources, and public programs. Recent projects include the launch of the Patricia and Mark Joseph Education Center and its inaugural exhibition Imagining Home; in-gallery interpretation for the newly reopened Contemporary, American, African, and Asian collections; and BMA Go Mobile, the web-based mobile art guide for the BMA’s collection. As of September 2015, she has been serving as Interim Co-Director of Education and Interpretation.
Ms. Guillotte received a Masters of Architecture from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) and worked for several years as a designer at Narduli Studio, an interdisciplinary design practice with commissions in public art and architecture. Prior to this, she was the Educational Program Coordinator for the MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Los Angeles, where she worked closely with educators, curators, and artists to develop and implement community outreach initiatives, curricula, and public programs.