Global Museum Leaders Colloquium 2014

The Global Museum Leaders Colloquium is an invitational program hosted by the Office of the Director at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. It provides a unique opportunity for museum leaders from around the world to come together for a sustained exchange of ideas and expertise.

2014 Participants

Mohammad Fahim Rahimi
Chief Curator, National Museum of Afghanistan
Kabul, Afghanistan

Victoria Noorthoorn
Director, Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires (MAMBA)
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Renata Vieira da Motta
Director, Museological Heritage Preservation Unit, São Paulo Secretariat State of Culture
São Paulo, Brazil

Gong Liang
Director, Nanjing Museum
Nanjing, China

David Lordkipanidze
Director General, Georgian National Museums
Tbilisi, Georgia

Sabyasachi Mukherjee
Director General, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya
Mumbai, India

Eriko Osaka
Director, Yokohama Museum of Art
Yokohama, Japan

Agustín Arteaga
Chief Executive Officer and Director, Museo Nacional de Arte
Mexico City, Mexico

Stijn Huijts
Chief Executive Officer and Director, Bonnefantenmuseum
Maastricht, Netherlands

Andrés Alvarez-Calderón
Director, Museo Larco
Lima, Peru

Agnieszka Morawinska
Director, The National Museum in Warsaw
Warsaw, Poland

Eugene Tan
Director, National Gallery Singapore

Steven Sack
Director, Origins Centre - University of Witwatersrand, 
Johannesburg, South Africa

Amara Srisuchat
Acting Director, Office of National Museums, Fine Arts Department, Ministry of Culture
Bangkok, Thailand


Thomas P. Campbell
Director & CEO, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

András Szántó
Moderator, Global Museum Leaders Colloquium

Joanne Pillsbury 
Andrall E. Pearson Curator of Ancient American Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Director and Producer: Christopher Noey
Editors: Marina Zarya, Lisa Rifkind
Camera: Sarah Cowen, Marina Zarya
Sound: Stephanie Wuertz
Music: Austin Fisher

The GMLC is supported in part by the Terra Foundation for American Art.

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