Cameron Kitchin is the Louis and Louise Dieterle Nippert Director of the Cincinnati Art Museum, where he serves as the ninth director in the museum’s history.
Kitchin is dedicated to the art museum’s service to the public and advancing the role of art and education in Cincinnati’s civic agenda. Since his appointment in 2014, Kitchin has led the museum to embrace its founding principles of inspiring people and connecting communities through the power of art. He guides the museum’s institutional vision, the collection of over 73,000 objects spanning 6,000 years, exhibitions, publications, research resources, art library, educational initiatives, outreach programs, external relations, administrative management and strategic planning. Kitchin previously served as Director of the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art and as Executive Director of the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art. His professional experience includes special projects with the American Alliance of Museums and museum planning with Economics Research Associates. Kitchin holds degrees in art history from Harvard University and business administration from William & Mary. He is an alumnus of the Getty Leadership Institute and Leadership Cincinnati. Kitchin serves the field as a Presidential appointee to the National Museum and Library Services Board, an elected Trustee of the Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD), and a member of the executive committee of the International Council of Museums’ United States national committee (ICOM-US).
Cynthia Amnéus, Chief Curator
Amy Burke, Director of Visitor Experience
Carol Edmondson, Chief Financial Officer
Ted Forrest, Human Resources Director
Emily Holtrop, Director of Learning & Interpretation
Susan Hudson, Director of Collections & Exhibitions
David Linnenberg, Chief Administrative Officer
Kirby S. Neumann, Director of Philanthropy
Darcy Schwass, APR, Director of Marketing & Communications
Amy L. Hanson, Chair
|Rance G. Duke, President|
The Cincinnati Art Museum is supported by the generosity of tens of thousands of contributors to the ArtsWave Community Campaign, the region's primary source for arts funding.
General operating support provided by: