ROCKFORD – Interim Executive Director Carrie Johnson has been officially named Executive Director/Curator of Rockford Art Museum.
Johnson has been with RAM since 2006, most recently as curator, leading the development and innovative implementation of exhibitions while overseeing the care for and management of the RAM Permanent Collection. A Rockford native, she has a deep knowledge of the organization and a passion for supporting and working with artists, having also led education department prior to becoming curator in 2012, a position she has held longer than anyone else in the 106-year-old history of the contemporary art museum.
“Carrie’s work to develop connections throughout the art world has brought significant donations of artwork to the RAM Collection, and introduced nationally known artists to our museum and to the Rockford region,” RAM Board President David Boccignone said. “Her passion for art, education and the community make her a perfect fit to take on the leadership of Rockford Art Museum.”
About Rockford Art Museum: Founded in 1913, Rockford Art Museum exists to enrich the quality of life in the Rockford region through a permanent art collection, frequent art exhibitions, and lifelong art education. RAM is located inside the Riverfront Museum Park building at 711 North Main St., downtown Rockford. Facebook: @rockfordartmuseum, Instagram: @rockfordart #rockfordartmuseum, behind the scenes info: RAM mobile app. Learn more at rockfordartmuseum.org.