Amy Homma is the Director of Digital Learning at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. For five years, Amy has overseen the growth of the ARTLAB+ program, the signature afterschool program of the Smithsonian Institution. Under her leadership, the ARTLAB+ program has served over 18,000 local teens and reached a critical level of success, with multiple invitations to White House events and national and international recognition amongst museum education programs.
In the past, Amy has worked for the National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian American Art Museum, and the Corcoran Gallery of Art. Amy centers her work on her foundational knowledge of art historical content and informal learning best practices, receiving her Bachelors in East Asian Art History at The University of Wisconsin-Madison and her Masters in Museum Education at The George Washington University.
American Spaces Reassessment and Design Project
Through the American Spaces Assessment and Redesign Project, Smithsonian experts in education, exhibition design, and public engagement are working with the State Department’s Bureau of International Information Programs to help connect international audiences with American culture and values at more than 700 locations worldwide.