Angela Lombardi is the Director of Outreach and Audience Engagement at the North Carolina Museum of Art where she leads a dynamic team of programmers who create public events for all ages. With a focus on amplifying the talents of local artists, she engages young people in rural communities across NC through NCMA’s signature outreach project, the Artist Innovation Mentorship Program. Lombardi works closely with the Museum’s Community Advocacy Committee, as well as serving as co-leader of the internal staff Inclusion, Equity, Diversity and Accessibility task force for two years. Lombardi is the Vice Chair of the City of Raleigh Public Art and Design Board and maintains an active artistic practice. She comes to her museum career by way of studio art, graduating from Hunter College in New York. She continued her training in academic drawing and sculpture at the Florence Academy of Art. Upon moving to North Carolina in 2006, she worked as a teaching artist and started a mobile studio camp for middle school students as well as creating educational programming directly with artists for four years as manager of education and outreach at Artspace in downtown Raleigh.
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Museum Outreach: Short Film about Artist Innovation Mentorship Program: Outside the Lines
Museum Exhibition: Video Interview about Silverpoint Drawing seen in Talent Within Exhibition
My Art Website: www.AngelaMaeLombardi.com