Fuller Craft Museum is pleased to welcome Erin McGough as its new Executive Director.
Erin joins Fuller Craft from the Duxbury Rural and Historical Society where she served as Executive Director. As Executive Director, Erin oversaw 7 historic houses and structures, an archival library, museum collections, and more than 150 acres of land in addition to an active institutional calendar of 50+ programs/events a year at one of the oldest land organizations in the United States.
In her new role as Executive Director at Fuller Craft, Erin will work with staff and the Board to meet the goals of the current strategic plan—advance the field, expand the audience, engage the community, and sustain resources—as well as develop the next strategic plan to launch in 2023. Erin will be charged with increasing the Museum’s visibility, attendance, growth, and community impact, as well as developing the Board and overseeing the Museum’s collections, exhibitions, and educational programs. Erin is excited to bring her passion for the arts to Fuller Craft Museum.
About Fuller Craft Museum
Founded in 1969, Fuller Craft Museum is New England’s only craft museum. Its purpose is to inspire, stimulate, and enrich an ever-expanding and diverse community. Located in Brockton, MA, the museum is a treasured resource that chronicles, interprets, and presents contemporary craft and supports the field through education, community engagement, and thought leadership.
Each year, Fuller Craft welcomes more than 16,000 visitors who come to experience the full spectrum of contemporary craft. The museum offers robust exhibition programming, a permanent collection of over 850 objects, and a stunning 22-acre campus enhanced by outdoor sculptures. Through its exhibitions that represent all facets of craft and collection initiatives that feature a diverse and inclusive range of artists and media, the museum strives to engage its audiences with meaningful and relevant experiences.
For more information, please visit https://fullercraft.org/