Join us in Congratulating Charlotte Eyerman and the Monterey Museum of Art

 Charlotte EyermanWe are pleased to announce that Charlotte Eyerman has been selected to serve as the Monterey Museum of Art's new Executive Director. Charlotte is an acknowledged expert in 19th-century French art and a leading authority in modern and contemporary art and was most recently the Director of FRAME (French Regional American Museum Exchange) in North America, a consortium of 26 major museums. 


Charlotte has held curatorial positions at the J. Paul Getty Museum in the Department of Paintings, as well as at the Saint Louis Art Museum, where she was Curator and Department Head of Modern and Contemporary Art. Charlotte's experience also includes strategic and curatorial work for the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County where she curated its critically acclaimed exhibition in conjunction with the J. Paul Getty Trust's Pacific Standard Time Initiative. Prior to her work in museums, Charlotte was on the faculty at Union College in Schenectady, NY. Dr. Eyerman earned her Ph.D. and M.A. in the History of Art from the University of California at Berkeley, and a B.A. in English from the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA. 

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The Monterey Museum of Art is the renowned heir to the California artistic legacy. It inspires an appreciation of this legacy and expands a passion for the visual arts through its historic and contemporary collections, expensive exhibitions, and engaging programs. The Monterey Museum of Art is the only dedicated visual art museum on the Monterey Peninsula and the only nationally accredited art museum on the Central coast. The museum's permanent collection consists of more than 14,000 objects in five categories: Early California Painting, Photography, California Modernism, Contemporary Art, and Asian Art. In a region considered a cradle of modern American photography, the Museum has a reputation nationally, if not internationally, for its distinguished photography holdings. For additional information please visit

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