alumni network

Are you an alumni of the Museum Studies program? Do you wonder where other graduates live and work? Here are some information for you.

 

Around the world

World map representing where MMSt alumni live, based on our records as of March 2019.

World map representing where MMSt alumni live, based on our records as of March 2019.

 

Although the majority of alumni remained in Canada, from coast to coast, some have moved around the world, from Australia, to Bermuda, China, Denmark, Germany, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States of America, and Israel.

 

Various institutions and career paths

 
 
  • Collections Specialist, Diefenbunker: Canada's Cold War Museum

  • Director, Feheley Fine Arts

  • Exhibit Developer, Haley Sharpe Design

  • Head of Contemporary Conflicts, Imperial War Museums

  • Director of Marketing, Koffler Centre of the Arts

  • Vice President, Lord Cultural Resources

  • Development Manager, MOCA Toronto

  • Curator, Museum London

  • Executive Director, National Museum of Bermuda

  • Associate Professor, OCAD University

  • Artifacts Coordinator, Ontario Science Center

  • Conservator, Parks Canada

  • Head of Conservation, Tate

  • Director, The Rooms Provincial Museum

  • Development Officer, Annual Giving, Toronto Symphony Orchestra

  • Registrar, Vancouver Art Gallery

Museum Studies alumni do not only work in museums. Here are a couple of positions which alumni have held over the years:

  • Director & Chief Curator, McMaster Museum of Art

  • Chief Curator, Hong Kong Museum of Art

  • Chief Registrar, Aga Khan Museum

  • Director of Exhibitions, American Swedish Institute

  • Interpretive Planner, Art Gallery of Ontario

  • General Manager, Black Creek Pioneer Village

  • Director, Bytown Museum

  • Senior Heritage Consultant, Canadian Heritage

  • Curator of Contemporary Aboriginal Art, Canadian Museum of History

  • Dean of Fine Arts, Concordia University

  • Director, Virtual Museum of Canada

  • Independent Museum Consultant

 

If you would like to share your story with us, contact us at mmst50@utoronto.ca.