Jenn DePrizio is the Director of Interpretation at the Cleveland Museum of Art where she leads the museum’s efforts to develop interpretative resources, digital and analog, and public programming that provide multiple entry points for curious and diverse audiences to connect with art.
Before joining the CMA, she served as director of learning and interpretation at the Portland Museum of Art, where she led a creative team dedicated to developing new and innovative interpretation and programs to engage the community. Prior to joining the staff at the PMA, Jenn held positions at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, J. Paul Getty Museum, and Worcester Art Museum.
From 2014-18, Jenn served as the Eastern Regional Director, Museum Education Division of the National Art Education Association, while also serving as Education Professional Affinity Group Chair of New England Museum Association. From 2008-2014 Jenn was an adjunct faculty member in Tufts University’s Museum Studies Graduate Program. She guest-edited and authored “Transforming Training: New Approaches for Engaging Adults,” Journal of Museum Education (February 2016). She holds a B.A. in Art History from College of the Holy Cross and a M.A.T. in Museum Education from The George Washington University.
Outside of her museum work, Jenn can be found working in her garden and researching for her cocktail blog.