Anna Martin is a museum and arts educator who is currently the Project Manager of Youth, Family and Inclusion Initiatives at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
She has been working in education for over 12 years, beginning her career as a full time art teacher in both middle and elementary schools in New York City. More recently she has taught for various cultural organizations including The Guggenheim Museum, The Wyckoff House Museum, Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation, Project Art, and Marbles Kids Museum.
Anna began working with the Guggenheim for All program in 2018, teaching both school and family programs.
She holds a BFA with a focus in Visual Communications from The George Washington University and a MA in Art Education from The New York University.