Cameron Kitchin is the ninth appointed Director of the Cincinnati Art Museum. He has led the museum team, institutional vision, community engagement, collections, exhibitions, and expansive scholarship since 2014. He served as Director of the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art from 2008-2014 and led the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art (formerly Contemporary Art Center of Virginia) from 2002-2008.
Kitchin is an elected Trustee of the Association of Art Museum Directors and serves on the Board and Executive Committee of ICOM-US, the U.S. national committee of the International Council of Museums. He is a member of the national exhibitions committee of the American Federation of Arts. His prior professional experience includes special projects and strategic planning with the American Alliance of Museums (formerly American Association of Museums) and Senior Associate for museums and cultural organizations with Economics Research Associates. Kitchin holds degrees in art history from Harvard University and business administration from William & Mary. He is a 2008 graduate of the Getty Leadership Institute. Kitchin and his family live in the town of Wyoming, Ohio.