Hilary is an experienced curator and collections manager who oversees the collections and exhibitions at a museum. With over two decades of experience working at the museum, she has curated various exhibitions on diverse topics such as Masonic decorative arts, colonial history, and contemporary photography.
Hilary has an impressive academic background, having graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, and the Winterthur Program in Early American Culture. She is also a prolific writer, contributing to the museum's blog and the publication “Curiosities of the Craft: Treasures for the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts Collection.”
As a dedicated professional, Hilary is always willing to answer any questions regarding the museum's exhibitions or collections. She is also actively involved in soliciting donations to the collection to ensure the preservation of the museum's artifacts for future generations. Hilary's expertise and passion for her work have made her an invaluable asset to the museum and the wider community of art and history enthusiasts.