Danielle Carter is a strong believer that the museum is for everyone and she is particularly interested in photography history, modern and contemporary art, and the history and evolution of museums. She studied Art History, Studio Art and Museum Studies in her sunny home state of Florida. During her studies, she started working with kids in arts and museum education, leading to her interest in how children (especially in school groups) interact with museum objects and how they learn in the museum context. Following her graduation in 2013, she moved to the Netherlands to pursue a Master’s degree in Arts and Heritage: Policy, Management and Education, during which she researched how pre-school children learn from museum objects.
You can learn more about Danielle’s research, educational and practical experience here.