The Smithsonian’s Latino Studies Curatorial Initiative is a new, paradigm-shifting effort to ensure first voice Latino representation in research, exhibits, and collecting. Since 2010, the Smithsonian has hired 10 curators across its museums with expertise in Latino history, art, and culture. Join curators and archivists from the Smithsonian Archives of American Art, the National Museum of American History, and the National Portrait Gallery as they share their approaches, objectives, and reflections in working to incorporate and highlight Latino stories in their respective museums.Career Management track generously supported by Johns Hopkins University MA in Museum Studies

Eduardo Díaz, Josh Franco, Margaret Salazar-Porzio, Taina Caragol,