Sara Bodinson

Director of Interpretation, Research, and Digital Learning.

Sara Bodinson is Director, Interpretation, Research and Digital Learning at The Museum of Modern Art. She joined the Museum in 2000, coordinating internships for college and graduate students as well as well as programs and web initiatives for teens. In 2009, she was named Director, Interpretation and Research, overseeing the Museum’s interpretive planning process and the development of resources including labels, audio tours, apps, games, and participatory learning spaces as well as qualitative visitor research and evaluation. In 2015, her responsibilities expanded to oversee digital learning initiatives, including MoMA’s online courses.

Bodinson holds a BA in art history and film studies from Smith College and an MA in art history from Hunter College, where she wrote her thesis about the Arab Image Foundation. She is also a member of the executive committee of the Professional Organization of Women in the Arts (POWarts)


Memories of MoMA in Moscow

Over a dozen members of the C-MAP Central and Eastern European group traveled for research to Moscow in March 2017. As Roxana Marcoci, Senior Curator of Photography, notes, Russia spans eleven time zones and includes two-hundred nationalities. From this vast and deeply complex nation, the participants report on their impressions below. Reflection by Ksenia Nouril, C-MAP Central…