LouAnne Greenwald was appointed Director of the Hilliard Art Museum in July 2014. Over the course of her tenure, she has expanded the museum’s
hours, increased staff and established free Wednesday night programs featuring the research and talents of UL faculty from across campus. Ms. Greenwald
envisions the museum as a bridge between the University and the community, connecting the culture of our region to a broader national and international
discourse, and promoting lifelong learning through the arts.
Prior to her position as director, she worked as a consultant in Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles raising funds for educational institutions. Her museum
experience includes roles as a curator and educator for the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, MOCA Los Angeles, and the MAK Center for
Art and Architecture, L.A. She serves on the Advisory Board for the LSU Museum of Art, Baton Rouge and is the Louisiana representative for the Association
of Academic Museums and Galleries.
Ms. Greenwald received her MFA from University of Southern California, Los Angeles, and received her CFRE certification in 2013.