Faces Behind the Screen: Hannah Goodwin


Part One

Hannah Goodwin is the Manager of Accessibility at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, responsible for ensuring accessibility across all areas of the museum.

Hannah is an artist and was the artist in residence in a community in Kentucky for some time. There she taught art and helped to establish arts programs for the children in these communities.

Hannah’s background in art naturally drew her to a career at an art museum, but her belief that art is meant to be for everyone really drove her toward a career in art accessibility.

Learn more about Hannah Goodwin and the accessible programs she directs at the MFA Boston in the latest Faces Behind the Screen videos series.

Faces Behind the Screen would like to thank Hannah Goodwin for participating in our storytelling project. If you’re interested in sharing your story with us, fill out our nomination form.

Pictures of four people who were interviewed for the Faces Behind the Screen project

Faces Behind the Screen is a storytelling project focusing on members of the Deaf and hard of hearing community.

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