Juliette Bianco is deputy director of the Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth. She served as the Hood’s primary representative for the museum’s recent $50 million renovation and expansion with Tod William Billie Tsien Architects. Juliette coordinated dozens of exhibitions at the Hood and presents at national and international conferences about college museums as centers of innovative teaching and places to explore diversity, creative partnerships, and the benefits of strategic planning. Recent publications include “Off the Shelf: A Conversation with MANUAL (Ed Hill/Suzanne Bloom),” Gulf Coast: A Journal of Literature and Fine Arts (2015) and “Go with the Flow: Fluxus at Play in a Teaching Museum,” in A Handbook for Academic Museums: Exhibitions and Education, Museums, Etc. (2011). She also contributed to a number of Hood catalogues, including Nature Transformed: Edward Burtynsky’s Vermont Quarry Photographs in Context (2012) and Wenda Gu at Dartmouth: The Art of Installation (2008). Juliette holds a bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth, a master’s degree in art history from the University of Chicago and is a graduate of the Getty Leadership Institute’s residence program for museum administrators. She completed the Doctor of Education degree at Northeastern University in 2020.