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Introducing New Museum Leader, Christopher R. Taylor!

Chris Taylor

The Museum of Boulder is delighted to announce that Christopher R. Taylor will succeed Interim Director Bob Yates as the institution’s new Executive Director, effective early June 2024. Taylor’s appointment comes at a pivotal moment in the Museum’s history as it celebrates its 80th anniversary this fall. Most recently the Executive Director of Pilchuck Glass School, the famed international center founded by Dale Chihuly, Taylor has a strong reputation as a passionate nonprofit leader who enhances the value of any institution he serves. 

Susan Glow, Chair of the Museum of Boulder’s Board of Directors, expressed her enthusiasm about Taylor’s appointment, stating, “Following an exhaustive, nationwide search, we are delighted to welcome Christopher to Boulder as the next leader of our Museum.  His experience, knowledge and passion for museums will undoubtedly help shine a new light on our institution, while guiding our staff, our members and the Museum community at large through the next phase of growth and sustainability.” 

Taylor was attracted to the Museum’s role as a dynamic reflection of our community, where history serves as a vital resource for understanding our own lives and times. In accepting the job, he stated, “Boulder is my kind of town — from the rich history and natural wonder to the vibrant cultural life and the friendly people.  I’m honored to have been selected to lead the Museum of Boulder and look forward to serving the Greater Boulder community and beyond.”

The Museum’s Board of Directors invites museum members and the broad community to join in welcoming Chris to Boulder and looks forward to embarking on this exciting new chapter in the Museum’s history. 

Museums are places of inspiration, contemplation and community engagement.

They help us to value the places that we live, work and visit, and help us understand where we have come from. They inspire learning and creativity, for children and adults, and work actively to ensure that a broad and diverse audience can access these opportunities at any stage of life. The Museum of Boulder at Tebo Center embodies these values.