Robin Tagliaferri is a visual artist, museum educator and non-profit arts administrator, who has 25 years of experience working in museums, arts organizations and educational institutions.
A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, Robin earned a Bachelor of Fine Art and a Master of Arts in Museum Studies and Art Education.
Proficient in drawing, painting and art history, Robin has created and implemented arts education curriculum for K-12 students and adults.
Current projects include research in South Providence history, U.S. immigration history, Italian language, culture and history and the lives of Catholic saints.
Robin was the and the Interim Coordinator of Gallery Night Providence for the 2017 and 2018 seasons and was the Executive Director of the Forbes House Museum in Milton, MA, a China trade museum. Robin worked in the education and development departments of Worcester Art Museum, DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, AS220 (Center for the Arts) and the Mount Washington Observatory.
Before working at Forbes House Museum, Robin was the Development Officer at the Remick Museum and Farm in Tamworth, NH, a 400-acre working farm with two historic houses.
Robin serves on the Board of Directors of the Italian American Historical Society of Rhode Island and is a member of the Order of Franciscans Secular, an international network of lay women and men who follow the philosophy of St. Francis of Assisi.