The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) is delighted to announce the appointment of three professionals to its team: Yves Théoret, as Deputy Director, Natalia Bojovic, as Head of Exhibitions Production and Carolina Calle Sandoval, as Head of Exhibition Administration.
Yves Théoret, Deputy Director
In joining the Museum as Deputy Director, Yves Théoret brings a long and vast experience from his work in Quebec and Canadian museums. In 2015-2016, he was Head of Curatorial Affairs at the MMFA before he joined the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, where, until most recently, he was Deputy Director. Over the course of his career, he has also worked at the National Gallery of Canada, in Ottawa, the Museum of Contemporary Art, in Toronto, and the Canadian Centre for Architecture, in Montreal. Théoret has a Master’s in Museology from the Université de Montréal and a Master’s in Arts Administration from Columbia University, in New York. He has also pursued professional studies at Harvard Business School, the DeVos Institute of Arts Management in Washington, D.C., and the renowned Museum Leadership Institute of the J. Paul Getty Trust, in Los Angeles. His academic background, professional experience and personal qualities make him uniquely suitable for the new operational and strategic responsibilities he is to assume at the MMFA.
Natalia Bojovic, Head of Exhibitions Production
Holding a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in architecture, Natalia Bojovic has overseen numerous large-scale local and international projects in the last 15 years. Prior to joining the Museum, she was Project Management Director at Moment Factory and, before that, Project Manager, Design, at Scéno Plus. This multi-talented professional with a collaborative management focus and a deep passion for arts and culture will prove an undeniable asset to the successful realization of the MMFA’s many exhibitions.
Carolina Calle Sandoval, Head of Exhibition Administration
Carolina Calle Sandoval holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Cultural Management and Policies from the University of Barcelona, a Master’s in Publishing from Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona, and a Bachelor’s in Visual Arts in from Javeriana Pontifical University, in Bogotà. Previously, she has been a professor and coordinator in the Visual Arts Department at Javeriana University, and an Officer in the Arts division of Colombia’s Ministry of Culture. Since establishing herself in Quebec, she has demonstrated her exemplary skills in her roles as Director of Administration at the Montreal International Documentary Festival (RIDM) and as Assistant Head of Exhibition Administration, MMFA, beginning in 2019. This new appointment therefore constitutes a natural progression in the development and exercise of her management and cultural expertise in service of the Museum.