Our docent team of volunteer educators is made up of dedicated learners who come to us from a variety of backgrounds. They enthusiastically engage with the public and share their knowledge and interest in art and history with visitors of all ages. As they explore the Farnsworth collection and highlight our mission of celebrating Maine’s role in American art, they create an inviting and interactive environment where deeper appreciation and understanding can occur.
Camy Vitullo’s connection to Maine goes back to childhood when she would visit Mt. Desert Island every summer. Camy has a Master’s degree in Independent School Administration from Columbia. She was Director of the Lower School at the National Cathedral School for Girls, in Washington, DC, and at The Spence School, in New York City. Her keen interest in history led her to study in Greece for over a year and a number of additional summers. She has been a docent educator with the Farnsworth for seventeen years. A favorite memory from her experiences at the Farnsworth involves stimulating discussions and learning about art with engaged fellow docents, staff, and visitors. She particularly loves her involvement at the Farnsworth Homestead and learning about the history of the family and home. When she’s not at the Farnsworth, you might find Camy engaged in a game of Mah-Jongg with a close circle of friends.« Previous Post | Artist Trivia: Emil HolzhauerMeet the Team: Docent Judith Bing | Next Post »