Hannah Novillo Erickson is a curator and organizer, working to provide platforms for communities to share their stories and heal. With over 10 years of experience in arts administration and community engagement, Hannah knows just how important artists are to the fabric of our communities. At CLUES, Hannah leads the organization’s arts and cultural programming in order to build community, reclaim our narratives as Latinx people, and empower for social change. This work includes partnering with artists and curators to create exhibitions in the CLUES Latinx Art Gallery, developing opportunities for artists to hone and/or expand their expertise, and creating community workshops.
Prior to her time at CLUES, Hannah served as Associate Curator of 3D Objects at the Minnesota Historical Society. In this role she collaborated with BIPOC entrepreneurs, community members, and artists to document and preserve the State’s history for current and future generations. Outside of CLUES, Hannah is the Board Vice President of Dark Muse Performing Arts, an emerging arts organization centered on amplifying BIPOC stories and storytellers. She has a MA in Curatorial Practice from California College of the Arts and a BA in Anthropology and a Minor in Sociology from the University of Minnesota.