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Permanent Collection + Archives


Nicole Goldberg

Executive Director

Nicole Goldberg has been a non-profit professional for the visual arts for over twenty years, having served as Director of Development at Art Omi in Columbia County and Director of Development at The Drawing Center in SoHo. She also worked for several years as a grant writer at The Jewish Museum and The Museum of Modern Art in New York.  Nicole has taught the course Development for the Visual Arts at the NYU M.A.Visual Arts Administration program and holds a B.A. in the History of Art from the University of Pennsylvania and an M.A. in Modern Art and Critical Theory from Columbia University. She splits her time between her brownstone in Brooklyn and modern farmhouse in Saugerties with her husband, two children, and two dogs. She is a passionate vegan and avid knitter!




Bryana Devine

Associate Director

Bryana Devine is a visual artist and art historian with over ten years experience in arts administration, working with artists and arts patrons to support and foster the arts and bring communities together through creative practice. A Woodstock native, Bryana is grateful to return to the region after earning an MA in contemporary art history, theory and criticism from Purchase College. She joined the staff of the WAAM in 2015 after serving as the gallery manager for the James Cox Gallery at Woodstock for five years. Knitting together her experience managing art galleries, fine art auctions, non-profit organizations, museum curation, and graphic design in her role at WAAM Bryana believes that the arts are central to cultural enrichment, education, personal fulfillment and strengthening community. Past projects include pop art exhibition Visual Vibrations: Perceptual Art (Neuberger Museum, 2008) and a post-structural look at the iPod in iPod iCon: The Perceived Individuality of a Mass-Produced Commodity by Design. Her reviews and essays can be found in Design and Culture, Taylor & Francis Online.

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Beth Humphrey

Education Curator

Beth Humphrey was born and raised in New York City and studied printmaking at Minneapolis College of Art and Design and surface design at Oregon College of Art and Craft and has shown her work nationally. Beth has had residencies at the Ucross Foundation and at the Penland School and was a NYFA Mark Fellow in 2009. In 2005 Beth co-founded Art Lab, an arts-based non-profit that promotes free and low-cost arts programming for children based in the Hudson Valley of New York. She has served as the Education Curator for the Woodstock Artists Association & Museum since 2007. Beth lives with her husband—the poet Guy Reed, and two daughters in Saugerties NY.

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Emily Jones

Archivist | Collections Manager

Emily Jones is the WAAM Archivist, a position she has held since 2005. She received a Master of Science in Library and Information Science with a concentration in archives from Simmons College in Boston. She is a member of the Society of American Archivists and the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference. Prior to her tenure as an archivist, in addition to assorted administrative jobs she served two years as an AmeriCorps*VISTA for a non-profit AIDS service organization.

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