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Cynthia Cutting, Director

Cynthia is a teaching eco artist, who has worked to balance her studio practice with a passion for arts education, arts programming, and collaborations that create communities through the arts. With a background in combining work as a classroom art teacher, arts presenter, arts/education consultant, and traveling artist in residence, Cynthia enjoys the opportunity to work with a wide range of communities and audiences using different creative approaches to promote the overarching concept that the arts are essential to education and to the quality of life here in New Hampshire.

Cynthia is a NH State Council on the Arts- Arts in Education Roster Artist, a member of the Arts Alliance of Northern NH, New England Consortium of Artist Professionals, New Hampshire Children in Nature Coalition, and the Women’s Caucus for Art NH. She has a BS in Studio Art from Skidmore College, and an MFA in Visual Art from Vermont College.


Rebecca Enman, Archivist and Registrar

Rebecca Enman joined the Museum of the White Mountains in September of 2014. A New Hampshire native, Rebecca holds an M.S. in Library and Information Science with a concentration in Archives Management from Simmons University. She has experience working with museum archives, special collections, and cultural heritage organizations, and has completed archival internships at the Concord Free Public Library in Concord, MA and the New Hampshire Historical Society. Following graduation, Rebecca gained museum cataloging and collections care experience as the Collections Assistant at the Monadnock Center for History and Culture in Peterborough NH.

As the Archivist/ Registrar, Rebecca is responsible for the day-to-day management and long-term development of the Museum’s archives program. She also serves a major role in the research, planning, implementation, and installation of the Museum’s 6 exhibitions per year. Her special interests include improving access to collections through enhanced archival description and digitization projects.


Michael Heitz, Administrative Assistant

Mike helps come up with new ideas for use in exhibitions as well as the construction, installation, and maintenance. He manages daily operations including hiring student staff, supervision, financial tracking, and MWM technology management. He is a BFA graduate from Plymouth State University with a concentration in drawing. Mike has worked on campus since 2010 in various roles within the Office of Public Relations, the Art Department, and the Learning Commons. He was previously the Administrative Assistant for the Karl Drerup Art Gallery and started working as the Administrative Assistant for MWM in February 2016. He has 6 years of experience in exhibition design and building, 10 years of experience in website design and graphic design, and over 5 years of experience in photography and videography editing and production. Mike is a practicing artist and small business owner.