The Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts has announced that its director of 23 years is retiring. Mark Johnson was appointed in 1994 and is the museum’s longest-serving director in its history. In that time, the museum has received some 3 million visitors, collected 17-hundred pieces of art and undergone three major renovations or expansions. Another project to add a sculpture garden is currently in progress. Johnson will be awarded the honorary title of Director Emeritus by the museum’s board. His last day is August 15. Dr. Ed Bridges, the former director of the Alabama Department of Archives and History has been named the interim director.
Montgomery Museum Director is Retiring
By Marcus Hyles • Jul 27, 2017