Vice President of Exhibitions and Engagement
Content expertise: experience design, design strategy, immersive spaces, content and media production
Anthony Vitagliano is the Vice President of Exhibitions and Engagement, and oversees the creation and design of exhibits, as well as the care of the Museum's collection of more than 35,000 artifacts. With an expertise in creative content and experience design, he builds on the institution’s highly interactive nature to incorporate new digital and analog platforms into permanent and temporary exhibits.
Within his first year, Vitagliano opened Wired to Wear™, the first exhibit of its kind to spotlight the future of wearable technology with more than 100 innovations from 15 countries. Curated to showcase the breadth of the wearable tech industry, Wired to Wear featured innovations from Google, Microsoft, Intel, NASA, Gravity Industries, Harvard University, Northwestern University, and from artists and designers including Anouk Wipprecht, Behnaz Farahi, Jordan Reeves, Victor Mateevitsi, Ph.D., and more.
Vitagliano has appeared on WTTW, Telemundo’s national show Un Nuevo Día, WGN, and has been interviewed by the Chicago Tribune among others.