Board & Staff - Hayley Blackstone

Hayley Blackstone


Hayley is a white, five foot six inch, cis woman in her early 30's with long brown hair, standing in the Queens Museum interpretation gallery. She is wearing a brown mock turtleneck, black cardigan, black skirt, and tortoise shell glasses.

Hayley Blackstone joined the Queens Museum as Registrar in 2023 where she coordinates logistics & oversees the development of the Museum’s temporary exhibitions, and manages, preserves, and cares for the Museum’s fine art collection. She brings experience in commercial galleries, museums, and library special collections including KARMA (New York), Corbett vs. Dempsey (Chicago), and the Joan Flasch Artists’ Book Collection & Archives. She holds an MA in Modern & Contemporary Art History, and an MA in Arts Administration from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago; her most recent research focus has been on histories of underknown alternative and artist-run spaces in the United States.