The City of Morgantown is pleased to announce that Vincent Kitch has been hired as the new Director of Arts and Cultural Development.
Kitch was selected out of a pool of 112 candidates. With more than 20 years of experience in government based arts administration, Kitch has served as the Director of Cultural Services for the City of Fort Collins, Colorado, and as the Cultural Arts Manager for the City of Carlsbad, California. Kitch holds a Master of Music from Illinois State University and has certification from the Harvard University Senior Executives in State and Local Government Executive Education Program.
“I am excited to have Vincent join the city’s team and to become a leader within the community for arts and cultural affairs,” said Morgantown Assistant City Manager Emily Muzzarelli. “His experience in municipal arts administration and management will be a great addition to the area’s existing arts groups.”
Kitch currently resides in Fort Collins, Colorado, and will be relocating to Morgantown in the coming weeks. His expected start date is April 6.
“I’m excited to be moving to Morgantown,” said Kitch. “I look forward to working with the community in developing arts and cultural programs and services.”