Museo Eduardo Carrillo was founded to extend the artist’s work and compassionate legacy into the world. Through exhibitions, web presence and publications viewers will become acquainted with the richness of the artist’s vision.

Meet the Team

Executive Director

Nicole Rudolph-Vallerga


Nicole Rudolph-Vallerga (she/her) was born and raised in California and cares deeply about the Chicanx/Latinx community. As a biracial Latina she witnessed firsthand the stark difference in how her mother’s side of the family was treated versus her father’s side and has dedicated her life to the advocation of the Chicanx/Latinx community. This is not only realized through her work as Director, but also as an artist and curator. Nicole’s works are often specifically focused on multiracial and multicultural identity as it appears within art and visual culture. In her recent presentation at the Art Institute of Chicago she discussed the ways that early racialized imagery of minority people continues to affect views and depictions of minorities today and the importance of artists who have been confronting these stereotyped images directly within their work.

Nicole graduated with highest honors from UCSC and holds a BA in Art (Practice) & History of Art and Visual Culture (HAVC) with a concentration in Curation and Cultural Heritage

Photo of Betsy Miller Andersen, an older white woman with long gray hair in a purple top and green scarf, long silver and red earrings,

Founder/First Director

Betsy Andersen


Alison Carrillo

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