Author: Ranald Woodaman

Ranald Woodaman

Ranald Woodaman is the Exhibitions and Public Programs Director at the Smithsonian Latino Center. He has a strong interest in constructions of ancestral heritage and history in Latino communities. He started at the Smithsonian in 2004 as a fellow in the Latino Museum Studies Program and a curatorial assistant for the exhibition “¡Azúcar! The Life and Music of Celia Cruz.”

The Smithsonian Latino Center’s first gallery, the Molina Family Latino Gallery, will open at the National Museum of American History in 2021
Pandereta (Plena Drum), Puerto Rico, 20th Century 
Division of Home and Community Life, National Museum of American History, Kenneth E. Behring Center, Gift of Teodoro Vidal
Unidentified Native child near Baracoa, Cuba, 1919. Detail of photo by Mark Raymond Harrington. NMAI N04470