Malcolm Rogers is the Anne and Graham Gund Director at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Approaching his 20th year at the Museum in September, Malcolm is the longest serving director in MFA history. During his tenure, Malcolm has created a legacy of "opening doors' to the Boston community and global audiences.
He has transformed the MFA through expanding the Museum's encyclopedic collection with nearly 68,000 acquisitions, presenting over 375 innovative exhibitions, enhancing arts education programs, enlarging the MFA's campus and renovating and expanding the Museum's historic building. Malcolm is a Great Benefactor at the MFA, Boston, a Trustee of the Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD) and a member of the Board of Overseers of the Boston Lyric Opera.
Malcolm previously served as Deputy Director and Deputy Keeper at the National Portrait Gallery in London. He is an authority on 16th-, 17th-, and early 18th- century portraits and has written extensively on Van Dyck's English period, on photography and on London and its museums. Malcolm was educated at Oxford University where he received both Bachelor of Arts (1st class honors) in English Language and Literature and a D. Phil.
In May 2014, Malcolm was awarded an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from the BAC.