Harry’s new title is Tour Guide and Creative Events Associate. In this role he will primarily be responsible for our custom corporate tours, as well as creatively customizing special events.
“Hiring educators is great. Hiring talented, inspired educators who our customers love is a dream. Harry has been a major asset to the growth of our business. Our visitors love him, and his ability to create custom events and special projects is something we are all excited about. I’m looking forward to seeing all the cool projects and new things with Harry and the team.”
-Nick Gray, Founder and CEO of Museum Hack
Harry Einhorn creates experiences that allow people to appreciate art in a new way. By using challenges, storytelling, movement, photo, and a bit of competitiveness, he makes the museum a place to learn while having a great time.
After a client looking for a customized event sets a date with us, Harry is usually the customer’s first point of contact to find out about what their needs are and how we can accommodate special requests. He has been working for the past few months on inventing a whole slew of new games, as well is working on standardizing some of our tried and true the games our team building tours.
“It is so fantastic. I feel so fortunate to be working with such a great group of people. And I am so excited to see where all of this goes! I love Museum Hack because we have so much freedom and ability to take risks and transform the way people feel about museums and art.”
Harry graduated with an Theatre Degree from Northwestern University in 2008. He also studied Tibetan religious studies in India, he is our resident mystic. He has written and produced several multidisciplinary performances New York City. Harry has been working as an educator at the Rubin for the past 6 years.
Here are three fun facts about Harry:
- He is a published composer.
- His childhood was spent in Halifax, Canada.
- He is not athletic but has the able to jump really high. Like, really high.
Want to find out more about our staff? Watch more of our interviews with our Museum Hack team here.