Kledia Spiro is a marketing, web and design professional. She is a visionary and strategic thinker eager to implement and execute innovative projects across multiple platforms to ensure outstanding and successful outcomes. She designs and implements comprehensive and strategic marketing plans for startups and organizations. Most recently, she designed and developed the first interactive and responsive website for the Fitchburg Art Museum since 1999, fitchburgartmuseum.org. She also designed and developed a Spanish Translation Mobile App for the museum in collaboration with Fitchburg State University.
Spiro plays an active outreach role in the local cultural and educational community to imagine, create, implement, and sustain collaborative public art, education, and creative economy initiatives. She started the very first Uruguayan Film Festival with the United Neighbors of Fitchburg and the Consulate General of Uruguay in New York in the summer of 2016. Spiro also rebranded Fitchburg's historic Blacksmith Festival to the ArtSmith Festival with the North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce. The ArtSmith Festival now combines Fitchburg’s traditional Blacksmith Festival with an expanded and improved roster of visual artists, musicians, food vendors, and family fun. In the Summer of 2016, Spiro developed the curriculum for the advanced Public Relations seminar at Fitchburg State University (FSU). Spiro co-taught the Marketing and Cinematics teams for the Document Design seminar at FSU in the Fall and Spring Semesters, 2016 - 2018. She recently directed a video for the City of Fitchburg that won the Massachusetts Cultural Council Award for the Mayor's Art Challenge. Prior to joining FAM, Spiro was the Exhibitions and Public Programs Ambassador at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. She was also the Graduate Internship Coordinator for the Office of Career Services at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Spiro received her MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts and Tufts University. She also received the Museum Studies Certificate from Tufts University in 2015. She has a BA from The College of the Holy Cross in Studio Art and Psychology with an Asian Studies Concentration. In 2015, Spiro was awarded the Graduate Student Travel Grant by Tufts University, and was also selected as one of five artists for the New England Media Symposium on the panel "Gender, Technology and Media: Hypothetical Schematics” at Emerson College. In 2014, Spiro was appointed as the MFA Graduate representative for Exhibitions at the SMFA.