The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, has announced the appointment of Susan Sellers as its head of design. The museum’s design department includes specialists in installation, graphics, and lighting design who are responsible for the signage, printed materials, and exhibition set ups at the Met’s Fifth Avenue location and its Cloisters outpost in northern Manhattan. Sellers is the founding partner and current creative director of 2x4, a global design consulting firm, as well as the senior critic of graphic design at Yale School of Art. She holds a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and an MA in American Studies from Yale University. Sellers joins the museum on June 24.