Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin, Minister of Culture, announces the appointment of Rose-Marie Mousseaux as director of the Musée d'archéologie nationale et domaine national de Saint-Germain-en-Laye.

Rose-Marie Mousseaux is Chief Curator of Heritage, a specialist in classical archaeology. She was successively scientific manager of the prehistoric, protohistoric and ancient collections of the archaeological reserves of the City of Paris and the archaeological crypt of the Parvis Notre-Dame, then director of the Cognacq-Jay after having participated in the prefiguration of the public establishment Paris Museums. Since 2018, Rose-Marie Mousseaux has been a curator with the Louvre Abu Dhabi team.

His recognized scientific expertise, international experience and leadership skills will allow him to unite all the teams and partners of the institution around scientific projects, cultural and educational activities that will enhance the museum’s influence and its integration in its territory as well as at national and European level.

Rose-Marie Mousseaux will also have the mission to carry out the work in progress within the castle and on the domain and to extend the actions undertaken to bring the theme of archaeology to the general public but also to professionals and institutions of the ArchéoMuse network.

The Minister welcomes this appointment which will allow this national museum, at the heart of the development of Greater Paris, to pursue a dynamic cultural programming and scientific activity.

Rose-Marie Mousseaux will succeed as of 1er March 2021 to Hilaire Multon who was appointed DRAC Hauts-de-France at 1er Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin would like to salute the action at the head of the museum over the past 8 years.