Untitled (Stella II), oil, oil pastels, acrylic, inkjet on archival paper, 31×41 ins, 2013-2023


University of Oxford – History of Art & Collecting, D.Phil (thesis), 2003-2011

University of Oxford – History of Art & Collecting, MSt, 2002

Courtauld Institute of Art – History of Art, MA, 2000-2001

Harvard University – Museology, Graduate CMS, 1999-2000

UMass Boston – Film & Art History, BA Honours, 1997-1999

Stella Adler Conservatory – Theatre & Performance, 1989-91

Homa wrote her unpublished doctoral dissertation on the comparative history of museums and emerging markets, c 1870′s-1940′s, at the University of Oxford, UK.

Over the past two plus decades, Homa has visited and studied numerous museums & art galleries in America, Europe & Asia.

Select list of Homa’s writings and interviews see here.


In 1999, Homa founded MUSEUMVIEWS Consultancy which has been been providing advisory services to public & private arts & cultural organizations in the United States, Europe and parts of the Middle East.

In 2003, MUSEUMVIEWS Consultancy with MUSEUMVIEWS Productions LLC were merged under the same umbrella.


In addition to working with private and corporate collectors, HOMA & her team of highly trained art historians, filmmakers, designers and arts professionals have  provided support to artists and private galleries, in the United States, Western Europe and parts of the Middle East.


MuseumViews’ philosophy of collecting has been based on many years of academic research and practical experiences of visiting, and working with, various visual and performing arts organizations.

With the belief that this in late modern era, art collecting is a form of patronage, Homa has continued to encourage collectors to become involved with arts and cultural institutions that closely reflect their aesthetic and social priorities, and sensibilities.


“The Riddle of the Barnes Foundation,” Nantucket Historical Association, September 2007

“The Great Blockbuster (1931) at the Royal Academy of Art,” State of the Art, collecting art and national formation c. 1800-2000 Conference, National Maritime Museum, London, UK, July 17-19, 2007

Organizer, & Co-convener with Dr. Marius Kwint, Comparative Museology Conference, “Museum formation in China, the Middle East, the Balkans and in Diaspora,” Department of History of Art, Oxford University, UK, June 8, 2007

Moderator, “The Foundational History of Museums in Developing Countries, ”Graduate Seminars , University of Oxford, UK

“National Museum of Afghanistan: An aesthetic history,” One Book One Island (Afghan Awareness Season), Nantucket Historical Association, Nantucket, USA, March 25, 2007

“Nationalist Cultural Policy and Museum Formation, a Comparative View,” History of Collecting Seminars, Department of Art History – University of Oxford, UK, February 14, 2007

“Musing the Nation: Creation of Museums in the Middle east (1878-1941),” Academic Seminars Series, St. Catherine’s College – University of Oxford, UK, January, 2007

“Nationalism and Formation of Museums,” Middle Eastern Studies Graduate Seminars – University of Oxford, UK, Spring 2006

Convener of Departmental Seminars, Department of History of Art, University of Oxford, UK, Trinity, 2003

Curator – Rolande Guillosou, Alliance Française – Boston, MA, 2001

*Created Limited-Edition Artist’s Book with Celebrated French Poet Robert Marteau & Documentary Filmmaker Maria Reggiani


Arts-on-the-Point Sculpture Park – a project of Professor Paul Hayes Tucker, University of Massachusetts Boston

Researcher – Grant Proposal Research, National Endowment for Humanities, 1999- 2000

Harvard University Fine Arts Library, Boston, MA

Academic Assistant – Visual Collections, Harvard University Fine Art Library 1997- 1999