The Milwaukee Art Museum Teen Satellite Internship is a semester-long program that fosters both hard and soft skills in Milwaukee-area high school students through multi-disciplinary activities and projects.
Video of Representative John Lewis in conversation with artist Danny Lyon at Whitney Museum of American Art. John Lewis is the only the only “Big Six” leader of the Civil Rights Movement still alive today.
Artist Danny Lyon speaks with Representative John Lewis about his lifelong advocacy of civil liberties and his current leadership on issues including gun control and voting rights. Lewis and Lyon first met in the 1960s, when Lewis was serving as chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Commit...
Another day, another new museum leader! Hudson River Museum has announced that their new director will be Masha Turchinsky, who is currently on The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York's digital team, serving as Senior Manager and Senior Producer of Media Production and Online Features. She's taking over from Michael Botwinick, who has led HRM for 25 years. Congratulations!
The Hudson River Museum announced the appointment of Masha Turchinsky to the post of Director to succeed Michael Botwinick. Mr. Botwinick, the longest serving Director in the Museum’s history came to the Museum in 2001. He has announced his plans to retire at the end of this year. Turchinsky will jo...
Excellent profile of San Antonio Museum of Art director Katie Luber, whose prior experience included not only a decade as a curator at Philadelphia Museum of Art but also an MBA and a foray into the spice business (yes, you read that right!)
Katie Luber guides the San Antonio Museum of Art in the right direction The roof was damaged by hail and the Cowden Gallery Pop Art exhibit had to be closed earlier than planned, but on this sunny day in May when I arrive to interview director Katherine “Katie” Luber, there’s a new excitement at the
Over the past 20 years, the Palmer Museum of Art has added 4,000 objects to its collection, undergone a renovation that resulted in a new 3,100-square-foot gallery, and expanded its outreach programming to include music performances and poetry readings. Those are just a few of the accomplishments Ja...
Currier Museum of Art's new director is Alan Chong! Chong currently is director of the ACM (Asian Civilisations Museum) and Peranakan Museum Singapore in Singapore. Before that he was a curator at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Congratulations!
We are excited to announce that the Currier's Board of Trustees has unanimously approved Alan Chong as our new Director and CEO, starting September 8. Alan will be the ninth director in our 87-year history. A widely admired museum professional and respected scholar, you may know him already. From 1999 through 2010, Alan was the Lia and William Poorvu Curator of the Collection at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. For the past six years, he has worked in Singapore, leading the Asian Civilizations Museum and the Peranakan Museum. Learn more here: http://goo.gl/qbxMaa