Takin’ it to the Streets: Successful Models for Museum Outre

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Takin’ it to the Streets: Successful Models for Museum Outreach

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Takin' it to the Streets: Successful Models for Museum Outreach

In collaboration with the Education Committee (EdCom), a Professional Network of the American Alliance of Museums

In Trendswatch 2012, the Center for the Future of Museums identified “Takin’ It to the Streets” as one of six emerging trends of meaningful encounters taking place beyond the walls of museums. This webinar explores compelling examples of such programs and initiatives, including the Charm Bracelet Project and Buhl Community Park, Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh; Autry Classroom Curators, Autry National Center of the American West, Los Angeles; and Inside/Out, Detroit Institute of Arts.

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Elizabeth Merritt, founding director, Center for the Future of Museums, American Alliance of Museums; Kathryn Dimond, director, community relations, Detroit Institute of Arts; Erik Greenberg, director of education and visitor engagement, Autry National Center of the American West; Rebekah Harding, education manager, teachers and training, Autry National Center of the American West; Jocelyn Horner, doctoral student, City Culture & Community - Social Work, Tulane University (formerly community programs manager, Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh); Jillian Reese, community relations specialist, Detroit Institute of Arts; Chris Siefert, deputy director, Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh; Tony Pennay, director, Annenberg Presidential Learning Center, Ronald Reagan Presidential Library; and chair, EdCom Professional Development Committee

 

 

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