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Advocacy Task Force

About the Advocacy Task Force

The Advocacy Task force works to ensure that the AAMC & AAMC Foundation acts and is perceived as the definitive voice of the curatorial profession. The Task Force will work to advocate for the curatorial profession, and to elevate the voice of the curator both within the art world and beyond it.
Responsibilities include:

  • Heighten the profile of the AAMC & AAMC Foundation as the definitive voice of the profession.
  • Create policies and standard responses for press inquiries for general subjects and
    advocacy-related subjects.

Create streamlined process for responding to press inquiries.


Task Force Members

KENNETH BRUMMEL, Assistant Curator, Modern Art, Art Gallery of Ontario
LAUREN SCHELL DICKENS,
Curator, San José Museum of Art
CATHERINE L. FUTTER,
Director Of Curatorial Affairs, The Nelson-Atkins Museum Of Art; Vice President, Communications, Board of Trustees, AAMC & AAMC Foundation, Executive Committee Representative 
UGOCHUKWU-SMOOTH NZEWI,
Curator of African Art, The Cleveland Museum of Art
E. CARMEN RAMOS,
Deputy Chief Curator and Curator of Latino Art, Smithsonian American Art Museum; Board of Trustees, AAMC & AAMC Foundation
PETER SCHERTZ,
Jack & Mary Ann Frable Curator Of Ancient Art, Virginia Museum Of Fine Arts; Board of Trustees, AAMC & AAMC Foundation, Advocacy Task Force Co-Leader
ALEXANDRA SCHWARTZ,
Independent Curator
STACI STEINBERGER,
Assistant Curator, Decorative Arts And Design, Los Angeles County Museum Of Art; Advocacy Task Force Co-Leader

 

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