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Webinar: A Possible New Future for Internships & Fellowships
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This webinar will rethink traditional models for internships and fellowships as speakers consider what long-distance, remote learning could look like in the future.

6/30/2020
When: Tuesday, June 30, 2020
1:00pm - 2:15pm ET
Where: Zoom Webinar
United States
Contact: Monica Valenzuela
646-405-8059


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A Possible New Future for Internships & Fellowships

Live Webinar

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

1:00 - 2:15 PM ET

Description

Internships and fellowships serve as pipelines to curatorial careers by offering direct experience and mentorship. With our changing world, and office space and interaction, the ability to bring interns on site is unlikely. Yet there are new opportunities in rethinking traditional models and the “in-building” experience. Join to share and learn about models for long-distance, remote learning.


Speakers

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Zoe Kahr, Deputy Director, Curatorial & Planning, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

Zoe Kahr oversees LACMA’s curatorial team and exhibition program.  Prior to her arrival at LACMA, she was Assistant Director of Exhibition Planning at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Dr. Kahr holds a B.A. in Art History and an M.B.A. from Yale University, and a PhD in Art History from University College London.

 
 

 

Dhyandra Lawson, Curatorial Assistant, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

Dhyandra Lawson began her tenure at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in 2008, joining its Wallis Annenberg Photography Department in 2012, where she is Curatorial Assistant. Recently, she co-curated Eleanor Antin: Time’s Arrow (2019) and Richard Prince: Untitled (cowboy) (2018). Lawson is an inaugural recipient of the LACMA-Arizona State University Master’s Fellowship in Art History (2021). She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Visual Art and Art History with honors from Occidental College (2008). Her research includes photographic and media-based practices, as well as contemporary African American and African Diasporic artistic production.

 

 

Crawford Alexander Mann III., Curator of Prints and Drawings, Smithsonian American Art Museum; Moderator

Alex Mann joined SAAM in 2017 and oversees 25,000 works on paper from all periods of American art. His past appointments include the Chrysler Museum (Norfolk, VA) and RISD Museum (Providence, RI), following graduate study at Yale. His traveling show “Sargent, Whistler, and Venetian Glass: American Artists and the Magic of Murano” opens in 2021.

 
 

 

Caryl McFarlane, The Alliance of HBCU Museums and Galleries

Dr. Caryl McFarlane is a Higher Education Diversity Consultant, strategic planner, and organization and program developer. She currently serves as the Executive Consultant for The Alliance of HBCU Museums and Galleries, helping to develop strategic partnerships and programs between PWIs and HBCUs.

 
 

 

Terence Washington, Program Director, NXTHVN

Terence Washington recently became program director for NXTHVN, a residency and gallery space in New Haven, CT, after three years working in education at the National Gallery of Art in Washington. He completed a master's degree in art history at Williams College in 2017.

 
   

 

The program is organized and presented by the Association of Art Museum Curators (AAMC) Foundation. The information presented here is subject to change without notice. The organizers assume no responsibility for any errors that may appear here, and in no event shall the organizers be liable for incidental or consequential damages arising from use of this document or other program-related material. This document and parts thereof must not be reproduced or copied without the organizers providing written permission, and contents thereof must not be imparted to a third party nor be used for any unauthorized purpose.

 


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