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Client/Consultant Conversations

Live Webinar for Mentors

Thursday, February 15, 2018 at 2 - 3 pm ET


 


Description

As curators, our responsibilities range far beyond our training and expertise, leading us to work with all players in the art field: conservators, registrars, education and or departments, fabricators of all sorts, customs agents, editors, photographers, graphic and exhibition designers, architects and the list goes on, and on. As most museums do not have such an array of professionals on staff, curators will turn to consultants/freelancers regularly in the course of doing their work. And many curators are working independently, largely after years spent working within museums. This webinar is being developed to address, from both sides, the issues that result in productive relationships and successful results when colleagues from within museums work with those outside the museum staff and structure.



Meet the Speakers
(listed alphabetically) 

 

Lucy Flint, Independent Photographer & Editor, Panelist

Lucy Flint is an independent editor of contemporary art museum catalogues. Formerly a photography curator at the Davis Museum, Wellesley College, she returned a decade later to co-edit A Generous Medium: Photography at Wellesley 1972–12 (2012). As a consultant, she oversaw preparation of the Walker Art Center’s permanent collection catalogue (1991). Before then, she was a curatorial coordinator at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. She began her professional life as a gallery assistant at Marian Goodman Gallery and editorial assistant to Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen. When asked, she has served as a panelist, juror, and visiting critic.

 

Judy Fox, Independent Curator, CuratorSquared, Moderator

Judy Fox works with co-curator Ginger Duggan, under the moniker c2 (curatorsquared), established in 2008, to develop exhibitions of cross-media contemporary art and design that explore current issues in culture. With an undergraduate degree from Bryn Mawr College and graduate degree from the University of Minnesota, Judy trained at Walker Art Center. She was assistant director and curator at the Davis Museum and Cultural Center, Wellesley College; Museum of Art, RISD; Institute of Contemporary Art Boston and has been Visiting Curator at Harvard Art Museums and Krannert Art Museum-University of Illinois. Duggan and Fox have organized exhibitions for Boston Society of Architects; Design Museum Holon- Israel; Krannert Art Museum-University of Illinois; Tufts University Art Gallery, Medford MA; Ulrich Art Museum-Wichita State University KS; Zilkha Gallery, Wesleyan University, Middletown CT, Pratt Manhattan, NY and Orlando Museum of Art

 

Laura Constance McDonald, Art Collection Registrar, Tufts University, Panelist

Laura McDonald is the Art Collection Registrar at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts and she oversees the registration, management, installation and logistics for a collection spread across three campuses and sited in over 50 buildings.

Before arriving at Tufts 10 years ago, Laura was the Collections Manager at the Lyman Allyn Art Museum in New London, CT and served as the Curatorial Assistant at the Danforth Museum of Art prior to that. Originally hired at Tufts on a part-time basis, Laura also worked as an Independent Consulting Registrar for five years and had the opportunity to work on touring exhibits organized by The Boston Public Library, the David Winton Bell Gallery at Brown University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.  






AAMC's Webinar Program


AAMC Foundation offers webinars on essential skills, timely issues, and latest discoveries that define the profession of Art Curator and enhance understanding and development in the field, through online webinars. All of AAMC’s programming and overall efforts shall strive to be representative of diversity across fields of expertise, types of institutional mission, regional positions, and self-identifications (by nation, gender, creed, race) of participants. The more diverse our voices, the more dynamic our offerings.

Live Mentorship Program webinars are open to only the mentees or mentors within the Program. For more information on the AAMC Mentorship Program, please click here. You may also visit our resource page to see an archive of past webinars and other information.


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