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Management: Environment

Live Webinar: Part 2 of 3
Tuesday, June 18, 2019
12 - 1:15pm ET


Please note: the recording of this webinar is available for viewing. If you registered for the webinar in advance of the live stream, you may email aamc@artcurators.org in order to receive a password to access the recording.

This webinar was presented as part of a series. If you did not register in advance, you are welcome to purchase this recording:

Interested in viewing the whole series? Click here to purchase all three recordings.

 

 

Description


Organized and hosted by the AAMC Foundation this live three-part series will take a refreshed look at the subject of management. By focusing on Navigation, Environment and Advancement, the webinars will break with the traditional hierarchical and vertical manner in which conversations around management are typically approached. Each program will present dialogues relevant to all career stages, and will consider ways in which the topic can impact sense of self, well-being, and personal success.

This session investigates internal cultures, and the ways in which they are impacted through how we manage and are managed.  It presents methods on fostering empathy amongst teams, considering self-care and establishing boundaries, which can lead to more positive and successful workplaces.

 

Meet the Speakers
(listed alphabetically)

Joy Bailey-Bryant, Vice President and Managing Director of U.S. Operations, Lord Cultural Resources

A specialist in municipal engagement around culture and certified interpretive planner, Joy works with city officials, institutional leaders, and developers, in global municipalities like Chicago; New York; Dhaka, Bangladesh; and Dharan, Saudi Arabia to creatively plan cities and bring people to public institutions. Over her career, Joy has been an integral part of the development of identity museums where people of color are engaged in telling and interpreting their own story. Joy led the teams for planning on remarkable projects at the National Museum of African American History and Culture; the National September 11 Memorial and Museum; National Education Center, Library of Congress; and The New York Public Library, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. Joy completed her M.A. in Arts Management from American University in Washington, D.C. and her B.Sc. in Public Relations from Florida A&M University in Tallahassee, Florida.


Susan (Suzy) Delvalle,President and Executive Director, Creative Capital

Susan (Suzy) Delvalle is the President and Executive Director of Creative Capital, an innovative arts nonprofit that adapts venture philanthropy concepts to support individual artists. Suzy is the former Executive Director of the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art and Storytelling, and held external affairs positions at El Museo del Barrio and American Composers Orchestra, following a career in consumer banking and advertising. She has served as adjunct faculty at NYU’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies and guest lecturer in Arts Management at several universities. Suzy was born and raised in Curaçao and speaks Spanish, Dutch and Papiamento.


Zena Howard,FAIA, LEED AP,Managing Director, Perkins+Will

Zena Howard is a Principal and Managing Director of the North Carolina practice of global architecture and design firm Perkins+Will. Zena is known for her success leading visionary, complex, and culturally-significant projects including the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC and the Motown Museum Expansion in Detroit, MI. Her current projects include LA’s Destination Crenshaw, the City of Vancouver Hogan’s Alley initiative, and the City of Greenville Town Common Sycamore Hill Gateway project. Zena is helping these and other clients envision and create cultural destinations that will celebrate the history and context of displaced, forgotten communities.


Sasha Suda, Director and CEO, National Gallery of Canada;Moderator

A graduate of the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, Dr. Suda began her career at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Most recently, she has served as the Curator of European Art and the R. Fraser Elliott Chair of Prints and Drawings at the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), where she has made transformational acquisitions including in contemporary art.Recent projects include a collaboration on Ethiopian Art with the University of Toronto andEarly Rubens, a major international exhibition co-curated in partnership with the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. Her exhibition of Gothic Boxwood Miniatures, a historic partnership between the AGO, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Rijksmuseum, hosted a record number of visitors.

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