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Free Webinar: Team Building in Isolation: Everyone’s Engagement
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Team Building in Isolation: Everyone’s Engagement

Free and Live Webinar
Friday, April 3, 2020
1:00 - 2:00pm ET


Join AAMC for a live discussion on Team Building in Isolation. Our candid chat will not only connect us all but help us each be better team members.


Meet the Speakers
(listed alphabetically)


Allison Glenn, Associate Curator, Contemporary Art, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Allison M. Glenn is Associate Curator of Contemporary Art at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, where she shapes how outdoor sculpture activates and engages the museum’s 120-acre campus. She was a member of the curatorial team for State of the Art 2020, a quinquennial exhibition that opened simultaneously at the Momentary and Crystal Bridges. Prior to this, Glenn was Manager of Publications and Curatorial Associate for Prospect New Orleans’ international art triennial Prospect.4: The Lotus in Spite of the Swamp. Her writing has been featured in catalogs and arts publications produced by The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Studio Museum in Harlem, Hyperallergic, and ART21 Magazine, among others.


Felicity Hogan, Director of NYFA Learning, New York Foundation for the Arts

Born in the United Kingdom, Felicity Hogan was originally trained as an artist. Since residing in the United States she expanded her skills to arts administration and curating with over 20 years experience in commercial, alternative and non-profit spaces. Ms. Hogan is the Director of NYFA Learning at the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) where she oversees and provides professional development programs for artists and arts administrators in all disciplines. Since 2013, she has managed the Emerging Leaders program that has served over 125 arts administrators in the NYC area. She is also the Co-Editor of The Profitable Artist (Allworth Press 2018) now in its 2nd Edition. 

Ms. Hogan is committed to fostering community and supporting the arts through numerous activities at institutions in New York and nationwide, including her presence on advisory boards at EFA Project Space and Culture Push, in addition to regular participation in selection panels such as New York State Council on the Arts, presenting lectures and workshops, panels and visiting guest critic. Felicity participated in Coro NY's Immigrant Civic Leadership Program and previously participated in the NAMAC’s Leadership Institute for Visual Arts Organizations across the United States.

Marianne Lamonaca, Chief Curator and Associate Director of the Gallery, Bard Graduate Center; AAMC & AAMC Foundation Board President

Marianne Lamonaca is chief curator and associate gallery director at Bard Graduate Center, New York. She also served as associate director for curatorial affairs and education at The Wolfsonian-Florida International University, Miami Beach, and assistant curator of decorative arts at the Brooklyn Museum. She has published on twentieth-century decorative arts and design, with a focus on Italy, and has taught courses in decorative arts, design history, and curatorial practice. She is a graduate of Parsons The New School for Design/Cooper-Hewitt Museum's MA program in the history of decorative arts and of Sarah Lawrence College, and a fellow of the American Academy of Rome. 


Judith Pineiro, AAMC & AAMC Foundation, Executive Director, Moderator

Judith Pineiro, Executive Director of the Association of Art Museum Curators (AAMC) & AAMC Foundation, has been in the visual arts sector for narly 30 years.  A recognized strategic leader capable of delivering a vision, Pineiro has a proven track record of building and strengthening organizations propelling them forward.  Dedicated to ensuring an inclusive and valued arts community, she believes our art organizations should reflect and respect the communities they serve.  Directly prior, she was an External Affairs consultant for cultural sector clients.  Additional senior level roles include Director, Affordable Art Fair U.S.; Associate Development Director, Institutional Advancement, Museum of Arts and Design; and Account Manager, Museum Services, Christie’s. Pineiro also volunteers serving as VP, Communication on the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees at ArtTable, and Board Finance Committee member.  Judith received an MA in art history, BA in art history and BA in journalism/mass media all from Rutgers University.   


Grace Stewart, Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Inclusion Project Manager, American Alliance of Museum

Grace Stewart is currently a Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Inclusion Project Manager at the American Alliance of Museums. She has previously held positions as the Director of Collections & Exhibitions at the Metal Museum, Strategic Development Director for The CLTV, Registrar for the National Civil Rights Museum, and Exhibitions & Programming Associate at the August Wilson Center. She has served in leadership roles on numerous professional committees including as Co-Chair of the Professional Development Committee for the Association of Art Museum Curators, Chair of the Community Supported Art Committee for the Artist Advisory Council at ArtsMemphis, and Cofounder of Memphis’ Emerging Museum Professionals. She holds an MA in Arts Management from Heinz College | Carnegie Mellon University and a BFA in Ceramics from NYSCC | Alfred University.



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