Panel Discussion and Reception
An Emerging Force in Cultural Philanthropy
Tuesday, November 8, 2011, 4–6:30pm
Arthur M. Sackler Museum, 485 Broadway, Cambridge
Please join us for a groundbreaking panel discussion on the emerging role of artist-endowed foundations as a force in cultural philanthropy and in stewarding America’s postwar and contemporary art patrimony. The discussion will be followed by a reception. More information on the Harvard Art Museums website.
Charles C. Bergman, The Pollock-Krasner Foundation
Jack Coward, Roy Lichtenstein Foundation
Jack Flam, Dedalus Foundation (Robert Motherwell)
Carolyn Somers, Joan Mitchell Foundation
Christine J. Vincent, The Aspen Institute’s National Study of Artist-Endowed Foundations
Moderated by Marion R. Fremont-Smith, the Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations at Harvard University.
Presented by the Harvard Art Museums, the Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations at Harvard University, and the Department of History of Art & Architecture.
Are you going to NEMA? Do you need a hotel room?
The conference hotel, the Hilton Hartford, has sold out, but a number of Tufts Museum Studies students are working on room-sharing agreements at a nearby hotel. If you are planning on going to NEMA but hesitant about hotel fees, let us know.
Email amanda.gustin[at]gmail[dot]com for more details.
The Connecticut Museum Educators Roundtable is hosting an evening cocktail hour on Wednesday, November 16, during the NEMA Fall Conference. See the Save the Date below for details.
On Wednesday October 19, EMPs across the country will gather for a national workshop to build essential resume-writing skills. This is a terrific chance to learn practical tips on communicating your professional strengths, refining your cover letter, and standing out as you start your career.
Our event will be hosted by Historic New England at the Otis House, from 6 to 8 p.m.
141 Cambridge St
Boston, MA 02114
There is limited on street parking near the Otis House. Nearby parking lots include Charles River Plaza, Boston Common Garage, and Government Center Garage. The Otis House is also a short walk from MBTA stations: Charles Street/MGH, Bowdoin Square, Government Center, and North Station.
We’re also excited to welcome a guest speaker, Margo Smith, the in-house recruiter at the Museum of Science Boston. Make sure to bring extra copies of your resume and cover letter!
Registration for this event is free for AAM members, and new members can sign up here:
If you’re not on the Boston EMPs mailing list, email bostonemps[at]gmail[dot]com to be added.