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Above photo: At the AAM conference in Seattle, Program director Cynthia Robinson and Sara Zela (M.A. Museum Education G'12), Education and Communications Manager at the Museum of Art, UNH, congratulate Purvi Patwari, Director of Human Resources at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, upon her completion of the Museum Education MA program in May 2014.
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Cynthia Robinson has received the 2017 John Cotton Dana Award for Leadership, presented by the Education Committee of the American Alliance of Museums. The award recognizes individuals outside the field of museum education who exhibit outstanding leadership and promote the educational responsibility and capacity of museums. Award judges noted Cynthia's commitment to helping museum educators write and publish in the peer-reviewed Journal of Museum Education, and to inspiring students to be activists who open museums to all audiences. One judge said that, "She has been a strong advocate for the educational responsibility and capacity of museums." Cynthia will receive the award at the AAM conference in May, and will participate in a panel discussion about leadership. The John Cotton Dana Award is conferred on an occasional basis, and was last awarded in 2015.
George Schwartz, instructor of The Meaning of Things: Interpreting Material Culture, is giving a members talk at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum on Saturday October 15. More >
Ken Turino, co-instructor of the Exhibition
Planning and Revitalizing Historic House Museums courses, is
chairing a session at the American Association for State and
Annual Meeting in Detroit on Friday September 16th entitled:
AAM's Direct Care White Paper: What it Means to Your Museum. The
recent AAM Direct Care White Paper addresses the history and
conundrums of "direct care" as a use of proceeds from
deaccessioning. This session will provide a summary of the
paper, cover the ethical concepts behind "direct care" and
offers guiding questions and models to help define parameters of
direct care. If you can't make it to Detroit, Ken is repeating
the session at the
NEMA Conference this November.
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