AAMC Foundation’s regional programming series, In-Conversation, looks at important issues facing our museum and art organization community through a curatorial lens. By bringing this series forward, and opening the program to all, the Foundation continues to advance advocacy and inclusion within the curatorial profession. In hosting these programs in central regional areas, we are opening a dialogue within these communities and making connections across institutions.
In-Conversation is heading to New Haven where leading voices from Connecticut’s cultural community will discuss what role art organizations currently have and should seek to have within society.
The discussion will include promoting and interpreting collections and exhibitions in accessible ways, preserving works and honoring histories, providing meaningful educational opportunities, and connecting with the public. It will also explore new models of engagement, including hosting a wide array of community programs as opposed to only presenting our own orchestrated offerings, working to become a vibrant, cultural gathering place, and serving as a facilitator of dialogue around socio-political issues.
Our evening event will be held on Tuesday, November 13, 6:30 – 8:30 PM at the Yale Center for British Art.
This is a free, ticketed event open to all but pre-registration is required. Space is limited so do not delay!