Lessons from the International Community: Museums in the House
  
Education and Interpretation
Wednesday, May 21  8:45-10 a.m.     Washington State Convention Center  620
  
“MUAC en tu Casa/ MUAC at home “ case study examines a program at the University Museum of Contemporary Art that engages local high school students and disadvantaged communities in Mexico City in museum learning and the exploration of cultural experiences by displaying art in student’s homes for a month. “Art in Home” case study explores an outreach program at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Bogotá that arranges visits between museum staff and families in the Minuto de Dios neighborhood to deepen understanding of their lives, neighborhood, cultural roots and personal connection to works of art, to inform museum research and community-based exhibitions that explore history, memories and family.
  

Global Perspectives


Muna Cann - Museo Univeritario Arte Contemporaneo


Gustavo Ortiz Serrano - Museum of Contemporary Art- Bogota


Greg Stevens - American Alliance of Museums

Greg has directed the AAM professional development program since 2007, including seminars and webinars, international programs, Professional Network programs, EMP initiatives, AAM Career Café and Museum Career Labs, reaching thousands of colleagues each year. He is co-editor (with Wendy Luke)of A Life in Museums: Managing Your Museum Career (2012, The AAM Press). He holds an MAT, Museum Education from The George Washington University and a BA in theatre from San Diego State University.