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Hudson Valley Access and Identity Workshop

  • November 13, 2019
  • 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Dia:Beacon, 3 Beekman St. Beacon, NY 12508

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Access and Identity Workshop

Dia:Beacon


Wednesday, November 13, 2019

9:30 AM - 4:30 PM


Registration: $35 MANY Members / $45 Non Members

Includes Lunch


9:30 AM

Welcome by Tom Shannon, Director of Facilities, Dia:Beacon

Vice-President, MANY Board


10 - 11:30 AM

Multi-Step Strategies for New Exhibit Funding, Design, Development and Production

Peter Hyde, Owner, Peter Hyde Design

Gary Urbanowicz, Executive Director, New York City Fire Museum

Thomas Sullivan, Fire Safety Officer, FDNY


How does an institution successfully fund, plan, design and produce a new exhibit when all the resources are not in place at the start? What if they do not have to be? The session will present strategies by the New York City Fire Museum for the “Fire Safety Learning Center”. 

11:30 AM - 12 PM 

MANY Update: Advocacy & Programs by Erika Sanger


12 - 1 PM

Lunch and Time to Visit the gallery


1 - 2:30 PM

The Present is Queer: Case Studies & Strategies for LGBTQIA+ Representation in Museums


John-Duane Kingsley, Consultant, Twisted Preservation

Zachary Bowman, Manager of Education and Visitor Experience, The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art

Danielle Bennett, Independent Museum Professional


Museum professionals identifying as members of the LGBTQIA+ community discuss successful models of LGBTQIA+ inclusion and representation within American museums. With examples ranging from contemporary art to heritage preservation, national best practices and personal experience will be leveraged for a conversational primer on engaging with the cultural legacy and demographic needs of the LGBTQIA+ community inside and outside the walls of your institution.


2:45 - 4:15 PM

Access to Art: Creatively Engaging Visitors with Disabilities at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery 

 

Karen Duval, Access & Community Coordinator, Albright Knox Art Gallery

 

How can museums create a more inclusive environment for all visitors and break down barriers to participation? From smaller adaptations like signage, to large scale building modifications, and customized programs. In this session, learn how the Albright-Knox Art Gallery uses modern and contemporary art as the impetus to creatively engage visitors with disabilities in Access AK programs.

Schedule subject to change.

All workshop attendees are invited to MANY's Hudson Valley Regional Meet-Up following at 4:30.



The Museum Association of New York strengthens the capacity of New York State’s cultural community by supporting professional standards and organizational development. We provide advocacy, training, and networking opportunities so that museums and museum professionals may better serve their missions and communities.

Museum Association of New York is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization. 

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