What Are Museums For? Curating a Life in Art: How Careers in Museums Happen
- September 30, 2010 6:30 pm
- September 30, 2010 7:30 pm
- CMA Theater
- United States
This ongoing series of Thursday-night events looks deeply at what makes museums tick and what they offer the culture at large.
In the first event of the series, Lynn Zelevansky, The Henry J. Heinz II Director of Carnegie Museum of Art, talks frankly and personally about her own experiences as curator, museum visitor, parent, friend of artists, and now museum director. Hear about her ambition for the museum and her predictions for the future of art and artists.
- What Are Museums For? Curating a Life in Art: How Careers in Museums Happen
- What Are Museums For? Duane Michals: One Artist’s Journey, Told in the First Person
- What Are Museums For? Exhibitionists Unite: How Art Exhibitions Are Born
- What Are Museums For? The Art World and AIDS: From 1980s Devastation to Current-Day Censorship
- What Are Museums For? The Local and the Global: Defining a Unique Vision for CMA
- What Are Museums For? Curating the World: Making the Carnegie International
- What Are Museums For? Art and Science: Two Ways of Knowing and Navigating the World