Member Spotlight:

Noah

Noah Rauch Senior Vice President, Education & Public Programs National September 11 Memorial & Museum

Noah Rauch is the Senior Vice President for Education & Public Programs at the 9/11 Memorial Museum, where he oversees the educational, interpretive, civic training, and public programs for the institution. Previously, he managed grants as Project Coordinator for the Center for Informal Learning and Schools at the Exploratorium, worked as an Educator at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles and Zeum, an arts and technology museum in San Francisco, and was a School, Youth, and Family Programs Intern Educator at the Brooklyn Museum of Art. He received an Ed.M in Arts-in-Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and a BA in American Studies from Wesleyan University. He has been to all 50 states.  

NYCMER Annual Conference
Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
May 13, 2019
Teachers College, Columbia University

 

What are the most effective practices in museum education that you have found to be timeless since NYCMER's beginnings? Which of our practices today are set apart from the past? This year’s theme is “Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow.” In celebration of NYCMER’s 40th anniversary, we will reflect on our successes and challenges to consider future opportunities for innovative change.

 

  • $90 for Members
  • $100 for Not-Yet Members

 

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This year's conference will feature:

  • Keynote with Christy Coleman, CEO of the American Civil War Museum.
  • 19 breakout sessions, 5 case studies, and 5+ poster presentations on a variety of topics including: inclusivity, best practices and lessons learned, access, activism and social justice, community engagement, program development and facilitation, equity, diversity, advocacy, and more! Here is the conference agenda and session descriptions.
  • Opportunities to network and connect with friends and colleagues at peer group meet-ups, poster sessions, opening and closing receptions, and more!

 

 

Access


NYCMER is committed to providing opportunities for all of our members to participate in our programs and engage with one another. Should you require any accessibility services, please contact info@nycmer.org by Monday, April 29, 2019.

 

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The 2019 NYCMER Annual Conference is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.