Member Spotlight:

Keonna

Keonna Hendrick Brooklyn Museum

Keonna Hendrick is a cultural strategist and educator, who creates cultural equity through art. Her teaching, writing, and strategic planning centers on commitment to providing all audiences with educational experiences that promote critical thinking, expand cultural perceptions, and support self-actualization.

In 2014 she co-founded SHIFT, a collective of cultural workers engaging in critical reflection and accountability for shifting their practice as educators, administrators and artists toward anti-oppressive feminist paradigm.

Keonna currently manages ArtsConnection’s Teen Reviewers and Critics Program, which provides teens with free access to art events. Her work extends to Brooklyn Museum, MoMA, NYCMER, Museum Hue, and Classical Contemporary Ballet Theatre. She holds a B.A. in History and Studio Art from Wake Forest University and a M.A. in Arts Policy and Administration from The Ohio State University.

Friday, April 13, 2018

Docents and Volunteer Supervisors Peer Group Meeting

Where: Rubin Museum of Art
150 West 17th Street
NY, NY

When:5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Workshop Organizer: Docents and Volunteer Supervisors Peer Group

RSVP: Laura Sloan - lsloan@rubinmuseum.org

Focus: Volunteer Recruitment & Training: Please join us and special guest speaker Vincent Deschamp, Director of Visitor Experience at the Brooklyn Children's Museum, for a conversation about volunteer recruitment and training, an area in which Vincent has much experience. He began a global research project on volunteer management, which started during his work at the Smithsonian Institution and continued through his previous position as the Visitor Experience Manager at the Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden in D.C. He has since published his findings Public Engagement In Volunteer Management & Visitor Services: In And Outside The United States which we are looking forward to discussing together at our meeting.

 
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