What role does the Spanish language play in cultivating Latinx participation in museum offerings? What other barriers of entry for these communities are at play? How can we more actively engage and participate with Latinx communities across museum programs? Panelists from the popular NYCMER Annual Conference session Con las Puertas Abiertas: Strategies for Latinx Museum Engagement will join NYCMER for an evening of discussion on how to create genuine engagement with New York City’s diverse Latinx communities.
Speakers will include:
- Christina Ramos, Hispanic Federation
- Elena González, Gracie Mansion
- Soley Esteves, American Museum of Natural History
- Valentín Concha-Núñez, El Museo del Barrio
Accessibility: NYCMER is committed to providing opportunities for all of our members to participate in our programs and engage with one another. The venue is wheelchair accessible. To enter the event please use the Central Park West Security Entrance between 77th and 81st Street on the first floor. Please follow the driveway beneath the main steps up to the Museum. This entrance is wheelchair accessible and all public floors of the Museum can be reached by elevator. Public elevators near Central Park West and 77th Street entrances and those in the Rose Center are equipped with Braille signage and give auditory signals.
*Please note: The 81st Street/Museum of Natural History (B and C trains) subway station and subway entrance to the Museum are not wheelchair accessible. The closest accessible subway station is the 72nd Street station (1, 2, and 3 trains), with a connection on the northbound M7 on Amsterdam Avenue.
Should you require any accessibility services (ASL interpretation, live captioning, etc.), please contact email@example.com as soon as possible.
Stay Connected: Share your thoughts about this program before, during, and after via social media using #NYCMER. Follow NYCMER on Twitter and Instagram for updates about this and all other NYCMER programs.
The 2019 NYCMER Annual Conference and related programs are 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.