January 30, 6pm
Free and open to the public; geared toward Skidmore College students
Interested in a museum career? Join us Thursday, January 30, at 6:00 PM, for an evening exploring a variety of museum careers with a special group of regional museum professionals, including Skidmore alumni. Geared toward Skidmore College students, this event will offer students the opportunity to hear first-hand about various types of museums and the variety of jobs within them. The event will also be an opportunity for visitors to ask questions and to network with the panelists and each other.
This event is free and open to the public.
Molly Channon: Curatorial Assistant, The Tang Teaching Museum
Belinda Colón: Curator, The Arts Center of the Capital Region
Elizabeth Dubben: Executive Director, Collar Works
Keri Dudek: Assistant Educator, The Hyde Collection
Licia Eaton ’87: Visitor Services Manager, National Museum of Racing
Kathy Greenwood: Director of the Art and Culture Program, Albany International Airport
Nicole Herwig: Assistant Curator, The Hyde Collection
Hilary Katz ’13: Manager of Teacher Initiatives, The Phillips Collection
Annelise Kelly: Online Content Coordinator, The Tang Teaching Museum
Lisa Kolosek: Curatorial Assistant, National Museum of Dance
Romy Kushnick ’13: Senior Development Officer, Jewish Museum
Colette Lemmon: Curator of Exhibitions, Iroquois Indian Museum
Kelly Martinet ’13: Owner, Tierney Creative LLC
Sunny Ra: Museum Educator for K-12 and Community Programs, The Tang Teaching Museum
Tanya Tobias-Tomis ’10 MALS: Executive Director, Lake George Arts Project
Refreshments and doorprizes will be available. Registration not required.
Exploring Museum Careers is co-sponsored by the Skidmore College Arts Administration Department.