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Turning Points: Transforming Collections, Connecting with Communities

Thursday, March 18, 2021 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm

Transforming Collections, Connecting with Communities is the second event in the conversation series, Turning Points: Museum Practice Now. Pairing recognized leaders in museum practice, one from outside the Pittsburgh region and one from within, the series aims to catalyze important questions about diversity and equity in museums.

Featuring Gamynne Guillotte, Chief Education Officer, The Baltimore Museum of Art, and Dana Bishop-Root, Director of Education and Public Programs, Carnegie Museum of Art, this conversation will touch on innovative practices at civic museums to engage local audiences and communities.

Turning Points is made possible by generous support from the Fine Foundation, to mark the launch of the Museum Studies Major at Pitt.

Register through Eventbrite, and read more about the series in HAA News.