Humanities@Work Career Panel: University Circle Museum Professionals

On Monday, 18 March, professionals from University Circle museums will share their experiences working with some of the world’s most interesting and influential museum collections. Learn more about work in museums, from conservation to creative design to managing collections. Panelists include:

Julianna Ly, Associate Conservator of Paintings, Cleveland Museum of Art BA, Art History, Criticism, and Conservation (University of Delaware); MS, Painting Conservation (Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art)

Tom Poole, Creative Director, MoCa Cleveland BA, Mass Communication and Visual Communication, (Wright State University); MA, Positive Organization Design and Change (Weatherhead School of Management, CWRU)

Meghan E. Strong, Director of Collections, Cleveland Museum of Natural History BA, Archeology & Art History (Lycoming College); MA, Egyptian Art and Archeology (University of Memphis); Ph.D, Archeology & Egyptology (University of Cambridge)

Regennia N. Williams, Associate Curator of African American Community Partnerships, Programs, and Traveling Exhibitions and Distinguished Scholar of African American History and Culture, Cleveland History Center of the Western Reserve Historical Society; BA, Urban Studies & Affairs, BA, Liberal Studies, MA, Public Administration, MA, Nonprofit Management & Leadership, Cleveland State University; Ph.D, History, Case Western Reserve University

The talk takes place at 6:00pm in Clark Hall Room 206. A buffet dinner will be served. Registration requested.