Mark Oppenheim leads a discussion on the importance of Juneteenth and how we as a society talk about the history slavery, with guests; Woody Keown, Jr., President & COO of National Underground Railroad Freedom Center and Ashley Rogers, Executive Director of the Whitney Plantation
Mark Oppenheim leads a discussion on the importance of diversity in the arts with guests: Alejandra Peña-Gutierrez, Director of Museo de Arte de Ponce in Puerto Rico; Amanda de la Garza, Director of Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporaneo in Mexico City and Sylvia Orozco, Executive Director of Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, TX
Mark Oppenheim leads a discussion on the importance of advancing Native American Art and Artists in America with guests: Della Warrior, Director of the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture; Lulani Arquette, President & CEO of the Native Arts & Cultures Foundation; and John Vanausdall, President & CEO of The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art.
Mark Oppenheim leads a conversation on the importance of Science Museums with guests: Alison Brown, President and CEO of the Science Museum of Minnesota; Linda Silver, CEO of the Perot Museum of Nature and Science; and Frank Steslow, President & CEO of the Frost Museum of Science.
Mark Oppenheim leads a conversation on the role of University Art Museums with guests: David Brenneman – Director at the Eskenazi Museum of Art; Amy Gilman – Director at the Chazen Museum of Art; and David Little – Director and Chief Curator at the Mead Art Museum.
Host Mark Oppenheim leads a discussion on Museums in the Southeastern United States with guests: Mississippi Museum of Art Director Betsy Bradley; Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts Director Angie Dodson; and Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Director Alexander Nyerges.
Host Mark Oppenheim interviews guests: American Museum of Natural History President Ellen Futter; Los Angeles County Museum of Art Director Michael Govan; and Children’s Museum of Indianapolis President & CEO Jeff Patchen.
Janelle Howard of Arts Visalia, Colton Dennis of the Merced County Arts Council, Michele Ellis Pracy of the Fresno Art Museum, and Bruce Kane of the Kings Art Center discuss the various arts programs that equally educate and inspire the agriculturally-rich region of Fresno. This interview was produced in collaboration with ValleyPBS.
Paul Kortenaar, Founding Director of the El Paso Children’s Museum, discusses the vital steps in order to attract a wide array of visitors into the museum. This interview was produced in collaboration with KCOSTV.
Victoria Ramirez, Director of the El Paso Museum of Art, discusses the collaboration efforts of various museums in order to attract a wide array of visitors to their institutions. This interview was produced in collaboration with KCOSTV.
Tracey Jerome, Director of the El Paso Museums & Cultural Affairs Department, discusses the role of the El Paso community in ensuring that institutions are able to thrive for future generations. This interview was produced in collaboration with KCOSTV.
Lori Shepard, Executive Director of the El Paso Holocaust Museum, discusses the importance in diminishing linguistic barriers in order to provide a rich learning center for all audiences. This interview was produced in collaboration with KCOSTV.
Tracey Jerome of El Paso Museums and Cultural Affairs Department, Paul Kortenaar of El Paso Children’s Museum, Victoria Ramirez of El Paso Museum of Art & Lori Shephard of El Paso Holocaust Museum discuss the intersection of arts, education, and culture as generators of businesses and diversity in the thriving Texas community. This interview was produced in collaboration with KCOSTV.
John Smith, Director of the Rhode Island School of Design Museum, discusses the benefits of working with a large team of experts in the field of art and how each of their sensibilities contributes to the goal of creating, collecting and sharing high quality art and growing the college’s collection of nearly 100,000 objects.
Joel Hoffman, Executive Director of Vizcaya Museum & Gardens, discusses reshaping Vizcaya’s impact on the community through new educational programs that challenge visitors to look beyond the striking beauty of the museum’s gardens.
Joel Hoffman, Executive Director of Vizcaya Museum & Gardens, discusses Vizcaya’s incredible evolution as an asset from the parks department to a museum that opened in 1953, and finally its role as a site of discovery for Miami’s historical roots.