November 21, 2014
Russell to present at 2014 Museum Computer Network Conference
Adrianne Russell, public programs coordinator at the Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art, will present at the 2014 Museum Computer Network conference in Dallas, Texas.
The session, "Being Small, Thinking Big: Small-Museum Innovators and the Little-Known Small-Museum Digital Revolution," will be presented Nov. 21.
Russell, with co-panelists Suse Cairns, digital content manager at Baltimore Museum of Art; Abigail Newkirk, director of interpretation and education at Stratford Hall; Kimon Keramidas, assistant professor and director of the Digital Media Lab; and Trish Oxford, assistant director of marketing and communications at Reynolda House Museum of American Art; will share strategies for developing innovative and sustainable digital and new media programs tailored to small museums but replicable by institutions of any size.
Founded in 1967, Museum Computer Network's core purpose is to foster innovation and excellence by supporting professionals who seek to transform the way their cultural organizations reach, engage and educate their audiences using digital technologies.