Museum Study has 4 courses starting May 4
Rebecca Newberry will lead her Storage Techniques course https://bit.ly/2oZCZSh
Anne M. Young will lead the Rights & Reproductions 1: Intro to IP and Licensing Best Practices course https://bit.ly/2RDHZpW
Due to high demand Robert Waller's Intro level Assessing Risk to Cultural Property course http://bit.ly/2sN0GAR will run again
John Veverka's will lead the Interpretive Planning for Historic Homes and Gardens course http://bit.ly/2IOQsWu
For more information on upcoming courses visit our schedule page. http://www.museumstudy.com/courses/course-schedule/
Museum Study is pleased that Anne W. Ackerson is joining our distinguished faculty
Anne W. Ackerson is a former history museum director, director of the Museum Association of New York, and director of the national Council of State Archivists. She is currently an independent consultant to cultural and educational nonprofits, specializing in leadership, governance, and management issues.
With Joan H. Baldwin, she is the co-author of Leadership Matters: Leading Museums in an Age of Discord, a book examining history museum leadership for the 21st century (now in its second edition); and Women in the Museum: Lessons from the Workplace. Anne is also a co-founder of the Gender Equity in Museums Movement (GEMM), which is focusing its recent efforts on education, advocacy, and policy development around pay equity, salary transparency, and sexual harassment in the museum workplace.
She will be leading the course Leading Together: Working for and With Your Board of Trustees beginning August 3, 2020.
For more information about Anne and the course she will be leading visit our website at http://www.museumstudy.com/about-us/instructors/anne-w-ackerson/