Network for Arts Administrators of Color (NAAC) at the Museum
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Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council welcomes you to meet up with the Network of Arts Administration of Color (NAAC), the Pittsburgh Chapter of ArtsBoston’s NAAC program, sponsored by the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh! Cecile Shellman, Diversity Catalyst
Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council welcomes you to meet up with the Network of Arts Administration of Color (NAAC), the Pittsburgh Chapter of ArtsBoston’s NAAC program, sponsored by the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh! Cecile Shellman, Diversity Catalyst for Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, will share about recent efforts at the museums to improve Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility. Join us for learning, conversation, and refreshments!ABOUT NAAC BOSTON
In 2016, ArtsBoston established
Cecile Shellman is the Diversity Catalyst for Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh: a role that responds to initiatives relevant to diversity, inclusion, and accessibility at Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Carnegie Science Center, and the Andy Warhol Museum as well as the museums’ central services. Past appointments include: Director for Visual Arts and Exhibitions at the August Wilson Center; Program Manager for Pittsburgh Public Schools’ Culturally Responsive Arts Education initiative; Education Coordinator at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston; Director of Education at Heckscher Museum of Art, New York; and Education Curator at the Museum of Church History and Art, Salt Lake City. She serves on the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh Board of Directors, Sports and Exhibitions Authority Art Committee, co-chair of the American Alliance of Museums’ DIVCOM professional committee and AAM National Planning Committee. Ms. Shellman holds a BFA in painting from Brigham Young University and CMS from Harvard University. She enjoys spending time with her husband, Spencer, and is a fiercely competitive Scrabble player.
4400 Forbes Avenue , Pittsburgh, PA 15213
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