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The Pathways Panel: A Personal Conversation on Career Paths in the Museum Field

October 30, 2018 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Presented by Fuse: A Nexus for Interdisciplinary and Individualized Learning

Free and open to the public; reservations are required. Space is very limited—please arrive early!

Please join us for the first inaugural Pathways Panel, highlighting the work of phenomenal arts professionals in New York City. This program will focus on the varied and dynamic career paths in museums- specifically curatorial, marketing, and public programs- and will serve to provide insight for emerging professionals and students interested in the field.

Carmen Hermo
Associate Curator, Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art
Brooklyn Museum

Essie Lash
Senior Manager, Marketing
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Nico Wheadon
Director, Public Programs & Community Engagement
Studio Museum in Harlem

Reservations do not guarantee entry, please arrive early
Priority seating for Pratt Students (limited, please arrive early)

The Fuse Nexus is a framework that highlights Pratt’s commitment to interdisciplinary and integrative study. Courses, programs, and initiatives provide students opportunities to engage outside their departments and to customize their learning experience. Fuse highlights connectivities across disciplines and divisions, elucidates potential learning networks, and facilitates the curation of the overall interdisciplinary experience at Pratt. A perpetually evolving nexus, Fuse develops a nimble ecosystem of integrative/neodisciplinary offerings at the vanguard of higher education. Fuse is a new initiative at the Pratt Institute, launched in Spring 2018. It is housed within the Office of the Provost.