Mapping New Territories: Musings on Museums and Our Publics. A Lecture by Marsha Semmel
October 3, 2013
In conjunction with the exhibition “Depths and Edges: Berenice D’Vorzon,” and in collaboration with the Schemel Forum at The University of Scranton, the Hope Horn Gallery is pleased to host a lecture presentation by Marsha Semmel. A frequent speaker on cultural policy, museum practice, and learning in museums, Ms. Semmel has served as Director for Strategic Partnerships, Institute for Museum and Library Services, Washington, DC; President, Women of the West Museum, Denver, Colorado; Assistant Director for Humanities Projects in Museums and Historical Organizations, and Director, Division of Public Programs, National Endowment for the Humanities, Washington, DC; and Fellow, Museums Program of the National Endowment for the Arts, Washington, DC. In her lecture at The University of Scranton, she uses a cross-disciplinary approach to address the diverse ways in which museums engage their communities, especially in areas of public policy issues and civic discourse.
Special Events: October 3, 2013
Lecture and Reception
Hope Horn Gallery and Room 407
Hyland Hall, 4th Floor, at The University of Scranton
6:00 to 8:00 p.m.