Mass Cultural Council’s Erik Holmgren invited Elizabeth Pickard from the Missouri History Museum and Lynn Stanley, Curator of Education for the Provincetown Art Association and Museum to discuss their respective institutions as a place for connecting the story of themselves, the story of their communities, and the story of now. Listen to how their own stories brought them into the museum field and how they strive to ‘lift the veil’ between their institutions and the lived experience of young people in their communities.
On Mass Cultural Council’s podcast, Creative Minds Out Loud, Carolyn Mower Burns, President and CEO of Berkshire Children & Families, a social service agency serving Western Massachusetts, shared how they use musical excellence as a vehicle for developing whole children and whole families through Kids 4 Harmony, their intensive classical music program for social change.
Booth, one of the foremost experts in the world on teaching artists, discusses the field and craft of teaching artistry. He says while teaching artists are recognized as learning catalysts – by the education, business, and healthcare sectors (to name a few) – there continue to be insufficient growth pathways to support the expertise that’s been developed by this global workforce.