The Saint Louis Art Museum Will Host a Virtual Summit on Diversity

Saint Louis Art Museum

Fine Art Shippers is happy to announce that we will participate in the upcoming virtual summit organized by the Saint Louis Art Museum. Titled “Advancing Change: The Future of Museum Leadership,” this important event will explore the best practices for nurturing diverse talent within cultural institutions and museums. Registration for the summit is free on the Museum’s website so that anyone can join art professionals from around the United States for the discussion. “Advancing Change: The Future of Museum Leadership” will be held on May 6, 10 am – 3 pm CDT.

The Saint Louis Art Museum’s Virtual Summit on Diversity 

The upcoming virtual summit hosted by the Saint Louis Art Museum will present lessons and information learned over three decades of offering the Romare Bearden Graduate Museum Fellowship, one of the country’s most robust and oldest museum programs aimed at increasing staff diversity in the museum field. The goal of the summit is to help young professionals develop their careers and to provide resources for other US museums and cultural institutions wishing to establish programs cultivating future leaders from different backgrounds in education, curatorial practice, audience development, and more.

The list of speakers participating in “Advancing Change: The Future of Museum Leadership” is truly impressive. It includes the Barbara B. Taylor Director of the Saint Louis Art Museum Brent R. Benjamin, the program officer in the Arts and Culture program at the Andrew. W. Mellon Foundation Deborah Cullen-Morales, the director and chief curator of the Studio Museum in Harlem Thelma Golden, and the author of numerous publications on the art and culture of the United States Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw.

At Fine Art Shippers, we are pleased to take part in the virtual summit “Advancing Change: The Future of Museum Leadership,” and we encourage everyone to join us on May 6, 2021. Please keep in mind that registration for the event is required, so be sure to visit the Saint Louis Art Museum’s website and register in advance.