Creating a Community-Oriented Museum
December 9, 2014
How do you manage an art museum so that it truly contributes to the thriving of the museum’s community, which is economically challenged and bilingual? Answering this question calls for creative and innovative communication strategies, and Nick Capasso has them.
Nick, who directs the Fitchburg Art Museum, will discuss the concept of community as client, describe the museum’s collaborations with city officials and educators in Fitchburg, and present the museum’s innovative Bilingual Museum Initiative.
Join us to learn from a veteran communicator about communicating creatively in a context of diversity and economic limitations.
Also at our December 9 meeting – TCC’s Annual Food Drive
One in six Americans is hungry every day. In our community, the Worcester County Food Bank distributes food through a network of 150 partner agencies to help feed hungry people living in 60 cities and towns in Central Massachusetts.
Please bring non-perishable food items to our lunch meeting. (No glass containers please!) Monetary donations are also appreciated. Join us in supporting our neighbors who rely on the Worcester County Food Bank.