Monday, November 22, 2010

A Celebration to Honor


An Evening of Celebration to Honor

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Doing Our Part Saving Our Gulf - PART 2


New Art Licensing Community is released


Posted by Tara Reed on Nov 16, 2010 in Art Licensing

Inner Circle Artists…

… want to know HOW to license their art. What steps to 
take to get from thinking about it to actually doing it.
… want to better understand what manufacturers are looking for.
… want to learn how to create licensable art and how to connect 
with the companies and license their art.
… want regular resources and advice that is specific to the art 
licensing industry today.


Monday, November 8, 2010

NCMA Names New Director of Education

For Immediate Release 
Media Contact: Doris Meadows
(516) 609-9696

NCMA Names New Director of Education

Laura Lynch Named Director of Education at Nassau County Museum of Art Karl E. Willers, Ph.D., Director of Nassau County Museum of Art (NCMA), announced that Laura Lynch has been appointed the museum¹s Director of Education. She begins her new position at the Museum on November 8, 2010. Lynch brings extensive experience in art education and administration to her new responsibilities at NCMA. For 10 years she served Queens Museum of Art (QMA) in a variety of roles, including and most recently as the senior manager of school, youth and family programs. At QMA, she created and implemented programs for children, schools, educators, and family groups and also was responsible for a program of encouraging English language proficiency in ESL students using visual literacy. At NCMA Lynch will oversee all public educational programming for adults, children and school groups and all aspects of the museum¹s educational outreach to the community, including the development of the museum¹s new Art Space for Children. She will also oversee the training of the museum¹s approximately 50 docents. Lynch said: "I look forward to joining the fine staff of Nassau County Museum of Art. It is my goal to continue the outstanding work that occurs at the museum on a daily basis while providing additional opportunities for creative enrichment utilizing the museum's outstanding resources." Laura Lynch, a resident of Merrick, NY, holds an undergraduate degree in art education and painting from SUNY-New Paltz and a graduate degree in secondary art education from Queens College. She was recognized by the Queens Teens Program with the President¹s Office on Arts and Humanities 2008 Coming Up Taller award.

Nassau County Museum of Art is chartered under the laws of New York State as a not-for-profit private educational institution and museum. A privately elected board of trustees is responsible for its governance. The museum is
funded through income derived from admissions, parking, membership, special events and private and corporate donations as well as federal and state grants.

Nassau County Museum of Art is located at 1 Museum Drive in Roslyn Harbor, New York just off Northern Boulevard, Route 25A, two traffic lights west of Glen Cove Road. 

For information call (516) 484-9337


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