Speaking

2014 NAEA National Convention, San Diego, CA (March 2014): Co-presenter for presentation entitled: Encountering Process: Innovations in Museum-based Artist Demonstrations

2013 NAEA National Convention, Fort Worth, TX (March 2013): Presenter for presentation entitled: Dissertation reflections and findings, an investigation of: Professional artists participation in children’s museum education programs.

Building Audiences, Visitor Engagement: A Foundation for our Future Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums, Annual Meeting, Tarrytown, NY (Oct. 2012): Panelist for session entitled: Demonstrating Impact on School Audiences: Evaluating Single-Visit Programs at Museums.

Teaching for Creativity: An Institute for Educators Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY (July 2011): Panelist for session entitled: Assessing the Nebulae: Case Studies from the Field.

Creativity, Imagination, and Innovation in Education Symposium, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, NY (April 2011): Co-facilitator with Dr. Olga Hubard for session entitled: Creating Worlds with Photomontage.

Thinking Like an Artist, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY (June 2010): Moderator for session entitled: Creativity in the Art Classroom, Panelists included Dr. Ellen Winner & Dr. Lois Hetland from Project Zero.

Conversations Across Cultures: Bridging Discourses, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, NY (Nov. 2010): Panelist for session entitled: Embodiment of Artistic Experience.

Educating the Creative Mind Kean University, Union, New Jersey (March 2010): Co-facilitator with Dr. Olga Hubard for session entitled: Creating Pictures, Creating Art.

“Are We Listening?” NYC Museum Educators Roundtable Bronx Botanical Gardens, Bronx, NY (May 2009): Panelist for session entitled: But Can They Interpret? Re-Considering Inquiry for 4-6 Year Olds.

Ways of Doing: Re-Conceptualizing Research Practices in A&H, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, NY (Nov. 2005): Respondent for session entitled: Exploring the Methodological Boundaries of Research in Arts and Humanities, Session speaker was Dr. James Diggle, Associate Dean of Research and Professor of Fine Arts at the U. of Plymouth, UK.