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CANCELLED: Special Lecture: Stephanie Johnson-Cunningham, Co-founder and Creative Director of Museum Hue

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March 12, 2020 at 5:00pm6:30pm EDT

Bird Library, 114 (Peter Graham Scholarly Commons)

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Please note: this event has been cancelled in response to concerns around COVID-19 (coronavirus). For continued updates on the University’s policies surrounding COVID-19, please visit:

How can cultural institutions move beyond conversations about inclusion to actualize these efforts?

Stephanie Johnson-Cunningham is Co-founder and Creative Director of Museum Hue, where she writes articles and conducts video interviews to provide a wider lens of the field. This curated online platform engages an audience beyond the museum walls. She writes about multiple topics focused primarily on people of color’s practices and pedagogies to showcase their work. She has also written about racial inequities for publications such as Curator: The Museum Journal and Museums & Social Issues, which have been distributed in cultural institutions and universities across the country. Stephanie has keynoted and headlined talks about her endeavors at the American Alliance of Museums, Western Museums Association, and Museum Next conferences. She holds a BA in Art and Art History from Brooklyn College and an MA in Cultural Heritage and Preservation Studies from Rutgers University.

Museum Hue is a New York City-based organization dedicated to providing tools and resources that support people of color in the museum field.

Co-sponsored by the Graduate Program in Museum Studies in the School of Design and the Syracuse University Art Galleries.


This event was first published on March 6, 2020 and last updated on March 17, 2020.

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