Career in the Arts
Brown Bag Lunch Series
Our first guest speaker of this year’s Career in the Arts Brown Bag Lunch Series is Natalie Mann. Natalie is an MA alum from 2010 and someone with extensive experience in Art Education.
Natalie is the Programs Manager at Streetside Stories, an arts education non-profit, located in San Francisco’s Mission District, that runs art and storytelling workshops for young people from underrepresented communities. She is responsible for liaising with school and community partners, hiring, training, and supervising teaching artists, and overseeing curriculum development to ensure program quality and fidelity.
Prior to joining Streetside last fall, Natalie worked on school and outreach programming at art museums in San Francisco and Washington, DC, including the de Young Museum, The National Gallery of Art, and The Phillips Collection. Throughout her career, she has been devoted to encouraging young people to use the arts to explore their own identities, process the world around them, and positively contribute to their communities. She has also worked closely with K-12 classroom teachers to integrate core curriculum with museum collections, making learning more engaging both at the museum and in the classroom.
***This workshop will count toward the mandatory requirement for seniors.***
Don’t miss this opportunity to network with professionals working in the field. See you there!
When: Monday, October 10, 2016
Where: Everson 148
Sponsored by the Department of Art and Art History, TAAG Advising Center and the Visual Resources Facility.
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