Client Update

#AMA (Ask Me Anything) Q&A with Manager of Exhibitions Danielle Kiser

Event Date: 
11 May 2020
Atlanta, GA

Instagram Stories Event: Monday, May 11

Every two weeks, The High Museum of Art will post a new “Ask Me Anything” series featuring museum staff; Danielle Kiser, Manager of Exhibitions, will host the next Q&A on Monday, May 11. 

The goal of the High’s new digital initiative is to create a personal connection between museum staff and its virtual audiences. Users submit questions in advance, from the practical to the personal, and the participating staff member's answers are archived on the High’s Instagram. The first few features highlighted the High's curatorial team and the museum is now expanding their Q&A style forum to invite other types of staff to partake in the new initiative, giving audiences an opportunity to examine other career paths in the museum world.

More information is on the High's "Stay Connected" landing page, as well as on their Instagram channel

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