Megan Ardery has developed and implemented strategic and integrated communications campaigns for leading arts institutions and architects, with a particular emphasis on modern and contemporary art initiatives and new building and expansion projects.
Since joining Resnicow and Associates in 2013, Megan has conducted international campaigns for the commissioning institutions of the U.S. Pavilion in 2015, 2017, and 2019, with the MIT List Visual Arts Center, Baltimore Museum of Art and Rose Art Museum, and Madison Square Park Conservancy, respectively. Megan has also worked with leading visual arts organizations, including the Rubell Museum, Luhring Augustine, ICA Miami, Dia Art Foundation, the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, the Clyfford Still Museum, the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Norton Museum of Art, and the Center for Italian Modern Art.
She has also worked on campaigns for a variety of new building projects, including the Institute for Contemporary Art at VCU by Steven Holl Architects (2018); the redesign of Eleven Madison Park by Allied Works Architecture (2017); Studio Bell, home of the National Music Centre by Allied Works Architecture (2016); The Corning Museum of Glass’s Contemporary Art + Design Wing by Thomas Phifer and Partners (2015); Stanford University’s McMurtry Building for the Department of Art + Art History by Diller Scofidio + Renfro (2015); and the University’s Anderson Collection by Ennead Architects (2014). She has also worked with Allied Works Architecture and Safdie Architects.
In addition to her experience at R+A, Megan has worked with WEISS/MANFREDI Architecture/Landscape/Urbanism as the firm’s communications manager. She graduated magna cum laude from George Washington University, where she majored in art history and minored in English.