2015 International Conference on Indigenous Archives, Libraries and Museums

Art will be a presenter at the 2015 International Conference on Indigenous Archives, Libraries and Museums in Washington, DC this September. Check out the program at www.atalm.org.

Workshop 9 Exhibition Planning and Design: Understanding the Design/Build Process
Thursday, September 10, 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
$25, includes lunch

This workshop shares best practices in exhibition planning

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Public Meeting for Zona Cultural in San Antonio

Art helped to facilitate a successful public meeting led by Mimi Quintanilla last night for the proposed new Zona Cultural in the core of the original San Antonio. Long time colleague Tomas Ybarra-Frausto helped to introduce the new Con Safos program that will tie together memories of people and places.

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Feasibility Study for a New Museum in Irving, TX

Art is part of the team led by Toxey/McMillan Design Associates of San Antonio that is preparing a feasibility study for a new museum in Irving, TX. This week we conducted in-depth interviews with key City officials and a public meeting to address interests and preferences. You can see the

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Third Annual Anthropology Research Forum at UNLV

I’ll be one of the judges for the Third Annual Anthropology Research Forum at UNLV on May 1. The Petcha Kucha presentations by young scholars are followed by poster presentations and discussions. There are lots of interesting projects being developed by the students, and if you happen to come down

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Feb. 5, 2015

WOLF Consulting was part of a team doing a visioning workshop earlier this week in Irving, TX. The Mayor Pro-Tem called it “an historic occasion” as members of the City Council Planning and Development Committee, the City Manager and Staff, the Museum Advisory Board, and members of the Irving Heritage

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Nov. 21, 2014

Mimi Quintanilla and I wrapped up our two day planning workshop for the El Mercado Zona Cultural this afternoon. Wonderful stakeholders, artists, curators, planners, and business owners came together to address the possibilities to do some great things in the historic core of San Antonio. — at El Centro de

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