Partners in Conversation: Ms. Muñoz

Partners in Conversation is an interview series that highlights the Studio Museum’s partnership educators, school leadership, artists, and community organization staff. These interviews seek to document and archive their experiences and to share their stories—in their own words—of connecting to the Studio Museum, Harlem, and artists of African descent.

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The Community Bears Witness

As a means of gathering feedback on the new sculptural presence, Thomas J Price: Witness, in the neighborhood, the Studio Museum’s Education staff interviewed several park-goers and participants in a writing workshop program.

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Art in Partnership

Moments of Joy, Celebration, and Rest

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Museums & Mental Health: Healing in Creative Community

When people think about mental health and wellness, museums might not be the first thought that comes to mind. Even as I was studying to become an art therapist, I never considered museums as a site for therapeutic practice.

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Expanding the Walls: Past, Present, and Future

With excerpts from former Director of Education and Public Programming and ETW founder, Sandra Jackson-Dumont's original ETW proposal, Education Director, Shanta Lawson, reflects on the past, present, and future legacy of ETW.

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Honoring a Teen Space

Ginny Huo, Senior Coordinator, Teen Programs, shares how she creates space for teens to be respected, heard, and seen. 

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Making Space & Marking Time

I have seen how change begins through healing and as an art therapist and educator, I am deeply interested in creating space for healing.

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ZOMA: A Museum Is Born

ZOMA Museum is a contemporary art museum in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

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Spotlight on Education

Over the last fifty years, The Studio Museum in Harlem has offered a number of school, youth, and family programs for people with specific needs by creating platforms for dynamic educational experiences that encourage critical thought with and through art.

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Studio Visit: ray ferreira

The Studio Museum’s community of teaching artists reflects the Museum's commitment to engaging and supporting emerging contemporary artists whose work is inspired or influenced by black culture. Serving at the intersection of the institution and the public, Museum educators are creative, pedagogical hybrids who navigate the fascinating line between the roles of teacher and a practicing artist.

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April, Showers of Excitement and Success

This April, Expanding the Walls participants had our first meeting with curators from the Studio Museum.

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