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Working with GA&A, the Board and staff of di Rosa in Napa, California, are envisioning and planning a multi-tiered visitor experience. di Rosa, named after its visionary founder, Rene di Rosa, is a world-class collection of contemporary art of Northern Californian artists displayed in the 217 acre landscape and in 3 separate gallery spaces.
Working with the staff of the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art on the University of Oregon, Eugene campus, GA&A helped shape a strategy for building Latino audiences both on the campus and in the community. Stakeholder interviews, research and workshops with the staff helped define the strategy now being incorporated into the University diversity initiative.
GA&A assessed two grant programs administered by Museums Alaska, funded by the Rasmuson Foundation. Through diverse assessment strategies and research, GA&A identified the programs successes and challenges, as well as, the impact on museums and artists communities, and ways to engage those who have not participated in Museums Alaska grant programs. An assessment report provided rich and useful information to guide Museums Alaska and the Rasmusion Foundation’s future work and priorities
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