Here is a booklet we created to accompany the East Elementary cyanotypes on display in the Tower Lounge at KMA. This project showcases the collaboration
¡Hola! My name is Jessica Minarchek and I am a double major of Spanish and Spanish Education with a Linguistics minor. I currently spend two nights a week teaching English to women from Saudi Arabia through a program called English for All. Besides teaching, I am also a hiring coordinator for Baker Center Catering. As you all know, I work with Rachel at the Kennedy Museum of Art to facilitate the Spanish tours for classes at the University.
Hello blog readers! My name is Rachel Broughton and I’m the Spanish Language Programs Assistant here at the Kennedy Museum of Art.
After working at a library and a hardware store for the past five years, I heard about a job at the Kennedy that involved Spanish and art, and instantly jumped on applying. I was looking for a job where I would get to use my brain, think creatively, and collaborate with others. That’s exactly what I got here at the Kennedy, and I am so grateful that I found a place that allows me to express my own style and methods of working. Another plus is that I get to use my Spanish skills on a regular basis!
Cover Photo Credit: Athens Head Start explores “A Story of Flying.” Our staff visited their classroom the week before their museum trip to talk about
I have spent the last year and a half working at the Kennedy Museum of Art, which means I had somehow managed to secure a position that introduced me not only to an amazingly beautiful building with a rich history, but a crew of supportive, informative individuals as well.
Sarah Melaragno (the Kennedy Museum’s Outreach Programs Assistant) and I were in charge of planning Art Encounters this time. This was a very special Art