Assistant Director, Family and Teen Programming at Rhode Island School of Design Museum, United States
Christina Alderman is Assistant Director, Family and Teen Programming. She focuses on creating experiences for family and teen audiences through both intimate and large-scale programs. Working alongside artist-educators she develops programs that engage toddlers to teens in object-based learning and designs specialized programs for community partners. She also manages the RISD Art Circle, a group of teenagers from around Rhode Island who create programs and opportunities for their peers. Christina has previously held positions at the Walker Art Center, the LA County Museum of Art, the Orange County Museum of Art, and earned her BA in Art History from Chapman University.
Join Christina at Communicating the Arts in Montreal as she and Amee Spondike will address the public in a case study “Pigments of Your Imagination – Valuing the Voices of Teens”