NEW YORK, NY.- The Art Museum Partnership
announced that Maxwell L. Anderson, the Eugene McDurmontt Director of The Dallas Museum of Art, will be the keynote speaker at this years Directors Forum conference in New York (October 28-30).
Anderson will discuss his recent book, The Quality Instinct: Seeing Art Through a Museum Directors Eye, during the programs opening dinner at the historic National Arts Club.
Part personal memoir, part thinking persons guide to the museum experience, The Quality Instinct is filled with wit, humor, anecdotes and insights from the authors thirty-years in the highly competitive, often contentious art world. Anderson will take conference participants on a grand tour of ancient and contemporary art, sharing five simple metrics that help to increase visual literacy.
The goal of the Art Museum Partnership is to provide the leaders of nonprofit art museums with educational opportunities that facilitate the sharing of ideas, information, resources, and collections. The Directors Forum was primary established to benefit the directors of the small to mid-sized institutions that comprise the broadest segment in the field. However, since everyone can benefit from the knowledge of their piers, the directors of larger museums are also encouraged to participate and lend their support.