I have experience organizing and coordinating events ranging from panel discussions to dance parties, serving anywhere between dozens to upwards of a thousand attendees.
At the Brooklyn Museum, I worked extensively on Thursday evening programs, including Brooklyn Talks and Salsa Nights. I coordinated a sold-out astrology-themed party, and I curated our May First Saturday. I also conducted research on the impact of public programming led by community organizations, which you can read about here.
At the Yale University Art Gallery, I coordinated and led programs including in-gallery talks, open forum public discussions, and all-ages artmaking sessions. I also led the student program advisory board and trained New Haven Promise summer interns.
images in order of appearance: Bix introducing a First Saturday film screening; attendees dance at the “What’s Your Sign?” party; visitors dance in the court and shop the March First Saturday market; attendees of a First Saturday artist talk; audiences at a Brooklyn Talk. All photos courtesy of the Brooklyn Museum.