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Rebecca Aubin started her new job as director of Museum Learning and Public Programs at the Harwood Museum of Art in early June.
“The Harwood’s Director of Museum Learning and Public Programs is responsible for more than half of the Museum’s annual attendance, is very visible within the Taos community, and is essential to advancing the Museum’s mission,” Director Susan Longhenry said. “I’m happy to say that, by all accounts, we found the right person. We’re thrilled to have Rebecca officially on board.”
Aubin will lead educational and public programs serving the Harwood’s youth, family, school and adult audiences.
The programs include Art in the Schools, a program combining gallery experiences with art-making activities that serves 3,500 school children each year.
Many of those students attend Taos’ Enos Garcia Elementary School, a dual-language school with which the museum has formed a strong partnership.
Aubin will also provide leadership to the Harwood’s Neighborhood Arts Project, an innovative program serving nearly 1,500 children each summer at five sites throughout Taos County.
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