Professional development panel: "Consulting & Freelancing: Making the Leap” on April 15 at IA&A at Hillyer. Moderator and organizer  Claire Huschle;  panelists  Edith Graves , Director of Communications, Anthony Wilder Design/Build;  Carlyn Madden , Principal, Carlyn Madden Consulting Services;  Alison McNeil , Founder and CEO, McNeil Creative Enterprises;  Marsha Semmel,  Principal, Marsha Semmel Consulting, formerly Director, Institute of Museum and Library Services

Professional development panel: "Consulting & Freelancing: Making the Leap” on April 15 at IA&A at Hillyer. Moderator and organizer Claire Huschle; panelists Edith Graves, Director of Communications, Anthony Wilder Design/Build; Carlyn Madden, Principal, Carlyn Madden Consulting Services; Alison McNeil, Founder and CEO, McNeil Creative Enterprises; Marsha Semmel, Principal, Marsha Semmel Consulting, formerly Director, Institute of Museum and Library Services

Meet our members                                                                        

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KAYLEIGH BRYANT-GREENWELL

My current role in the art field is at the nexus of art, museums, and social justice. As a museum educator, independent curator and writer, and advisor to both local and national arts groups I lead programs exploring social change impact through art.

Current roles include: education specialist, National Museum of African American History and Culture; Arts Education National Council, Americans for the Arts; Selection Committee, Halcyon Arts Lab; Contributing Strategist, The Empathetic Museum.

On Membership: I have enjoyed expanding ArtTable DC's diversity, equity, and inclusive practices, especially through the launch of the Faith Flanagan Fellowship. ArtTable's mentorship initiatives make me proud to be a member.

Recent Inspiration? I'm currently motivated by the Halcyon Arts Lab and by Stephen Hayes in particular. His work is profound, intricate, and overwhelming. Everything great art should be. Also a Halcyon Fellow, Georgia Saxleby's "To Future Women" at the Phillips Collection is one of the most unique installations I've seen in a while. It's feminist and futurist all in one.

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