Upcoming Events


Kayleigh Bryant-Greenwell is a selected contributor and author to the forthcoming Museums As Sites for Social Action [MASS Action] toolkit produced by the Minneapolis Institute of Art. She lends her expertise in diversity initiatives and transformational change to this three-year social change initiative. In addition to her work bringing transformational change to the arts, she is an independent curator and writer. She is the public programs coordinator at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, where she builds a new outreach-based initiative focused on Women, Arts, and Social Change. Before coming to NMWA, she served as an adjunct professor with P.G. College, and as a community project liaison with P.G. County Arts and Cultural Heritage. Previously, she served as the visual arts coordinator at Strathmore, where she was responsible for an expansive portfolio of exhibition-based educational programming and a residency for emerging artists. Prior to that role, she served as operations manager at the David C. Driskell Center, where she wore many hats in programming, management, and research. She holds a BA in Art History from the University of Maryland, College Park; an MA in Museum Studies from the George Washington University; and a certificate in Global Competency from the University of Maryland, College Park.


NEW YORK | December 6 
The Legendary Virginia Dwan in conversation with NYU Scholar Julia Robinson
PHILADELPHIA | December 10 
Spend the day visiting Philadelphia
CHICAGO | December 7 
First Annual Chicago Chapter Holiday Breakfast
Private Tour of the Convention Center Art