OF/BY/FOR ALL is a new initiative of the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History (MAH). We are involving many global partners in its development.
Project staff includes:
Lauren Benetua is the MAH's Community Catalyst for OF/BY/FOR ALL. Lauren is coaching First Wave members of the OF/BY/FOR ALL Change Network program in the First Wave.
Shelley Bernstein is the consulting creative technologist for OF/BY/FOR ALL. Shelley is building digital tools to help you make change and connect with each other.
We are working in partnership with Slover Linett Audience Research to conduct research and evaluation of our early prototypes.
MEET OUR AMAZING ADVISORS
Thank you to everyone who has contributed to this emerging movement. Our early advisors include:
Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History board members Peter Orr, Laura LaPorte, Carola Barton, Bella Babot, Ken Doctor, and Bobbi Burns
Robert Blackson, Temple Contemporary
Mark Crosby, National Trust (UK)
Deborah Cullinan, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
Hannah Fox, Derby Museums
Erica Freudenberger, Southern Adirondack Library System
Jeff Gaffney, Santa Cruz County Parks
Nate Hill, Metropolitan New York Library Council
Elaine Heumann Gurian, cultural consultant
David Koren, FIGMENT
Peter Linett and Sarah Lee, Slover Linett Audience Strategies
Luis Marcelo Mendes, cultural consultant
Ellen Moir, New Teacher Center
Monica Octavia Montgomery, Museum of Impact
Mike Murawski, Portland Art Museum
Susan Nemitz, Santa Cruz Public Libraries
Leslie Payne, James Irvine Foundation
Laurel Racine, Lowell National Historical Park
Scott Roseman, New Leaf Community Markets
Aaron Schmidt, Influx
Mimosa Shah, Skokie Public Library
Erik Takeshita, Bush Foundation
Leila Tamari, ArtPlace America
Beck Tench, University of Washington
Craig Vachon, Chowdahead Growth Fund
Jasper Visser, VISSCH+STAM
Laura Zabel, Springboard for the Arts
THANK YOU TO OUR VISIONARY FUNDERS
The James Irvine Foundation made the first major contribution to the launch and incubation of this project. We also appreciate early support from the Bush Foundation, Knight Foundation, Jim Thompson, and the MAH Board of Trustees. You made it possible for us to turn this project from a dream to reality. Thank you.