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Convergence Council

The Convergence Council, founded in 2016 and led by Jonathan Amoia (Chair) and Dan Greene (Co-Chair), is a group of Albright-Knox leadership members bound by a shared love of art and creativity.

Council members serve as ambassadors to connect others with museum programming and resources, and act as advocates and fundraisers to further promote the museum’s mission. The Council operates from the belief that the museum is instrumental in the long-term vitality of our city, and is dedicated to the present and future success of the Albright-Knox.

The Council produces an exciting schedule of events (digitally and in-person when safe to do so) to draw supporters to the museum, including behind-the-scenes tours, curatorial walk-throughs, artist meetings and interviews, and invitations to openings at the museum. Bi-annual ticketed Convergence Series events, unique nights out at the museum, will resume when gatherings are permitted again at Albright-Knox Northland.

Membership in the Convergence Council is by invitation only. For more information, contact Manager of Membership and Leadership Annual Giving Kate Peck at kpeck@albrightknox.org.

The Convergence Council in front of Pascale Marthine Tayou's Chalk Fresco A, 2015, during Convergence Series—Remix: Global Gets Local on December 13, 2018. Photograph by Tom Loonan.

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