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Guests make art with the Art Truck in the Albright-Knox Northland parking lot, August 22, 2020. Photograph by Tom Loonan.

Virtual Presentation—Art in the Classroom, at Home, and on the Road

By Director of Education and Community Engagement Jennifer Foley and Art Truck Program Coordinator Vicente Rondon

Thursday, September 10, 2020 ● 12 pm
1 pm

FREE for Albright-Knox members
$5 for Martin House members
$10 general admission
Virtual Event

The Albright-Knox offers a celebrated slate of education programs that bring art activities, classes, and workshops for individuals of all ages, backgrounds, and levels of ability into the communities of Western New York. This spring, the museum staff adapted quickly to continue to provide arts education to our community while safely social distancing. Join Director of Education and Community Engagement Jennifer Foley and Art Truck Program Coordinator Vicente Rondon to learn about education at the Albright-Knox, and how it has evolved in a rapidly changing landscape.


This presentation is free for Albright-Knox members, $5 for Martin House members, and $10 general admission. Please register online. You will receive an email reminder the day of the lecture with directions for joining the webinar. Albright-Knox members, please contact with any questions or for assistance. Martin House members, please contact to receive your promo code.

About the Speakers

Jennifer Foley is the Director of Education and Community Engagement at the Albright-Knox, where she works with the museum’s dedicated team of educators on public programming and interpretive experiences for all audiences. Before joining the museum in 2016 she held positions as the Director of Interpretation at the Cleveland Museum of Art and the Paul Mellon Collection Educator at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. She earned an MA and PhD in art history from Cornell University, and a BA in art history from Brooklyn College, City University of New York.

Vicente Rondon is the Art Truck Program Coordinator at the Albright-Knox, where he works with the education department’s talented team to bring quality art programming, materials, and fun to audiences in all eight counties in Western New York. Prior to that, he served as a teacher-artist for the museum. He has also worked as an educator at Locust Street Art, serving as the interim photography instructor during the absence of the late Kenn Morgan. Vicente attended SUNY College at Buffalo, studying art with a concentration in photography, a medium he practices passionately to this day.

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