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Juliette Fritsch

Chief of Education & Interpretation
Peabody Essex Museum
Museum and historic environment learning and interpretation professional; over 15 years in the field working for complex, high profile organisations. Directing education and interpretation strategy embedded through the Peabody Essex Museum, working closely with curators, designers and artists to deliver exciting, beautiful, informative and imaginative galleries and associated education programmes. Strong record in evidence-based strategic learning and interpretation development underpinned by robust visitor research and evaluation. Proven experience forming, developing and leading the team of gallery educators during the recent major redevelopment and re-emergence of the UK’s national museum of art and design, the Victoria and Albert museum. Guest lecturer on several Museum Studies Masters degrees and international museology seminars. Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts (FRSA) and a member of the Peer Review College for the UK’s Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) http://www.ahrc.ac.uk/Peer-Review-College/The-College/Membership-list/Pages/default.aspx. Awarded PhD from the faculty of Culture and Pedagogy, Institute of Education, University of London; editor of Museum Gallery Interpretation and Material Culture (Routledge, February 2011). Board member for Hamilton Hall, national historic-registered building in Salem, MA, and grant reviewer for IMLS (Institute for Museum and Library Services).

My Speakers Sessions

Tuesday, March 11
 

9:30am