Partnership Spotlight: Mapping identity with The Leadership Project

In Fall 2020, the Block’s Engagement Department was proud to continue its years-long history of collaboration with Evanston’s Y.O.U. (Youth & Opportunity United), a youth development agency that provides services and leadership to meet the emerging needs of young people and their families in our community. We partnered with the organization’s high school program The […]

“Caravans of Gold” offers rich opportunities for education

The Block Museum of Art is thrilled to partner with Northwestern’s Program of African Studies (PAS) on the exhibition Caravans of Gold, Fragments in Time.  A particular focus of the partnership has been the creation of an education program to accompany the curriculum. Amy Settergren, Outreach Coordinator of the Program of African Studies discusses the planning: […]

Block Alumni Update: Claire Kissinger on Cultivating Museum Engagement

As a teaching and learning museum for Northwestern University, we have the opportunity to partner with students throughout the school for internships, jobs, and classes. Earlier this month we received an update from one of our recent alumni, Claire Kissinger (WCAS ’15),  letting us know she was currently working as a museum educator in New York City. […]