C R O S S R O A D S - A POINT AT WHICH A CRUCIAL DECISION MUST BE MADE THAT WILL HAVE FAR-REACHING
C R O S S R O A D S – A POINT AT WHICH A CRUCIAL DECISION MUST BE MADE THAT WILL HAVE FAR-REACHING IMPACT.
In Partnership with CallisonRTKL
Thursday, July 2
Join us as we discuss the role of the cultural space with Amy Lewis Hofland, Director, Crow Museum of Asian Art of the University of Texas at Dallas
Join the talk via Microsoft Teams HERE
Director Amy Lewis Hofland leads the Crow Museum of Asian Art in Dallas, Texas, the preeminent museum dedicated to the arts and cultures of Asia in the southern United States. On staff since the museum’s inception in 1998, Hofland’s footprint can be found throughout the museum, including her recruitment and hire of leading Asian art scholars; launching the Crow Museum as the first “wellness museum” in the United States; and molding the museum’s award-winning education programs to emphasize collaboration and collective learning; helping to draw over 100,000 museum visitors a year.
Hofland holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Texas at Austin and a Master of Arts degree in art education from the University of North Texas, where she was part of the distinguished Marcus Fellow program. In addition to her work at the Crow Museum, Hofland is a noted author, speaker, and community leader serving on various board leadership positions in the Dallas-Fort Worth community. She is also working to create Dallas as a City of Compassion and recently formed and co-chairs The Compassion Council for the Dallas Arts District.
About C R O S S R O A D S:
C R O S S R O A D S, in partnership with CRTKL, is a time to celebrate thinkers and their transformational ideas that will impact our lives and the world as we know it. We will also dive deep into how thinking has shifted as change fuels creative and innovative responses to a new frontier. We open each session to all of you, to ask questions and seek further meaning. Learn more.
(Thursday) 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm CST
Virtual - Microsoft Teams