Emily Crum is a passionate museum educator who strives to ensure museum spaces are innovative, accessible, and serving the public at large. Emily is most passionate about exposing all audiences to art and culture through facilitating multi-sensory experiences with lasting impact.
She holds dual Master’s degrees in Arts Administration and Policy & Modern and Contemporary Art History from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
She also holds a Bachelor’s degree with Honors in The History of Art and Architecture with an emphasis in Museum Studies from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Emily has a wide array of experiences from holding positions in several museums, the government, and more.
Currently, she is a Museum Educator at the National Liberty Museum (NLM) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where she works with a team of educators to teach civics to over 20 Philadelphia-area schools and deliver robust education programs to the NLM’s audience.
Speaking at Culture Geek Conference
Tuesday 15th June 2021
Session: Lightening Talks
Seven quick fire presentations from around the world.
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