Dr. Audrey Hudson was appointed Richard & Elizabeth Currie Chief, Education & Programming in 2020. Audrey joined the AGO in 2017; prior to this new role she was Associate Curator of Schools & Early Childhood Programs. During this time, Audrey has led strategies on school programs, delivered innovative early childhood programs, developed and increased partnerships with Taking ITGlobal, the Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) and the Urban Indigenous Education Centre/Toronto District School Board.
Prior to joining the AGO, Audrey was an Assistant Professor at OCAD University and has been an active Art Educator and programmer for 22 years. She has developed and taught undergraduate and graduate level courses at OCAD University, Ryerson, and University of Toronto. Audrey has been an active mentor in community engagement including working with marginalised women at Sistering/Inspirations. Audrey is a passionate artist, educator and researcher and serves on the Editorial board of the Art Education, Journal of the National Art Education Association. She has published numerous articles on art, social change, and education.
Audrey holds a PhD from University of Toronto (UT) in Curriculum, Teaching and Learning; an MEd from York University and a BFA from OCAD University.
MuseumNext Digital Learning Summit
Tuesday, 19 October 2021
Imagining A New Model for Museum Field Trips
Imagine being able to offer art education to massive audience of students and broaden cultural, geographic, and economic access. Listen to how I developed and implemented a dynamic program that offers museum collections rooted in culturally sustaining pedagogies. I will share the program and open up the floor for questions and think about potential partnerships.
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