Sara Greenberg is a Manager of Adult Programs at the Dallas Museum of Art where she works to engage and build community through participatory experiences with art.
She received her Bachelor of Arts in Art History from the University of Denver, and then went on to earn her Master of Arts in Art History with a focus on early twentieth-century spatial politics and urban design from the University of California, Riverside.
Through her work, she strives to widen accessibility to the Museum and explore how playful and personal interactions with art can enhance well-being.
Sara will be speaking at:
Museums, Health & Wellbeing Summit
Tuesday, 7th February 2023
Creative Care: Art Therapy in Museums
As society has undergone seismic shifts over the past few years due to historic social and political events, we must ask ourselves how the work of museums should evolve to support our communities, particularly those that have been underserved. This presentation will review the development and implementation of an art therapy pilot program produced in collaboration between the Dallas Museum of Art and a Gender-Affirming Support Group, offering key insights and practical takeaways about how museums can strengthen their relationships with marginalised audiences through the lens of well-being and leverage their assets in meaningful and relevant ways.