Philadelphia Inquirer Interviews Museum Leadership Director Danielle Rice
August 29, 2013 —
Philadelphia Inquirer Culture Writer Stephan Salisbury interviewed our new Museum Leadership Program Director Dr. Danielle Rice for a cover story featured in the newspaper's magazine section. In this wonderful article, Dr. Rice explains how her past career experiences will shape her approach to the program's curriculum.
"When Danielle Rice was appointed executive director of the Delaware Art Museum in 2005, she says she embraced the job because of 'the challenge.' After 19 years as head of educational programs at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the last eight years as associate director of programs under museum director Anne d'Harnoncourt, Rice was eager to strike out on her own..."
Click here to read more of Stephan Salisbury's article at Philly.com
Delaware Art Museum Executive Director Dr. Danielle Rice was appointed director of the new museum leadership graduate degree program at Drexel University’s Westphal College of Media Arts & Design in August. The program will launch in September 2013. With more than 25 years of experience in designing and implementing innovative new programs to communicate art to the public, Rice brings a wealth of qualifications as a distinguished advocate for arts education with enormous experience in all aspects of museum management.
Click here for more information on Drexel's Museum Leadership graduate program.