ArtRise Projects principal Marnie Burke de Guzman currently serves as audience engagement counsel for curators and producers of prospective grant projects funded by the Pew Center for Arts and Heritage. For the past seven years, she has advised grant recipients for both programs to position audience engagement strategies to achieve desired results. She has reviewed project proposals, analyzed audience engagement components, and provided feedback and counsel to exhibition curators and executive staff at more than 200 Philadelphia regional cultural organizations. In addition, she has taught project planning and marketing workshops for grantees, and with the ArtRise Projects team conducted strategic communications planning with the Center’s executive and program staff.
Marnie Burke de Guzman, Principal—Audience Engagement Counsel
Pew Center for Arts & Heritage
Bill Adair, Director, Exhibitions & Public Interpretation
Bill Bissell, Director, Dance Program
Paula Marincola, Executive Director
Peter Nesbett, Center Research Strategist, Senior Specialist, Exhibitions
Megan Wendell, Associate Director for Communications
Pew Center for Arts & Heritage grantees from the Pig Iron School in Philadelphia initiating a new program for teaching avant-garde theatre, 2011. Image courtesy Pig Iron School.