Adam Reed Rozan is Director of Audience Engagement at the Worcester Art Museum in Massachusetts.
An indefatigable advocate for visitors, Adam is part of a movement to revolutionize the museum visit. In his role at the Worcester Art Museum, he manages education, studio classes, marketing, design, and visitor services, and is helping lead this century-old institution into the future through innovative programming.
He holds a Master of Liberal Arts degree in Museum Studies from Harvard University Extension School, where he now teaches as an Adjunct Professor of Museum Studies.
The Audience Engagement Division team at Worcester Art Museum focuses on attracting and retaining diverse audiences to the museum through the creation of fresh programming, expanded museum promotion and deepening the museum’s connection to the community and beyond.
Adam has held audience engagement, marketing, public relations, teaching and programming positions at Harvard University Art Museums, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Children’s Museum, Boston Public Library and Oakland Museum of California.
He has consulted widely on the topics of social media and audience engagement and has written numerous articles for HuffingtonPost.com and Warholian.com, among others, as well as speaking at museum conferences globally, including the 2012 edition of the Museum Ideas conference in London. We are looking forward to welcoming Adam back as a speaker at Museum Ideas 2017.
Adam joins an international line-up of speakers from Asia, Africa, South America, North America and Europe at Museum Ideas 2017 in London.
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