Brooklyn Museum Director Arnold Lehman has announced a series of measures the Museum is undertaking to address the current—and what may likely be ongoing—economic crisis. The measures proposed are conceived so that our public and our visitors can continue to benefit fully from the Museum’s exceptional resources. As valued friends of the Museum, I want to draw your attention to this letter, which is being sent to Museum donors and Members. Arnold’s letter articulates in depth how we will move forward during these challenging times and remain a vibrant destination for all people.
You can also find a message from Arnold on the Web site.
Judith Paska is the Vice Director of Development at the Brooklyn Museum. Judith joined the Brooklyn Museum in 2000 after serving as Senior Development Officer at the Cleveland Museum of Art since 1995. There she managed fundraising, government relations, volunteer initiatives, community relations, and audience development. Prior to her five-year tenure at the Cleveland Museum, Judith served as Director of Development Communications for The Cleveland Play House, a professional regional theater, and President of The Lamb Group, a company specializing in planning and development for not-for-profit clients. She holds a B.A. from The Johns Hopkins University and an M.A. in art history from the University of California at Berkeley, where she completed doctoral-level studies in late 19th- and early 20th-century European art.