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Rachel Lewis

Rachel Lewis joined the Brooklyn Museum in 2017 as a member of the ASK team and is currently the Assistant Manager of Visitor Engagement. Working with the curatorial, design, editorial, and education departments, she crafts diverse and engaging experiences for audiences across platforms, with the goal of fostering deeper connections with our collections and exhibitions. She is especially interested in exploring the possible applications of emerging technologies in museums. She has previous experience in research, programming, and content strategy from the Mexico Field Office of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the American Museum of Natural History’s Department of African Ethnology. When not at work, you can find her dancing in a studio, on the sidewalk, on the subway, basically anywhere with enough space for a decent pirouette.

Our collection of decks span a variety of subjects. While some, like "Jewish Ritual Objects" are object focused, others capitalize on small details, like hieroglyphs or hand gestures, to broaden the thematic scope.

Tiny Cards, Big Fun: What Impact?

In 2017 we partnered with educational start-up Duolingo and their new digital platform, Tinycards, to produce fun and educational art history flashcard decks. 2 years,…

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