Aletheia Wittman - The Incluseum

December 4, 2019
1:30 p.m.
Reception Room, Spencer Museum of Art

Aletheia Wittman is the Collections Interpreter for the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture in Seattle, WA. Aletheia has a Master of Arts in Museology from the University of Washington, where she researched emerging curatorial practices and their relationship with social justice. Over the last several years, Wittman has developed exhibits and public programs for the Seattle Architecture Foundation.  She is on the advisory team for MASS Action with the Minneapolis Institute of Art and is a chair for the American Alliance of Museums Diversity Committee. Wittman also co-founded and coordinates The Incluseum, a project that advances new ways of being a museum through community building and collaborative practices focused on inclusion in museums.


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