Posts Tagged: planning

Guest Blogger Randi Korn: Intentional Planning at the ICA

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Whenever I receive an invitation to work with an arts organization in my home state (I live and work in Alexandria), it is nearly impossible to turn down. I am so excited about having a new contemporary arts organization close by, that when longtime colleague Johanna Plummer, Curator of Education and Engagement, called to gauge… Read more »

Impact Planning: Letter from Lisa Freiman and Johanna Plummer

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Dear ICA Supporters and Friends, After many months of intensive conversations, we are thrilled to share our new mission and impact statements with you: MISSION: (what the ICA will do) The Institute for Contemporary Art (ICA) at Virginia Commonwealth University presents the art of our time and provides an open forum for dialogue and collaboration across the… Read more »

Developing Signage for the ICA

One of the many things we’re working on right now is the look of the signage system or “wayfinding.” Luckily we have a resident expert: Sandy Wheeler, an alumna, and faculty member in the VCUarts Graphic Design department. Sandy has extensive experience working on museum signage, having worked with the Smithsonian and many other arts organizations. She’s put… Read more »