Thursday, November 7 - 11:00 am to 12:15 pm
John Dalrymple, Director, Strategic Initiatives at Canada’s National Ballet School and Reagan Zuzarte, President, Triangles
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Director, Strategic Initiatives at Canada’s National Ballet School
Innovative Fundraising: An update
John Dalrymple is currently the Director, Strategic Initiatives at Canada’s National Ballet School and was recently a Professor at Centennial College in the School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culture. From 2001 – 2010 John was on the management team of the Textile Museum of Canada, holding the positions of Project Manager, Web Designer, Development Manager, Director of Development and Acting Executive Director. During his tenure there John played a leadership role in the advancement of the Museum’s digitization and new media/Web programming, as well as growing and formalizing the institution’s fundraising activities. He earned a Specialized Honours B.A. in Anthropology from York University in 1998 and a Masters of Museum Studies degree from the University of Toronto in 2001. John has conducted anthropological and archaeological fieldwork in Belize, Peru and Canada and has published works on museology in a number of academic and arts based publications. John’s work has been recognized through awards from the Canadian Museums Association, American Association of Museums and the Ontario Association of Art Galleries.