Julie Bevan: "Honouring & Amplifying Interconnections: How Museum London Will Meet This Moment"

March 9, 2023 at 4:00pm

How can art and heritage museums become spaces of belonging, imagination, and transformation in our communities? Join us for an afternoon visit with Julie Bevan, the new Executive Director of Museum London, as she explores new futures for museums in the London region and beyond.

Julie Bevan: "Honouring & Amplifying Interconnections: How Museum London Will Meet This Moment"
9 March 2022, 4PM
Weldon Library, Room 258

Julie's talk will take place as a hybrid event: you can join us in-person at Western University or online via Zoom! It's free to register, though onsite seating is limited. Reserve your spot!

Julie Bevan is a passionate leader and a believer in museums as places of belonging, imagination, and transformation. In 2022 she joined Museum London as Executive Director.

Before coming to London, Ontario, Julie spent over a decade in Nanaimo, BC, on Snuneymuxw territory, where she served in roles at the City of Nanaimo and Nanaimo Art Gallery, collaborating with artists and creative teams to realize contemporary art projects and learning programs, revitalizing cultural spaces, and building organizational capacity and community. She has served in positions at Glenbow Museum (Calgary), Belkin Art Gallery (Vancouver), and the National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa), and has been involved with Canadian Art Museums Director's Organization, BC Museums Association, and others, as part of a commitment to learning, mentorship, and contributing to a thriving sector.

Julie holds a BA Honours from Carleton University in Art History (2004) and a MA in Critical and Curatorial Studies from the University of British Columbia (2006) and was a fellow at the Getty Leadership Institute (2017). She is raising two children with her partner Chad.

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Authors & Presenters

Julie Bevan

Julie Bevan is the Executive Director of Museum London

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