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August 23, 2018

Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University Adds Three New Staff Members

WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS—The Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University has added three new members to its staff. Anthony DiPietro will join the museum as associate director of administration and operations, Kate McBride as assistant director of communications, and Bess Paupeck as manager of academic and public programs.

“I am excited to welcome Anthony, Kate, and Bess to our team at the Rose,” said Luis Croquer, Henry and Lois Foster Director and Chief Curator. “With the addition of these new staff positions, the museum will have the resources to not only more effectively manage our day-to-day operations, but to focus on programming and outreach initiatives in order to increase our visibility both on campus and amongst the many art lovers in Greater Boston.”

DiPietro comes to the Rose from Healing Abuse, Working for Change, a domestic violence advocacy agency in Salem, Massachusetts, where he served as executive director. Prior to that he was also chief operating officer at West Elmwood Housing Development Corporation and the Institute for the Study and Practice of Nonviolence in Providence, Rhode Island. McBride was previously social media and digital content manager at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, where she built the institution’s social media presence and digital content strategy. Since its founding in 2010, Paupeck has served as program manager of Art @ 29 Garden, Harvard University’s first interdisciplinary curricular artmaking space. Paupeck has produced public programming for the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and other Boston-area arts organizations.

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