The University of Tulsa and Gilcrease Museum are pleased to announce that Alison Rossi has been named the museum’s director of learning and community engagement. This position is responsible for leading outreach efforts at Gilcrease to provide innovative participatory learning opportunities for diverse and multi-generational audiences.
Rossi most recently served as a part-time faculty member for Tulsa Community College and Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, California. She previously served as a contributing writer for Art Focus Oklahoma, a museum consultant and director of education at Mingei International Museum in San Diego.
Rossi will be responsible for cultivating a new following for Gilcrease in a changing demographic through the development of public programs, academic programs and interpretive materials for all ages. “Both the museum and The University of Tulsa are dedicated to lifelong learning, and Alison is a great fit for this position,” said Susan Neal, executive director of Gilcrease Museum and HCAR, vice president for public affairs at TU.