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MELT Affinity Group Webinar - GRANTS 101

MELT Affinity Group Webinar - GRANTS 101

MELT Webinar with Ann Arnold-Ogden from the Wichita Falls Alliance

Wednesday, September 14, 2022
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM (CDT)

Event Details

Meeting for the Museum Emerging Leaders of Texas (MELT) Affinity Group. 

MELT Webinar Lunch & Learn with Ann Arnold Ogden from the Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture 
Topic: Grants 101

 

Museum Emerging Leaders of Texas (MELT) is a group of museum professionals, archivists, conservationists, and library science professionals who are just out of college and breaking into the career field, are transitioning to the museum field from another career, or who have been in the field for only a few years.  The group offers support and networking opportunities for these professionals through quarterly meetings, webinars and workshops, and an active social media presence.

Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/622271388245782 

Madeleine Calcote, Co-Chair
Executive Director
Museum of North Texas History
720 Indiana Avenue
Wichita Falls, TX 76302
940-322-7628 x 101
Email: director@museumofnorthtexashistory.org

Kayte Ricketts, Co-Chair
Education Coordinator

Bell County Museum

201 N. Main
Belton, TX 76513
254-933-5741
Email: kayte.ricketts@bellcounty.texas.gov


For more information about Affinity Groups and how to join, check out our page here

For More Information:

Madeleine Calcote
Madeleine Calcote
Executive Director Museum of North Texas History, The (281)755-2991

Ann Arnold-Ogden is the Executive Director of The Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture, the designated arts grant-making agency for the City of Wichita Falls since 2016. The organization also facilitates the Regional Museum Network, a cooperative relationship of museums in nine North Texas counties.

Ann’s background in marketing and community development through the arts has enabled her to facilitate major city-wide projects, working collaboratively with the public and private sectors. She has served as a grant panelist for the Texas Commission on the Arts and the City of DeSoto’s Cultural Affairs Commission. 

Ann received a Bachelor of Journalism from the University of Texas at Austin and a Master of Arts & Arts Administration from Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland. 

She describes herself as a wife, mother, arts administrator, casual gardener, and recovering journalist.