Adult Learning and Engagement Manager
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
Mark Osterman is an artist and museum education specialist. Mr. Osterman has a Doctor of Education with a research focus in arts, literacy, and technology. He has taught at Miami Dade College, facilitated specialized workshops in art educational theory and practice for the University of Miami, The Lowe Art Museum, and The Wolfsonian-FIU. He has presented nationally on technology in museums and art educational theory and research studies, and has published work in the Journal of Museum Education and the Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia amongst others. Mr. Osterman has worked for The Brooklyn Museum of Art, The Museum of Art and Design, The Wolfsonian-FIU, and currently Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. His museum work has focused on strategic thinking, interpretive technology initiatives, curriculum development, and developing evaluation and assessment tools related to museum practice. Mr. Osterman has volunteered professionally by serving as AAM’s EdCom Conference Committee Chair, a member of AAM’s National Program Committee, a judge for AAM’s Award for Innovation in Museum Education, a Member of the Museum Education Division Peers Initiative of the NAEA and as a Grant Reviewer & Panelist for Miami-Dade Department of Cultural Affairs.
Mark Osterman lives in Miami Beach, Florida.
Monday, May 20
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM