Note: This post was part of a series of interviews that Cliff Stevens did while at Culture Spots. We're republishing these videos with some updated STQRY branding as they provide some great insights and it would be a shame to lose these stories.
Today’s video blog is a very special one for many reasons.
First and foremost, to do this video interview, we got to visit the awe-inspiring Barnes Foundation and sit down with their Family and Community Programs Manager, Lynn Berkowitz who is an absolute delight to know and share time with.
Secondly, we got to discuss the amazing mobile audio tour project – for teens, by teens – that we’ve been working on together with The Cultural Alliance‘s STAMP Program. Lynn and her colleagues at The Barnes Foundation have been amazing supporters of this multi-faceted collaboration, and have thrilled us with how enthusiastically they’ve embraced CultureSpots along the way.
To know what I mean, I invite you to watch our brief conversation with Lynn – a true champion for teens and their connection with the arts in the city of Philadelphia.
A heartfelt thank you to Lynn, Deidre and the whole staff at The Barnes, who have been incredibly supportive throughout this wonderful collaboration.