Pabón Is New District 202 Transitional Director
Angelines Pabón is the new Transitional Director of District 202, replacing Interim Director Alex Nelson. Pabón will be responsible for managing everyday operations at the center, as well as facilitating a wholly for-youth and by-youth experience. She has an impressive background in leadership empowerment and involvement throughout the country. She began working in the Philadelphia School District, where her many positions provided her with necessary skills in fund-raising, community development, and youth empowerment. “I’m excited about the possibilities that this position offers, and I look forward to working with youth, the entire GLBT community, and the larger stakeholders within the Twin Cities,” Pabón said.
1601 Nicollet Ave., Mpls.
Little Is New MIA Curator of Photographs
David E. Little is the new Curator of Photographs and Head of the Department of Photographs at the Minneapolis Institute of the Arts (MIA). Having worked with a number of noted artists and photographers, he lends his expertise to the already extraordinary talent at the institute. Making his way to Minneapolis by way of New York, he has built up quite a set of credentials. He most recently served as Associate Director at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Previously, he held positions at the Museum of Modern Art and at Columbia University as a Visiting Scholar. He will bring a mix of innovation as well as scholarly and administrative experience to the MIA. The Department of Photographs, founded in 1972, houses more than 11,000 photographs from more than a thousand different artists. MIA is regarded as having one of the finest encyclopedic art collections in the nation.
Minneapolis Institute of Arts
2400 3rd. Ave. S., Mpls.