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Scott Sayre Ed.D.

Scott has over fifteen years of experience guiding museums in the selection, development and application of educational and business technologies. He has spoken internationally and provided consultation to a range of museums. In 2002-2003 Scott served as the Art Museum Image Consortium’s (AMICO) Director of Member Services and US Operations. From 1991 - 2002 he was the Director of Media and Technology at The Minneapolis Institute of Arts. There he formed and led the museum’s Interactive Media Group in the development of (1997), the Institute's Website (1993), and sixteen interactive multimedia programs installed throughout the museum's galleries. Scott is the current Chair of the Pachyderm Governance Council. Sayre has also served as the Chair of the American Association of Museums' Media and Technology professional committee. Prior to his work with museums, Sayre held the position of Applications Researcher at the University of Minnesota's Telecommunications Development Center. He has a Doctorate in Education from the University of Minnesota and also holds a M.Ed. in Training and a B.A. in Visual Communications Technology.


Kris Wetterlund

Kris has worked with teachers as an art museum educator for the past sixteen years, in the education department at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and as Director of Education at the Minnesota Museum of American Art. Wetterlund received her degree in art education from the University of Minnesota and is certified as a K-12 Minnesota teacher. She has served as team leader in the St. Paul Public Schools' writing of elementary art curriculum. She also served for ten years as museum education representative on the governing board of Art Educators of Minnesota, the state's professional organization for art teachers. Online art educational resources authored by Wetterlund include the award-winning Get the Picture: Thinking about Photographs. Recently Wetterlund designed and implemented a two-year program to train K-12 teachers throughout Minnesota to use online art museum resources and technology in their classrooms. Wetterlund has provided services for users of the Art Museum Image Consortium (AMICO), advising educators who implement AMICO digital art resources in curriculum and teaching. She has also developed a national plan for delivering the Mellon Foundation’s ARTstor project to K-12 teachers and students as a classroom resource.