Partner Jemima McCullum has rejoined the Tacoma Art Museum (TAM) Board of Trustees, an organization “near and dear to [her] heart.” She previously served on the Board between 2009 and 2015. Jemima credits her love of Northwest art and a desire to stay current with the arts community as primary motivators that drew her to the position. She expressed that this was the perfect time to jump back into TAM and get plugged back into the art community. Jemima is particularly looking forward to all that Andrew Maus, TAM’s new director, will bring to the museum and regional arts community.
Jemima urges everyone to become a Tacoma Art Museum member and learn about its exciting upcoming plans with Maus at the helm, as well as TAM’s commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, accessibility, and anti-racism. As a Board Member, Jemima looks forward to learning more about what regional artists have been working on over the last few years, reconnecting with Tacoma’s art enthusiasts, and being a part of TAM’s mission and passion for the arts.
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