Gilbert, Christine M.
01 August 2002
This detailed report of a development internship at The Ogden Museum of Southern Art, University of New Orleans, includes an organization profile, a description of the activities performed during the internship, an analysis of an organizational management challenge, a proposed resolution to the management challenge, and a discussion of the short and long range effects of the internship. The roles and responsibilities of a board of directors, and the qualities sought in board members, are important aspects of the analysis and resolution of the management challenge.
01 May 2001
The Ogden Musewn of Southern Art was created in 1994 when Roger Ogden, offered his world-class collection of Southern art valued at $13 million to The University of New Orleans provided that it could be housed in an approximate facility. Roger Ogden's initial donation was of 600 works dating from the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. Ogden stated the reason behind his donation, "I realized that the collection could not remain the responsibility of one individual or family, but that it should belong to the public. I knew that it was incumbent on me to make plans for its placement as a whole."
Saylor, Cynthia L.
01 December 1996
This internship report describes my experiences and impressions while working with The Ogden Museum of Southern Art (OMSA). The OMSA will be a museum devoted to the visual arts heritage of the American South. The museum is scheduled to open in 1998. At the time of my internship the OMSA was in the middle of a capital campaign to raise the necessary funds to house and endow the collection. My internship consisted of planning and implementing an educational program. The event introduced the new director to the various groups that are cooperating to make the OMSA a reality.
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