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Katie Sue Sisneros F'17

Katie Sue Sisneros

Content Analyst
Minneapolis Institute of Art
last updated: 10/27/17

Public Fellows 2017
English Literature
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Appointed as Content Analyst, Minneapolis Institute of Art

The Minneapolis Institute of Art enriches the community by collecting, preserving, and making accessible outstanding works of art from the world’s diverse cultures. Mia is the upper Midwest’s premier encyclopedic art museum, with more than 90,000 works of art in our permanent collection, reflective of 20,000 years of human creativity. Central to the museum’s values is a fundamental belief in accessibility, that opportunities to connect and engage with art should be available to all. The Content Analyst will support the development of new approaches to collections-focused content creation and delivery. Under the direction of the Content Strategist within the Curatorial Division, the Content Analyst will analyze emerging trends in digital-age content development and delivery both within and beyond the museum field and work closely with curatorial departments and Mia’s divisions of Learning Innovation, Media and Technology, and Audience Engagement to propose and create new forms of content. These forms will include, but are not limited to: audio, video, digital storytelling, and digital publishing.