William Crow, Adjunct Faculty
William Crow is Senior Museum Educator, School and Teacher Programs, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. He recently co-authored the American Association of Museums publication Unbound by Place or Time: Museums and Online Learning with Dr. Herminia Din and has spoken nationally and internationally on the topic of museum education and media. Before his appointment as museum educator, Mr. Crow served as a lecturer for student, family, and teacher programs at the Metropolitan, and also was a high school teacher at the Delbarton School (New Jersey) where he taught art history and studio art. He has taught for ten years as assistant professor of graduate studies in the M.A. Program in Media Studies at The New School, specializing in courses that examine the role of media in culture. As a practicing visual artist, he has exhibited his work internationally, including a solo exhibition at White Columns in New York City and a long-term residency for the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. He holds a B.A. in romance languages and art from Wake Forest University (NC) an M.F.A. in painting from The City University of New York/Hunter College, an M.S.Ed. in museum education leadership from Bank Street College, and is currently a Ph.D. candidate in cognitive studies and intelligent technologies at Columbia University.