Coming soon: RFP for Technology Consultant, Art Museum

The Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University will soon issue an RFP for a consultant to help the museum plan for technological expansion and innovation over the next five years. The goal is to enact a consistent, museum-wide approach to digital initiatives, with all departments working together to implement technology in thoughtful, progressive and cost-effective ways. The consultant will write a report providing a high-level, independent, comprehensive assessment of the museum’s use of technology, recommend technology staffing, make strategic and tactical recommendations, create a budget and timeline for those recommendations, assist with the formation of a new museumwide technology task force and deliver a presentation to senior management.

Interested? Contact Wendy Hower at

The next step is an invitation from Wendy Hower to join Scout and have access to the full RFP with the ability to ask questions and apply.

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About WendyHower

Wendy Hower is Director of Engagement and Marketing at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University. She is part of the museum’s leadership team and supervisor of the marketing and visitor services departments. She is responsible for the museum’s overall communications strategy and leads project-based teams involving curatorial, development, membership and visitor services staff. Wendy has been with the Nasher Museum for 13 years, since just before the new building opened. She serves as staff writer, public information officer and point person for news media. Before joining the Nasher, she was a print journalist for 15 years at newspapers in Boston, Alaska and North Carolina. Most recently, she was a staff writer, copyeditor and family outing columnist at The (Raleigh) News and Observer. She has two big kids, a chocolate Lab and two cats. rnrn