Speaker: Dana Mitroff Silvers
April 13-17, 2010
Denver, Colorado, USA

Speakers: Biography

Dana Mitroff Silvers

Head of Online Services
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Publications, Graphic Design, & Web
151 Third Street
San Francisco CA
94103 USA

Dana Mitroff Silvers is the Head of Online Services at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. For over twelve years, she has worked on the design, development, and production of large-scale educational websites, including sites for the UC Berkeley Interactive University project and Computer Curriculum Corporation. She led the multi-year redesign of sfmoma.org, and oversees all aspects of the public-facing SFMOMA website. Dana is on the international program committee of Museums and the Web, and is a frequent presenter and moderator at the annual Museums and the Web conference. She has also presented at the annual conferences of the Museum Computer Network, IMLS Web Wise, and the American Association of Museums. She is a past board member of the Museum Computer Network, where she directed the redesign of the MCN website. She has taught and lectured at both the undergraduate and graduate-level for numerous local institutions, including the University of San Francisco, JFK University, Cal State Monterey Bay, and San Francisco City College. Dana holds an MA in art history from the University of Chicago and a BA from the University of Southern California.

Dana will present Tales of the Unexpected: A Pragmatic and Candid View of Life Post-Launch. [Mini-Workshop]
Dana will present Play at Work: Applying Agile Methods to Museum Web Site Development. [Interaction]