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The Drawing Center appoints new Staff Director of Development Rebecca Brickman
From 2015 to 2019, Brickman served as Manager of Institutional Giving at MoMA PS1.


NEW YORK, NY.- The Drawing Center announces the appointment of Rebecca Brickman to the post of Director of Development. Brickman will oversee all of The Drawing Center’s fundraising activities and special events, and will spearhead new initiatives and partnerships nationally and internationally.

Laura Hoptman, Executive Director of The Drawing Center, says about the new appointment, “I am thrilled to welcome Rebecca Brickman to The Drawing Center as Director of Development. Rebecca brings a wealth of experience to this crucial senior position. We look forward to envisioning the next chapter of the organization with her, and working together to make that vision a reality.”

Rebecca Brickman is committed to supporting the future of dynamic arts organizations through the implementation of creative fundraising strategies. From 2015 to 2019, Brickman served as Manager of Institutional Giving at MoMA PS1. In this role, she spearheaded the development of new corporate partnerships and managed the museum’s relationships with foundations, securing significant multi-year support for MoMA PS1’s renowned program of exhibitions, events, and performances. Prior to her time at MoMA PS1, Brickman was an account executive at Prentice Art Communications, where she managed media relations, strategic partnerships, and special events for a number of non-profit organizations, galleries, individuals, and brands. Previously, at Alexander and Bonin, Brickman worked directly with artists, helping them realize ambitious new projects and presentations. Brickman holds a BA in Studio Art from Bard College.





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