Milwaukee Art Museum Hires Tim Hapeman as Director of Information Services
Information systems specialist brings more than 20 years of experience to the Museum
Hapeman has more than 20 years of information systems experience in the nonprofit, human services and manufacturing industries, most recently as the Manager of Enterprise Infrastructure at Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin.
“Tim’s background in both for-profit and nonprofit organizations will give us a nice balance of insight that can be applied to the daily operations and support of our systems,” said Mark Zimmerman, Deputy Director of Operations, Milwaukee Art Museum.
The Director of Information Services is responsible for managing and integrating current and new technology that serves both internal operations and visitor experiences at the Museum.
Hapeman officially began his role as Director of Information Services at the Milwaukee Art Museum October 29, 2018.
About the Milwaukee Art Museum
Home to a rich collection of more than 30,000 works of art, the Milwaukee Art Museum is located on the shores of Lake Michigan. Its campus includes the Santiago Calatrava–designed Quadracci Pavilion, annually showcasing three feature exhibitions, and the Eero Saarinen–designed Milwaukee County War Memorial Center and David Kahler‒designed addition. In 2016, after a yearlong renovation, the Museum reopened its Collection Galleries, debuting nearly 2,500 world-class works of art within dramatically transformed galleries and a new lakefront addition. This reimagined space also allows for the presentation of additional changing exhibitions. For more information, please visit: mam.org.
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