AGNS announces new Director of Development




The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia is pleased to announce the appointment of Bernard Doucet as the Gallery's new Director of Development. Mr. Doucet brings a diverse background from both the private and public sectors including the Parliament of Canada as well as the retail and corporate international sectors of the Scotiabank Group. Most recently
Mr. Doucet was Account Director at Arts & Communications, one of Canada's leading boutique cultural sponsorship marketing agencies. His experience gives the AGNS a national perspective on cultural sponsorship as well as private and corporate philanthropy in the visual arts. Mr. Doucet holds a Bachelor of Arts from McMaster University and
an MBA from Dalhousie University. Mr. Doucet will work to enhance the Gallery's fund development initiatives.
 
Ray Cronin, Director and CEO notes," Bernard brings experience, talent, enthusiasm and a passion for the arts. I look forward to working with him as we strive to keep the AGNS economically viable and strong. These are challenging times however I believe that Bernard will be very successful at helping to solidify the AGNS and help make it continue to be one of the great art museums in Canada."
 
Alice MacCarron, AGNS Board Member and Chair of the AGNS Development Committee notes, "I am thrilled to have Bernard working at the AGNS. I believe that he brings new energy to the Gallery and will be a key component of its future successes. On behalf of the Development Committee, we welcome him back to Nova Scotia and look forward to
working with him."
 
Mr. Doucet's employment began March 9, 2009.
 
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