Crowley-Bunyard. COURTESY ANDY WARHOLD MUSEUM

The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh has appointed Clark Crowley-Bunyard as its new advancement director. In the role, Crowley-Bunyard will assist with fundraising and furthering the museum’s accessibility and inclusiveness in programming.

Crowley-Bunyard comes to the Warhol from the national after-school program buildON. During his tenure there, Crowley-Bunyard was responsible for raising funds for the the nonprofit’s activities around Boston as well as offering support to similar efforts across the country. Prior to that, Crowley-Bunyard was a regional development director for the YCMA in Boston as well as an education program manager at the Boston Center for Adult Education.

In a statement, Patrick Moore, the Warhol’s director,  said that Crowley-Bunyard’s “achievements as a development professional make him an ideal addition to the museum’s team and to the Pittsburgh community.” Crowley-Bunyard himself took note of how the museum’s “LGBTQ+ programming, accessibility accommodations, and rotating exhibitions showcasing artists of varied ethnicities provides a space for much needed education and exchange during a very divisive time in our country.”