MON-C06: Extroverting the Museum Experience: Implementing New Frameworks for Social/Cultural Engagement
Art institutions looking to expand relevance are creating frameworks for social/cultural engagement by curating their properties as places of cultural interaction with the arts. The session presents three cases where museums are extroverting into parklike settings to strengthen community programming and expand a curatorial vision into the power of landscape.
Health, Safety and Welfare
1. Explore how museums are reaching out to an expanded audience through park-like settings while building their institutional purpose and community impact. 2. Understand how museums are strengthening their community programming, and expanding a curatorial vision into the power of landscape 3. Discuss the role park-like museum settings play on providing socially equitable access to nature as places of cultural interaction with the arts 4. Discover how different museums/designers have created distinct place-based open spaces that celebrate and engage art, while generating much-needed philanthropic revenue streams.
Daniel P. Gottlieb; Scott Jordan, ASLA; Tom Oslund, FASLA; Gary Hilderbrand, FASLA;
American Society of Landscape Architects
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