This exciting panel introduces five bold stories of innovation and courage from member institutions around the country. Attendees will: discover how a museum expanded a higher-education trend to extend college curricula and services into prisons and underserved communities; learn how a research-university museum and medical school collaborate on the important subject of global-health initiatives, specifically in Africa; hear how a museum of world cultures promoted greater understanding of the culture of drag-queens; and find out how a museum elevated campus dialogue about the #metoo movement through a series of sensitive conversations about sexual assault and harassment.
Moderator: Kristina Durocher, Director, Museum of Art, University of New Hampshire and AAMG Board Member.
Cassandra Mesick Braun, Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas. Medicine, Race: Conversations on Global Health at the Museum
William P. Matt, Deputy Director, Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University. Risk and Reward: MSU Broad Art Museum Expands Off Campus
Olivia Miller, Curator of Exhibitions, University of Arizona Museum of Art, and Chelsea Farrar, Curator of Community Engagement, University of Arizona Museum of Art. Hobby Craft: Practicing Flexibility and Inclusion with Incarcerated Artists
Elizabeth Sutton, Director, Spurlock Museum of World Cultures, University of Illinois. In Her Closet: How to Make a Drag Queen Exhibit