Museums are understood as publicly significant spaces. But rarely are they thought of as public spaces. How do we move beyond museums as white cubes and understand them as active players in a discussion about art, community, culture, and politics? This panel will consider museum grounds as unique places where culture, public space, community, and private interests intersect.
Learn how curators, landscape architects, and public art advocates understand the relationship between art and public spaces.
Review strategies for designing, managing, and extending art into the museum grounds.
Explore interactions that are unique to cultural landscape in our cities.
Gain insight into cultural institutions as a permeable membrane between an institution and the public.