In a tumultuous time when our nation and the art world are confronted with a moral responsibility to advocate for equity and social justice, museums around the country must adapt to serve our communities. Is it enough for them to be places to exhibit thought-provoking artwork, or should museums more vigorously strive to engage the public and take an active stance on social issues?
Join for a virtual conversation with Laura Hughes of Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, Anne Pasternak of Brooklyn Museum, Franklin Sirmans of Pérez Art Museum Miami and Chana Budgazad Sheldon of Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, moderated by Bahia Ramos of Wallace Foundation. Free and open to all. Kindly register to receive the Zoom link.