Camp-outs and tattoos: The museum of the future is playfully serious — The Sydney Morning Herald

by Linda Morris

A behind-the-scenes peek at collections, public opportunities to help create and dismantle art installations and playful events like overnight campouts – these may mark the direction of museums of the future.

Cultural institutions will increasingly need to deal with questions of health, wellness and civic responsibility – not traditional areas of curatorial expertise – while taking risks, having fun and pushing boundaries, says Scott Stulen, director of Philbrook Museum of Art, in Tulsa, Oklahoma…

Read more at the Sydney Morning Herald

Image courtesy of the Philbrook Museum of Art

April 6, 2019 — 11:29pm

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