Experiments On Public Space When “Public” Becomes A Verb…

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Bringing Experiments on Public Space (EPS) to a close, join us for this panel in which four invited speakers will each present a visual statement on “publicness” of the Museum. The dialogue will focus on current practices in the field as well as individual visions for the future. With Janeil Engelstad, Founder and Director of Make Art with Purpose (M.A.P), Susan Diachisin, The Kelli and Allen Questrom Director for the Center for Creative Connections, members of the DMA/Perot Museum of Nature and Science Teen Advisory Council (TAC), and Noah Simblist, Chair and Associate Professor of Art at SMU.

Experiments on Public (EPS) is a project funded and curated by British artist Eliel Jones that aims to exemplify and animate what it means to be a public museum in the 21st century. You can read more about it here: https://uncrated.wordpress.com/2015/04/02/experiments-on-public-space/

This event is part of Late Nights and is free!

‘The Museum Serves’ presented by Janeil Engelstad, Vice-President and Founding Director of Make Art with Purpose (MAP): http://www.makeartwithpurpose.net

‘The Museum Challenges’ presented by members of the DMA/Perot Museum of Nature and Science Teen Advisory Council (T.A.C).

‘The Museum Listens’ presented by Susan Diachisin, Kelli and Allen Questrom Director of the Center for Creative Connections at the DMA: https://www.dma.org/visit/center-creative-connections

‘The Museum Preserves’ presented by Noah Simblist, Chair and Associate Professor of Art at Southern Methodist University: http://www.noahsimblist.com
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